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Are “safety apps” actually endangering women’s safety?

Are “safety apps” actually endangering women’s safety?

There has been a spate of apps (mostly Android) in the market promising better security for women. However, a critical analysis would point out that these offer little security in real life, and worst, could even be more harmful than other wise. The apps basically work by [Read More]

Another Good Site to Learn Online – Knollop

Another Good Site to Learn Online – Knollop

  Find online learning materials that are right for you at Knollop Knollop is your portal to discover, review and follow thousands of online learning materials in any subject from Coursera, Edx, Udacity, Udemy, and top universities. It’s an online platform which [Read More]

Portuguese designer trained Honey Bee to detect Cancer

Portuguese designer trained Honey Bee to detect Cancer

At this year’s Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, Portuguese designer Susana Soares presented a device that can detect cancer and other diseases using honey bees. Known for their extraordinary sense of smell, bees can detect airborne molecules in the parts per trillion [Read More]

Who is CNR Rao – The “other” Bhartha Ratna Winner

Who is  CNR Rao – The “other” Bhartha Ratna Winner

Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao FRS, also known as C.N.R. Rao (born 30 June 1934), is an Indian chemist who has worked mainly insolid-state and structural chemistry. He currently serves as the Head of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India. [Read More]

An app for Blood Donor’s and Recipients from India

An app for Blood Donor’s and Recipients from India

What would you do if someone you knew was in dire need of blood for a surgery? Call up friends, post on social media, call blood banks? Believe me  all these are slow and frustrating. I have experienced it. I hoped there could be a better way to reach out to the donors. [Read More]

Indian scientists’ innovation – Inexpensive incubator for premature babies

Indian scientists’ innovation – Inexpensive incubator for premature babies

Rahul Alex Panicker, Co-founder Embrace Innovations, won The Economist’s Innovation Award 2013., for his and teams Inexpensive incubator for premature babies.  He is the third Indian to receive the award, the others being Sam Pitroda and Narayana Murthy. Heartiest [Read More]

Rotimatic – Automatic Chappathi Maker coming to revolutionize Indian Kitchens

Rotimatic – Automatic Chappathi Maker coming to revolutionize Indian Kitchens

Roti akka Chappathi is the most common dinner dish in India. The Rotimatic is a countertop appliance that can produce one roti per minute automatically. Just fill in the atta, water and oil in the designated bowels in the machine. Then set the softness and count of [Read More]

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BIORHYTHMS, Painting Exhibition in Museum Auditorium Jan 22 – Jan 26

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Gmail for Android could become a hub for all your email accounts

Gmail for Android could become a hub for all your email accounts

A leaked video spotted by Android Police appears to show sweeping changes for Gmail 5.0 on Android, including [Read More]