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The Glimpse is an online magazine giving insights into the areas of science, technology, lifestyle, health and innovation.
  • Wait till You see These Buildings…

    In recent times, even architects have realized the importance of space-conscious and environment friendly designs and initiatives. When it comes to futuristic buildings, the structure alone does not tell the whole story. Such buildings are not only visually appealing, but also offer some key solutions to problems that lie ahead. In the last few years,

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    Stem Cell Research Pioneering Tissue Replacement and New Organs

    Stem cells are basically undifferentiated biological cells which are capable of differentiating into specialized cells and division through mitosis—to produce multiple new stem cells. They act as power packed repair systems for our body and are used for replenishing damaged adult tissues. Read on for valuable insights into how stem cell research is being used

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    An Exploration of the Fibreoptic Revolution

    During the last couple of decades the world of computers and technology has been developing at an incredibly fast rate, with nearly all devices getting exponentially faster, smaller and more powerful. One of the most important breakthroughs we made was in communication and online data transfer; today, it is possible for virtually anyone connected to

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    Can You Regrow Teeth As An Adult?

    Having perfectly shaped teeth is something that everyone desires, but unfortunately not everyone was born with naturally nice teeth. There are many things that can alter your smile, but one of the worst things that could ever happen is having your tooth get chipped or completely cracked off. Getting implants is probably the last resort

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    How Many Burglars Does It Take To Steal A Light Bulb?

    Tired of getting your light bulbs stolen by filthy burglars? Sick of living in a dark house? In the Middle Ages, this problem was not an issue at all. Not only because they had pits with crocodiles, cauldrons of boiling oil and goblins watching over the treasure piles; also because the light bulb was not