Science Archive

Space Travel Could Become Impossible In The Future – Unless We Clean It Up

A few weeks ago, I was simply browsing through my daily science briefing, my news feed and multiple messengers instantly started buzzing with news articles regarding a new world record. India had launched a total of 104 satellites onboard a single rocket into space,

Solving Hunger With Food Waste – The Robin Hood Army

The Robin Hood Army is a New Delhi, India, based organisation that works to get surplus food from restaurants and distribute it to hungry and less fortunate people of society. The organisation has over 9000 volunteers in 13 countries, in 41 cities, so far. The

Study Finds The Internet Works Much Like Our Brain

A new study has found an intriguing correlation between the functions of the internet and neural activity in the human brain. Hailed by many neurologists as a groundbreaking initiative, the functional similarity between the brain and the internet can potentially open new avenues into

Researchers discover new fossils suggesting Mars had perfect conditions for early life-forms

Researchers have discovered the oldest fossil on Earth pointing towards the fact that the early life organisms existed on earth, and were thriving some 4.2 billion years ago. This new estimate is hundreds of millions of years earlier than it was previously believed by

Air Pollution: London’s Invisible Child Killer

802. The number of schools in London which exceed the legal air quality level in the UK. 40,000. The number of people whose deaths are directly attributed to air pollution each year in the UK. 5. The number of days into 2017 that one

Astronaut from ISS trolls conspiracy theorists with a spacewalk selfie

What can convince a perpetual naysayer? Probably nothing at all. The nifty trend of defying fact and established truth in the face of colossal empirical evidence has been picking up lately. There are folks who have the audacity to deny climate change, the moon landing,

WMD used in the Assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia

The reports emerging from the investigation into the assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia suggest a hair-raising aspect of an already unsettling matter. Two women dressed as ordinary tourists attacked the half-brother of current Supreme Leader of the hermit state North Korea. The operation

Everything you need to know about NASA’s latest discovery about the possible Alien life in our Milky Way Galaxy

NASA has recently released their latest findings regarding the possibility of the existence of alien life within Milky Way galaxy that has both astronomers and space enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. According to NASA, the constellation of Aquarius is possibly the home to a huddle

Deadly new disease threatens largest wheat producing region

Researchers warn of a stem rust that could have returned to the largest wheat producing region in the world. Last year in Sicily, wheat crops were affected by a new and unusually harmful fungal infection, say researchers. Its spores could infect the harvest this year

How You Are Being Conned Into Doing Nothing For The Environment

Right at this very moment, you are doing nothing. You may be sitting, and you may be reading, and you may even be on public transport, but you are doing nothing. Nothing, in the sense that your actions right at this moment are doing