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Why do we see the world in 3D? Let’s try to understand it by exploring the mysterious parallax effect
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Parallax: The trickery of eyes that unveils the universe
Author: Sridevi K
Screaming technicians and exploding frogs — contact explosives are sure to liven up even the dullest of classroom activities.
Contact explosives : chemistry is a blast!
Author: Chris Riggs
Visualising 'White Lies' - A new approach for catching liars on the spot.
Author: Despoina Allagioti
Scientists have recently combined biology and technology to create a cellar model that exhibits intelligence
The creation of Synthetic Biological Intelligence
By Sandrine Bakam