Tag: science

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.

A New Microscope That Can See Through Skulls

A new microscope has been invented that can see through thick layers of bone such as the skull. Find out more.

Scientists Unravel Mystery of Photosynthesis

Scientists explain the initial, ultrafast events through which photosynthetic proteins capture light and use it to initiate a series of electron transfer reactions.

Can Science Help Us Find the Perfect Horror Movie?

It's spooky season again and horror fans all around the world are struggling in their search for the scariest movie. Can Science help determine the same?

The Most Precise Measurements of Dark Matter Yet

The precise measurements of dark matter have been a long time mystery. Now, scientists have shed light on the topic with exciting additions. Find out more.

3 Scientists Win The Nobel Physics Prize For Black Hole Breakthrough

Three scientists, Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez, won the 2020 Nobel Physics Prize for extraordinary research work about black holes.