A team of scientists has a plan to send a drone on Saturn largest moon. This mission will give researchers to explore the moon from…
Scientists have found something unusual that is to say a blue tartar was found on the teeth of a medieval skeleton. Approximately 1,000 years ago, a woman in Germany died and was buried in an unmarked grave in a church cemetery. There is no some information from her death.View More Archeologists Found a Blue Tartar on the Teeth of Nun
The researchers have created world’s first laser-cooled plasma that is 50 times colder than the Universe. The laser-cooled plasma is made by scientists for the first time that will be used to simulate some of the hottest and most exotic matter in the deep space.View More Physicists Created Laser-Cooled Plasma 50 Times Colder than Universe
New revelation; researchers have found remains of giant herbivore that according to them lived on Earth 200m years ago. Herbivores are animals that eat plants. Herbivory is a form of consumption in which a heterotrophic organism consumes other organisms, principally autotrophs such as plants, algae and photosynthesizing bacteria.View More Researchers Discovered Remains of Giant Herbivore
Scientists identify vibrations from Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf that emerge from earthquakes and ocean waves. The phenomenon was unexpected for researchers; they were surprised to hear the ice sheet “singing” after examining the higher frequencies. The sound, which resembled a low moan, turned out to be a valuable tool.View More Antarctic Ross Ice Shelf Is Singing – What Has Happened?
Scientists name world’s largest bird elephant as Vorombe titan (meaning “big bird”). The first species of elephant bird to be described, Aepyornis maximus, has often been considered to be the world’s largest bird.View More Scientists Name the Largest Bird Ever as Vorombe Titan
This is the first time, when scientists get Liquid Light at Room Temperature. This matter is both a superfluid, which has zero friction and viscosity, and a kind of Bose-Einstein condensate, mentions bizsiziz.com. As we know the light acts like a wave, and sometimes like a particle, always travelling in a straight line. That’s why human’s eyes can’t see around corners or objects. (But under extreme conditions, light can also act like a liquid Liquid Light and actually flow around objects).View More For The First Time, Scientists Achieve Liquid Light at Room Temperature
We have an interesting news for you about Panama monkeys. It turns out that a group of white-faced capuchin monkeys in Panama wanted to go to Stone Age. Why Researchers think like that, because Panama monkeys have begun to use stone tools for breaking nuts and shellfish.View More Why Does Panama Monkeys Use Stone Tools for Breaking Nuts?
Around for decades there is no cure for HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). But one man whose name is Timothy Ray Brown received a functional cure for HIV back in 2007.View More In History Only One Man Had a Cure for HIV. How Is It Possible?
A new study has discovered that chimpanzee nests may be cleaner than humans. So after conducting new result, it shows that there is lower number of body-derived bacteria in chimpanzee nests than in humans’ bed.View More New Study Suggests Chimpanzees Have Cleaner Beds Than Humans