Science & Technology

February 2, 2020

How does a State regulate a public square like Twitter? Is the involvement of a state in banning individual accounts justified? Are states right in involving private companies in law enforcement? Parth Maniktala from the Faculty of Law, India, explains.

Reeya Rao and Sagarika Pradhan explain their observations on how a small state in south India is carrying out a remarkable revolution in Palliative Care.

December 29, 2019

The introduction of VAR has brought to the realm of football a phenomenon correlated with Quantum Mechanics, Aditya Tamar explains.

November 11, 2019

Can't wrap your head around what Google's Quantum Supremacy means? We couldn't either. So, Akshat Jain wrote a simple explanation of Quantum Computing, Google's new achievement, and the future ahead.

September 27, 2019

A theory from behavioral economics could have provided a better approach to tackling single-use plastics than an outright ban. So why did India not use it?

There is often a consideration of identity in most of what we do today, but at the same time, there is a lot that remains to be understood and identified. Here's a look at the subject from the eyes of Greek God Theseus.

The Narendra Modi led BJP government in India is pursuing a hardline stance against encryption and user privacy. A proposed set of changes would grant sweeping new powers to the Executive to censor content on platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook. Pallavi Khatri from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, explains the proposed changes.

July 31, 2019

Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes has called for breaking up the tech giant. Is this the opportune time to revisit the old debate concerning tech companies and their influence?

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