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Researchers Closer to Tracking Marine Plastic From Space

The European Space Agency (ESA) and the Dutch institute, Deltares, tested satellite technology that could help track plastic pollution in the ocean. At the...

How Planetary Iron May Have Driven Evolution of Complex Life

Iron forms a unique constituent of enzymes and proteins that play an important role in life. Living cells use iron in a range of...

Artificial Intelligence Helps Scientists Estimate Human-Attributable Climate Change Impact

Based on their artificial intelligence models, scientists inferred that human-influenced climate change affects 80% of the global populated areas—where 85% of the population lives. 
Europe a step closer to the ultimate clean energy source that imitates stars

Europe Step Closer to Ultimate Clean Energy Source that Imitates Stars

"It is not often that a scientist gets the chance to work on a project that will change the world."Mike Forrest If we could dive...

Greenland ice sheet loss close to a tipping point due to climate change

Tobblie Effowe, a Togo resident, has seen his house consumed by the sea. He lived close to a once touristic beach that lost its...

Part of the dust accumulating in your house comes from outer space

Some of the dust ending up in your vacuum cleaner is extraterrestrial. Astronomers call them micrometeorites, alien rocks as small as pollen grains. But...

Our rights to the sky

During a solar eclipse in India on October 20th, 1868, English astronomer Norman Lockyer noticed a peculiar yellow shade in the light detected with...

Scientists Discover A New Species Of “Orange And Black” Bats

A new dichromatic species of bats have been found in West Africa. The Myotis nimbaensis, first spotted in 2018, belongs to the Myotis genus,...

A Slip in the Eurasian Plate Caused a Massive Earthquake in Croatia

Croatia was hit by a massive earthquake this morning. The 6.4-magnitude earthquake had an epicentre in Petrinja, 50 kilometres south of Zagreb, the country's...

12,500 Years Old Rock Art Revealed in Colombian Amazon

A team of British-Colombian Archaeologists discovered, recently, an important collection of rock art from 12,500 years ago in the cliffs of Serranía de la Lindosa, Colombia. The...