Tag: science

New Research Reveals Tyrannosaurs Could Have Lived in Packs

New research revealed that tyrannosaurs may not be solitary predators as previously believed, but lived in packs like wolves.

Oxygenic Photosynthesis Could Hold Answers to Life in Space: New Research

Researchers have found that early life on Earth could perform crucial steps in Oxygenic Photosynthesis. This significantly changes our view of life on Earth.

Ocean Currents Like Earth Could Be on Enceladus Too: New Analysis

A new analysis suggests that Enceladus' ocean could have currents just like Earth. Find out more.

Smallest Gravitational Field Measurement Ever Made: New Experiment

Researchers have measured the gravitational field of the smallest object ever. Find out more.

‘Digital Twin of Earth’ to Help Scientists Predict Climate Change

A group of scientists are looking to combine the Earth sciences and the computer sciences to create a 'digital twin of Earth'. Read on to find out more.

World’s Smallest Reptile Found in Madagascar

A minuscule chameleon was found in Northern Madagascar by a team of international scientists and is believed to be the smallest reptile on Earth. Find out more.

Snow in the Sahara: Fourth Time in 42 Years

There is snow in the Sahara, one of the driest places on Earth, happening for the fourth time in over 42 years. Find out more about this rare occurrence.

‘Polaron’ Quasiparticles Observed for The First Time: New Study

In a new discovery, researchers have observed polarons, a type of quasiparticles in perovskite. Find out more.