Category: Innovation

  • Last Week in Science; From 26th February to 3rd March

    Last Week in Science; From 26th February to 3rd March

    The cosmos has been abuzz with discoveries, harmonies, and microscopic wonders. From gravitational waves to stardust cells, our scientific journey has been nothing short of captivating. So you better make like Jasmine, because I can show you the world, but only the world between February 26th and March 3rd, 2024. I know I’m not a…

  • Last Week in Science: 19th to 25th February, 2024

    Last Week in Science: 19th to 25th February, 2024

    Hello, science lovers! Welcome to the second edition of Last Week Science, where I share the most exciting and fascinating news from the world of science. This week, we have some amazing stories, from the brightest and fastest quasar ever seen, to the most complete skeleton of a Chinese dragon, to the psychology of great…

  • Last Week in Science 12th to 18th February

    Last Week in Science 12th to 18th February

    Hello, science lovers! Welcome to the first edition of Last Week in Science, a series for passerby readers and those who want to get into the nitty-gritty of things (everything written is cited for your reading pleasure), where we bring you the latest and greatest discoveries from the world of science. Last week, we had…

  • Bytes of Flavor: How Tech Spices Up Pakistani Cuisine for the Modern Palate

    Bytes of Flavor: How Tech Spices Up Pakistani Cuisine for the Modern Palate

    In the heart of Pakistan, where the aroma of spices wafts through bustling bazaars and family recipes are treasured like heirlooms, technology has emerged as an unexpected yet crucial guardian of the nation’s culinary heritage. In a world where traditions often collide with the rapid pace of modernity, technology has become a bridge, connecting generations…

  • Unlocking Education’s Potential: Virtual Reality and Immersive Learning

    Unlocking Education’s Potential: Virtual Reality and Immersive Learning

    Look, I’ll be honest. I am scared of driving – and I often find myself thinking that it would be less daunting if I could learn everything about it through simulations before actually driving. Fortunately, I was born in the era of technological innovation, and in recent years, virtual reality (VR) technology has emerged as…

  • WebMD: When Self-Diagnosis Takes Over

    WebMD: When Self-Diagnosis Takes Over

    If you haven’t googled your symptoms at 3 am and diagnosed yourself with everything from leprosy to several types of cancers, can you even call yourself an internet user? In the modern era, the accessibility of online health resources has provided individuals with instant access to vast medical knowledge and resources, enabling them to easily…

  • Pixelating Prose: The Role of Technology in Literature

    Pixelating Prose: The Role of Technology in Literature

    In the hallowed halls of literary history, poetry has been a revered form of artistic expression, capturing the essence of human emotions and experiences. Traditionally, preserving these poetic treasures involved dusting off ancient tomes, carefully turning delicate pages, and hoping time would be kind. However, the digital era has ushered in a revolution, transforming how…

  • Menu Metamorphosis: The QR Code Revolution

    Menu Metamorphosis: The QR Code Revolution

    Up until a while ago, one of the first signs that you were socially considered a “grown-up” was that you’d also be handed a menu card alongside your parents. The laminated pages, slightly worn at the edges, were a familiar companion in the dining ritual. However, with the march of technology, this age-old tradition has…

  • The Age of AI: Accelerate or Brake?

    The Age of AI: Accelerate or Brake?

    The “evolution of technology” is a phrase that’s been part of our daily vernacular and our debates since we were kids. After all, technology has been evolving constantly, and so has its impact on our lives. However, AI is perhaps the greatest thing since the internet itself, and it has drastically changed how most of…

  • A Day in the Life of the Red Planet

    A Day in the Life of the Red Planet

    NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover, designed for exploration, has recently showcased a different facet of its capabilities—serving as a celestial timekeeper on the Martian surface. During its two-week hiatus in November 2023, a period known as the Mars solar conjunction, the rover transformed into a stationary sundial, capturing the subtle nuances of a Martian day from…

  • Future Fest 2024: Azam Malik’s Invitation at TechConfluence 24

    Future Fest 2024: Azam Malik’s Invitation at TechConfluence 24

    At the core of TechConfluence 24, Azam Malik, Co-founder of Future Fest and Managing Director of Ejad Lab, delivered an invigorating talk that went beyond the confines of a typical address. Within the lively atmosphere of TechConfluence 24, Malik warmly invited students and innovators from all corners of Pakistan to partake in the technological spectacle…

  • TechConfluence 24: Innovate, Connect, Inspire!

    TechConfluence 24: Innovate, Connect, Inspire!

    The recent hosting of TechConfluence 24 by the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) proved to be a highly anticipated and student-organized event, offering a rich platform for the exchange of knowledge and exploration of technology. This annual gathering showcased a vibrant amalgamation of national and international collaborations, expert speakers, and live product demonstrations, providing…