Researching the curiosity

New solar cells produces fuel in presence of CO2 and sunlight


 Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have found a new way to convert solar energy into usable energy. They have made a new solar cell that can efficiently convert atmospheric carbon dioxide into energy dense fuel instead of… Continue Reading →

One Plus 3: The Flagship Budget Phone


 We have been about hearing about One Plus since its prior launch of its One Plus One smartphone. One Plus One shattered the smartphone world by bringing the high end galaxy specs within the range of $350. However, this year the… Continue Reading →

Impacts of Genetically Modified Seeds


 In the modern world GMO(Genetically Modified Organisms) seeds are gaining a lot of reputation. Many people too claim that these seeds play pivotal in feeding the increasing human population. Many US and international companies have started promoting the GMO crops all… Continue Reading →

MIT researchers have released a programmable vaccine


 Generally, when the outbreak of a disease takes places scientist work hard to prepare a vaccine to combat against those diseases. But, it takes a long time to prepare the vaccine for those diseases, and they are too risky. They… Continue Reading →

Genes are helping you be succesful


 Most of us give credits to our hard work, family environment, education and other things after you achieve success in your life. There is another thing that is playing a silent yet powerful role in our success at work is… Continue Reading →

Red Wine: Should you really drink it?


 Nowadays, red wine has gained popularity all over the world. It is also an important agent in the European diet. However, questions arise whether the wine is really a deteriorating source of our health? Should we really consume it? In… Continue Reading →

Selfie gives distorted image of your attractiveness


 The trend of taking selfie has increased significantly over the smaller period of time and this can be perceived by seeing the amount of selfies uploaded on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and so on. Many people… Continue Reading →

Plants may sleep at night


   All of us know that animals sleep every day following their circadian rhythm. But, it was unclear about plants whether they sleep or not. It was the topic of debate among many people. A team of researchers has found… Continue Reading →

Dandruff might be caused by bacteria


 Dandruff is a common scalp disorder which is formed by the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. According to a report, around 50% of the people in the world is suffering from this problem. This problem is mainly… Continue Reading →

Chicken or The Egg: Which one really came first?


 Since the ancient era, we are dangling with the question: Did the egg come first or the chicken? This can be interpreted in two ways. In order to lay an egg, we need a chicken and to hatch a chick… Continue Reading →

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