Bigger parts of plastic waste in nature stalling after some time, microscopic sections from vehicle tires as they wear out and strings of synthetic attire from washing machines add to microplastics that have made their way into soil. Microplastics can impact soil biota at various trophic levels, and even undermine human well-being through food chains. … Continue reading “Investigation Of The Metabolic Rate Of Earthworms In Different Soil Samples”
‘It Is Our Duty To Work for Water Purity’… Interesting ways to find out how can we prevent water pollution.
Marine debris, also known as marine litter, is human-created waste that has deliberately or accidentally been released in a lake, sea, ocean or waterway. Floating marine debris tends to accumulate at the center of gyres and on coastlines, frequently washing aground, when it is known as beach litter or tidewrack. Deliberate disposal of wastes at … Continue reading “‘It Is Our Duty To Work for Water Purity’… Interesting ways to find out how can we prevent water pollution.”
What is a Bell Siphon? Something in a bell-shaped form to experiment? No! A bell siphon is used in ebb and flow aquaponics and hydroponics systems in order to regulate the flow of water. In an ebb and flow (also known as flood and drain) system water is pumped into the grow bed. At a … Continue reading “Interesting! Kids Can Become Young Scientists by Experimenting these few Easy Steps!”
liquid magnets : The rules for what makes a good magnet may not be as rigid as scientists once thought. Researchers have just created liquid droplets that behave like tiny bar magnets. Magnets that produce a permanent magnetic field typically are made from solids, such as iron. Like tiny bar magnets, each of their atoms … Continue reading “Shocking Discovery!! Magnets are liquid too!”
Astronomers are planning to hunt for cores of exoplanets around white dwarf stars by ‘tuning in’ to the radio waves that they emit. In new research led by the University of Warwick, scientists have determined the best candidate white dwarfs to start their search, based upon their likelihood of hosting surviving planetary cores and the … Continue reading “Perishable Planets can ‘tune in’ upto for billion years.”
Scientists at the University of Leeds have created a new form of gold which is just two atoms thick — the thinnest unsupported gold ever created. The researchers measured the thickness of the gold to be 0.47 nanometres — that is one million times thinner than a human finger nail. The material is regarded as … Continue reading “Scientists discover the Ultra-Thin Gold”
Aiming laser light into a mouse’s brain can make them “see” lines that aren’t there. This is the first time scientists have created a specific visual perception with lab trickery. The experiment used optogenetics. This technique uses laser light to activate nerve cells in the brain called neurons. Scientists tweak the neurons to have a … Continue reading “Even Mice hallucinate… let’s know-how!”
Maths is not tricky anymore! These students found the shortcut path to any media through the use of mathematical shapes with the help of this innovative model. To know what makes this model stand out, have a look at the video!
The studying has been confined into a four wall system which is monotonic and is very culminate a serious mood. Subjects like maths which are already serious can turn difficult in such situations. This layout of math park which change the way you teach maths and make it much more fun and enthusiastic. Do watch … Continue reading “Maths Park”