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The demand for Indium and gallium could easily become as large as 500 times the current domestic consumption.

Rhapsody in the rain: Here comes an umbrella that let’s you use Wi-Fi

Once connected, your phone will receive a message from the umbrella.

16 Apr 2018 2:22 AM

Brave the elements: Minerals for gadgets can face shortage

Gadgets are made up of elements which stand risk of getting endangered, warns the writer.

16 Apr 2018 2:18 AM

The beautiful game: Why I’m Impressed with Russia’s FIFA World Cup

Russia has paid great attention to small and big details to make watching the ensuing football World Cup an experience to remember.

16 Apr 2018 2:09 AM

Runversation: Of running and finding happiness

One needs to organise daily life so that it contains situations that give rise to positive emotions.

08 Apr 2018 2:38 AM

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New lesson: Testing the teacher

Society is disenchanted with educational institutions and teachers.

08 Apr 2018 2:34 AM

Building blocks: Designer babies could be a new recipe for life

No eggs doesn’t necessarily mean no kids. IVG converts adult human cells into artificial gametes and eventually into lab-made eggs and sperm.

08 Apr 2018 2:30 AM

Man vs wild: Leopards make concrete jungle their home

Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai has the highest density of leopards when compared to all other places in the world.

06 Apr 2018 2:35 AM

The great divide: Murder of the fourth estate

What is even more disturbing is the sheer disinterest that such incidents receive from the public and administration.

06 Apr 2018 2:21 AM

Right track: It’s time Metro chugged into people’s lives, transformed them

The Metro, characterised by its myriad features, provides afine example of how its towering profile can touch our lives.

06 Apr 2018 2:09 AM

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Tech and you: An App a day keeps doctors away

AI developers will soon be providing apps that would even predict a psychiatric condition based on eye movement.

26 Mar 2018 1:51 AM

Net effect: Social media can read your mind

At a time when the talk of the town is about Facebook ‘security breach’, let us understand the situation in a psychological viewpoint.

26 Mar 2018 1:49 AM

Takedown: Musk-Mark catfight amid data theft fallout

Musk had a touchy relationship with Zuckerberg due to their opinions on technology such as AI.

26 Mar 2018 1:46 AM

Tech marvel: 3D Human body scan

Structured light is where a series of linear light patterns are cast on an object.

18 Mar 2018 2:16 AM

Brain dead: The great tragedy of Alzheimer’s disease

Since changes in the brain begin long before the first signs of memory loss, catching the risk for AD at early stages could well be the key.

18 Mar 2018 1:59 AM

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Mankind: WH(Y) chromosome is disappearing in man?

Some research studies claim that the Y chromosome is doomed, while some beg to differ.

18 Mar 2018 1:46 AM

Down memory lane: Let’s remember to forget

The persistence of memories beyond the point of relevance could be disadvantageous when we are learning new information.

15 Mar 2018 1:48 AM

Runversation: Surmounting all odds

Born in 1978 in Mumbai to a single mom, Minda Dentler was paralysed from the hips down by polio when she was six months old.

15 Mar 2018 1:48 AM

New wave: Magic of movies fading from cine halls

Over 250 million viewed videos online in 2017, which is a growth of 64 per cent as per an Ernst & Young study.

15 Mar 2018 1:47 AM

Saving habitat: Go beyond the usual

According to sources in NTCA, 76 tigers died in the country in 2017 but 14 were cases of poaching.

05 Mar 2018 2:07 AM

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