In this talk, Sonam Wangchuk shares his experience of bringing education reforms in the trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh, India.

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Stand-up comedy is just catching on in the State of Kerala. Vinay Menon is among the very few who pursue this genre. He is an IT professional- turned- comedian, and focuses mainly on observational humor. He is also a professor and in this talk he has a humorous take on the myths of the Indian […]

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Sparsh Shah wants to show people how they can transcend every difficulty that comes their way in life and how they can start a chain reaction to be a guide for other people who want to turn their life around as well.

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Does the camera captures the image with a flash and simply puts everything in the storage? Or does it reads the picture from top to bottom? Or do we know that there is a technique called rolling shutter to capture images? Rolling shutter cameras capture image scanning from top to bottom, that’s why super fast […]

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Ubiquitous, mobile supercomputing. Artificially-intelligent robots. Self-driving cars. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. The evidence of dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at exponential speed.

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These new, manmade minerals could be evidence for the argument that we are living in the Anthropocene.

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Some scientists are planning a new space colony called “Asgardia.” Maybe pre-planning. It’s quite a ways off. Cenk Uygur, Ben Mankiewicz, Kim Horcher, and Kenny Hamilton, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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A Robotic furniture that can make your living room, bedroom and your closet is a reality now. Even for a house with a single room, the possession of this furniture can make your house sufficient. Not to mention that is can be controlled with simple voice commands.

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Just like how our bones are held together with help of hydro-gels, many electronics could be held together making it soft. Hydro-gels squash and stretch, but the problem was how to make them stick to any hard material. Now that the scientist found a way to bond them together, the next generation softer electronics are […]

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We have seen many reptiles walk over walls and glass with ease, which often left us wondering how they do that. And, of course engineers wouldn’t miss such a detail, and now studying the gecko’s feet, they have developed grippers that we can help grasp objects even in space. These grippers holds to the objects […]

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