The Research Society, Manipal presents Cognizance: A series of engrossing talks by some of the smartest minds in the cutting edge of science and technology. Held over the course of a week featuring six sessions, Cognizance attracted a large number of eager-to-learn students from MIT. Every topic, from quantum computing to new-age bio-enhanced cement, was explained by subject matter experts and passionately discussed by the attending students.
The tantalizing trend of fast fashion is a capitalism-backed maze that’s extremely hard to navigate out of. But the fact that style and glamour come at a high cost is getting clearer by the day, and we pay by sacrificing our environment and abusing the human rights of the ones most vulnerable to exploitation. In such a scenario, the ideas of sustainability, ethics, and accountability are gaining attention.
The Crypto wave that has engulfed the entire world’s economy seems to be the way forward for common people to achieve financial independence. However, significant environmental problems have come up with this new technology as well. With the world shifting towards clean energy, will the crypocurrency wave follow?
Constructure presents to you a plethora of options to explore civil engineering. A chance to build railways, understand the dynamics that go into managing a construction firm, create your own sustainable campus, compete with others on trivia and win big—don’t let this opportunity go waste!
Chandramohan Gupta, Head of Corporate Affairs, Coca-Cola (India and Southwest Asia), was invited to MIT to deliver a talk on the current scenario of sustainable growth and development in India. As an expert in the field of sustainability in the country, he had several insights to share with the eager audience.
Energia brought to the forefront the extremely important idea of being environmentally-conscious. With its events, Swadesh and Trash-to-Treasure, it tested the participants’ knowledge of environmental sciences and also made them put knowledge to practical use, as they build something useful out of trash.