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Set The Dance Floor On Fire With Exotic Dance Shoes

Set The Dance Floor On Fire With Exotic Dance Shoes

“Dancing is like dreaming with your feet.”, Constanze Mozart What are dancing shoes called? A dance shoe, or ballet slipper, is a lightweight shoe designed particularly for dancing or ballet dancing. It may be made from soft leather, cloth, or silk. It has smooth, thin, full, or cut soles. It is a tradition that women […] Read More

Why Logistics Is Important For A Business To Grow

Why Logistics Is Important For A Business To Grow

What we mean by logistics:Logistics is usually the specific system and implementation of a complex operation. In a usual business sense, logistics is the administration of the flow of things between the point of origin and the point of consumption to meet customers’ demands or companies.Five elements of logistics and their role:The logistics elements help […] Read More

Fire Alarm System – A Basic Need For Your House and Business place

Fire Alarm System – A Basic Need For Your House and Business place

Fire alarm system: A fire alarm is an autonomous device or a complete network of devices installed in a building or an area. It gives loud and visible warnings of a breakout of fire in that building or area. It could be automatic, semi-automatic, or manual. Fire alarm systems are necessary for buildings, offices, and […] Read More

Rwanda’s Success in E-waste Management

Rwanda’s Success in E-waste Management

Rwanda, the first African country to inhibit hazardous plastic bags, is now practicing another way to protect the environment. After regulations and legislation procedures, the country is taking great steps to eradicate or recycle e-waste materials. With its cutting-edge e-waste demolition facility, the country is fighting waste generation. A role model for the countries in […] Read More

A Downturn in Europe’s Tourism Industry

A Downturn in Europe’s Tourism Industry

To get back to its flourishing tourism status in the past, Europe has opened the borders to travelers from a group of countries since July 1. But the point is people still don’t feel comfortable to go on vacation in the current situation. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the European continent accounts […] Read More

A Device to Help With Sign Language

A Device to Help With Sign Language

A new wearable device has come to translate American sign language to words or phrases. Designed by UCLA bio-engineers, a pair of gloves with sensors, made of electrically conducting yarns, turn sign language into words. The sensors detect hand moves and finger replacements, representing letters, numbers and words. Designers believe this device helps people who […] Read More

Using Poisonous Chemicals to Preserve Fish

Using Poisonous Chemicals to Preserve Fish

Food traders in Africa are applying poisonous chemicals to preserve the fish and meat. While these chemicals are a threat to human food chain, the governments have thoughtlessly overlooked the destructive effect of such toxic substances on humans. The departmental delegate of the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries (MINEPIA), Serge-Claire Nkolo, says fishers […] Read More

Robots And Coronavirus

Robots And Coronavirus

These hard days, robots have unusually come to assist people in their fight against the pandemic virus. One is a Boston Dynamics robot which controls social distancing and gives out medications in parks in Singapore. The robotic yellow-colored dog carries sensors and cameras to detect non-careful law breakers and play recorded warnings to visitors of […] Read More

Electric Scooters Rentals; A Plan For Green Economy

Electric Scooters Rentals; A Plan For Green Economy

The owner of the cycle repair startup Butternut Bikes, Gavin Hudson, started old bikes repair in a parking lot in London after the virus outbreak. Soon his new business grew dramatically. He believes that people have turned to walking and cycling after the pandemic as a healthy and green alternative for their cars. They have […] Read More

Are Women Most Troubled in Post-coronavirus Era?

Are Women Most Troubled in Post-coronavirus Era?

There’s not enough ground for women to showcase their abilities in IT. In the UK, women account for only 17% of IT industry. Regarding the current critical situation in the world, the prospects for women graduates to enter the IT market are so vague. Stephen Rooney, director of networking and careers organisation STEM Women, stated that […] Read More

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