Dr Barbara Sherwood Lollar of the University of Toronto has extracted from a Canadian mine water that is 1.6 billion years old.
Various beetle species have gobbled through grain stores and weakened food production worldwide since ancient times. Now, researchers at the University of
A researcher from the University of Copenhagen has developed an algorithm that, in tandem with a sensor, makes it possible to distinguish crop-harming insects
An ancient coronavirus, or a closely related pathogen, triggered an epidemic among ancestors of present-day East Asians roughly 25,000 years ago, a new study indicates.
University of Copenhagen researchers have studied more than 100 oak trees from a variety of countries and their ability to adapt to the Danish climate. Their results reveal that oak species from North America, Korea
The pandemic- COVID-19, has completed its one year since its inception from the sea food market of Wuhan, China. Till to date this has taken 2.75 million human lives all over
The claim that old-growth forests play a significant role in climate mitigation, based upon the argument that even the oldest forests keep sucking CO2 out of the
Search for new and verification of theoretically predicted nuclear particles is always going on and has been made exciting and fruitful with the advanced experimental
Levitation (from Latin levitas 'lightness') is the process by which an object is held aloft, without mechanical support, in a stable position. Levitation (floating of an object in air
Generally, everyone is well aware of plastics and its disadvantages. Plastics are not biodegradable as natural leaves or natural materials. These plastics break into small