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Home Scientists are carrying on their research to make the best use of sustainable energy across the world. There are many possibilities. The UK however moved ahead of others in the race. They recently announced a huge investment in a prototype fusion power facility that could be functioning as a commercial power plant by 2040. In nuclear fusion, the ‘fusion’ part refers to the fact that isotopes of extremely light elements like hydrogen are fusing
Technology
bacteria, illness, virus
Home What if we say to you that viruses can play an important role in future batteries? Well, this innovation about exploitation of the thing which viruses do the best, DNA hijacking. Viruses contain DNA and RNA depending on their types. In order to replicate, they have to inject their genetic material into a living cell and get that cell replicate for them. A team at MIT is using viruses for their own devices. They
Virus
vaccine, cure, medicine
Home India would be starting a new phase of Vaccinations from 1st May. People aged above 18 years would be eligible to get themselves vaccinated. The registrations for all people above the age of 18 years are set to begin on April 28 to set the ball rolling. The government categorically mentions, “Only self registration and advance appointments for people between 18 and 45 years of age. No walks in allowed.”So how to get yourself
Covid19, Vaccine
galaxy, space, universe
Home We are all familiar with black holes, the highly dense points in space where gravity is so strong and matter is packed up so tight from which even light cannot escape. Now gravitational waves, first proposed by Einstein and confirmed by Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) are ripples in space time and caused objects turn space into a wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey thing. It is claimed that almost 85% of the matter in the
Physics, Space, Technology
Nasa Earth gravity
Home We all are familiar with the term gravity. In high school, we have been taught that Earth’s gravity pulls things toward its center at a rate of 9.8m/s^2. However it’s not entirely accurate. The Earth’s gravitational pull isn’t uniform, varying from one place to another and changes over time. Gravity is directly related to mass, more massive an object is, the more force it uses to pull on other objects.Since 2000, scientists used satellites
Space, Technology

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