India Makes History by Landing a Spacecraft at the Moon’s South Pole

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India Makes History by Landing a Spacecraft Near the Moon's South Pole

ndia achieved a historic milestone on Wednesday by becoming the first country to successfully land a spacecraft near the moon's south pole. This momentous voyage into uncharted territory holds immense scientific potential, including the prospect of discovering frozen water reserves

Pig kidney xenotransplantation is thriving in the human body

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Pig kidney xenotransplantation performing optimally after 32 days in human body

This work demonstrates a pig kidney—with only one genetic modification and without experimental medications or devices—can replace the function of a human kidney for at least 32 days without being rejected,”

Treated wastewater exerts an impact on our rivers

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Treated wastewater exerts an impact on our rivers

Modern treatment techniques such as ozonation or activated charcoal filtering can make water treatment in wastewater treatment plants more efficient, allowing a wider range of pollutants, including many trace substances, to be removed from the wastewater before it is released into the environment.

Microplastics discovered in tissues of whales and dolphins

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Microplastics have been found virtually everywhere, from the deepest ocean trenches to remote Arctic ice.

The study, slated for publication in the Environmental Pollution journal, reveals that two-thirds of the marine mammals surveyed were found to have microscopic plastic particles embedded in their tissues.

Researchers Successfully Restore Hearing in Mice

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Researchers Successfully Restore Hearing in Mice

"Our study challenges the notion that degenerative hearing loss is always irreversible. By demonstrating the potential for reversal through genetic methods in mice, we pave the way for exploring gene therapy and pharmaceutical interventions for individuals with similar forms of hearing loss."

Utilizing 239 Million-Year-Old Fossils to Enhance the Search for Martian Aliens

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Mars Surface pictursa

In the quest for Martian aliens, scientists might begin their search by examining microscopic fossils within lava rocks right here on Earth.

Exploring the Top 7 Technology Trends of 2023: From AI to 5D Technology

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Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Exploring the Top 7 Technology Trends of 2023: From AI to 5D Technology

AI Demonstrated 95% Accuracy in Listening, Typing, and Data Processing

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AI Demonstrates 95% Accuracy in Listening, Typing, and Data Processing"

he research team’s findings unveiled a startling reality: a deep learning model trained to interpret keystrokes recorded through a microphone can achieve an astonishing accuracy rate of 95%.

NASA research: Aggravating Climate Hazards at Two Degrees Warming

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NASA Study Reveals Compounding Climate Risks at Two Degrees of Warming

n a bid to uncover the potential ripple effects of rising temperatures, NASA's study takes center stage. Their journey begins with climate forecasts from premier models worldwide, a tapestry of insights that bolsters our grasp of Earth's changing climate.

Researchers convert waste paper into battery components for Mobile phones and electric vehicles

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Paper wastes

Researchers convert waste paper into battery components for Mobile phones and electric vehicles