- January 14, 2018
‘When trying to increase nutrient rich indigenous fish production, biodiversity, income and consumption, microhabitat can play an important role’
‘Around 14% of the total paddy production in Bangladesh is produced in Haor and if the rice supply is ensured and yield in this area is increased, this would mitigate the impacts of climate change not just to food producers but also to consumers through price stability of rice.’
The eight-planet system orbits a star called Kepler 90 some 2,545 light-years away
Hawking, who opened his Weibo account last year, has 4.3 million followers, while British Prime Minister Theresa May has more than 900,000, having inherited her account from David Cameron
Asteroids like Oumuamua enter our solar system about once a year, these scientists said
Evidence previously was found in China of a fermented alcoholic mix of rice, honey and fruit from about 7000 BC
Professor Hawking sees an answer in the interstellar space travel programme Breakthrough Starshot – which is worth $100 million and was announced in 2016
A recent survey of 20 transgender men found that none of them had undergone egg retrieval and freezing for fertility preservation
Dr Paulson said there was no anatomical reason why ‘a womb could not successfully be implanted into a transgender woman’
Ichthyosaur is the first of its kind fossil to be found in India
“She embodies the very essence of innovation,” says Goddard Chief Technologist Peter Hughes
Humans would also be able to control the surrounding environment and their homes with their thoughts alone
Dementia can go unnoticed for up to 20 years
New evidence reveals that the Egyptians transported 170,000 tonnes of limestone in boats to build the Great Pyramid at Giza
Nasa’s Cassini space probe has reached the last stages of its Saturn research. A series of 22 flights between the planet and its innermost rings is planned. The 20-year mission ends in September, the probe is controlled into the Saturn atmosphere and ignited there. This conclusion is necessary in order to avoid contamination with some important Saturn moons.
If synthetic fibres are in tap water, they’re also likely in foods prepared with water like bread, pasta, soup, and baby formula
Researchers say alcohol attracts mosquitoes
Lemmy, a metal icon, has been honoured in yet another innovative manner
Voyagers 1 and 2 were launched in 1977 to take advantage of a favourable alignment of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, and are now exploring interstellar space.
Why do some people lean to the left while kissing when most people lean towards their right?