Wiping out all of Africa’s elephants could accelerate Earth’s climate crisis by allowing 7% more damaging greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, scientists say.
A Chinese research team has developed an effective colorimetric method to detect lead contamination in water via fluorescent test strips.
Tao Guangfa, a 67-year-old Chinese villager, still remembers how people used to be afraid to eat corn, rice and other crops in the fields and along a waterway around a local arsenic mine.
Genetically modified mosquitoes have been released in Burkina Faso as part of an anti-malaria campaign.
Scientists of the Central Institute for Cotton Research (CICR) have sounded an alert for the possibility of an attack of pink bollworm on Bt cotton in Haryana this year in view of the detection of
Scientists have developed a 'virtual biopsy' device that can quickly and non-invasively determine whether a skin tumour is cancerous and needs to be removed surgically.
A team of scientists from Delhi University and the Wildlife Institute of India, in collaboration with researchers from Indonesia and the US, have discovered a new species of ‘paddy frog’ from North
You may have never heard of Bandra megavirus or Kurlavirus. These are some new giant viruses found in water samples in Mumbai by Indian scientists.
Mapping and monitoring of paddy cultivation areas is essential for making effective targeting strategies for the spread of new technologies, sustainable crop management and diversification options
Chennai: Wildlife conservationist S Theodore Baskaran said that the country was yet to see progress in addressing of environmental issues and wildlife conservation.
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