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Nakul Vats

China Set Out Its First Deep-Sea Manned Submersible for Hunting Indian Ocean Minerals

China Set Out Its First Deep-Sea Manned Submersible for Hunting Indian Ocean Minerals

China, after securing a historic deal with the International Seabed Authority (ISA) for the exclusive copyright of exploring the valuable sulfide minerals under the Indian Ocean, on Monday has taken a significant step forward for...
Super-Rare Frog “Cave Squeaker” In Zimbabwe

Scientists Discover Super-Rare Frog “Cave Squeaker” In Zimbabwe after 54 Years

A super rare frog species that has been not witnessed since decades has recently been spotted in Zimbabwe. After some six decades, a team of scientists spotted a super rare frog in Zimbabwe‘s Chimanimani...
An Indo-American Student Figures out an Economical Way for Making Saltwater Drinkable

An Indo-American Student Figures out an Economical Way for Making Saltwater Drinkable

The crisis of water is one of the most somber setbacks; the current society is facing today. However, soon, scientists will be able to address the concerns of the shortage of drinking water, thanks...
Ghost Shark Species with an Idiosyncratic Bucktooth

Scientists Classified 50th Ghost Shark Species with an Idiosyncratic Bucktooth in Atlantic and Indian...

A brand new species of extremely rare ghost shark has just added to the existing list of known ghost sharks. With a distinctive ‘Bucktooth,' the 50th species of ghost sharks was spotted in Atlantic...
Alphabet’s Satellite Imagery Terra Bella

Planet Labs Latches onto Alphabet’s Satellite Imagery Terra Bella

Google’s parental company – Alphabet is drawing back from one of its tangential and ultra-modern missions, and this time, it is the satellite imagery. The company is reported sold its satellite imaging unit called...
Brain-Computer Interface

Brain-Computer Interface helped Patients with Complete Locked-In Syndrome to Use Their Mind for Communication

Earlier, it is widely believed that patients with complete locked-in syndrome – a paralyzed condition where the patient is awake but can’t communicate verbally – usually lives an unsatisfied life and lacks those grants...
It’s Official; 3-Billion-Years-Old ‘Lost Continent’ Lurks at Bottom of Indian Ocean

It’s Official; 3-Billion-Years-Old ‘Lost Continent’ Lurks at Bottom of Indian Ocean

A long-lost continent, which once sandwiched between India and Madagascar, now lurks at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, revealed a research report published on Tuesday. According to the study, conducted by a team...
Yum in ‘Tomato’

Scientists to Restore the Yum in ‘Tomato’ By Tinkering With Its Genetic Formula

Over the past couple of decades, the commercially cultivated grocery tomatoes have lacked all most all of their flavors. If you take a bite of the tomatoes sold in supermarkets, you may sense like...
volcano

Scientists Decode Cause of 73,000-Years-Old Largest Volcanic Eruptions

Volcanic Eruptions are one of the most hazardous natural calamities, which pose the threat of wiping out humanity partially. Over the millennia, the world has witnessed a number of major and minor eruptions in...

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