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dogs

Be careful about what you feed your dog!

In a recent news that broke out, it has been known that a local organic food company for pets especially dogs has been called in by the research lab for further research of their...
human colonisation

NASA to make human colonisation possible on Mars

Since decades, NASA scientists have been busy finding tracing of life on Mars. Finally, one of the scientists from NASA have some incredible facts that can make human colonisation possible on Mars Let's see how. Initially,...

Exclusive fitness fact about African elephants discovered

No one knew that African elephants slept only for 2 hours per day unless this fun research was initiated in African. The fitness tracked down after the research on African elephants proved that these...
West Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier

Scientists Detect Four Hidden Lakes, Shrinking under West Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier

A team of international researchers, by using some satellite-backed data have discovered some hidden lakes under one of world’s fastest moving glacier on the rim of West Antarctica. Surprisingly, the hidden lakes are shrinking...
Expanding universe

Expanding universe, Faster than thought earlier: Research

According to the latest research by a team of scientists led by Sherry Suyu from Max Planck Institute for astrophysics and Frederic Courbin of Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland, our universe could...
Graphene Super Conductor

Cambridge Scientists Develop Technique to Activate Superconducting Properties of Graphene

Graphene is already an established material, renowned for its unbeatable characteristics in terms of strength, electricity conduction, and heat transmission. The two-dimensional allotrope of carbon, Graphene is already being celebrated for its high potential...
Blinking

Scientists find answer to “Why the lights don’t mute while we blink?”

In the interval of few seconds, our eyelids involuntarily blink and our eyeballs restore in their pouch. But have you ever thought, why doesn’t frequent blinking push us into sporadic darkness and light? Well,...
KNASA Self-Sharpening Knife

NASA Engineers Develop a $100 Self-Sharpening Knife, Will Hit Market by May

The annoying situations of seeing your way through a tomato just because of the blunted knife is soon going to over, as NASA’s engineers have developed a self-sharpening knife, which you will never need...
Graphene

Scientists Build World’s Lightest Mechanical Watch ‘RM 50-03’ from Graphene

A team of scientists, during a scientific breakthrough, has designed world’s lightest mechanical watch, thanks to the exclusive material Graphene. The watch was launched in Geneva on Monday, 16th January 2017. Graphene, which is...

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