There is no doubt to say that with the emergence of 3D printing, a number of implausible architectural projects have been delivered worldwide but now, with the growth of ruthless technology in the area; idea is to move onto the next level. Doing something with 3D printing for the outer space will surely prove to be something elite and advantageous.
Due to a decision from the Israel-based parent company of electric-car support company Better Place, there might be a termination of 40 jobs at its Australian operations.
This decision is in regard of arranging better provisions to focus on Israel and Denmark areas. Unless the company is able to find new investors, the situation cannot be controlled.
A study has demonstrated that local weather can determine the opinion of people on issues like global warming. University of British Columbia researchers have said that the climate change concerns increase according to the local temperature.
UBC Geography Prof. Simon Donner, who led the study, published Tuesday in the journal Climate Change said that cold winter is enough for people and newspapers to doubt the global harmony on global warming.
An international environmental watchdog has named Lake Winnipeg as the threatened lake of the year 2013. Above facts have even been confirmed by Ms. Vicki Burns, the Outreach Coordinator for the Lake Winnipeg Foundation, who detailed in his statements about the warnings that she and her department have been receiving since the year 1969 from scientists about Lake Winnipeg's future.
Finally, the truth is out and as was believed, it's him! Yes, experts have confirmed from the test reports that the bones found are of King Richard III making this latest discovery as one of the most significant ones in the archaeological history.
Along with, experts claim that the findings are also shedding new light on the king's last resting place thereby solving the 500-year-old mystery over his death.
Convergence of fields for quantum physics and biology has come up with a new microscope. Its inventors have said that the microscope has the potential of opening new avenues to resolve the mystery of living cells.
In collaboration between The University of Queensland and the Australian National University, team of experts says that the basic components of life can be understood easily through this microscope.