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Created by: Sangeetha

India 6-1011+

Started: September 20th, 2021

Status: Active, 106 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Epi 88: How tiny little robots are crawling our underground pipes and fixing leaks
00:11:04 | January 26th, 2023

The UK loses 3 billion litres of water every day through leaks in its underground water pipes. That's a LOT of water. Enough to fill a few hundred Olympic size swimming pools. Imagine all the fun kids can have splashing in these pools? But no, all that water  is lost!

Epi 87: ChatGPT: where you combine coding and learning with a dose of fun
00:13:35 | January 20th, 2023

The world has been abuzz with a secret new weapon that can turn every student's essay into a worthy A+ piece of paper. This weapon can also turn every worst programmer's nightmare into a dream. By generating lines of code with no bugs. It is also a weapon that has turned every teacher's dream into a nightmare. Having to figure out if the essay was really written by their student of this secret weapon.

Epi 86: Why the Dead Sea is really dying?
00:15:39 | January 12th, 2023

The word Dead sea conjures images of people relaxing in the sea, floating with books in hand or just enjoying the starry images of the sky and the beaches around.  But, if you plan on enjoying this anytime, you might need to make it there sooner rather than later.

Epi 85: 8 billion people – is Earth overflowing?
00:10:13 | January 9th, 2023

It has taken us a short 11 years from 2011 to 2022 to touch 8 billion people on this world. Babies are born all over the world. But if you did take a time machine into the future, you are most likely to see those babies born in Africa and Asia and emptier  maternity hospitals in the western countries.

Epi 84: Tiger sharks carrying cameras on their back – whoever heard of such a thing
00:14:34 | January 5th, 2023

What does the grass lying on the bottom of the ocean have to do with the cars we drive? Here's a trivia that will help you make the connection. The seagrass absorbs way more carbon than the tall trees on land. So, weep not, if you have been worried about the Amazon rainforests getting the axe. Help is at hand. 

Sports wrap 2022: FIFA world cup, T20 world cup and Tennis GOATs
00:24:29 | December 24th, 2022

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Space exploration in 2022: All that's colourful from James Webb telescope, Mission DART crashing into an asteroid and why the ISS may be losing a member
00:15:55 | December 22nd, 2022

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Robotics in 2022 – VR goggles, video-game characters, cyborg cockroaches and electric autos
00:18:06 | December 18th, 2022

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Created by: Sangeetha
Started: September 20th, 2021
Status: Active, 106 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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