Good things to start the day with!
Nov 23, 2021
Delhi pollution: 'Every time I go outside my eyes start to burn'
Schools in Delhi, India, are to remain closed until further notice because of the high levels of air pollution in the city.
Nov 17, 2021
Portugal bans bosses contacting staff after work
Technology is an integral and often indispensable part of our lives. However, it can also be an intrusive part, especially where the workplace is concerned.
Nov 16, 2021
How an Oyster Can Form a Perfectly Symmetrical Pearl Better Than We Can With All Our Technology
In research that could inform future high-performance nanomaterials, a University of Michigan-led team has uncovered for the first time how mollusks build ultradurable structures with a level of symmetry that outstrips everything else in the natural world, with the exception of individual atoms.
Nov 15, 2021
NASA’s Lucy Mission Will Visit Eight Asteroids
NASA has launched a special spacecraft called Lucy. Lucy will take a 12-year trip to learn more about a group of asteroids known as the Trojans.
Nov 15, 2021
Architecture Built 1,000 Years Ago to Catch Rain is Being Revived to Save India’s Parched Villages
They brought access to fresh water for millennia, and existed as long-honored pieces of cultural heritage, and then they were abandoned. Now a new chapter is opening on the stepwells of India.
Nov 14, 2021
2021's Final Lunar Eclipse Is A Must-See Event!
Partial lunar eclipses are typically not considered as newsworthy as total lunar eclipses. However, the one taking place overnight on November 18 and 19, 2021, is definitely worthy of a mention.
Nov 11, 2021
Whale and krill food chain helps fight climate change
The vast appetites of the largest whales are a much bigger ecological force than scientists thought – and boosting their numbers could be a powerful way of fighting climate change.
Nov 11, 2021
Companies Develop New Pills to Treat Covid-19
The drug companies Merck and Pfizer have each come up with new medicines that can help protect people from the worst effects of the coronavirus
Nov 10, 2021
It has been years in the making but the team working on Nasa's James Webb Space Telescope are carrying out the final preparations before it launches into orbit in around six weeks' time.
Engineers around the world, including a team from the UK, have been working on the JWST, which will be able to look back in time to just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang - (which was thought to have happened more than 13.5 billion years ago).