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Content should determine the language in art: Mallika Sarabhai

Celebrated danseuse visited the ongoing third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale on Friday Kochi: Noting that every art form needs to communicate, Padma Bhushan Mallika Sarabhai said content should determine the language of art and not the other way round. “Some artists first find a

What after graduation?

by Neeti Sharma Graduating from college is a major milestone. Congratulations on this achievement. When you would have startedcollege you would have felt that you have many years to decide what you want to do after Graduation. While few know from the beginning where they are

MIT Energy Initiative report provides guidance for evolving electric power sector

Experts call for regulatory, policy, and market transformation to realize potential of distributed energy technologies by Emily Dahl, MIT Energy Initiative CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Distributed energy resources — relatively small-scale power technologies such as solar, wind, energy storage, and power electronics and control devices — are

Making children feel special everyday

by Jyoti Guha I think that all humans should be treated special every day. Children are the future. And, given their innocence and vulnerability, we must treat them in an extremely special manner each day by protecting their rights. They have the right to survive,

Researchers create synthetic cells to isolate genetic circuits

Encapsulating molecular components in artificial membranes offers more by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office CAMBRIDGE, MA — Synthetic biology allows scientists to design genetic circuits that can be placed in cells, giving them new functions such as producing drugs or other useful molecules. However, as

IIMB’s EPGP hosts annual business conclave on October 23

Sammantran 2016 will feature talks & panel discussions from industry stalwarts and academia on Next Generation Operations, Financial Inclusion and Human Capital Management Bengaluru: IIM Bangalore’s EPGP (Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management) batch of 2016-17 is set to host the 3rd edition of the

Rising star: Varija Shah gets flying license at 16

For Varija Shah, a class XI student at the Navrachana Sama School, Vadodara, sky is the limit. At the age of 16, she has got a flying license. And, as a perfect birthday gift on Monday, she flew a plane named Cessna 152 for 20

Top 10 Jobs to explore in 2016 for millenials

India has become the hub for design outsourcing by Kunal Sen Research finds that Millennials born between 1981 and 2000, make for top-notch product designers, store promoters, and research specialists. Most employers are well aware that the problem isn’t so much attracting Millennials as it is