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ACT on this: How internet baron Sunder Raju is planning to re-engineer India's students

Sunder Raju, Chairman of ACT Fibernet speaks about their upcoming Atria University and how it'll be a game-changer for aspiring students and the education sector 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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DST's brand new Prayas Shala at IIT Hyderabad is a paradise for innovators. Here's why

Entrepreneurs and innovators can churn out wood-based, glass-based and acrylic-based prototypes with the help of the equipment at this Maker's Lab  
 

Published on 14th December 2019
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Egyptian mummy speaks again after 3,000 years after scientists develop 3D print of his intact vocal chords

The researchers, including those from the University of London in the UK, believe the Egyptian mummy, Nesyamun, lived during the politically volatile reign of pharaoh Ramses XI

Published on 24th January 2020
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Ever heard of an Ink Lab? Pune's PVG's College just got one step closer to getting their students 'inked' in style

PVG's College of Technology in Pune established an Ink Lab recently. We find out about how this lab will help, the state of the print industry and the scope for students who are studying print tech

Published on 24th April 2017
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Find the flare for robotics in you with these kits by Hyderabad's Jay Robotix

Their labs are currently present in Narayana Group of Educational Institutions, Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society, Sri Gayatri e Techno Schools and more 

Published on 25th November 2019
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From facial recognition to 3D printing, everything that went into Mahatma Gandhi's two-sided bust in South Africa

A two-sided bust of Mahatma Gandhi, conceptualised and designed by Birad Rajaram Yajnik and team, was installed at the iconic Pietermaritzburg railway station in South Africa recently

Published on 27th September 2018
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How Maker's Asylum has grown from a garage innovation zone to India's DIY heaven

Located in Andheri’s industrial district in Mumbai, Maker’s Asylum was founded by Vaibhav Chhabra six years ago in 2013

Published on 28th October 2019
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How the free flow of 3D guns could worsen the 'epidemic of armed violence' in the US

Now even guns are made using 3D technology and this has become a hot topic of public discourse

Published on 6th August 2018
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How this start-up run by IIT Madras alums is going to 3D print your next house

Incidentally, though they didn't start off wanting to print houses, the co-founders were very excited about 3D printing as a concept

Published on 31st October 2018
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Intechgrator Lab is here to boost innovation all across Odisha. Check it out

In the future, Intechgrator Lab wants to also help government schools of the coastal state with teacher training for the labs. This way, they will not just be helping the students of the school

Published on 21st February 2020
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JNU prof develops Braille model to help teach visually-challenged students chemistry

The lock-and-key model for teaching chemistry was created using 3D printing technology with biodegradable polymers

Published on 5th December 2019
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Kochi colleges reject robotics, hell-bent on traditional engineering curriculum  

Every change is being torpedoed. We can manage political opposition from outside, but what if the changes are resisted from within, says a prof who thinks changes are important

Published on 4th July 2018
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Kochi engineering student Paul George built his own 3D printer from scratch — and it cost him just 70k

Paul George, a third year mechanical engineering student of Rajagiri Engineering College conceptualized, designed and put together a 3D printer all by himself — and it works great

Published on 13th June 2017
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New technique brings 3D printed human hearts closer to reality

The method, described in the journal Science, can allow anyone to 3D bioprint tissue scaffolds out of collagen, the major structural protein in the human body, the researchers said

Published on 2nd August 2019
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No more low employment potential disciplines from 2020-21, says AICTE

In a bid to bridge the gap between industry requirements and courses imparted at engineering institutes, the AICTE has initiated several steps, including compulsory internship for students

Published on 15th July 2019

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