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Simulating learning environments

With technology advancing tremendously, it is now possible to simulate anything from microbial behaviour to astronomical phenomena.

Teacher Plus | Jan 2021
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‘Smart’ gaming for the differently-abled

Giving ‘Make In India’ a young twist, three talented city lads have come up with a gaming device for the visually impaired
Teacher Plus | Jan 2021
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Help Aspiring Students Pursue their Academics Abroad

The Red Pen has many partners. We work with sports consultant CASE, who specialise in sports admissions, Curiosity Gym, a leader in the market space, Indian Raga, a global community of performing arts, and others
Edex Live | 27th November 2019
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St. Mary's School Mazgaon, Mumbai

Providing a hands-on learning environment to students
EducationWorld November 2019 | EW Analytics
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How a 17 YO is Saving India's Coral & Marine Life

Using 3D printing to design reefs that could be planted in the ocean bed
Rediff.com | 17th July 2019
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Adaptive Spoon Helps those with Parkinson's

This project tackles a problem that we see all the time: a cost-effective, open-source solution to a medical issue where the only alternatives are much more expensive
Hackaday | 9th January 2019
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Playing a simple game may help you understand the world of virtual wealth and blockchain
The Hindu | 28th September 2018
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Age No Bar – Walk into this 3-D Printing Space
The Indian Express | 2nd September 2018
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There was no talking at the 3D-doodling workshop, just mouths agape and collective gasps as Girish Nair literally drew things out of thin air.
Hindustan Times | 6th February 2018
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Weekly session in mechatronics at Mount Litera School
Hindustan Times | 3rd October 2017
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Curiosity Gym is a DIY-oriented maker space platform with a focus on applied learning, tinkering, prototyping and product making
Inc 42 | 16th August 2017
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Curiosity Gym is all about: a place for people of all ages to walk in and allow for the sparking of one’s own curiosity through applied learning, tinkering, prototyping or creating.
Mid-day | 16th June 2017
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Girish Nair, the founder of Curiosity Gym, said 3D printing and the new forms of technology needed to be taught to children at an early age so they could adapt and create innovative products
The Indian Express | 14th June 2017
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Curiosity Gym covered by Maker Tour France

Girish Nair, the founder of Curiosity Gym, said 3D printing and the new forms of technology needed to be taught to children at an early age so they could adapt and create innovative products
YOURSTORY | May 2017
The Journey of the Sanitary Napkin dispenser in the press
YOURSTORY | 28th April 2017
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The need to have Tinkering Labs and Innovation hubs in every school
Education World | 10th March 2017
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Drones are all the rage at big events and celebrations, buzzing around over our heads and capturing fun images and videos
Mid-day| 28th December 2016
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The Idiotware Shield is a learning platform for quickly bringing to life hundreds of Arduino projects, whether you’re a novice or expert
OPEN ELECTRONICS | 21st December 2016
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If you’re waiting for a much sought-after letter, checking your mailbox every five minutes can be a roller-coaster of emotion — not to mention time-consuming
Hackaday | 15th November 2016
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Across India, these spaces are offering people of all ages the opportunity to give their ideas shape and hone their craft
Gulf News | 5th October 2016
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The idea of these places is to contribute towards the growth of the artist community across spectrums
The Times of India | 16th July 2016
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The maker movement’s bringing together DIY enthusiasts of all shades from hobbyists making furniture to youngsters building satellite ground stations, drones and robots
The Telegraph | 13th March 2016
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