Connecting the dots to get a grip on the digital mode of learning

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Stressed already, are you? (Source: Google Images)


Food Doodle (Source-CrushPixel)


Campus Chronicles

A twisted tale based on campus life through the eyes of allegedly the most scathing critic of NIT Trichy

The melodious hourly chime of the Clock Tower


A campus survival guide, with your best interests at heart


Your monthly dose of the latest in science and technology

The Coronavirus just evolved

How do we break free of the shackles of the evolving virus? Source: Wikipedia


Your monthly dose of the latest in science and technology


Your monthly dose of the latest in science and technology


Your monthly dose of the latest in science and technology

Sensors That Fit

Wearable technology scales new heights with rubber-infused sensors. Source: news.berkeley.edu


Your monthly dose of the latest in science and technology

“Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.”

— Louis Pasteur

This month’s SciTech Bulletin brings to you the latest developments in genetics, physics and electronics. Read on to find out more!

An interesting discovery in earth’s depths

The more we think we know about oceans, the more wrong we are. Source: TechnologyNetworks.com

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