Ricoh’s Energy-Generating Rubber Comes Flexible, Yet with High Efficiency

May 27, 2015 / No Comments

The high-intensity search for power has recently led to a countless number of innovations. Many among them stumbled upon the factor of feasibility, while others proved themselves a failure in terms of large-scale efficiency. Standing quite different to this is the new Energy-Generating Rubber from Japanese company Ricoh. We are not looking into how Ricoh manages to put flexibility and efficiency ...

Christchurch on Way to be Eco City

May 23, 2015 / No Comments

If the Christchurch City Council follows the proposal put forward by the Greening the Red Zone organization, then the despair tracts scattered throughout Avon River in Christchurch will soon be returned to the lap of nature.  A proposal has been broached by the organization that bids for the conversion of the Avon river red zones into a native forest park. The ...

Study Reveals Human-like Fearfulness of Fruit Flies

May 20, 2015 / No Comments

Ever seen a nervy fly? Probably it’s hard to break down the fearfulness in such a tiny inspect, but not so for David J. Anderson.  The biologist from California Institute of Technology has discovered that fearful flies exhibit fear when threatened, just the way a human does. Often we interpret insects as having robotic reflexes. But David doesn’t share the same ...

Scientists Discover Warm-blooded Fish

May 16, 2015 / No Comments

Until now, we had believed that only mammals and birds possessed body warming techniques irrespective of the environment. While we considered all species of fish to be cold-blooded, a new discovery has written of this belief, explaining that there exists warm blooded fish. Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have now discovered prime warm-blooded creatures among the aquatic species, ...

A3 Sportback e-tron: Audi’s Shot at Ruling the Hybrid Race

May 12, 2015 / No Comments

Audi always gets to the pole position when it comes to building expectations. As with the case of this year, it’s the much awaited A3 Sportback e-tron that will be making news, for it is the first mass plug-in hybrid variant being rolled out by the German manufacturer. The expected launch is to take place during some point at the second ...

How NASA’s Technology Turned Lifesaver in Recent Nepal Disaster

May 9, 2015 / No Comments

There’s no prevention when it comes to natural calamities. That’s exactly why curing the after-effects is a better choice on which technology also plays a role. NASA’s latest technology signifies the distance human race has travelled in that matter. It’s not long ago since Nepal was rocked by tremors, and the the country is yet to recover. Rescue works have worsened ...

Sponsored Video: Toyota’s New EV redefines Urban Commuting with Green Goodness

March 28, 2015 / No Comments

Welcome to the clean, green and congestion-free roads of tomorrow that promise convenience delivered by a smart system and a three-wheeled electric wonder from Toyota. And if you are wondering which city is this, then it is the lovely Grenoble at the foot of majestic French Alps. There is little doubt that modern cities are becoming chaotic, polluted and cramped hubs ...

India vs Australia WC 2015 semi-final: Star Sports live cricket streaming & scorecard

March 25, 2015 / No Comments

Two big guns of world cricket, India and Australia clash in the semi-finals of the Cricket World Cup 2015 in sydney on Thursday. Its going to be a day long festival for all Indian cricket fans as the match starts for them at 9:00 a,m and goes on till 4:00 p.m. Catch the action live on Star Sports 1 for English commentary ...

High Court permits small scale quarries to function

March 24, 2015 / No Comments

The honorable Kerala High Court Division Bench on Monday held that existing quarries in the state doesn't require environmental clearance from Ministry of Environment and Forests for its functioning.   The Kerala High Court clearly gave a positive nod to small scale quarries below five hectares to continue their operations. As per the court, the National Green Tribunal's order requiring environmental clearance is ...

Poachers killed nine rhinos in Kaziranga this year

March 23, 2015 / No Comments

As per reports, Kaziranga National Park, the home for more than 2,300 one horned rhinos is facing a major problem, as the poaching incidents in the park have drastically increased over a period of three years. A new report claims that nine rhinos have been killed in Kaziranga National Park in Assam this year. The reports warns that Poachers have been given ...