Back to Life

A frog swallows an insect and it is digested. Now in a rare case one beetle species shrugs off being digested. It has sneaked out through the captor’s anus. The pond frog Pelophylax nigromaculatus swallowed the aquatic beetle Regimbartia attenuata, the beetle was whole and alive. The researchers found that the beetles reappeared within six […]

Forensic Science

Forensic Science is applying scientific knowledge for crime investigation. The evidences found at the crime scene are investigated using laboratory tests and analysis. This involves physics, chemistry, psychology, biology (and botany), and digital & cyber forensics. The result of forensic study is important not just to solve crime but for displaying in court as evidence. […]

B.Ed in Sanskrit:CSSET

Combined Shiksha Shastri Entrance (CSSET) is conducted for B.Ed. course in Sanskrit for three Sanskrit deemed universities. They are: Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan – New Delhi, Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth – Tirupati Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi. The test will be conducted across the country in various centres. For writing this […]

High Tech Force Lowest Tech Vehicle

The US Space Force has acquired the lowest tech vehicle a horse. The 5-year old mustang, Ghost is to be a conservation cop. It is to help the human members of the Working Horse program traverse the vast hills and beaches of Vandenburg, keeping an eye on the area’s many protected species and any intruders […]

Without Tagging

An experienced and most sharp-eyed of ornithologist find it difficult to recognize individual birds. Researchers have now developed artificial intelligence tool that can identify individual small birds. The greatest limitation in the study of wild birds is that of recognizing individual birds. AI models are trained to recognize individual birds. For this the researchers collected […]

The Microbes Return

Dormant 100-million-year-old microbes have been revived by the scientists. These microbes were buried in the seafloor and dormant in a seemingly lifeless zone of the seabed. The tiny organisms survived in the South Pacific seabed. It was poor in nutrients, but has enough oxygen to allow them to live. The extremely slow accumulation of organic […]

Ice Age Weeds

Kelp off the coast of Scotland, Ireland and France has survived since the last ice age, around 16,000 years ago, says a new study. Kelp is a type of large, brown seaweed that grows in shallow, nutrient-rich saltwater near coastal fronts around the world. Experts from Heriot-Watt University’s Orkney campus analysed the genetic composition of […]

Not Born Big

The world’s biggest fishes are the mola, or sunfish. An adult sunfish are the heaviest bony fish in the world, measuring up to 10 feet long and weighing more than 2,000 kilograms. They have bizarre shape. adults resemble enormous, flattened pancakes topped by a massive dorsal fin like a shark’s. Their bodies are unusually short […]

Perseverance Launch And Martian Meteorite

NASA has cleared the launch for Mars rover Perseverance. It will happen at 7:50 am (1150 GMT) on July 30 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on board a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. It will land at Jezero Crater on 18 February 2021 after a seven-month journey. On-board will be a Martian meteorite discovered in […]

Hubble’s Saturn Click

The ageing Hubble space telescope has captured a crystal clear image of Saturn from 1.35 billion kilometres (839 million miles) away. Usually the planet is seen as a pinprick of light with the naked eye. Currently it is summer in Saturn’s northern hemisphere. This means top north half is tilted towards us (and the Sun). […]