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[This article is part of the YourStory series Startup Hatch, about incubators, accelerators and makerspaces in the startup ecosystem. See earlier profiles of incubation and acceleration initiatives at IIT Bombay, IIM Bangalore, BITS Pilani, NCL, Tata Elxsi, Axilor, NID, IIIT-Bangalore, IIIT-Hyderabad, Vellore Institute of Technology and PSG Coimbatore. ] Workbench Projects (WP) is a Bengaluru-based […]
29 Mar 2016
Varun Sivaram, 23 now, always had his heart on electronics. This love affair goes way back to the time when he used to walk the streets of SP Road in Bengaluru, enamoured by the electronics displayed on the storefronts. He always believed in the unorthodox means of learning, never confining himself to textbooks. A belief […]
15 Aug 2015
Do not try this at home! Or may be, you should. Because this guy did. And it is the epitome of cool. Colin Furze is a plumber, stuntman and filmmaker from Stamford, England. He is the Guinness World Record holder for the World’s Longest Motorbike, Fastest Mobility Scooter, and Fastest Stroller. What Colin made last […]
25 May 2014
Imagine you are travelling to Lagos for business. When you reach there you realize you are short of visiting cards in a new city. Or if you are a local, you realize a few days before your wedding that you suddenly need another 100 invitation cards. What do you do? Don’t worry. The founders of […]
13 Feb 2014
A mechanical engineer from ISM Dhanbad, Gurpawan’s love for gadgets started from his childhood, stayed with him in college and lead him to eventually set-up Cooljunk. “Can you learn cycling through reading? No, you don’t! Similarly you don’t learn Physics from text books. The best way to learn ‘transistor as an amplifier’ is to actually build an amplifier and then use mathematics and equations to find out its working. Or the best way to learn Newton’s laws of motion is to actually build a rocket and do the testing,” says Gurpawan enthusiastically.
20 Jun 2013