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Science STEMs from Curiosity
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October 14, 2022October 14, 2022

Science STEMs from Curiosity

The world of STEM is a world of inclusivity and participation. We know that it is only through the constant effort and participation of people from all backgrounds and walks of life, that the finest discoveries and inventions happen year after year. In light of national disability employment month being celebrated in the USA, we...

Felicitated in the presence of the President!
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October 5, 2022October 14, 2022

Felicitated in the presence of the President!

Delighted & Proud to announce that Dr Megha Bhatt has been felicitated with an award by the President of India Smt. Droupadi Murmuji for SciKnowTech as a unique & creative initiative for Experiential Science & Math Education in India – in the presence of CM Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel, Education Minister Shri Jitubhai Vaghani & Governor...

Big step for ISRO, Giant leap for India: SSLV Launch
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August 14, 2022September 29, 2022

Big step for ISRO, Giant leap for India: SSLV Launch

When the Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) was established by the Indian government in 1962, India decided to enter space. The INCOSPAR organization established the Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station (TERLS) near Thiruvananthapuram for upper atmospheric research under the leadership of the brilliant Dr Vikram Sarabhai. The former INCOSPAR was replaced by the...

On Fruits Going Extinct: O ye Gods! How I shall Dine
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August 8, 2022September 29, 2022

On Fruits Going Extinct: O ye Gods! How I shall Dine

Increased temperatures of the planet are causing climate change, and as we have discussed in various blogs previously, climate change has devastating effects on life on Earth. From Animals and plants losing habitat to entire species of fruits, plants, and animals facing the threat of extinction, the consequences of human action are far-reaching. These changes...

International Tiger Day
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July 29, 2022September 29, 2022

International Tiger Day

Tigers are the biggest felines on the planet. An Apex Predator, these solitary but social creatures have lost 93% of their historic population due to habitat fragmentation, hunting, and loss of habitat, and have been placed on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species, also commonly known as the IUCN...

World Nature Conservation Day 2022: For Nature the Bells Toll
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July 28, 2022September 29, 2022

World Nature Conservation Day 2022: For Nature the Bells Toll

“As for the future, it is not a question of foreseeing it, but of making it possible.” Antoine De Saint Exupery The requirement to conserve the world is imminent, and as we keep celebrating days, weeks, and months to spread awareness about this threat to the planet, we wonder how much longer it will take...

Plastic-Free July
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July 25, 2022September 29, 2022

Plastic-Free July

Recycling is a very well-known and popular concept. Almost everyone on the face of this planet has either heard or read about recycling throughout their lifetime. Despite that, approximately 12.7 million tonnes of plastic annually enter the oceans. In India, approximately 3 kgs of plastic are used by a single person every year, which adds...

Cloud Spotting 101
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July 12, 2022September 29, 2022

Cloud Spotting 101

A cloud is a visible mass of tiny liquid droplets, ice crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body or similar space. These droplets and crystals could be made of water or a variety of different substances. With the monsoons right around the corner, let us see what we can tell...