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Fibonacci sequence and the plant kingdom

As we explore our surroundings in Nature more and more, we notice that several facts and observations can be described mathematically. A strong correlation is observed between Nature and mathematics.

Travel tips for troubled times

Travelling had almost come to a standstill with the advent of the coronavirus pandemic a little more than a year ago.

The science of communication

In this exclusive interview for The Assam Tribune, Smrita Chaudhury is in-conversation with Ann Vinod, Science Communications Coordinator at the Tata Institute for Genetics and Society in Bengaluru. The recent Science, Technology and Innovation Policy draft from the Department of Science and Technology recognises the importance of science communication and

STEM CORNER

Dinesh Lahoti Founder, Edugenie - [email protected] This section will carry everything related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Food court With food now readily available at the press of a button, it isn’t hard to forget that many of the items that we enjoy today were

STEM CORNER

Dinesh Lahoti - Founder, Edugenie [email protected] This section will carry everything related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Power of steam People in the ancient world had few choices for getting work done. They could use wind, water, or muscles. Sailing ships used the wind to carry

A passion to serve

If you feel satisfied when you help people and if you enjoy all levels of interaction, then social work could be the right career path for you.

Psychological skills and psychometric tests

Youngsters, nowadays, often have to face psychometric tests that measure their psychological aptitude. That’s the reason why psychometric tests are also referred to as aptitude tests.