Ever wondered how an aircraft manages to stay afloat in the air for such long hours? Or how satellites are sent into the orbits of other celestial bodies and missions to other planets organised? The answer lies in Aerospace Engineering. It is divided into two branches- Aeronautical-science of flight machines within the atmosphere, and Astronautics-navigation beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.
The world would never progress without research and development scientists. The scientific innovation would be non-existent, there will be no exciting technological advances, we would still be using Atari computers, people would suffer as medicines wouldn’t have progressed since the Middle Ages etc.
One of the branches of Engineering that involves modification of genome of an organism by using biotechnology is called Genetic Engineering. It has opened a floodgate of endless possibilities, you can hardly begin to imagine. Compelling, isn’t it?
Chapter 1: The start of it all – year 2002 Hello everyone, my name is Indradeep Mazumdar or as people fondly call me Indy, and I am here to tell you my story and share what I have learned over the last 14 years after my graduation.Over several blogs, I want to take you through the journey of a Bong engineer to an entrepreneur in Australia and along the way discuss certain decision points and junctions in my life, but more on that later.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is an acronym that refers to the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The term is typically used when addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools to improve competitiveness in science and technology development.