Science

NAMA Facility Launched to Help Poor Countries Fight Climate Change

Nationally Appropriate Mitigating Actions (NAMA) facility was launched by the UK and Germany in a meeting at Qatar, which was aimed at making decisions to tackle with the climate change.

Japan Scientists Got Trips Sponsored By Nuclear Plant Operators

As per the revelations of a new report, a team of scientists from Japan, which helps in setting national radiation exposure limits, has been found to have its overseas trips sponsored by the nuclear plant operators of the country for years.

West Africa left with just 500 Lions

According to a study, which has been funded by National Geographic's Big Cats Initiative, it has been revealed that African lions are declining at a massive rate. The study, which has been published in the journal Biodiversity and Conservation, has raised concerns among experts about the future survival of lions.

Latest Experiment Raises Hopes for Vegetation on Moon

A lab experiment was recently being conducted in Beijing, whose conclusions have been out. It is following the same that gardening is being expected by astronauts in China on Moon, a recent report claims.

Alaska Humpback Whales’ Population Increases Significantly

It was a recorded in a recent boat tour organized in Sitika Whalefest Science Symposium held from November 1-4 that there is a significant increase in the number of humpback whales of Alaska.

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