Science

Toxicology and its effects

Toxicology deals with the science of poisons. Chemicals/substances which are toxic in nature are present in the environment and find their way to the organisms through food chain, contact or respiration. The lower doses of these chemicals get accumulated in the body tissues and impair the growth/function while their higher […]

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Ecological Organization of Organisms

All organisms are interdependent and interrelated with one another and with their environment. This concept applies at all levels from a small pond to the world. Implicit in ecological organization is the idea that plants and animals do not occur randomly, but rather that particular kinds are especially adapted to […]

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FACTS ABOUT HUMAN BODY

1.You are taller in the morning Measure yourself in the morning, then again at night. You’re going to be taller in the morning because of how the cartilage in your bones compresses during the day. 2.Your heart beats about 100,000 times a day Depending on your beats per minute, your […]

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NEANDERTHALS – Our Closest Relatives

The Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) are our closest ancient human relatives. Homo is a Latin word describing “man” or “human.” The term neanderthalensis comes from the Neander Valley in Germany, where the first significant specimen was discovered in 1856. The German word for valley is ‘Tal,’.  Hence, Homo neanderthalensis signifies “Human […]

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Artificial Intelligence: Can the AI take over?

rchers have tried hard to create strong AIs with a completely different set of ethical concerns – the main obviously being how would such machines live with humans if they are free to think – but have failed so far. And believe it or not, strong AIs might really not be a thing for at least another 50-100 years at the very least. Maybe even a couple of centuries after that.

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Crop Circles

Crop circles are the strange patterns that appear mysteriously overnight in farmers’ fields—provoke puzzlement, delight and intrigue among the press and public alike. The circles are mostly found in the United Kingdom, but have spread to dozens of countries around the world in past decades. The mystery has inspired countless […]

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Science and Technology have now become crucial parts of our life and our life has many luxuries and we are able to utilize them because of science and technology. It has helped us to do all these in short time because of the advancement in science and technology. Every day […]

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The impact of Social Media Influencers on Sales

The way social media influencers directly or indirectly influence publicity and promotion somehow also influence the sales of a brand. Some of the ways in which social media influencers impact sales are: 1. Help in Consumer Research Phase: Nowadays, market is mostly “consumer-oriented”. Consumers search and research, read reviews about […]

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World Nature Conservation Day

Conservation is the care and protection of  resources so that they can persist for future generations. Conservation seeks the sustainable use of nature by humans along with preservation. Preservation means protecting nature. World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated on 28 July annually. It is celebrated to generate awareness of the […]

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The Accidental Discovery !

An enzyme that produces some mycotoxins less deadly has been discovered by a group of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) researchers at the London Research and Development Centre in London, Ont. WHY IT MATTERS? Mycotoxin infection in crops can have a massive monetary impact for farmers and biofuel producers, and […]

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