The Incessant Widening of the Wealth Gap

The Incessant Widening of the Wealth Gap
Why do the rich stay rich and the poor remain poor?
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The Comeback of Retro-Tech

The Comeback of Retro-Tech
They say old is gold - here’s why.
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Unraveling Ribosomes and Breaking Barriers

Unraveling Ribosomes and Breaking Barriers
The sixth edition of Newton Speaks saw Dr. Ada E. Yonath - Israeli protein crystallographer who was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - take us through an engaging conversation about ribosomes and new generation antibiotics.
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How did NITC help in the change?

How did NITC help in the change?
Read all about NITC’s contributions to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic and the people who spearheaded these projects.
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Deja vu: Our brain’s fact-checker!

Deja vu: Our brain's fact-checker!
Next time you experience something you think you’ve experienced before, think again!
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From Script to Screen

From Script to Screen
The fifth edition of Newton Speaks saw Pete Michels, the Supervising Director of popular shows like Rick and Morty, Family Guy, and The Simpsons, take us on a tour of the animations and behind-the-scenes of our favourite sitcoms.
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The Enigma of the Butterfly Effect

The Enigma of the Butterfly Effect
An interpretation of the chaotic nature of the universe.
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Can data tell us stories?

Can data tell us stories?
Predicting the type of a particle using a classification algorithm.
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Data Plans: A Double-dealing?

Data Plans: A Double-dealing?
Uncovering the truth behind the mobile data business.
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Why is the Mona Lisa so Intriguing ?

Why is the Mona Lisa so Intriguing ?
Exploring the tales behind this priceless sixteenth-century artwork.
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