When we ask a hot blooded kid ‘which car is better in comparison?’, their minds translate the question to ‘which car is faster or flashier (usually the red car)?’

The simplicity with which these kids translate the question is the basis for the two most popular current races, namely the…

Welding arcs can be unbelievably hot and bright. In fact, they’re so hot that they could be considered as hellish.

No welder can deal with an arc without some serious protective gear, especially for the eyes. …

Have you ever wondered what happens to a car as soon as it has exceeded its useful service life? This piece will shed more light on the "after life" of automobiles.

Vehicle recycling is the dismantling of vehicles to identify useful parts at the end of their service life. This…

We all love the smell of new things. And most of all, we love the smell that comes with new cars. Like new phones, buildings, and books, new cars have a special smell that almost everyone loves.

Photo by Alwin Sunny on Unsplash

What is the new car smell?

The “New car smell” comes from the combination of materials, processes in fabrication…

Like most things, batteries too have expiry dates. However, unlike the regular expiry dates we know of, batteries don’t ‘spoil’ or become completely unusable when their expiry date is reached.

Source: Circuit Digest

This means that when your batteries have crossed their expiry dates, you don’t necessarily have to throw them away because…

Blacksmithing is as old as civilisation itself and is regarded by some as the oldest form of technology. Blacksmithing, also called metal (Iron) forgery, is the art of forging metal using tools like a hammer and an anvil to make objects, like hinges, nails, hammers, and more. Before the industrial…

Carbon fibres or carbon fibers (alternatively CF, graphite fiber or graphite fibre) are fibres about 5 to 10 micrometers (0.00020–0.00039 in) in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms. Carbon fibres have several advantages including high stiffness, high tensile strength, low weight, high chemical resistance, high temperature tolerance and low…

Do you know: Robotics is the future and the future is now.

STEM, science, technology, engineering, and math (and medicine). These are all areas of learning that we need to be comfortable with to excel uniquely in the future. STEM makes creators, thinkers, problem solvers, doers, innovators, and inventors.

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