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Divij Bajaj, Founder of Power Gummies, tells us about his product range and how he is revolutionising India's nutraceutical market — in a way that isn't capsuley or look like a mainstream medicine
MP Margani Bharat credited the state government's Nadu-Nedu programme for bringing about a 'revolutionary change in the education system within one year'
In today's #TBT, we recollect the theory of evolution by natural selection that has been drilled into us since school and also tell you about not just Charles Darwin, but also his famous grandfather
With their motto 'Play a game, get a job', these two youngsters are looking to revolutionise the recruitment process by introducing games that assess your various abilities in a more defined manner
Modern human brain originated 1.7 million years ago in Africa, find University of Zurich researchers
The team used computed tomography to examine the skulls of Homo fossils that lived in Africa, Georgia and the Java in Indonesia 1 to 2 million years ago
In today's #TBT, we ask you, do you remember the time when two revolutionaries bombed the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi? The intention was not to harm, but to be heard. And boy, did they hear
Abhimanyu Kukreja's documentary on the evolution of rock music in India, titled Rockumentary, is an encyclopaedia of information on India's rock music history
The Siberia-based lab said in a statement that the aim of the project was to identify paleoviruses and conduct advanced research into virus evolution
This SRM student's start-up is 'kreating' 3D printers at a fraction of the cost. Here's why they're awesome!
We speak to Anurag Atulya, founder of Chennai-based Kreator 3D, a start-up that's set to revolutionise India's 3D printing game
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will bury a time capsule, recording the evolution of the varsity over the last 100 years of its existence on Republic Day
These selections enable new platforms for exploring cosmic phenomena such as galaxy evolution, exoplanets, high-energy neutrinos, and neutron star mergers
A randomised controlled trial found that children learn about evolution more effectively when engaged through stories read by the teacher, than through doing tasks to demonstrate the same concept
Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Higher Education Dr Ashwathnarayan called it a revolutionary step in the teaching and learning process in higher education in the country
The question reads: "Jihad is an example of what type of terrorism?" with options "Religious, Revolutionery, Political, State-Sponsored"
Meet Yakub Koyyur, a Karnataka Government School Teacher whose Maths lab is powering the dreams of rural students
Visual models can make the difference between mugging up the answer to a problem and understanding how it actually works. Yakub Koyyur, who has set up a revolutionary Maths Lab in a government school
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