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 Are women better managers ??  This is a debate. “A group of donkeys led by a lion can defeat a group of lions led by a donkey.” I, myself being a woman, believe that men are better managers!! Pole Dance  This article focuses on “uneducated literates” who travel in public transports.  Animal Rights  This article protests the experiments done … Continue reading

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 Are women better managers ??  This is a debate. “A group of donkeys led by a lion can defeat a group of lions led by a donkey.” I, myself being a woman, believe that men are better managers!! Pole Dance  This article focuses on “uneducated literates” who travel in public transports.  Animal Rights  This article protests the experiments done … Continue reading

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  Education & Society (1)  Caged Canary And Chained Dog This article helps us to awake from our slumber and stop the cruelty against animals and birds.We (humans) hold the sense of justice so ‘dear’, but it should be extended to ‘all creatures’. (2)  The ‘WildLife’- Rare And Unusual Lets see what Mother Nature has in store … Continue reading

Round Up

Round Up


  Education & Society (1)  Caged Canary And Chained Dog This article helps us to awake from our slumber and stop the cruelty against animals and birds.We (humans) hold the sense of justice so ‘dear’, but it should be extended to ‘all creatures’. (2)  The ‘WildLife’- Rare And Unusual Lets see what Mother Nature has in store … Continue reading

Happy Birthday ‘Semiconductors’

Happy Birthday ‘Semiconductors’


It has been a century (100 years) since the discovery of Superconductors. Read this article to know milestones achieved up till today. It has been a century since the discovery of Superconductors. The discovery was made by Heike Onnes on April 8th, 1911 at the Leiden Cryogenic Laboratory in Netherlands. The first experiment involved the … Continue reading

Sensors: I Know What You Did in Last Measurement!

Sensors: I Know What You Did in Last Measurement!


Lets see how a sensor/detector measures a physical quantity and converts it into a signal which can be read by an observer, or, by an electronic instrument. For example, a mercury-in-glass thermometer converts the measured temperature into expansion and contraction of a liquid which can be read on a calibrated glass tube. A thermocouple converts … Continue reading