• I want to start selling T-shirts. Where do I begin?

    Jun 21, 2021

    I want to start selling T-shirts. Where do I begin?

  • What to look for when buying any Product

    Jun 20, 2021

    When we buy a product, mostly we first focus on use, then price then brand mostly forget safety

    People focus mostly on the price and use.

  • Experiment – Generation Of Electricity from Wind

    Mar 31, 2019

    Wind is moving air and caused by differences in air pressure within our atmosphere or we can say it is the flow of gases on a large scale. Wind is caused by uneven heating of the atmosphere by the sun, variations in the earth’s surface, and rotation of the earth. Mountains, bodies of water, and vegetation all influence wind flow patterns.

  • Observation Research and Study

    Mar 5, 2019

    1.  Problem/Purpose
    Increase satisfaction and ease of use when interacting with a refrigerator. Basically, we need to improve the design and functionalities of the refrigerator to make it more user-friendly, easy to use and feature rich to satisfy our customers. To achieve this goal, we have to hear what our customers and stakeholders are looking for in a good solution.
    2.  References
    International Journal of Refrigeration Principles of refrigeration working Washington University at St Louis  
    3.  Assumptions
    Surveys conducted are anonymous, only type of user (home, working, etc.) is askedOur scope is limited to the interaction with the refrigerator; very less or no consideration is given to the environment in which refrigerator is being used.Survey and Interview sample size is 20-25 peoples having different level of interactions and use cases with the refrigerator. We assumed this sample size is enough for our scope.We are assuming that we are doing all these exercises to improve a business position in the market.  
    4.  Results
    The main pain areas resulting from user interviews, contextual observations, surveys  with the refrigerator use are: The refrigerator is not modular and doesn’t suit the containers if they are very large or small.Very painful to every time open the door just to see what is there inside and control the temperature.Very difficult to move from one place to other to clean it or floor under it.Almost all the participants wanted some indication in a display like temperature, capacity, odor level etc. The other interesting finding is that customers like their brands with their heart and would not like to switch to different brand if purchasing a new refrigerator but can reconsider their decision if reliability in the form of warranty is provided.
    5.  Conclusions
    The main findings are that user (voice of almost all users) wants to save the time while interacting with and using the refrigerator. He wants nearly everything to be automated, handy, and easy to use with low learning curve. We have suggested few design changes and inclusion of new technologies like electronic nose to detect odor in the refrigerator and alarming, use of LEDs for saving power and providing uniform lighting, inverter technology of using the compressor heat to efficiently convert back to electric power and demand based power usage. Proposed Recommendations: Provision of giving settings controls and LCD/LED display outside the refrigerator so the user needs not to open the door and bend every time just to check or change the temperature, see inside the refrigerator.Transparent Walls with reversible opaque capability. Person with the press of switch or remote can switch between transparent exterior and opaque exterior.Modular design    
  • Innovative Thinking

    Feb 23, 2019


    for this article – Roberta B. Ness (worked on Ovarian Cancer)

  • Microservices Part 1 – Basic Concepts

    Feb 17, 2019

    A microservice is an architectural style with small services which are

  • Annual tax filing for LLP in India

    Feb 17, 2019

    LLP Stakeholders

  • Few thoughts on Origin of Universe

    Feb 16, 2019

    Big bang

  • Airbnb Data Science team experience – Jeff Feng

    Feb 15, 2019

    Without experimentation, if we release a new feature and see the following graph, we can infer that with the introduction of a new feature the sales have increased. 

  • Model-Based Machine Learning

    Feb 15, 2019

    ML not equal to data + black box 

  • Story of business @Sciloo – Customer or Selling

    Dec 8, 2018

    When you come to this article, it shows that you really want to understand what goes inside a business and how you can make it successful.

  • Sciloo – Amazon Activate | Builder startup program

    Jul 19, 2018

    Today we got Amazon Activate Builder program approval for our startup, the discussion point was around proving that we are not an e-commerce company but a full-fledged AI/Machine Learning based educational startup.
  • Sciloo Caffè Nonno – a place for coffee and chocolate lovers

    Jul 17, 2018

    Launching Sciloo Caffè Nonno

  • Strategy for Startups – Fundamentals and Market

    Jun 24, 2018

    The Core of any Business

  • Prolific inventors – talk with one such inventor

    Jun 4, 2018

    Many of us know that Edison holds around 1084 patent but do you know he doesn’t have the highest number of patents. The highest number of patents at the time of this writings are 5183, almost 5 times than Edison’s. In this article, I will summarize my learnings from one of such inventors – Mark Johnson [2] (holds more than 500 patents, but not on the list).

  • free research papers for all – scihub

    May 29, 2018

    It is the first website in the world to provide public access to research papers. Refer to

  • Book Review – See It with a Small Telescope -101 Cosmic Wonders

    May 28, 2018

    When learning about how to use a telescope and how to make one yourself, we came across a very good site [1] maintained by Will Kalif and were impressed by the content on the website, it is the culmination of years of experience and insights.

  • Sciloo on

    May 4, 2018

    Your favorite products are now available on Amazon India.

  • Art and science of coffee making

    Apr 22, 2018

    This article shows one of our founder’s passion about the art of coffee making and drinking. Firstly, you should recognize that costly equipment will not give you a great cup of coffee if you don’t put efforts in fine tuning the process that ultimately affects the taste. Just check the video below to get the feel of complete process.

  • Sciloo – now a startup india recognized startup

    Apr 6, 2018

  • Why we can’t see stars in daytime on earth?

    Mar 30, 2018

    Have you ever wondered why don’t we see stars and planets in the daytime on earth? One day, a curious kid was asking question after seeing Jupiter in the early hours that where this Jupiter is gone now, why we can’t see it. I was enthralled and at the same time happy to see such curiosity. This is what differentiate us from animals.
    Then I thought, is this question valid in space particularly if we are standing on the moon? It becomes more interesting when moon come into the picture. So this question can be divided into two parts.

  • Photos of experiments using Microscope, Binocular, Telescope, and Camera

    Mar 11, 2018

    Previous months have been quite busy, hence we couldn’t post for long time. Now, we are back with a bang of fresh energy.
    In the past many days, we conducted many experiments from building small microscope at home to understanding optics, etc., we will share the details of how to build these things in coming weeks.
    As of now, you can access all our media of experiments that we do using Microscope, Binocular, Telescope, and Camera at

  • Inventive thinking – Part 1 (Overview)

    Oct 8, 2017

    There are many ways an invention can be done, we will discuss most important ones below.

  • Ball floating in the air – find reasons?

    Oct 2, 2017

    See the amazing behaviour of the ball with the blower. The air coming from the blower is normally at constant pressure and for round objects, this creates a floating environment which is unbelievable.

  • Why no mosquito in day time – do they sleep?

    Oct 1, 2017

    Mosquitoes are crepuscular insects. It means they are the most active during twilight i.e. the period of dawn and dusk. Mosquitoes that consume blood are female.

  • Startup in India Free – Part 2 (Target)

    Sep 17, 2017

    Now that you have learned about different types of formal businesses in India. We are going to focus on LLP from now on.

  • Registering a Startup in India Free – Part 1 (Basics)

    Sep 9, 2017

    As you all may be knowing that there are different ways to start a business/startup in India

  • Value for Customer and Stakeholders

    Sep 3, 2017

    We need to focus on the following two dimensions to ensure that our innovation has a future.

  • Discovery and Growth – managing the innovation projects

    Aug 28, 2017

    Managing an innovative projects focus on

  • Coffee builds you

    Aug 26, 2017

    Post on art and science of coffee coming soon!  Enjoy coffee and reading – live curious.

  • art of teaching

    Aug 20, 2017

    A teacher needs to recognize that they’re not working alone, It’s very easy for teachers to become isolated within their classrooms and also with their problems.

    A few years back, teachers used to feel happy to go to seniors (head/principal) and talk openly about the problems they were facing, but now it is very difficult to think and do. Now, we live in a situation in schools in which people and the idea of collaboration are slowly disappearing.

    Teaching is about learning and developing certain skills, certain competencies and keeping certain strategies at your disposal. Without empathy and considerations about social economic backgrounds of students, these competencies become very unhelpful for teachers and it produces a very limited idea of what teaching is.

    But without questions, there are going to be no answers. And so the importance of asking questions is being recognized and a lot more now. We always remember a teacher who has touched us in some way. For a good teacher, children think he is one of them and one of us too. Teaching isn’t just about certain skills, competencies, strategies, etc., there’s something else that is also required.

    Reflective Practice

    Reflection practice challenges assumptions that we bring with us into teaching and it questions us how we should do things differently in a better way. It reinforces our belief in what we do. Challenging our assumption is very difficult thing to do because we don’t know what our assumptions are and that’s the reason they’re called assumptions.

    During our lifetime we develop certain mental frameworks – ways of understanding the world, experiencing the world. new experiences, new information. Instead of changing the way we look at the world, we try to manipulate this new experience to challenge it. We try to manipulate it in such a way that we can fit it into our existing understandings. You know, I think we all understand how, how we do this. and, you know, these are our assumptions.

    If we don’t challenge our assumptions, we would always just stay the way that we are and nothing grows with us.

    Reflexive teaching

    Reflexivity encourages us to understand our practice in relation to the society/the world in which we live. We should understand how our students socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds have an impact on how they experience schooling.  It is not about thinking just ourselves in isolation, about our personal qualities, our competencies, it’s about developing an understanding of the impact of students lives outside of school, on the way they are and the way they learn inside the school. It would include, for example, understanding the impact of emotions on students.

    Understanding behavior more in terms of what happens outside of school and developing appropriate ways of dealing with not just dismissing someone’s behavior as bad, or unacceptable. We may feel we need to punish bad behavior but teaching is about trying to understand it in terms of a student’s wider life. We cannot just treat our emotions as things that we can just dump any place conveniently. We carry them with us all the time, we are humans.

    The most important thing we’re encouraged to leave out the classroom or interaction our feelings – Teachers are not supposed to have feelings. This is wrong. We need to support our kids emotionally by understanding why they are behaving in a particular manner by asking questions so that they can explain.

    We need to be an ear to them who don’t ignore them and listen to them with embrace and compassion.

  • Know and spread intelligence

    Jul 3, 2017

    Intelligence – as we know it

  • Parenting for better learnings

    Jun 27, 2017

    Build on – expose the world to them

  • Choosing your startup team

    May 17, 2017

    In startup and in entrepreneur journey, people often go faster alone and they believe it too, but they go much further when they work together in a team. Even if you are very talented, your skills might not be enough for the project.

  • Innovation – linear/slow or exponential/fast

    May 17, 2017

    We need to elaborate the problems we are solving more clearly so that their solutions becomes transparent. We should not only be focusing on the technical part but also on validating the ideas and its reach. Henry Ford mass produced internal combustion engine and cars which were available only for few rich people earlier, he created a new market with significant social impacts.

  • Starting a technical startup – evaluating the idea/opportunity

    May 16, 2017

    We will see what kind of problems/misconceptions you can face in a tech startup. People get often confused between industry and market. There is a laser industry.However, there is no laser market. There is a welding market, a cutting market etc where lasers are used.

  • How we learn (approaches) Part2-Learning to learn (active learning)

    May 11, 2017

    Forceful learning
  • How we learn (approaches)-kids focus-Part1

    May 10, 2017

    Learning can be divided into 4 parts and greatly depends on the learner’s purpose.

  • Stargazing – first voyage into the space

    May 7, 2017

    Stargazing is the best part of our workshop. Kids were invited along with parents to share their joy and aha moments. Every child enjoyed the observation of stars and planets. They observed the craters and the surface of the moon. Some planets like Jupiter and moon of Jupiter were shown to the kids and their parents.

  • Optics – Light and its behaviour/properties

    May 7, 2017

    Light is also a form of energy. Light has dual nature which means it behaves like a wave as well as a particle.

  • Gravity – Newton and Einstein definition – demonstration

    Apr 24, 2017

    Gravity is a very interesting topic, its understanding is improving with time from Newton’s idea to Einstein’s imagination. In our workshop, we discussed the theory of Gravity according to Newton and Einstein. It was discussed with a demonstration/model about space bending with the help of a rubber/polyethene sheet with a heavy ball in the centre and light ball around it.

  • Newton’s car – third law of motion (rocket principle)

    Apr 23, 2017

    This model works on the principle of newton’s 3rd law – EVERY ACTION HAS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION.

  • Experiment with Solar Energy – How a solar panel works

    Apr 23, 2017

    Often we are told that we can convert light/heat energy from the sun to electricity but we have not seen a real example of it. This video demonstrates one such case where solar power is operating DC motors.
    This concept can be extended to electric cars or solar powered cars with electricity storage in batteries and charging from solar power.

  • Home made Solar System with plastic balls and colours

    Apr 3, 2017

    Kids learn by feeling the real things or their physical model rather than virtual things like image, video, etc. Physical interactions improve their motor and sensory skills too and create the joy of learning.

  • Story of life – Know your value

    Mar 27, 2017

    Life – bag of happiness and sadness

  • Choices – we make them and they make us

    Mar 22, 2017

    After a long and tiring career, an elderly carpenter was getting ready to retire. He told his head of his plans to leave the construction job and live a more peaceful life with his wife and the extended family. He said, I will miss the money, but I need to retire as I am tired of doing the same job daily and want to break out of it. The head was sad to see this good worker go and asked if he could build just one last house as a personal favour.

  • Focus – the most important aspect of Life

    Mar 19, 2017

    Your perception – successful people around you

  • Still spending hundred dollars or thousands rupees on SSL – Get it free now on

    Mar 13, 2017

    Companies always thrive to satisfy their customers and it becomes more important in the online business where huge numbers of online frauds are being reported daily. These can range starting from the data theft to the money theft to hacking the complete websites.

  • Can you see higher dimensions? Are they real, do they exist? 4th dimension?

    Mar 1, 2017

    Everybody talks about space-time, string theory, parallel universe these days. When they talk about these topics, the concept of higher dimensions automatically pops out. Some people point out that time is the 4th dimension in space-time model (theory of General Gravity by Einstein). Others mention that there are more than 10 dimensions (very small to be noticed) in string theory, see image below for illustration purpose.

  • Why moon looks red? What is blood moon? Blood red moon – really?

    Feb 13, 2017

    You would have seen the moon in orangish/reddish colour many times but may have missed the interesting questions – why the moon is behaving this way? What is causing this?

  • How WiFi/Radio crosses/penetrates/pass through the wall where light fails/doesn’t?

    Feb 2, 2017

    We had been thinking on the topic from a long time. How can you use WiFi even sitting in a closed room, bathroom, balcony with closed doors magically? How it is that possible that light (bulb/source put in place of WiFi router) not entering those areas. See the embedded video for a wonderful tour of the quest to answer. These both radiations are part of the electromagnetic spectrum but still behave differently. Is it increasing your curiosity level, let’s dive in… TV, mobile, WiFi all use transmitted radio waves and convert them to mechanical vibrations in the speaker to create sound waves that can be heard.

  • Can we talk in space, Yes but no listening?

    Jan 26, 2017

    Have you wondered ever – how we can speak and listen? Can there be sound in space? Can we hear in space?

  • Rakesh Sharma – A humble superhero – life and advice

    Jan 22, 2017

    There are few times when you come into contact with something and feel the magic and aura in its surroundings. Rakesh Sharma, India’s first astronaut is an example of such enigmatic and charismatic personality.

  • Book review – Zero to One by Peter Thiel. Next google?

    Jan 15, 2017

    Wondering, what it takes to be the next google or the next big thing. I have few secrets to share with you so sit tight and read this post. How many of you knew Peter Thiel before reading this post? It’s fine if you don’t know, we don’t know many things in the world. I will tell you who is Peter and what advice he has for budding startups and new age entrepreneurs.

  • Don’t worry if you couldn’t work in NASA, all of its funded research made public now

    Jan 14, 2017

    Alerting all hungry souls! NASA has opened the gates to its research results [1] for the public. Agency has demonstrated its commitment to the open and global innovation during this move. In a similar move, during 2014, Tesla motors unveiled all its patents to the public to encourage more impactful and socially wide research on electrical vehicles.

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