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How Do Driverless Vehicles Work

The driverless vehicles that are commonplace in science fiction films are no longer the fantastical concepts they once seemed. In the past decade, several automotive manufacturers and technological organisations have achieved ground breaking advancement in the field of autonomous vehicles. From innovative braking systems to valet parking capabilities, these breakthroughs hint towards a future wherein … Continue reading

Digital Innovation and It’s Personalization of Self: No Longer Abstract Notions

Today we see world leaders posting selfies and the Dalai Lama writing inspirational tweets. Each of us have our own personal online profiles, e-mail accounts and range of devices that we personalise endlessly. Digital innovation and personalization has finally reached all four corners of the globe; it’s become a normal part of our daily life … Continue reading

Total Hip Replacement – Definition, Why It’s Done, And How Should You Prepare

You have tried everything, almost everything, but still the hip pain is holding you back from living your life the way you want. You want to jog; you want to jump in air; you want to go up and down the stair fleet in a jiffy; but the hip pain is stopping you from doing … Continue reading

Next Generation Science Standards for Parents

About Next Generation Science Standards Recently, 26 States came together to form the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), with the sole objective of creating a new standard of science for the students that is “rich in content and practice, and arranged in a coherent manner across disciplines and grades to provide all students an internationally … Continue reading

50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World

Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
  Life hacks are little ways to make our lives easier. These low-budget tips and trick can help you organize and de-clutter space; prolong and preserve your products; or teach you something (e.g., tie a full Windsor) that you simply did not know before. Most of these came from a great…

Waste Not, Want Less

Originally posted on La Paz Group:
The Atlantic‘s Senior Editor, James Hamblin, MD, has advice we are compelled to share: What do you think an apple core is? What’s the thing we throw away? It is a ghost. If you eat your apples whole, you are a hero to this ghost. If you do not,…

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For those that are interested in writing for us again, we are in need of something new! More jargon! That’s right, we are setting up some sectional blogs for experts! These will be promoted throughout our social media on a daily basis and through special newsletters each blog will support. The home page won’t change … Continue reading

How It’s Made: 5 Processes That Have been Automated

Automation is becoming much more commonplace in the world for many reasons. It’s cheaper, it lessens the time needed for certain processes, and it alleviates time to complete other tasks that already can’t be automated. These are five processes that you might be surprised to find that are automated in the world today. Surgery It … Continue reading

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