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This Bengaluru start-up makes propulsion systems for ISRO. This is their awesome story

We speak to Yashas Karanam to learn more about Bellatrix Aerospace, a start-up that produces efficient propulsion systems for the likes of ISRO

 

Published on 21st February 2020
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UMass researchers' device can generate electricity out of thin air. Here's how  

According to Derek Lovely, another co-author of the study from UMass Amherst, the device has significant advantages over other forms of renewable energy including solar and wind

Published on 18th February 2020
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Government school medical aspirants left in the lurch, as NEET coaching yet to re-start

Government school teachers were engaged in 'election duty', disabling them from continuing the classes. The students have so far received training for only a little over 3 months, in total

Published on 23rd January 2020
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RSS-affiliated professors were promoting violence to break our movement: JNUSU Prez Aishe Ghosh

JNUSU Vice President Saket Moon said the students body called up the police for two hours but did not get any help

Published on 6th January 2020
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How this WCC student channelled her Asperger’s to make it to The New York Times

Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at 16, and unable to speak English, Betsy Jenifer never imagined her works would feature in magazines and newspapers around the world four years later

Published on 27th December 2019
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Aqua efficiency: IIT Guwahati researchers develop improved ways to generate electricity in households 

The researchers of IIT Guwahati employed the nanoscale phenomenon called 'electrokinetic streaming potential' to harvest energy from flowing water and stagnant water on a small-scale

Published on 30th December 2019
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These women walked through Kochi's streets breaking government's 'night walk' deadline

These women say that their goal was to send out a message that women can go out whenever they want

Published on 30th December 2019
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How the BJP went from honouring Tipu's memory to clamouring for his ouster from textbooks in 8 years

Historians and educationists in Karnataka opine that the government should not interfere in academic perspectives and consider the report submitted by the Karnataka Text Book Society 

Published on 12th December 2019
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Meet Anandi, who overcame suicidal tendencies to become Erode's only female auto driver 

A typical day for Anandi revolves around jibes and insults from fellow auto drivers, but that does not stop her from doing her trade. She dreams of the day women will be at par with men

Published on 29th November 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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Why Gitanjali JB wants to put the soul and spirituality back in Indian education

Born in Balasore, Gitanjali JB, Founding Member and CEO of Himalayan Institute of Alternatives, Ladakh, is a multi-hyphenate who is an educationist, entrepreneur, a black belt in karate and more

Published on 15th October 2019
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In Guinness attempt, girl rides bicycle for three kilometres blindfolded on Gandhi Jayanthi

Not only does she ride the bicycle blindfolded, but the 11-year-old also surprises her neighbours by painting, colouring and playing chess all the while being blindfolded

Published on 3rd October 2019
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This 9-year-old from Erode can find any place you name on the globe in seconds

SK Akatheesh, a nine-year-old from Erode bagged a place in the Indian Book of Records for his remarkable knowledge in Geography

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Facebook buys start-up working to command computers using thought instead of taps, swipes

The wristband will translate impulses into signals a device can comprehend, having thoughts rather than mouse clicks or button presses prompt actions on computers

Published on 24th September 2019
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These students from an Arts college in Chennai just built their own robot, called SARA!

SARA - Shasun’s Adaptive Robotic Assistant - is six feet tall and can answer most of your questions. And no, it wasn't built by engineers

Published on 23rd September 2019

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