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Issue 38


Saurabh and Nidhi with their innovation

Saurabh and Nidhi have created a device for real-time detection of mosquito species and gender and informing authorities about an outbreak before it happens Mosquitoes are arguably one of the deadliest animals in the world. According to the World Health Information, ‘Their ability to carry and spread the disease to humans causes millions of deaths …

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A story about three women who are pioneering the vertical farming industry by employing the differently-abled. Successful employment remains a critical issue for people with disabilities; only 1 in 3 people with disabilities are employed in the United States. Often, when people with disabilities are employed, it is in entry-level positions with little room for …

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Vivek Justus from Kanyakumari has invented an auto rescue system to ensure that lives are not lost due to delay in rescue efforts  Just like any other restless evening, Vivek Justus was planning to spend this one in the company of friends, catching up, sharing stories, and having fun. But, an unexpected call from one …

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Rates of mental health issues like depression and anxiety amongst kids have increased dramatically in the last decade. As per the National Mental Health Survey of India, nearly 9.8 million young (aged 13-17) Indians need active intervention to prevent mental health and behavioral issues. Despite the unnerving numbers, most authorities decided to turn a blind …

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Let’s address the elephant in the room right away. Jawwad Patel, a 25-year-old based out of Hyderabad is not your ordinary 25-year-old. Jawwad Patel is an Indian Inventor, Scientist and Social Innovator, He is the recipient of National Award Excellence in Research and Innovation from Government of India – The Highest Civilian Award for Youth …

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It is again that dreaded time of the year where many parts of India are experiencing heavy downpour, leading to fatal floods. Most parts of India are trying to limp back to normalcy after the elongated monsoon season. 50 million people have suffered due to floods alone in the past two decades. The high population …

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Access to education is an individual’s inherent right. It is considered a human right. It builds personality, teaches the value and helps an individual to gauge the world around them. One’s education should be adaptable, accessible and acceptable. However, education and access to knowledge is still a privilege of elites in some developing countries.  Let’s …

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According to the medical journal The Lancet – as featured in an article in Bloomberg – Coal provides roughly 70 percent of India’s electrical energy needs, even as 1.24 million citizens die annually as a result of the country’s choking smog. According to Greenpeace and Air Visual, 7 of the world’s top 10 cities with …

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