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THE SCITECH BULLETIN 1.4

The Flying Taxi – A Dream turned Reality Tired of honking horns, steering wheels and never ending loop of suggested shortcuts? Ever wished to own a Ford Anglia 105E or the least a personalized flying vehicle? Someone’s heard your prayers! Ehang – A Chinese Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) company has recently unveiled the world’s first

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The Scitech Bulletin 1.3

Ageing reversible? What if I told you, you could actually live life like Mel Gibson in Forever Young? Sounds fair and lovely? While you were fantasizing about it, a group of scientists at Salk Institute in La Jolla, California have already worked on it and discovered that reverse-ageing is possible by adapting to a new

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The SciTech Bulletin 1.2

Super-powered Spinach Spinach, known for being the cancer-fighting, iron-rich super food of Popeye, now has a superpower of its own. Researchers at MIT have used nanotubes to engineer a bionic plant that senses explosive compounds in groundwater and wirelessly sends that data. Here’s how it works: Scientists embed nanotubes in spinach leaves. When particles like

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Scitech Bulletin 1.1 – Nobel Prize 2016

“People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” Technology today, is developing at a pace where it has become nearly impossible to run alongside it. Every new day brings to us, a multitude of new inventions and discoveries, each of which, single-handedly has the potential to

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