With the largest geoengineering experiment about to begin, it is important for us, as stakeholders in the planet’s future to understand what this science is about.
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.
ESOM pitches in to further India’s transition to a cashless economy, starting with the students.
From the adorable Wall-E to the murderous Terminator, robots are a fascination to all of us. MIT’s very own RoboManipal live the dream by building a new robot every year, apart from the several other automation projects. We wish them the best of luck in their performance at the prestigious ABU Robocon.
Read the story of the man who was forced to flee the country, when he discovered that the holy water dripping off a Jesus statue was actually water from an overflowing drain.
ASCE’s fundraiser event PrisonBreak raised money as well as eyebrows as participants were asked to attempt questions which ranged from sitcom trivia to logic and pattern solving.
With YouTube-101, Blank-101 brought to the spotlight the popular video-sharing service, with lesser-known facts and a basic introduction to the various aspects of the service
The 1987-91 batch of MIT returned to a transformed Manipal after twenty-five years and re-lived their experiences from their days spent here.
Padma Shri winner Bhajan Sopori enthralls the audience with Hindustani classical and reminds them that it is not without reason that the santoor has survived for centuries.
It doesn’t matter if there was more EDM than Garbha on Dandiya night. The students at Dhol Baje ’16, The Rotaract Club’s annual event, had a blast grooving to the beats, regardless.