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Global Bisphenol E Market 2016, presents a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Bisphenol E market globally, providing basic overview of Bisphenol E market including definitions, classifications, applications and industry...
Cassini Spacecraft Photographed Closest View of Saturns Moon Daphnis

The US-based space agency NASA has recently shared a breathtaking view of Tethys – the icy moon of Saturn, for public access. Beamed back by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, the picture is giving some stunning...
Psychological Vaccine

Climate change is undoubtedly the “Hot Topic” of every news portal, across the globe. With the growing concerns regarding the changing patterns of climate, most news sites and social media platforms are giving priority...
sonic boom

‘Sonic boom’ of light is an outcome of sound connected with the alarm waves generated by an object moving through the air at a faster pace than the swiftness of sound. Sometimes Sonic booms...
WEF & MSI’s Joint Venture

Ocean and seas, which have acquired 97% of the entire earth, are undoubtedly one of the most precious creations of nature. Rather than creating life-saving oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the...
Habitable Exoplanet Wolf 1061c

Wolf 1061, the nearby star system of the earth might have alien life, and now researchers are headed toward the discovery of this. A team of researchers from San Francisco State University is experimenting...
The Mystery of Wailing Noise Recorded In 3600 Feet down In Mariana Trench Solved

Scientists and deep-sea observers have recorded a mysterious and never-heard-before sound in 3600 feet down in the Marina Trench, located in the north of Guam in the western Pacific Ocean. The sound picked up...
US asks China to return the illegally detained naval probe immediately

A new legal conflict seems to be swelling between the US and China after Chinese Government illegally held the Naval Probe of the US, a few days back. The US government, on Friday, has...
Warm water triggering Ice glacial melting in Antarctic: Research Says

An international group of scientists, during a new investigation, found hot water causing the melt of Ice glacial in Antarctic. On Friday, a team of researchers from the United States and Australia published a...
Fast-gyrating neutron stars are likely to emanate intense gravitational waves: study

A recently conducted study by a group of Indian researchers suggests that the fastest-spinning stars may emit denser gravity rays. The research report suggests that the neutron stars can engender denser gravitational waves incessantly,...