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Researchers develop honeycomb-like MOF structures to trap harmful gases

An international team of scientists has developed a novel method through which the issues of harmful gases polluting the ecology can be restricted. A group of scientists from the University of Texas at Dallas...
NASA aligning technical glitch of curiosity’s drilling operation 

NASA’s Mars Rover, Curiosity is currently busy in transmitting the evidence of the presence of rocks on the Martian Surface, while the engineers of the space agency are troubleshooting the technical glitch found in...
city-in-greece

A team of British and Sweden Archaeologists has discovered a mysterious and lost city in the central of Greece which is expected to provide new clues about the origin of Greece culture. A 2,500-year-old...
NASA to launch small satellite constellation ‘CYGNSS’ on Wednesday

After solving the technical glitch, NASA is all set to launch its small satellite constellation ‘CYGNSS’ on 14th December 2016. The satellite was previously scheduled to blast off on 11th December, Monday. But due...
Japanese Cargo Ship ‘Kounotori’ with much-needed supplies take-off to ISS on Friday

Two weeks after the disaster of Russian Progress 65 ISS Cargo Ship flying to ISS with essential supplies and tools, The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched its new cargo ship on Friday. On...
Cheers Naturalists!!! The Number of Bird Species on Earth Soars to 18, 000

While the entire world is worrying about the decreasing number of animals on the earth, a recently published study has brought up good news for the ecologists. As per the research reports, the number...
Men lasts longer up to 21 seconds without checking their phones-Swiftnary

Soon, you will be able to charge your smartphone simply through a finger swipe, thanks to the newly invented Nanogenerator. Scientists from Michigan State University in the US have developed a new nanogenerator which...
Two Indians bag the award of ‘National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year’

After going through hundreds of photos for a long twelve weeks, National Geographic announced the list of winners for the ‘Nature Photographer of the Year’ for the year 2016 and two Indian shutterbugs had...
Climate Change Intimidation: Raising level of methane to hold climate goals back

A number of causes are triggering the abnormal changes in climatic patterns. But a recently conducted study has indicated a serious concern towards the emission of Methane, a greenhouse gas because of its rising...
Illinois Scientists Spot Hot Hydrogen Atoms in Thermosphere

In a new study, researchers have found Hot Hydrogen Atoms in the upper atmosphere of earth, which has brought up a firm understanding of hot atomic hydrogen and its interface with other environmental constituents. Earth’s...