Boris Johnson has announced a pricey tech partnership with Bill Gates, saying the pairing will set off a “green industrial revolution” capable of meeting Britain’s climate commitments and covering costs London couldn’t pay itself.
The first UK houses where appliances are fuelled by hydrogen are due to be opened by April. Authorities are hoping that buildings will offer the public with a hint into the potential future home. The main aim of the plan is to develop a town heated by hydrogen gas entirely by the end of this decade.
ROXXANE is a new technology funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 project to track hate speech, propoganda, political extremism and organised crime.
Scientists have pinpointed the signs of brain activity that make up our brain fingerprint, which -- like our regular fingerprint -- is unique.
French scientists have determined more that 5,000 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles reach earth every year. It comes from asteroids or comets. These extraterrestrial particles have been collected from a Franco-Italian Antarctic station.
Almost 80 research papers by DRDO scientists have been flagged for ‘image manipulation’. An anonymous commenter on the online platform PubPeer which is used by scientists to voice their concerns on research papers that have undergone scrutiny, flagged the papers.
Russia is planning to launch a Russian alternative to Wikipedia. Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting of the Russian Language Council on November 5 that unlike Wikipedia, a digital version of the Great Russian Encyclopedia could become...
India has always been a vast and virtually unlimited resource base, both human and natural, providing for the economic engine of all countries in the world. This is true in both the sense and the spirit of the word....
Researchers at the University of Arizona are planning to work on a futuristic concept and build Noah's Ark like complex on the moon called Moon Ark to store the sperms and seeds on the moon.
It has been detected previously that animals shed DNA, known as eDNA from their bodies into the environment. It was also previously detected in water, snow and soil, but not in the air. Now, scientists have found that human and animal DNA can be collected from air too. Scientists say this study can prove beneficial in studying contagious diseases like COVID-19, elusive animals, criminal investigations, forensic science and archaeology.