One of the few politically neutral countries in the world, Switzerland is located right in the lap of nature. With the snow-capped Alps and sylvan fields adorning the landscape, the fifth addition to our Travelogue series is nothing but a tryst with Nature.
One day, to every nihilist’s joy, the Universe will come to its demise. This could happen in a multitude of ways, from a crunch, to a rip, to even a chill, which- thanks to physicists- sound like hip ways to go. Unfortunately, the obliteration of the universe involves a lot more galaxy annihilation, solar system termination, and star smothering than one would expect.
Among the many obscure mysteries related to our tiny grey cells, the phenomenon of dreaming has been an enigma to many psychologists and scientists through the years. From Sigmund Freud’s theories to studies of the human brain waves, read on to learn more about these ubiquitous ideas.
India’s financial capital is notorious for its hectic lifestyle and the tireless working habits. However, with a little leisure and a thirst to explore, the roads of Mumbai lead one to the lost city of Bombay, basking lazily outside the endless cycle of change and time.
Last month, the UK’s National Health Services suffered its biggest cyber-attack that crippled the system for several days. While our reliance on technology seems to be at its riskiest, are we still far away from AI monitored healthcare and treatment? We answer that and more with this article as part of a collaborative series with Hashtag by IECSE.
The tiny village in Kerala, Kodinhi, has captured attention due to the unusually high rate of twin births. We discuss this mystery that has eluded researchers and some possible explanations.
When you call yourself an Indian, or a European or anything else, you breed violence, because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind. Boundaries have to be transcended, and the current trend that is deepening them is nothing but a step backwards for mankind.
The third addition to our Travelogue series, Rishikesh is more than just peace and piety. Despite being popularly known as a spiritual site, the Yoga capital of India has plenty to offer for the calm as well as the courageous.
Following the acquisition of Jobspire, a startup by an MIT alumnus, Mr. Varun Mayya, by JustCode, a New York based company, we sat down with the founder to get an insight into the startup and coding world and what he plans to do moving forward with his ventures.
2017: The year where you simply couldn’t have a Billboard Top 10 without it being a meme first.