University of Copenhagen researchers have advanced their quantum technology to such a degree that classical computing technology can no longer keep up.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1921 was awarded to the great scientists of this century Albert Einstein" for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery
The Covid-19 pandemic has gripped several countries across the world, resulting in several millions of infected individuals and hundreds and thousands of deaths.
Renewable energy role to provide electric power (the life line of present day civilization) and to protect our environment is well known. Our experience with the use of different
Compulsory use of nuclear power all over the world resulting in the unwanted and dangerous nuclear waste and estimated 34 million cubic metres of global nuclear
There are far more trees in the West African Sahara and Sahel than most would expect. A combination of artificial intelligence and detailed satellite imagery allowed
A compound of hydrogen, carbon and sulfur has broken a symbolic barrier — but its high pressure conditions make it difficult to analyse.
A team of scientists in India has developed an inexpensive paper-based test for coronavirus that could give fast results similar to a pregnancy test. The test,
Wind energy has been an integral source of renewable energy for mankind to support his/her various energy related activities from time immortal. To meet the growing
A University of Copenhagen chemist has invented a cutting-edge green technology that uses CO2 to convert seawater into drinking water - within minutes.