Sneha Susan John
One Drug For Three Tropical Diseases: What Is It?
Chagas disease, leishmaniasis and sleeping sickness can be cured with a single drug that has been recently discovered. The finding of this new drug is a ray of hope to many millions in the most backward parts of the world.
Ancient Ice Reveals Truth About Earth's Climate
Researchers are able to find out more on earth's past climate with the help of ice cores. In the National Ice Core Laboratory at Lakewood, extracted ice from the depths of Antarctica and Greenland is sliced up, photographed and tested. The ice is sent to other labs where researchers experiment in them in order to find out details about the earth's past and future.
Northern Lights Captured In International Space Station
In a single photograph taken by an astronaut in the International Space Station, a mind-blowing shot of bright lights of northern lights was captured.
Crews Battle Three Wildfires In Western Nova Scotia
Three uncontrollable forest fires in western Nova brought ground and air crews striving to contain it. The dry climate and the high temperature have made it difficult for the crews to bring the fire down.
Plant Biologists: Sunflowers Use Their Clock To Follow Sun During Day
Plant biologists have discovered sunflowers to follow the sun from east to west during the day, using their growth hormones.
Research States That Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Cause No Threat
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved of the genetically modified mosquitoes on August 5.
License Denied To Brazil's Biggest Amazon Dam
Brazil's environmental protection agency has denied permission to build a giant hydroelectric dam in the Amazon rainforest because of how it could affect indigenous communities.
Environment Canada: Three Tornados Last Evening
Environment Canada have been under sever cimate threats from yesterday as tornado warnings have been sent out at certain parts of Manitoba.
How The Brain Works To Make You Thirsty
Thirst has always been a feeling that prompts us to pick a glass of water and gulp it down. As soon as the water reaches our mouth we are relieved of the dying quench.
Nature Art Week To Start On August 6th at Knoch Knolls Park
The Naperville Park District's Nature Art Week at Knoch Knolls Nature Center begins this August 6 and ends in the 14th of august, 2016. See the Forest (For the Trees), by artist Jenny Kendler, as it will be the centerpiece of this art week.
See A Smiling Volcano In One Of Hawaii's Largest Islands
Late last week, a helicopter tour company named Paradise Helicopters captured the sight of the volcano smiling over-80-foot-deep crater during an ongoing eruption.
Sun Bear Legs Found On a Bus in Vietnam
Investigation has found that the bag of bear legs that was found on the 26th of July, which was boarded in Laos.
The First Satellite To Ever Perform Quantum Experiments
The satellite QUESS craft is going to generate entangled photons in pairs, and these photons will be blasted in China and Austria to test whether they stay together though they are distanced by 1200km.
Denying Nature: Today’s Children Prefer Buildings and Video Games Over Woods, Fields
There was a time when children loved to go outdoors, climb trees, catch a grasshopper and jump into a stream. But times have changed and children of today are no more interested in these refreshing activities.