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Scientists Claim Half of Tree Species in the Amazon at Risk of Extinction

In what is being viewed as the first comprehensive estimate of threatened species in the world’s largest rainforest, a study claims that more than half the myriad tree species in the Amazon could be heading for extinction.   The Brazil nut, and wild cacao and açai trees - all important food...

For the First Time Scientists Locate a Planet in Formation in Far Space

For the first time ever, analyzing the special red light from space, astronomers have spotted a planet in the act of formation.   There is still much that scientists don’t know about how planets like those in our Solar System were first made, despite all that has been discovered about the...

‘Porous’ Liquid Can Reduce Pollution By Absorbing Carbon Emissions

A new discovery leads to “porous” liquid which can absorb carbon emissions and save the planet from getting polluted. This week, scientists reveal their new breakthrough whereby they successfully “developed” a “porous” liquid capable of capturing “harmful carbon emissions”. The first of its kind...

General Electric Began to Develop New Turboprop Engines

America's General Electric will develop a new family of turboprop engines for small aircraft, according to N+1 with reference to Aviation Week. The first new power plants will be sent to the American company Textron, which plans to create a new single-engine passenger plane. The new range of...

Global Sea Levels Could Rise by a Meter if Two Collapsing Glaciers in Greenland Were to Melt Completely

Scientists claim that a major glacier in Greenland has begun to crumble into the North Atlantic Ocean. If the glacier melts completely, then there can be a rise in the sea level globally of up to a meter – say scientists.   Monitoring of the huge Zachariae Isstrom glacier in northeast...

The Antibiotic Resistant S.aureus Can Be Destroyed With The New ‘Antibody-Antibiotic Conjugate,

A new conjugate between the antibody of S. aureus and an antibiotic is now capable of killing “intracellular S.aureus bacteria. The nature.com announces a discovery of new antibody which can ‘eliminate’ the “intracellular S.aureus”.   S.aureus, or otherwise known as Staphylococcus aureus is...

New Technology for Big Data Era Created, Claims Chipmaker Micron

A brand new type of memory technology is claimed to have been developed that can offer the same memory speed and persistent storage found in chips located next to a computer’s processor. US chipmaker Micron made this claim and claims to have created a revolutionary memory technology....

Argentine Wine Flavor Threatened by Climate Change

In the absence of measures to mitigate the impacts of global warming,  climate change will also affect the flavors of our food as is being witnessed in crops that are basic to local economies, such as in the Argentine province of Mendoza.   A study that was disclosed by the National...

Britain’s Roads to be Filled with Futuristic Hydrogen Cars

British roads would now have the first f the mass produced hydrogen cars. These cars have been billed for more than a decade as a clean alternative to petrol and diesel vehicles but only glimpsed as concepts at automotive trade shows up till now.   In the wake of the Volkswagen pollution...

Reading the Mind of the Viewers is the Latest Aim of Labs Started by TV Networks

With the aim of understanding what shows and commercials people like to watch, TV networks are trying a new tactic: read the minds of the viewers.   Two of the top TV companies of the world, Comcast Corp's NBCUniversal and Viacom Inc are each opening labs where they will study TV viewers in...
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