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India Energy Week 2024

India Energy Week 2024: Explore It In Goa

Following the triumph of the 2023 edition, the refreshing new edition of India Energy Week(IEW) will kick in on 6-9th February 2024 in Goa, India. It will inaugurated by our honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi.  This event will act as a global marketplace spotlighting the innovations and services shaping the energy systems of the […]

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Nuclear fission reaction

The Science Behind Nuclear Fission: Simple Explanation

According to a 2021 survey by Our World in Data, nuclear power plants generate around 10% of the world’s electricity. The US is the top Nuclear power-producing country, having 93 active reactors in 54 power plants. These power plants produce nearly 20% of the country’s annual electricity generation. Among the Nuclear power countries, France produces

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Cold Wave Strikes, Why 2023 is the Coldest year of the century?

What is Cold Wave? The cold wave is a meteorological phenomenon that occurs when a mass of cold air settles over an area and causes a prolonged period of lower temperatures. These cold waves can be caused by a variety of factors, including high-pressure systems, polar air masses, and Arctic outbreaks. Read more in this

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Galvanic cell

Things you should know about Galvanic Cell.

Think about the wall clock, torchlight, speakers, smartphones and other electronic gadgets.We cannot imagine a single day without these electronic devices. One common thing in thesegadgets is the battery, the powerhouse of the device. It provides all the necessary energy. Haveyou ever wondered how the battery work? To know about these new-age batteries, we first

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Hiking Journey of Indian Space Research Organisation

In the early 1960s, Scientists drove their cycles to deliver the parts of launching vehicles. Now the space organization turned into one of the dominant and unavoidable Government space agencies. Yes, we’re talking about the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The one who placed 104 satellites in their respective orbits in a single launch vehicle.

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope Finds Evidence Of Water Vapour In Jupiter’s Moon

     credits: space.com       The year that was 2020 is authoritatively finished, and despite the fact that we previously shared our picks for the year’s best analytical announcing, Rachel Controller’s totally magnificent plunge into the strange deficiency of bucatini just barely got by last week and merits an extraordinary, privileged opening on

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