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Have you heard of CollPoll?

The CollPoll app was introduced to MIT in the odd semester of 2016. Manipal University is currently one of the four universities in the country that has partnered with CollPoll. The app aims to provide a one point platform to address a student’s needs in

CES Part 1: Future, Qué Pasa?

Las Vegas, Nevada, the city confining more than a 150,000 hotel rooms, that is the maximum in the world, came to a point of crisis when attendees from all over the planet rushed in to observe the world’s biggest tech exhibition, CES’16, also known as the Consumer Electronics Show. It is an internationally renowned electronics and technology show, attracting major companies and industry professionals worldwide. Sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association, the show is annually held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Mecha(tronics) for the Engineer In You!

IE Mechatronics held Tech Weekend in association with ISTE from the 4th to 7th February. An “open for all” meet with on-spot registrations for every event that was to happen, it was a well organised, relatable, and a fun-filled weekend for all techno-savvy students within

TechTalks-Full Metal Jacket

Serving in the Indian armed forces provides access to a certain lifestyle. But the Army itself serves a distinct purpose in contemporary society. Its existence has become essential to shaping civilizations that are free of conflict and hence driving the essence of humanity. Thus, the

The MIT Placement Portal Team

I’m fairly sure that all of us have noticed (unless of course you live under a very large rock)that placement season is under-way. It is one of the most stressful times for seniors, when tensions run high and the slow, dreadful fear of rejection is

TechTalks- Dr. Chandan Ghosh

In the interest of exposing the student body of MIT to various dimensions of technology, TechTatva ’15 has come up with a new event to complement the already existing Manipal Conclave. Spanning over a course of over two weeks, TechTalks offers a series of talks

Playing God

The word biohacking conjures a sinister image in most minds. From the view point of biohackers, the term itself is constantly evolving. Loosely put, it refers to the modifying of a biological structure by introducing foreign substances that could be chemical, physical, or electronic in

The Man behind the Enigma

Elon Musk is one of the world’s leading innovators today, but his work largely remains unknown to the general public. We delve into the body of work the man has contributed to, and the vision behind it.

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