Robotics- Stanford-Doggo can jump, trot and flip

Robotics- Stanford-Doggo can jump, trot and flip

A group of students from the Stanford Student Robotics club’s Extreme Mobility team at Stanford University has unveiled a four-legged robot. The robot has been dubbed Stanford Doggo, which can perform acrobatic tricks and can also traverse challenging terrain. The…

London based sushi restaurant introduces insects on its menu
Japan’s Economy witnesses an unexpected growth

Japan’s Economy witnesses an unexpected growth

Preliminary gross domestic data has reported an unexpected growth in Japan’s economy in a time span of three months to March. The product data recorded an economy growing at an annualized 2.1% in this period. Reports suggest that the beat…

Here is the reason for persistent class based hierarchies in the society: People in higher social class believe they are better than others
Greenpeace Activists block entrances of BP headquarters

Greenpeace Activists block entrances of BP headquarters

In the latest, Green Peace activists have blocked the entrances to the headquarters of British Petroleum (BP). The protestors had placed themselves inside five large containers obstructing BP’s head office in central London. By using cranes, some of the campaigners…

Ultra processed foods to stimulate hunger hormones

Ultra processed foods to stimulate hunger hormones

A new study tested impacts of ultra-processed foods and the results were meaty. The research carried out by US National Institutes of Health (NIH) revealed that the food lead people to eat more and put on weight.  A group of…

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Research confirms thinning of ice sheets in West Antarctica

Research team at University of Leeds has revealed that ice sheet in Antarctica is dwindling up to 122 meters. The team has recorded rapid changes in ocean melting of West Antarctica. As a consequence, researchers have drawn attention to a…

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Birth of Raven Chicks at Tower of London after 30 years

Birth of Raven Chicks at Tower of London after 30 years

Raven chicks were born at the Tower of London on St. Georg’s Day for the first time in thirty years. Usually considered as birds of bad omen, Ravens at the Tower of London are auspicious and part of several myths…