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275 million metric tons is the amount of plastic waste generated every year worldwide! With our forever growing demands,the amount of non- biodegradable waste generated every year in increasing in multiple folds. This improper waste management leads to various serious issues like pollution, global warming, etc which consequently hamper our growth by causing other problems …

Her incredible idea of ‘Solar Suitcase’ came when she went to Nigeria on a research trip. During the trip, Dr. Laura Stachel was astounded to witness a situation when a physician was performing an emergency cesarean section and then lights went out! Stachel was even more surprised to see people’s casual reaction to the horrendous …

CAPSULA   MUNDI’S   ATTEMPT   FOR   A   GREEN   FINISH   TO  THE   CIRCLE   OF  LIFE ITALY : In today’s world, the notion of living green has established a fledgling yet a strong presence. The presence has gathered a strong communal conscience in saving the planet by wearing, eating and …

  Irrespective of financial backgrounds, the fun of childhood revolves around playing in the mud, jumping into a puddle splashing water around, building dream castles in the sand, and rolling on the soft grass. As the child grows, it tries to play with colors, mold objects out of dough, and give life to toys around. …

The sight of ambulances and police-cars racing to the scene of a road accident in the city or on the busy highway is so commonplace in India that few heads turn even in idle curiosity. According to statistics, there is 1 death in every four minutes due to a road accident in India, earning the …

Meet Lewitt Somarajan the founder of LIFELAB who is changing the stereotypical approach of teaching science through innovative and practical methods In the clutches of the competitive world, the prevailing Indian education system has lost its incomparable uniqueness of innovative curriculum and teaching methodologies which showcased a holistic understanding of topics. The conventional teaching approach …

Simplicity beats Complexity of Science – Story of Supreet Deshpande When children in Indian education system, choose pathways of engineering, medical, commerce, humanities and arts at early stages of schooling, they either try to run away from fearful and non-interesting subjects, or they chalk out a career path early. But little do they realize the …

Some students of Philippines are generating 8 hours of electricity from 1 glass of ‘Salt Water’ We live in an era of accelerated progress where technology forms the backbone for a well functioning community and tries to answer the most of the problems which exist in the present world. It delves innumerable aspects of this …