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KidsWhoKode is empowering kids through coding that can help build various devices. Here's how

Shweta Mukesh, Founder of KidsWhoKode speaks about what goes into teaching coding and software languages to school kids 

Published on 4th December 2019
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Is gaming beneficial or has it come to a dead-end? Here's why we should provide youngsters with alternatives

What kind of alternatives could we give to our students, so that they don’t become addicted to smartphone gaming? Let's find out more

Published on 30th November 2019
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These profs from Udupi are teaching kids about solar eclipses. Here's why

Retired Professor A P Bhat and young lecturer Atul  Bhat from Poorna Prajna College in Udupi are on a journey to create awareness about the Annular Solar Eclipse which will occur on December 26, 2019

Published on 22nd November 2019
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Manipuri girl Licypriya Kangujam is India's youngest climate warrior — what are we doing?

Forget Great Thunberg. Meet Manipuri girl Licypriya Kangujam who dropped out of school and is on an endless campaign to clean the environment up, deter climate change and make the world a better place

Published on 20th November 2019
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These Chennai school kids created a satellite that plug holes in the ozone layer

We talk to T Mohamed Nadhim who was part of the duo that created a cool satellite model that they believe can literally undo the damage done to the ozone layer!

Published on 11th November 2019
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Infosys Science Foundation announces winners of Infosys Prize 2019

Six people were chosen for the Infosys Prize 2019 out of 196 nominations by the panel of jurors

Published on 7th November 2019
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This pre-degree dropout from Alappuzha is a master of devices that can help through disasters

Rishikesh CS speaks about how he mastered technology on his own and used it to help people survive the worst circumstances

Published on 30th October 2019
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This James Dyson Award recipient has invented a pen that caters to those with special needs

Ashwathy Satheesan, a designer from Ahmedabad, has conjured up a pen that can help those plagued with Parkinson’s to write just like anybody else!

Published on 30th October 2019
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Meet the Bionic Man who's a ray of hope for people with disabilities

Despite being a double amputee himself, Hugh Herr breakthrough advances in bionic limbs provide greater mobility and new hope to those with physical disabilities

Published on 29th October 2019
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IIT Madras faculty creates novel applications for AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning to solve engineering problems

Researchers will set up a start-up ‘AISoft,’ nearly million-fold faster than its peers in the field, to develop solutions to engineering problems in varied fields such as semiconductors, automobile

Published on 28th October 2019
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This ex-IIT researcher's nanosatellite telescope can get better photos of space and is cheaper

The new technology could revolutionise the economics and imagery available from space-based cameras and even Earth-based telescopes

Published on 21st October 2019
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Meet Pepe, the robot that's getting kids in a Kerala Govt School to wash their hands

Developed by Amrita University's Research Centre, Pepe is green in colour, has an animated mouth and eyes that move to give a sense to the kids that they are being watched

Published on 19th October 2019
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Now, you can study AI at the world's first-ever graduate level, research-based AI university in Abu Dhabi

Over the next decade, AI is set to have a transformational impact on the global economy, with experts estimating that, by 2030, AI could contribute nearly $16 trillion to the global economy

Published on 17th October 2019
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First-of-its-kind novel nano-guitar string that plays on its own created by UK researchers

Just as a guitar string vibrates when it is plucked, the wire vibrates when it is forced into motion by an oscillating voltage

Published on 15th October 2019
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Vedas not property of RSS: Why CPI is conducting a seminar on Upanishads in Kerala

The CPI says that talking about Vedas or Puranas is not something new to the Leftists and the seminar is the way to bring the real Vedic Age to the forefront

Published on 11th October 2019

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