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Don’t Be Afraid of Changes- Takeaway from NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams

The biggest take away from the live webinar was that one should not be afraid of changes, as they are the gateways to exploring new paths. As Srijan Pal Singh rightly put in words, “sometimes second choices are good...it is okay to not get your first choice all the time and that is a great lesson for all the kids who got their board results in India. Sometimes you don’t get what you wanted, but you get towards what you actually want in life.”

Early-to-bed, early-to-rise, doesn’t make you wise!

The thing which you hate to listen every morning is the sound of your morning alarm, often because of you haven't had enough sleep. According...

Being lazy is a better way to live longer

Does it ever happen with you that you don’t want to get out of the bed? If yes, then you must have been told...

Here’s why the debate on Pluto being a planet just won’t...

A long time ago, astronomers decided to demote Pluto from the list of planets. The time I am talking about is before the era...

“The encyclopedia was our version of the Wikipedia”

Author of best selling Reignited: Scientific Pathways to a Brighter Future, Srijan Pal Singh pens down another marvel for children. This volume includes...

Scientists turn CO2 back into Coal in a world first major...

Scientists turn CO2 back into Coal in a world first major breakthrough In a breakthrough that could potentially help remove the greenhouse gas from the...

The most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft, reveals the...

Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever visited by a spacecraft, reveals the deepest history of our solar system— and, perhaps, revolutionizes planetary science. This...

Mockery of Science and Scientists going on at the National Science...

The nation didn’t stopped laughing over with the hilarious claims of Vice Chancellor of the Andhra University, the next speaker on the list went...

All about a sustainable bioplastic made from seaweed that is fighting...

According to several estimates, there are about 51 trillion microscopic and macroscopic pieces of plastic, weighing about 269,000 tons floating in the open ocean....

Scientists use sound waves to ‘sew’ a thread into fabric

Scientists from the University of Bristol, UK and the Universidad Publica De Navarra, Spain have developed a system that uses sound waves to ‘sew’...

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