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Climate Change Raises Migration Probabilities of Inhabitants in South Asia: Study

A recently published study titled as, "Climate Change Knows No Borders," stated the probability of immigration in South Asian countries to mount in coming years. The research has not only indicated the solemn impacts...
NASA to reveal latest finds on Space Missions, Earth and Curiosity Rover at the American Geophysical Union

Cheers Science Lovers and Enthusiastic!!! The US-based space agency, NASA is going to represent the detailed reports of its latest breakthroughs, studies, activities, space exploration and outstanding achievements at the American Geophysical Union which...
Days on earth are getting 1.8 milliseconds lengthier every century!

Since millennia, we came across the fact that, a day goes on for 24-hours. But a recently published study has indicated something else, something exciting! According to a new research published on Wednesday, a...
Aliens can be spied with the newly invented optical telescope chip

Does alien exist??? Well, this question is still unsolved. But now this mystery can be solved as a group of scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) have developed an innovative and ground-breaking chip...
Arctic and Antarctic Sea ice hit record lowest level in November due to Global Warming

Global warming has become the harshest issue faced by the present society and because of such an abnormal change in climate in Polar Regions, the sea ice level of the Arctic and Antarctic hit...
Pakistan Government to rename university as tribute to first Noble Laureate Abdus Salam

Mohammad Abdus Salam was the first Pakistani to win the prestigious Nobel Prize in Physics. In 1979, Abdus Salam won the Nobel Prize in Physics along with Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg for his...
French Authority Command new ‘Traffic Rules” for Capping Air Pollution

The adverse impacts of air pollution are undoubtedly affecting the society and realising its serious consequences, the government of Paris have started commanding a new traffic guidelines for the nation. On 6th December, 2016, the...
Archaeologists unearth 1,000-year-old Viking toolbox at Danish Fortress

The era of Viking is one of the most interesting researchable subjects for the archaeologists and while carrying out such a research, the archaeologists recently have unearthed a 1000-years-old Viking toolbox from a circular...
Thanu Padmanabhan, Indian Astrophysicist triumphs over the decade-back scientific challenge on Dark Energy

It was almost one decade ago, when an India-based theoretical physicist Thanu Padmanabhan at an international conference in Melbourne, threw a challenge to the International Community of Astrophysicists to prove his theory on dark...
Thanu Padmanabhan, Indian Astrophysicist triumphs over the decade-back scientific challenge on Dark Energy

In 2006, at an international meeting held in Melbourne, the renowned theoretical physicist of India, Mr. Thanu Padmanabhan lobbed a challenge to the International Community of Astrophysicists and the challenge was to falsify his theory...