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SEE PICS: UAE introduces a 'Mars Science City' in race for space colonisation

SEE PICS: UAE introduces a 'Mars Science City' in race for spa...

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has introduced a $135 million (approximately Rs 890 crore) Mars Science City project in an effort to "simulate living on the surface of Mars." DNA, 1 week ago

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Urban economy and garden ecology: The need for balance

City-based science nomad who tries to find definitive answers
 DNA1 day ago

USTM Convocation held

JORABAT, Sept 9 - University of Science & Technology Meghalaya held its 3rd Convocation at Techno City Campus here today. A total of 905 students including 744 at PG level, 161 at UG level and two Ph.D scholars received degrees at the convocation. The ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago Flood relief collection drive  The Assam Tribune2 months ago

Scientists discover Octlantis – an underwater city built by octopuses in Australia

Octlantis is the name of the underwater site built by octopuses where they communicate with each other by posturing, chasing or colour changes.
 Zee News3 weeks ago Octlantis: Underwater 'city' built by octopuses discovered!  DNA3 weeks ago

No roadblocks for 2nd day of visit

On Thursday, locals will face some traffic issues on the Science city, Thathej Road, as the convoy will passing from the area, but according to the traffic department, they have not blocked or diverted any routes.
 DNA1 month ago

Common moss may prove a cheap city pollution monitor, say scientists

By Sophie Hares TEPIC, Mexico, Aug 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - D elicate mosses found on rocks and trees in cities around the world can be used to measure the impact of atmospheric change and could prove a low-cost way to monitor urban pollution, ...
 DNA1 month ago

US 'body clock' scientists win Nobel prize

Reuters City: Stockholm/London US scientists Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young won the 2017 Nobel prize for medicine on Monday for unraveling molecular mechanisms that control our internal body clocks. These help explain how people experience ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Bagels, pretzels, Boo! How to explain science Nobel Prizes  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Incomplete drought recovery may be the new normal

PTI City: Washington Scientists predict more-severe droughts of greater frequency in the 21st century A chronic state of incomplete drought recovery may be the new normal for the remainder of the 21st century, due to increasingly common extreme temperatures, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

White-topping as pothole killer?

Devastated by record rains, the city's tattered roads have trapped Bengalureans in a twister of commute woes. In its frantic search for a late remedy, the government has a cure: White-topping, a massive, expensive project covering 29 roads dubbed as a final ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Maharani's College may lose its cluster university tag

Maharanis College for Arts, Home Science, Commerce and Management faces the threat of losing the Maharani Cluster University tag as the government is yet to come up with guidelines even 15 months after the Centre released its share of funds. The UGC, in its ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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