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There has been a lot of noise on cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin of late. While some suggest cryptocurrencies are a fraud, others believe them to be the next biggest economic revolution the world has seen since the internet. Bitcoin has...
Tensions are escalating between China and the US over trade. The Chinese government has announced retaliatory measures on a range of American products including cars and some American agriculture products after the US listed 1,333 Chinese products to be...
Despite the avoidance of millions of tons of carbon dioxide emissions through use of renewable energy, increased efficiency and conservation efforts, the rate of increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere remains high. According to a University of Washington study, there is a 90%...
The Chinese economy in recent years has undergone a significant advancement in the field of science and technology. China's government's 13th five-year plan revolves around science-based innovation projects research, gene science, big data and medical robotics. Not to mention Chinese...
New technologies offer new possibilities for planning and designing cities. 3D urban modelling and simulation can give a real sense of the outcomes of planning decisions. However, incorporating these technologies into planning practice has its challenges. The possibilities of 3D...
In April 2017, it was reported that Google is partnering with Pentagon to aid them in analyzing the video data collected by the drones at the time of surveillance. This is in view of the fact that the drone...
Whether you follow opinion polls, experts, the media, or soothsayers, a few common themes have emerged regarding the economy in 2018 and beyond. These are Brexit, the rise of the robots and a continued obsession with bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Here’s...
The great film director Stanley Kubrick once wrote about the way in which the line between art and commerce was increasingly blurred: “Some of the most spectacular examples of film art are in the best TV commercials,” he told...
CRISPR also called CRISPR/ Cas9 that is Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats/ CRISPR associated protein9. CRISPR technology was adapted from the natural defence mechanisms of bacteria that detect and destroy DNA of foreign invader (virus) attacking it. Due...
…a person’s name is, to that person, the sweetest and most important sound in any language. Dale Carnegie’s line from his bestseller book ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ rings especially true in the retail sector. From packets of Tim...

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