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The Indian Ocean Dipole

With major environmental calamities around the world increasing in recent times, we take a look at a few of the most devastating events that can be traced back to a common cause—The Indian Ocean Dipole. Read on to learn how this phenomenon resulted in the Australian wildfires, Indian floods, and African locusts all on its own.

Electric Vehicles—Charging Into the Future

With electric vehicles becoming an increasingly popular means to control carbon dioxide emissions, India needs to be well-equipped to handle the EV market. This article looks back on cases of both successful and disastrous implementations of EVs as well as the prospects of the electric vehicle industry in India.

The Solution to Accelerated Human Evolution

For centuries, humans have strived to find ways to use technology to help improve their lives. In the past few decades, as we have entered the golden age of technology, the line between human and machine has blurred further and further. Now, as we move into an era where the natural course of evolution could be disrupted by man-made interventions, our generation must ponder difficult questions about the future of our relationship with technology.

Now Loading⁠—5G Technology

5G technology is the latest mobile network technology to hit the markets and has promised faster speeds and better connections as compared to its predecessors. Though there are a number of advantages to be had, there may be a few catches to this high-speed cellular network technology.

The Race Against Superbugs

With the introduction of antibiotics in human evolution, the world finally found its cure for many deadly infections. But extensive use of these fueled the development of resistant microbe species. The 21st century has now become the battleground for the war against human-created antimicrobials and resistant organisms termed superbugs.