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Deepsea Challenger Pilot Sphere Interior

Researchers find oil-eating bacteria in Mariana Trench

A group of researchers from the University of East Anglia has found out a very unique bacteria which feeds on oil. They have observed...
Decline of amphibians is harming biodiversity

Deadly pathogen responsible for massive decline in amphibians

For several years, biologists at various sites around the world reported many species of frogs had disappeared. It was reported in Costa Rica in...
electricity eating bacteria

Electricity-eating microbes use electrons and fix carbon dioxide to grow

We have often seen our metal products catching rust and we usually apply some grease over it in order to prevent the rust over...
Simplified diagram of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

Changes in ocean ‘conveyor belt’ leading to abrupt climate changes

We are all aware of global warming due to which we experience a lot of changes in the climate. Recently a team of experts...
Algae Curtain Architects with the System

Algae curtains designed to curb urban pollution

Recently, two European architects Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto, have developed plant-filled plastic curtains called “living walls” that help purify dirty and smokey air. The curtains contain a...
Mariana Trench

Mariana Trench: the Deepest Part of the Planet Earth

The world is full of spots that mankind love to explore. Whether it is a mountain or sea, an island or a desert, people...
What is the Age of the Earth

What is the age of Earth?

Earth is not like a human being who has got documents and parents to be aware of its birth date or age. The age...
Antarctica Glaciers

The science behind climate change

The earth’s climate has changed drastically over the decade. Geostationary satellites revolving around our planet help us see the big picture (quite literally), accumulating...

How Solar Cells Work and are They Important for Our Future?

Solar cell technology: How it works and the future of sunshine Why do we waste time drilling for oil and shoveling coal once there is...
How Did Life Start on Earth

How Did Life Start on Earth?

The secret of how life on Earth began How did life begin? There will hardly be a much bigger question. For the abundance of human...
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