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South Africa Fights Drought Risk by Planting Trees Aided by Insurance Firm

While Land degradation and desertification is now affecting 168 countries around the world according to the UN, there is also hope especially in the efforts that are being undertaken in South Africa.     The solution according to the international not-for-profit organization Living...

Harvard Study Reveals Rising Sea Level Will Slow Earth's Rotation

A slowdown in the Earth’s rotation has been triggered by rising sea level across the globe says a research on the subject.   The changes in Earth’s rotation in the 20th century as linked to global sea-level rise were identified by the study that was conducted by a team led by Harvard...

Arctic Region “Profoundly Affected’ by Record High Temperatures in 2015

With scientists warning that climate change is having “profound effects” on the entire marine ecosystem and the indigenous communities that rely upon it, the Arctic experienced record air temperatures and a new low in peak ice extent during 2015.   The annual average air temperature in...

Smart Clothes Are the Most Anticipated Trend of CES 2016

One of the most anticipated events in the world of consumer electronics is around the corner. In January 2016, Las Vegas will host the exhibition Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Experts are already making projections of surprises, which are prepared by leading representatives of the IT-industry....

Researcher Proposes Black Matter Theory Behind Dinosaur Extinction

There have been several theories on what resulted in the extinction of dinosaurs more than 66 million years ago.   However it was not until 2014 when researchers provided a theory that involved dark matter and meteors.   This theory has been proposed by acclaimed Harvard theoretical...

Chinese Researchers Claimed to Have Developed a Car that One Can Control with the Power of the Brain

Researchers in China claimed to have developed a system that would enable a person to use the power of the brain to drive a car.   Researchers from the Nankai University of Tianjin in China claim to gave have successfully developed what they call “the  first car that uses nothing but...

Electronic Smart Glasses Treat Children’s Amblyopia

New electronic smart glasses treat amblyopia in children in the similar manner as old scholl methods. U.S. has come up with trial results of its new “programmable electronic glasses” which is equally capable of improving vision impairment in children, which was earlier treated with traditional...

Alien Hunt With ‘Chemical Laptops’ To Replace The Lengthy Process of Chemical Laboratory Tests

N.A.S.A is working towards creating portable chemical testing device which could test samples right on the location to detect any presence of life, especially in the remote corners of the universe. In the present times where people carry the world in their pockets, the engineers of N.A.S.A are...

New Method Discovered By Scientists Create Low-Cost Graphene

The researchers from Glasgow and Turkey discover a cheaper method of producing Graphene. Thanks to the joint venture of the scientists of Turkey and Glasgow, now “large sheets of high grade graphene” will be available at a hundred times “cheaper” price than ever before. The team devoted their time...

Scientists Claim One Third of Earth’s Arable Land has Been Lost in the Last 40 Years

Scientists warn that more than one third of the world’s arable land has been lost in the last 40 years due to due to erosion or pollution and there are potential disastrous consequences for global demand for food soars.   The world has lost nearly 33% of the adequate or high-quality...
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