Scientists Discover Brightest Pulsar Ever

Scientists through a recent discovery claim that they have discovered the brightest pulsar ever. They said that it is a leftover of a collapsed star that is highly lustrous. The discovery was made by a team of astronomers and astrophysicists from NASA, MIT and Caltech with the help of the US... read more

Aviation Experts to Find better technology to Track Planes during Flight

It has been reported that several aviation experts from all around the globe gathered in Washington on Tuesday to have a discussion over technological advancements that could allow better tracking of planes during flight.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has asked... read more

Asian Carp DNA found in Kalamazoo River

Officials of Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) announced that it found environmental DNA for silver carp, a species of Asian carp within the lower Kalamazoo River in southwestern Michigan near Allegan County.

The location where the material was found is roughly 24 miles... read more

Scientists drilling 1.3km-deep Borehole in Alpine Fault

A global team of scientists has begun drilling a 1.3km-deep borehole in South Island's Alpine Fault, a geographical fault that runs about the entire length of South Island in New Zealand. The drilling process is aimed at gathering information about fault's nature and the earthquakes it produces... read more

Virgin Galactic to take Civilians to Space

Richard Branson, owner of Virgin Galactic, has announced that his British commercial spaceflight company near completion of its testing phase and almost ready to take civilians into space.

Branson said that he will not announce any dates, but his company might be soon ready to transport... read more

Researchers produce oxygen in laboratory without Plants

About one-fifth of the Earth's atmosphere is oxygen, which is formed by green plants as a result of photosynthesis. This oxygen is used by most living things on the planet to keep metabolisms running.

However, before the first photosynthesizing organisms appeared about 2.4 billion years... read more

Solar Battery Converts Nearly 100% of Solar Energy into Electrons, Say Researchers

Scientists from the Ohio State University have created the world's first solar battery that can recharge itself with the help of air and light. The research group developed the solar battery by combining a battery and a solar cell into one hybrid device.

Scientists claim that the solar... read more

NASA Scientists record Massive Filament of Solar Material Wrapped around the Sun

NASA researchers have recorded a filament of solar material wrapped around the sun. The filament is a gigantic cloud of solar material and it was hovering above the surface of the sun because of powerful magnetic forces. According to scientists, on full extension, the filament would measure... read more

New map of ocean floor reveals many underwater mountains and volcanoes

Scientists have created a new map of the ocean floor, showing underwater mountains and many previously-unknown volcanoes with the highest resolution. The map, which is twice as accurate as the last one created nearly two decades ago, has been created with the help of pictures captured by NASA... read more

Curiosity makes learning very easy: study

Curiosity changes the intrinsic structure of the brain, and makes it very easy to learn and memorize facts or information, according to a new study by University of California researchers.

A group of researchers at the University of California - Davis asked students about their subject of... read more

Genome sequencing offers clue about monarch butterfly migration

The 3,000 mile journey of monarch butterflies has always remained an interesting subject for researchers. Every autumn, the monarch butterflies migrate in millions from far north to Mexico and the California coast. Earlier reports suggested that due to habitat destruction, human activity and... read more

Ann Arbor home becomes exceptional using green technology

The project 123 Laurin Drive at 1512 Montclair Place saw the remodeling of the kitchen, dining room, and other parts of the house, which is going to be another stop on Ann Arbor's Home Remodelers Tour on 4th and 5th of October.

The roofline, the wrap-around porch as well as the walls of... read more


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