5000 year old yew tree switches sex in Britain

A tree in the UK has proved that it is never too late to make changes. The 5,000-year-old yew tree, more commonly referred to...

Antarctic Ozone Hole Has Started Healing

A team of researchers under the leadership of MIT atmospheric scientist Susan Solomon has found that the Ozone hole above Antarctica has finally started...

Southern Antarctic Peninsula ice mass diluted with annual loss of 56 bn tonnes ice

Antarctica has become center stage for climate change discussions as more ice shelves become destabilized or are melting entirely. Scientists are now reporting that...

Tiny Flies Turning Honeybees into Zombies

Tiny flies have been found responsible for turning honeybees into creatures that lurch around like zombies. Experts have found that the afflicted honeybees are...

Luminescent Tampons better than conventional methods in grey water issue

People in the UK have been facing the problem of grey water since a long time thanks to lazy sewer system and bad plumbing....

Rats hippocampus replay the new place-specific pattern of activity during sleep

Neuroscientists at the University College London have carried out a series of experiments to find out how exactly neurons present in the hippocampus of...

NASA’s LDSD parachute rips and fails to deploy after launch

On Monday, NASA launched a flying saucer into the sky over Hawaii for testing its biggest parachute ever and a donut-shaped airbag. However, the...

Blue Bell Creamery being watched by FDA after another case of Listeria

Blue Bell Creamery can't seem to catch a break, as another private lab discloses a case of listeria, challenging what the company said about...

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder & our perception is environment dependent

Have you heard "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" before? To some extent it is true. A new study has finally revealed...

Scientists to BOOM BOOM Celestial Debris using Lasers just like Star Wars

Satellites and other spacecrafts have faced a lot of problems due to orbital debris in the recent past. As a result, scientists, for quite...

The Lake Erie algae bloom this year will be SEVERE, study says

Researchers at the University of Michigan have recently made a significant prediction about this year’s western Lake Erie harmful algal bloom. According to them,...

Oldest known fur seal fossil discovered

Fur seals have historically been one of the most curious species in the world. Up until recently there was more than a 500 million...

Aerosol in volcanic eruptions blocks solar radiations, decreases Global warming

Volcanic eruptions could be slowing global warming, and climate change here on Earth. Well, minor volcanic eruptions could be doing that. A recently-published study...
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Spider rain could be hitting Australia again

Spider rain is the stuff of nightmares for anyone with even a moderate case of Arachnophobia, but in Australia it was a sticky, disgusting...

New species of Tarantula named “Johnny Cash”

Johnny Cash, the famous country singer who often performed in black, has had a new species of spider named after him. Aphonopelma johnny cash...

Modern vs. Ancient Cities: Urban Scaling evident regardless of era

Modern cities and ancient cities likely shared more in common than what researchers had previously thought. As it turns out, researchers have discovered that...

This week, you will be witnessing some spectacular views on the sky

If you are an early riser, you will be able to witness an extremely close encounter between Mars and Venus just one hour before...

Climate change and humans unwillingness lead to 16% of earth’s species Extinction

Extinction is coming for a massive portion of Earth’s population, says a new study. The study isn’t talking about people, but human life would...

Pre-human Little Foot and Lucy coexisted around 3.7 million years ago, says study

A new dating technique has allowed scientists to come up with a fresh birthday for human ancestor Little Foot. Following this discovery, scientists are...

NASA launches SMAP satellite to map the Earth’s soil moisture distribution

A new satellite being launched into space will hopefully be able to identify better why the drought in the American West continues to rage...

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