Science

solar evaporation

Scientists Use Sunlight to Produce Clean and Safe Drinking Water

Water: It is necessary for life, but as per the UNICEF, Less than 3% of the world’s water is fresh, and due...
quasicrystals

Using sound waves to create patterns that never repeat

Engineers and mathematicians at the University of Utah have collaborated to show how ultrasound waves can arrange carbon particles in water into...
Plastic-Eating Mushrooms

Could Plastic-Eating Mushrooms Solve mankind’s Plastic Problem?

From being utilized as construction material to biofuel, mushrooms hold incredible potential & could potentially help humanity in getting rid...
Spider web

MIT Researchers Create Music From Spider Webs

A team of researchers at MIT in the USA has translated the structure of a spider web into music, which could have...
Venus flytrap

Researchers Develop Device That Can ‘Communicate’ with Plants

A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a device that can deliver electrical signals...

New research shows we are surprisingly similar to Earth’s first animals

New research shows, the earliest multicellular organisms may have lacked arms, heads, or legs, yet pieces of them remain inside of us...
bacteriophage

Scientists Identify Over 140,000 Virus Species in The Human Gut, And Most Are Unknown

Viruses are the most biological entities on earth. Presently scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and EMBL's European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) have...

Scientists find a single-celled slime mold with no nervous system that remembers food locations

Having a memory of past occasions empowers us to make smarter decisions about the future. Scientists from the Technical University of Munich...
artificial hairs

Scientists grow artificial hairs with clever physics trick

Scientists found they could coat a fluid elastic on the outside of a disc and turn it to form useful complex patterns....

Strange creatures accidentally found underneath Antarctica’s ice racks

Far under the ice racks of the Antarctic, there's more life than expected, finds a new study in the journal Frontiers in...

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