I Kid You Not
Written by Tanishq Agarwal, a grade 12 student.
As a biomedical engineer, you are both a doctor and engineer at the same time, and your job is to use your principles of engineering and design and apply them to medicine, to develop technologies for human welfare…
One minute read. Written by a grade 6 student.
Wildfires have been raging in Australia for the past four months. Thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 6 student.
Global warming comes under the broader topic of climate change, which not only includes global warming but also the “side effects” of warming, which include glaciers melting, sea levels rising as a result, oceans warming, storms, heatwaves, and more frequent and intense droughts…
30-second read. Written by Soham Saxena – a grade 5 student.
Papyrus is something like paper, only it is thicker. It was used in ancient times to write on
Written by Samaira Aima, a grade 11 student.
Sanitation workers are the backbone of the waste management systems, but most of them work in inhuman conditions. They have no rights, no social security and work without basic safety gear. .
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