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The race to invent the artificial leaf: Varun Sivaram

The Sun is the most plentiful source of renewable energy we have — and the race is on to harness its Power. Said, Bill Gates. Since the early 1970s, scientists have been on a quest to develop a technology that could create liquid fuels out

Motorola launches Moto Z2 Force in India at just Rs 34,999

Priced at Rs 34,999, the phone comes bundled with Moto TurboPower Pack mod which serves as an additional battery for the device. The Limited Edition #MotoZ2Force with #MotoTurboPowerMod is Now on Sale for Rs. 34,999 @Flipkart & #MotoHub near you. Motorola today launched its flagship

Green Space- Indoor plants to beautify your built environment

What do indoor plants mean to you? Plants go far beyond simple aesthetics. Indoor plants are important for businesses looking to achieve the optimal atmosphere. The plants look great, and they have health benefits that have been studied around the world. Interior Landscape offers a

Five Real Estate Technology Predictions For 2018

With all its ups and downs, 2017 was a year of significant change — in politics, pop culture, science, technology and more. In tech, advancements in areas like AI and Bitcoin had far-reaching implications across industries. What were once cutting-edge technologies have made their way

Block Chain Technology?

A blockchain is a decentralized and distributed digital ledger that is used to record transactions across many computers so that the record cannot be altered retroactively without the alteration of all subsequent blocks and the collusion of the network. This allows the participants to verify

Signal Booster in the National Capital Delhi

People of every age groups love to surf on internet for videos, new information, news and many more. That is the reason that every mobile network companies are asking for more and more facilities that can provide you internet strongly with different offers. But do

Flora of the Future & Projective Ecologies

Places is featuring two chapters from the new book Projective Ecologies, edited by Chris Reed and Nina-Marie Lister and co-published by Actar and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In “The Flora of the Future,” botanist Peter Del Tredici argues that the native plants movement