Participants were all fueled up for this year’s Escape Velocity, as they were challenged to come up with the and craft of a rocket. Read on to find out more about this category.
With Caduceus’ Blackbox and Riddle Me This, Epsilon helped contestants think out of the box for mind-boggling puzzles revolving around the fields of engineering and biological sciences. Read on to find out more about what this category had in store.
This year, Robotrek shifted away from the usual brawn of robots to focus more on the brain of things. Participants ventured through codes and simulations to reach their ideal scenario. Read on to find out more.
Cancer has been the foe of many, taking the lives of millions every year. However, not all struggles end in defeat. Cancer survivors Jayshree Arora and Shreya Srikrishna share their experiences of braving the odds and teach us that each day matters.
Start Up Pitch was an event held to provide opportunities for budding entrepreneurs to showcase their start-up ideas. Two guest speakers inspired the audience, motivating participants before the competition began.
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The Conclave category of TechTatva organised Humans of Tech Tatva on 5th October 2019. Over the course of ninety minutes, five speakers captivated the audience with their heart-warming and inspirational stories.
Mechanize was the category at Tech Tatva this year for lovers of Mechanical Engineering as students flocked in to try to solve some basic engineering problems and innovate their way to victory. Read on to find out more.