Scientist discover new formula to grow hairy skin

A group of researchers at the Indiana University of Medicine has successfully grown “Hairy Skin” in the laboratory for the first time. They did so using steam cells from mice and used it develop human skin replicas which create hair follicles.

Four Times Science Played with law of Nature

Depending on your definition of lord almighty you can argue that mankind has done many things, which amounts to us laying as god; administering pain and building up nukes. But, realistically, the acts of DNA editing, weather control and artificial life creation do seem like realm of deities. And legitimate mission to mars as well.

by Alisha Shrestha | Jan 10
New Method Helps Discover New Alien Planets

Astronomers have been using a new method to discover hard to spot alien planets. They have measuring the difference between the amount of light emitted from the planets day side and night side. This new method has helped astronomers spot 60 new worlds till date.

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft send amazing pictures of Jupiter, 10th Trip

NASA’s US $1 billion Juno spacecraft has successfully completed the 10th high-speed trip around Jupiter on December 16th, 2017. The probe was launched towards Jupiter in 2011 and it took nearly 5 years for the probe to reach there. The probe is traveling at a speed of 209,000 Km/h and take pictures of the planet in every 53 days.

by Aashish Vermaa | Jan 09
Warning of 'mini ice age' that will hit Earth

There has been a warning claimed by the scientist of a ‘mini ice age' that has a possibility of hitting the Earth and that can freeze major rivers by the time of 2030. The temperature of the planet Earth most likely going to start dropping in the year of 2021.

by Aashish Vermaa | Jan 06
Five Mysterious Places on Earth, Where Gravity Doesn't Work

For certain you all know the story of Sir Issac Newton. He was sitting under a tree and an apple fell on his head. Eventually, he discovered the law of universal gravitation. But, there are some places on the earth, where this law does not actually exist. Let’s unravel five mysterious places where, gravity does not work;

by Alisha Shrestha | Jan 05
Some Secrets Your Brain Wouldn't Want You To Know

The brain is incredibly complex organ of human body. It contains around 100 billion nerve cells with each one making contact with other nerves to form millions of new connection every second. An ongoing investigation is still relaying over scientific puzzles. Even though every brain is slightly different, there are things that all have in common- the fact that

by Alisha Shrestha | Dec 25
Google helps NASA find two new planets using neural network

By using Google’s machine learning technology, NASA was able to use A.I. to sift through the mass of data and search for signals that could indicate exoplanets. Furthermore, Google & NASA mentioned that advanced computer analysis identified 2-new planets around distant stars, including one that is part of the first star system with as many planets as Earth’s solar system.

by Dhiren Rai | Dec 17
The Elusive Yeti Exposed

DNA samples allegedly belonging to the fabled “Yeti” have now been exposed to be belonging to bears and dogs according to a new research conducted by scientists from American and Asian universities. The Abominable Snowman, a.k.a., the Yeti has been an integral part of the Himalayan lore in Nepal...

by Neha Banu Uddin | Nov 30
Immediate evacuation after Bali volcano gushes out massive fumes

The volcano alert for Mount Agung has been elevated to highest level, compelling Bali’s main airport to be closed down. It emitted huge masses of smokes on Indonesia's resort island of Bali, gushing out dark ashes into the sky. As, the sky was covered with dark ashes, people at the Bali’s man airport was left stranded.  Mount Agung last erupted

by Alisha Shrestha | Nov 28
7 Interesting facts of Moon you have never known of

As the night shades in, our cratered orb called moon illuminates the whole world. No matter, which country you travel, moon travels along you despite distant proximity. Moon is guarding our earth from 30 to 50 million years ago, when a solar system was created. Let’s unfold the deepest secrets of the moon that we are unfamiliar with;

by Alisha Shrestha | Nov 25
The Bizarre Sexual Journey of the Male Seahorse

The seahorse, while being a fish, doesn't exactly look or act like one. Well, for starters, seahorses look like something out of a fairytale book. They are majestic and fascinating to look at. They have a prehensile tail that can grab vegetation, a tube-shaped mouth for sucking up food, and when they have sex, it’s the male that gets pregnant...

by Neha Banu Uddin | Nov 23
NASA Releases Video of Life on Earth Over Two Decades

The scientists at NASA have compiled a captivating video that maps how the Earths surface has changed over a span of 20 years. They used data from various satellites to make the video. Fresh ecosystems wake up in the spring and sprout new leaves in the northern Hemisphere while satellites track the spread of the newly verdant vegetation...

by Neha Banu Uddin | Nov 20
How Human Body is affected by Radiation Poisoning ft. Hulk

My interest with what radiation is and how it can affect the human body came more from researching the Chernobyl Disaster (and less from actually being bothered enough to look into the whole Hulk story despite everyone riding the new Thor: Ragnorak bandwagon). So how exactly is the Human Body affected by Radiation?

by Neha Banu Uddin | Nov 12
Aurora- The Colorful Lights that Light the Sky

It is believed that the armor of the Valkyrior "sheds a strange flickering light, which flashes up over the northern skies, making what Men call the 'aurora borealis', or 'Northern Lights' ". If there’s anything that came out of me religiously reading Rick Riordan books, is that when it comes to mythologies, I will fall in love...

by Neha Banu Uddin | Nov 12
What will our world look like in 2030?

No futurist who has foreseen the future ahead of us will ever tell you exactly how and what will our world look like. They will simply make a careful analysis of the current advancement and show us what end result of all those advancement (in a particular field) will be in a certain phase of our coming future.

by Dhiren Rai | Nov 08
First 157 Million Years Old Ichthyosaur Fossil Found In India

Indian paleontologists have made a groundbreaking discovery as they have found 157 million years old ichthyosaur fossil outside of the village of Lodai in the western India's Gujarat province, which has been claimed to be the most complete fossil of its kind to be found in India letting us to know a bit more about our earths history.

by Aman Prajapati | Nov 08
Reality Of Death And Possibility Of Life After Death

So, what happens after you die? It’s a question humanity has wrestled with throughout the history. Sure, we have heard many stories from people who came back from near the death experience, classic one being out of the body experience. But scientists may be inching closer to answering one of the greatest mysteries of life: what happens after you die?

by Aman Prajapati | Nov 07
What is nanometer technology and why should you care?

Chipset manufacturers are focusing on narrower transistor fabrication technique. For an instance, Samsung's Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 is a leap from 14 nm fabrication to the 10nm. Narrow fabrication technique definitely offers a larger number of transistors to accommodate in the same area.

by Aashish Vermaa | Nov 06
NASA: Earth’s Ozone Hole is shrinking!

The hole in Earth’s protective ozone layer may be shrinking, but harmful chemicals in the environment still pose a risk. Higher temperatures over Antarctica this year shrank the hole in the ozone layer to the smallest it's been since 1988. Warmer than usual weather conditions have caused the hole in the ozone layer to shrink.

by Dhiren Rai | Nov 04