Was the ‘world’s oldest axe’ discovered in Australia?

Fragments of the world oldest axe which is a size of a thumbnail has been found in Australia. It has been discovered in Kimberly,...
NASA releases 56 patents free

NASA releases 56 patents free for commercial use

NASA opens up its vault consisting of more than 50 previously patented technologies that could be adopted and used by investors to Spur America’s...

Camels’ use for world trade transportation led to diversification of their...

A scientific study that has just surfaced online suggests that human migration has led to the diversification of Camels' DNA all across the globe. More...

Paleontologists reconstruct a 250-million-year old Aquatic reptile!

Taking cues from a 250-million-year old fossil, scientists have reconstructed a reptilian skull of an extinct Aquatic animal. The skull has been constructed by...

Astronomers find a Giant Black Hole 660 million times bigger than...

According to a study report published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters on May 09, 2016, it has been found that a humongous black hole at...

Global Presence of Leopards Dwindled by 75%

A new study published in the Journal Peer J on May 07, 2016, it has been learned that the global presence of Leopards has...
Ocean's first vegetarian reptile

Bizarre Fossil hints about Ocean’s first vegetarian reptile?

In 2014, scientists unearthed the bizarre fossil of a crocodile-sized sea-dwelling reptile which is believed to be lived on Earth more than 250 million...

Global warming unconventionally causing geological havoc

Recent discoveries have compelled scientists to believe that shifting glaciers may well result in earthquakes. There has been quite a buzz going on in...
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UN report backs India to dominate working-age population

On 29th April, 2016, the United Nations Development Programme released their Human Resource Development Programme. The report highlighted the fact that India will be...