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Migrant Birds in Peril Due to Lack of Habitat Conservation, Warns Study

December 24, 2015 / No Comments

Migrant birds are nothing less than a treasure. Their journeys  deserve high accolades. But more than that, what they require right now is a bit of attention from the human race. The flight of these birds is a treat to all the observers and even to the eyes of normal ones. But scientists warn that this aesthetic sight could slowly be receding ...

Deep Sea Bacteria Might Come Useful in Greenhouse Gas Neutralization

October 29, 2015 / No Comments

Mankind’s effort to curb green house emissions may never meet an end. But deep down in the sea, some tiny bacterial species seem to have taken up the task of green house neutralization. A group of researchers from University of Florida has now found out that Thiomicrospira crunogena, a bacterium found deep under the oceans can now prove useful in bringing ...

Scientists Unboil Boiled Egg; New Process Could Help Save Lives

January 29, 2015 / No Comments

It certainly isn’t any magic. It’s just pure science. Scientists from University of California-Irvine and Australia have now discovered how to unboil a boiled egg. That might sound great to anyone. And this recent discovery could well be an effective life-saver. Led by Gregory Weiss, professor in UCI, the researchers have invented the method  to unboil a boiled hen egg by ...

Video: Eaten Alive, Paul Rosalie One Hour in Anaconda’s belly

December 8, 2014 / No Comments

For Paul Rosalie, it was a long time goal to get eaten up by the largest snake in the world, and finally he had done that it in the wildest manner. ‘Eaten Alive’, the Discovery Channel Program featured an Anaconda eating Rosalie, and finally he came out from the belly of the snake without any harm. The program was aired in the ...

‘Boobs for Science’ project goes viral on the Internet

December 2, 2014 / No Comments

Sometimes, weird thoughts and acts may fetch results beyond our imagination, and the same thing happened for a Tumblr blog and Facebook page created by Laura Tait, a 30 year old Italian Web marketer who have completed her course in paleoanthropology. The lady asked women to post the snaps of their breasts along with some scientific facts has been accepted ...

Bangladeshi scientist Firdausi Qadri nominated to UN bank panel

November 28, 2014 / No Comments

Renowned Bangladeshi scientist Dr.Firdausi Qadri has been nominated to UN Technology Bank Panel. The news has been confirmed, and United Nations announced that the formation of this Bank Panel will access the scope and functions of the much awaited ‘Technology Bank’. The mesmerizing lady scientist is currently working as the director of the Centre for Vaccine Sciences at the International Centre ...

1,700-year-old Ancient Tombstones found in Silk Road

November 27, 2014 / No Comments

Silk Road is widely considered as the most ancient trade route which connected China to the Roman Empire. [caption id="attachment_17059" align="aligncenter" width="467"] 1,700-year-old cemetery discovered[/caption] The historical significance of Silk Road is unquestionable even in the 21st century, and this is compelling archeologists to conduct excavations in the path. The recent news from this corner is regarding the discovery of an ancient cemetery ...

IIT Madras to be a part of SERN Experiment

November 26, 2014 / 2 Comments

Indian brains always have demand in all corners of the world, and the latest evidence of this trend came from the most anticipated experimental corner, The CERN. As per reports, IIT Madras, the premier educational institute in the nation is all set to be a part of the World known CERN Experiment. With this achievement, IIT madras became the first IIT and ...

Rhino-horse first traces found in Ancient India?

November 24, 2014 / No Comments

Have you always been curious about issues pertaining to evolution and continental drift? Well, this news may interest you. According to Los Angeles Times, a mammal, which is likely to be weigh 45-75 pounds, has radiated into the modern rhinoceros, hippopotamus and horse. This new story was published last week in the journal called Nature Communications. Described nine years ago as Cambaytherium thewissi ...

Biggest Parrot-Beak Dinosaur Fossil Excavated From Siberia

November 17, 2014 / No Comments

‘Psittacosaurus sibiricus’ also known as Parrot beaked dinosaur is widely considered as the most species-rich dinosaur genus which ruled the earth millions of years ago. The recent excavations which happened near the village of Shestakovo in Kemerovo region in western Siberia unearthed the fragments of the biggest known parrot beaked dinosaur. Large scale excavations are going on in and around Shestakovo for ...