In the early 19th century, oil changed the face of the industry in the whole world. This happened due to the invention of oil-powered engines. They were cheap, easy to operate and ready to work anytime and anywhere, unlike the horse-driven carriages. All this took place by the use of a liquid gold called ‘oil’. Oil lead to tasks being carried out more efficiently. It was readily available, reduced the efforts, increased the output, saved time and money and ultimately lead to better customer satisfaction.

2 centuries later came another such gold but not in the form of liquid but…

Anika Chhabra

MSc. Bio Fresher at BITS Pilani

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