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The World of Molecular Machines

Humans have harnessed fire, created and tamed electricity, and invented antibiotics… the list of human achievements is seemingly infinite. Each discovery of this magnitude changes the usual course of things, without a doubt, and is a step toward a better future. The same is expected of nanotechnology – a young science that studies objects on the atomic scale. It all started with a single lecture.

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Megaproject

The Light of Asia

This was the intended name for the statue that was to be installed at Port Said at the entrance of the Canal in the second half of the 19the century.

Technology

Catching Sunbeams

Civilization began when man first harnessed fire. At first, fire gave only warmth and protection, but later, humans tamed fire’s heat and used it to move heavy machines and mechanisms, launch planes, illuminate streets, and so on.

Biology

Planet of the Apes

Macaques can do math, and chimpanzees and gorillas can joke, understand words, communicate in sign language… and even fry fish. Terrible as it may seem, they can deceive their elders. So if you ever tried to change a C in your teacher’s gradebook to an A – you know you’re not the only one. What else are apes capable of ?

Physics

How old are you Earth?

Aristotle believed that the Earth existed forever. The Roman poet Lucretius, on the contrary, believed that the Earth appeared not long before the Trojan War.

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From the Readers

Jaishaun Douglas

OYLA, the kids magazine, is a unique periodical filled with knowledge and information useful to kids like me.Every topic is discussed with clarity and focus, giving importancs to its origin and development. It has not ignored the little toothbrush to the game of tic-tac-toe-explaining its history and usage.That the contents come closer to my curriculum, helps me relate to subjects of my study. While the pictorial representation and description is an added advantage, the quality of the pictures cannot be left unappreciated. On the whole, Oyla, page to page is wrapped with facts and intelligence. I genuinely take this opportunity to appreciate their legitimate hardwork and efforts in preparing the magazine for young readers like me. Wish you many more years of knowledge sharing.

R.SIDDHARTH

I like OYLA so much; it gives me knowledge, fun and sometimes I have seen funny pictures. In OYLA I like the May issue(#5) as it came during summer holidays.I got interested when I saw the topics " How about a coffee" and " A cup of Coffee" in the table of content. So far, I thought coffee was a bush, but it is a tree. I was so surprised to read that the most expensive coffee was made from coffee bean found in an animals excrement. People of Finland drank a little too much of coffee while Canadians drank coffee least in the top 10 countries; but India does not even show up in the list. OYLA advised me not to drink an espresso because it is bitter. Cappuccino is what I drink but it is a littlt different; it is made of milk and had foam, sometimes they draw on the foam. And there are a lot more that I never knew. In another article. I learned that Japanese cant pronounce "L" or evenanything that starts with the letter "L". I used to watch anime, and it is real that Japanese dogs do bark "Kian-Kian". And in anime, OYLA says, that they speak perfect Japanese. It is not real! The voice actors speak like they are half- Japanese.

Tarunika P

Each issue of OYLA has a load of fascinating topics that attract readers of all ages. Topics explained in simple language and the concepts are easier to grasp. Able to gather lot of information from each topic of very few pages. Each topic is discussed in different perspectives and the coverage is superb. Helps to get the glimpse of topics that are unknown to me and they are starting points for further exploration. Best science magazine ever read. makes me eagerly waiting for the next issue.

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About STEM

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teaching the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.

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Superconductivity

Superconductivity is a phenomenon that has shaken up the scientific community on numerous occasions throughout the 20th century-even bringing different researchers Nobel Prizes on seven separate occasions. Thanks to these studies, we have high-speed bullet trains, tomography, supercomputers, and the Large Hadron Collider. Furthermore, in New York in 2008, the first superconducting power line in the world was established. Its capacity is 10 times greater than that of conventional copper conductors. So what is special about this phenomenon, and what causes superconductivity?

The Light of Asia

This was the intended name for the statue that was to be installed at Port Said at the entrance of the Canal in the second half of the 19the century.

Catching Sunbeams

Civilization began when man first harnessed fire. At first, fire gave only warmth and protection, but later, humans tamed fire’s heat and used it to move heavy machines and mechanisms, launch planes, illuminate streets, and so on.

Contributors

Intelligent helmet, license and insurance system is a cost effective assistive technology to provide security ot the bikers against road accidents. It includes arduino microcontroller, alcohol sensor, RFID reader, GSM module, Push button, LCD screen, Buzzer, and finally a Motor guide.

The concepts of acid and base are introduced to students in school. These substances find use in daily life. Substances like tamarind, vinegar, lemon and other citrus fruits are acidic in nature and are sour to taste. Similarly bases are bitter in taste.

Square is the result of multiplying a number by itself (or) Raising to the power 2, i.e. (nxn)or n^2.

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