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Handicapped Artist Creates Incredible Chalk Art

By Kavi Dolasia on January 15, 2011
Handicapped Artist Creates Incredible Chalk Art

All of us use chalk to draw hop-scotch squares or silly smiley faces but very few know how to use it like Cong Langui, China's chalk art master. What is even more amazing is that he has garnered all this talent on his own, as a way to surmount the hardships, life has thrown at him.

iPhone Cookie Hits The Spot!

By Meera Dolasia on January 14, 2011
iPhone Cookie Hits The Spot!

For all of you who cannot get enough of Apple Inc.'s sleek products, here is a sweet one to add to your list - And we mean literally, because while it may closely resemble the iPhone it is  edible and if reports are to be believed, quite delectable.

Robot Teachers Roll Into South Korean Classrooms

By Meera Dolasia on January 13, 2011
Robot Teachers Roll Into South Korean Classrooms

A number of fortunate students at 21 elementary schools in the Southeast city of Daegu, South Korea are testing out a new kind of educator - A robot teacher. The 29 droids that have been deployed for a five-month trial, are the brainchild of The Korean Institute of Technology, which is trying to promote the integration of robots into people's daily lives.

China's Harbin Ice And Snow Festival Celebrates 27th Year

By Meera Dolasia on January 12, 2011
China's Harbin Ice And Snow Festival Celebrates 27th Year

While this year's excessive cold snap is a nuisance for most people who live in the Northern Hemisphere, it is probably being welcomed with open arms by the residents of Harbin, one of China's coldest cities and host to the world's largest and most spectacular Ice and Snow Festival.

Florida Man Plans To Spend Entire January Alongside Lions!

By Meera Dolasia on January 11, 2011
Florida Man Plans To Spend Entire January Alongside Lions!

A mere roar from a wild cat is enough to send most of us scampering for cover, so you can only imagine what kind of courage it would take, to spend an entire month living with not one, but two wild cats!

Video Of The Week - The World's Smallest Periodic Table Of Elements

By Meera Dolasia on January 10, 2011
Video Of The Week - The World's Smallest Periodic Table Of Elements

Scientists from United Kingdom's University of Nottingham's Nanotechnology and Nanoscience Center have managed to do something quite fascinating - Fit the entire Periodic Table of Elements, including all known Actinides and Lanthanides onto a professor's single strand of curly hair!

Five-Year Old's Christmas Gift - An App To Communicate

By Kavi Dolasia on January 10, 2011
Five-Year Old's Christmas Gift - An App To Communicate

Think you had a good Christmas? I guarantee you it was not as good as Victor Pauca's who received something he's been wanting for years - The ability to communicate his thoughts and feelings!

Elementary School Science Study Gets International Recognition

By Meera Dolasia on January 9, 2011
Elementary School Science Study Gets International Recognition

Thirty youngsters from Blackawaton Primary School in Devon, England have earned themselves the bragging rights of becoming the youngest scientists to get published in a prestigious science journal.

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