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Rainbow Flag for Pakistan?

No other news has drastic impact to countries miles away from each other than the news of American Courts to legalize the same gender marriage. It was the historic moment for United States of America but on other hand it’s complete opposite to nature law. 312 more words

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Materials Engineering: A practical solution for energy crisis

Air pollution and global warming are two of the greatest concerns of human health and political stability. Energy insecurity and growing prices of conventional energy sources such as fossil fuel and atomic energy are the other challenges of the developing society of the current century. 235 more words

Materials Science And Engineering

Solar Distribution Channel: Customer Points or Pain Points

A robust distribution channel plays a significant role in rolling out any new product. As solar industry is growing in India, people are eager to shift to alternate source of energy. 581 more words

Energy Poverty

The Undeniable: South Africa's Energy Crisis

The Low Down

In the time where nations are divesting in dirty energy such as coal and nuclear, South Africa, one of the largest economies in Africa decides to invest in almost R1 trillion in nuclear energy. 819 more words

Perfectly imperfect

Some of my best friends are expats. No, really.  I’ve been through two waves of people leaving South Africa for various reasons, to the extent that I remember lying awake at night wondering who my future children would have as playmates. 1,113 more words

WHAT IS PIEZO-ELECTRICITY? 

Piezo-electricity is electrical energy produced from mechanical pressure (including motions such as walking). When pressure is applied to an object, a negative charge is produced on the expanded side and a positive charge on the compressed side. 863 more words

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Oil crunch, Boko Haram war, power cuts welcome Buhari

Crippling fuel shortages, power cuts, slowing economic growth and Islamist militants wreaking havoc. Muhammadu Buhari is taking on a tough job when he’s sworn in as Nigeria’s president on Friday.Former military ruler Buhari, 72, swept incumbent Goodluck Jonathan from office in March elections by pledging to end endemic corruption and Boko Haram’s rebellion in the north.His stewardship of Nigeria, this time as elected president, may depend on the price of crude, which supplies the government with more than two-thirds of its income.“If you look at expectation and look at funding, there’s quite a gap,” Olusegun Sotola, a research fellow at the Lagos-based Initiative for Public Policy Analysis, said by phone. 685 more words

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