Thou Shalt Not string without an Arrow

Ever used a bow and arrow? Archery is a display of strength, focus and precision and the science behind it is fascinating in itself. Bows are no toys to be meddled with and “dry firing” it is a “must not do” act. Find out why in this article.

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The Marvels of Strain Energy

Long ago, some genius invented the mechanical spring and since then, it has found its applications in myriads of fields, ranging from Engineering to Biology. Yes, Biology too! Wondered how kangaroos hop efficiently, why the tendons in your legs are more resilient than a car’s steel suspensions or why cheetahs and horses run faster than human beings? Dive into this post to get these questions answered!

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In 1801, Richard Trevithick, a Cornish mine manager, built the first steam-powered carriage, considered as the first automobile or motor vehicle. Then in 1834, Thomas Davenport, an American blacksmith, and inventor, developed the first DC electric motor and used it to power locomotives. In subsequent years, Robert Anderson’s battery-powered electric vehicle(non-rechargeable) came up, giving birth […]