When you are in a crowd, and someone slips and trips on the ground, you assume that someone else from the public will help them instead of stepping in yourself. This tendency for people to be inactive in emergencies due to other bystanders’ presence is known as Bystander Effect. Thus, people tend to help more when alone than in a group.

Decision Model of Helping

What is a tissue?

The human body is made up of millions and trillions of cells. A group of cells that have a similar shape and function forms a tissue. There are four types of tissues in humans:

  1. Muscle Tissue: It is composed of cells with the special ability to shorten or contract to produce movement of the body parts.
  2. Epithelial Tissue: Epithelial tissue or epithelium forms the outer covering of the skin and lines the body cavity.
  3. Connective Tissue: Helps in maintaining the form of the body and its organs and provide cohesion and internal support.
  4. Nervous Tissue: The function of nervous tissue…

  • It is a repetitive process in which we try to get to know the end-users/ customers.
  • Sometimes, we need to redefine the problem to understand it wholly and come up with the solutions.
  • Design thinking involves five primary stages:

Stage 1: Empathize

  • Research your user’s needs.
  • Interview them asking questions about their needs.
  • Get to know them better.

Stage 2: Define- State your user’s needs and problems


DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is made up of units of biological building blocks called nucleotides.

DNA is a vitally important molecule for not only humans but most other organisms as well. DNA contains our hereditary material and our genes — it is what makes us unique.

Since DNA contains genetic code, much of it is studied and analyzed for a variety of reasons. Generally, DNA testing may be used to identify or classify family trees, and it may also be used in various sciences for study in diseases and crimes.

Extracting DNA from Whole Blood

The DNA extraction process frees DNA from the…

What is blood?

Blood is a body fluid that transports oxygen and nutrients to the cells and carries away carbon dioxide and other waste products away from those same cells. About 7–8% of your total body weight is blood.

What are the components of blood?

Often, we jump on to a task without really understanding why it is to be done or the job’s importance. We focus on solving the problem rather than thinking about it and understanding it.

First principals thinking is nothing but breaking the problems down to their fundamental truths and reasoning. First principles thinking means breaking down a complicated problem into many essential parts and then reassembling them from the ground up. It is one of the best ways to learn to think for yourself, unlock your creative potential, and move from linear to non-linear results.

I came across this term while I was listening to blinks (Mental Health and Wellbeing in the workplace) on BlinkList.com.

The link to the original book (here).

Most of us often find ourselves thinking about a task that we had left incomplete. This condition is known as ‘Zeigarnik effect.’ The Zeigarnik effect is a psychological phenomenon describing a tendency to remember interrupted or unfinished tasks or events more quickly than tasks that have been completed and were first noticed by Russian psychiatrist and psychologist Bluma Wulfovna Zeigarnik in the 1920s.

We often wonder how the researchers work or from where they collect their data. A researcher requires a vast collection of detailed data from thousands and lakhs of species to carry out experiments and dive into the sea of widened studies. Research is a tremendously broad field, and like every other field, it requires precision, understanding, and interest. …

Divya Prabhu

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