Science

Programming Languages that you must learn [part 2]

[By Bhoomika Saini] If you’re new to the field of software development, the toughest part of learning programming is deciding where to begin. There are hundreds of programming languages in widespread use, each with its own complexities and idiosyncrasies. As you begin your journey as a software developer, you’ll start […]

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Keezhadi Nanotechnology

If you believe that if I say Tamil people developed Nanotechnology 2600 years ago. Yes, it is true. Researches say that the pots which the tamil people used then, was coated using Nanotechnology. This blog is going to be about the carbon nanostructures that were found in Keezhadi. Scientists found the […]

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Adaptive Radiation

The process of evolution of different species in a given geographical area starting from a point and literally radiating to other areas of geography (habitats) is called Adaptive Radiation. During his journey Darwin went to Galapagos Islands. There he observed an amazing diversity of creatures. Small black birds later called […]

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HYMENOPTERA

Classification Kingdom: Animalia    Phylum : Arthropoda      Class: Insecta (Endopterygota)        Sub-class : Pterygota           Order:Hymnoptera  Hymenoptera Hymenoptera means membrane wings.  One of the largest insect order.  Size range – 0.21nm(0.008inch)-5cm(2inch) in length.  Usually 4 membranous wings Forewing and hindwing are held together by small hook.  Hind pair smaller than front pair Complete […]

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Aryabhatta

Aryabhatta mentions in the Aryabhatiya that it was composed 3,600 years into the Kali Yuga, when he was 23 years old. This corresponds to 499 CE, and implies that he was born in 476. Aryabhatta provides no information about his place of birth. The only information comes from Bhaskara I, […]

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THE EXCRETORY SYSTEM

Excretion Removal of nirogenous waste produce during metabolism of protein and nucleic acid. Human excretory system includes:-Pair of kidney Pair of ureterUrinary bladder Urethra Function of kidney Kidneys regulate the osmotic pressure of a mammal’s blood through extensive filtration and purification, in a process known as Osmoregulation. Kidneys filter the blood; […]

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Veggie Licious!

You may hate them or love them, but you certainly can’t dismiss the importance of vegetables and other vegetarian ingredients in your daily diet. Take a look at some exotic food that are slowly finding their way into Indian homes and restaurants….. Couscous Couscous is crushed durum wheat semolina formed […]

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SPACE DEBRIS

Space debris is the combination of natural(meteoroid) and artificial(man-made) particles. Natural debris orbits around the sun and artificial debris orbits around the earth. Hence they are called Orbital Debris. This […]

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Why do Volcanoes Erupt?

You may have heard about the eruptions of volcanoes like Mount Vesuvius and Mount Tambora that devastated the land surrounding them and killed thousands of people living in their vicinity. […]

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How crocodiles survived mass extinction ?

Crocodiles,by reading the name you would have picturised a massive creature with pointed teeth and a thick skin. The very appearance of them would terrify anyone. We can also call them as living relatives of dinosaurs but still it has always been a mystery on how crocodiles survived the extinction […]

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NIKOLA TESLA

Serbian-American engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) made dozens of breakthroughs in the production, transmission and application of electric power. He invented the first alternating current (AC) motor and developed AC generation and transmission technology. Though he was famous and respected, he was never able to translate his copious inventions […]

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