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smart cycle
This year's Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) brought a lot of innovative products for the average consumer to drool over. Among them, we saw many gadgets that encourage productivity. Kids Tech also brought a lot to the table at CES this year. Fisher Price, a household name known of its innovative toys for helping children learn, introduced a new product,...
magnetic hill in india
Kashmir is located in the northernmost region of India and has a rich history. In recent times, though, Kashmir has been attracting attention for a strange phenomenon that is happening in the area of Ladakh. On a small road stretch of road located approximately 19 miles from Leh, there is the magnetic hill of Ladakh. The strange thing that is...
graphene
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have done it again. This time they have come up with a material that is light yet unyielding and is the strongest material currently known. The team of researchers achieved this by compressing and fusing graphene, which is a 2-dimensional form of carbon. The new material developed which is configured to look...
self making duvet
Growing up, I hated cleaning my room. I was a boy who loved being outside and anything that had to do with cleaning, even remotely, was out of the question. This included something as simple as making my bed. Throughout the years, I would love to say that I've matured and love making my bed, but I don't. I...
jupiter's moon europa
In September 2016, NASA scientists revealed water vapor plumes may be being emitted from the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa. This crucial discovery gave NASA the green light to do further investigating. What could this mean for Jupiter? What could it mean for both the present and the future of our solar system? Jupiter's Moon, Europa Europa was discovered January...
invention of velcro
We all have ideas of the greatest and, in some cases, worst inventions in the history of the world. These tend to be obvious things like cars and telephones and the Internet. Large, world shaking, life changing things that forever altered the fate of humanity. Watersheds are great, especially when it comes to a fine cup of tea, but...
avegant glyph
Welcome to our bi-weekly Sanvada contest! We have been working to gather some really great prizes since our last contest in December, and we don’t think you will be disappointed. Our first prize winner will receive a free Avegant Glyph virtual reality headset! The Glyph is the world’s first personal theater designed with lightweight portability, rich audio, and amazingly clear...
nexgadget 4k wifi action camera
Action cameras are no longer niche products. Worn by the likes of cute puppies in viral videos, world-class surfers and snowboarders, and everyday people giving us a unique perspective into their everyday life, these rugged little gadgets have truly become mainstream. There are many options for action cameras out on the market today, and the number is still steadily...
3d printed blood vessels
Scientists, at Sichuan Revotek and the Regenerative Medicine Research Center of West China Hospital at Sichuan University, have successfully embedded 3D-printed blood vessels into monkey test subjects. The vessels, which are made of stem cell-based organic material, were a major breakthrough in vascular regeneration. According to 3Ders, the arrangement uses stem cells directly from the monkeys. Essentially the actual materials needed to create...
global ice age
According to scientists, previous ice ages have had a significant role in shaping the landscape, the evolution of mankind as well as other organisms. Five major glaciation periods have been studied and documented. Evidence gathered so far indicate that humans successfully adapted and emerged as the dominant organism in the last major glacial period. Others were not that lucky....

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