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    A new study shows, soil could absorb 5.5 billion tonnes of CO2 annually, if managed properly 

    Highlights:The soil around the globe could absorb 1/4th of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Only the upper 1st meter of soil around the world contain...

    Jaguar Land Rover reveals the autonomous electric shuttle concept that can be configured into a shared car

    Jaguar Land Rover is known for its aggressive mindblowing projects. On Tuesday, the company announced 'Project Vector', a futuristic-looking electric shuttle. The car is...

    SpaceX’s Crew Dragon first human-passengered launch may come sooner than expected.

    The SpaceX's first human-passengered, Crew Dragon capsule launch may come sooner than expected. According to a tweet from Ars Technica's Eric Berger, Crew Dragon may...

    How Internet of Things (IoT) can change your life in 2020

    The most sensational topic on internet is the Internet of Things (IoT) represents the next phase of the internet revolution. The technology makes possible...

    Microbes at the bottom of the ocean could be responsible for Arctic cloud formation

    Scientists have identified a surprising new mechanism that could be affecting cloud formation and weather patterns in the Arctic: Bacteria from the ocean floor.When...

    A large rocky planet found 124 light years away having WATER and ‘could hold...

    A large rocky planet twice the size of the Earth has been discovered orbiting inside its star's habitable zone and could have the right...

    The new Samsung Wireless Power Bank and Wireless Charging Duo for the Truly Wireless...

    Recently, Samsung India has announced the launch of two new exciting devices, the Wireless Power Bank and Wireless Charging duo Pad, increasing its portfolio...

    New EU rules set to force companies to make durable electronic devices, to end...

    Electronic waste is a major problem it is making adverse effects on our environment. smartphones are playing a major role in it. Today all...

    Whirlpool turbine an innovation to enlight the rural areas

    Today, more than 85% of renewable energy comes from rivers and most of the hydropower plants are situated in the hilly areas because hydel...

    MIT researchers developed “decision map” software to deflect killer asteroids bound for Earth

    Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)have developed a computer program that will help to decide the best mission for deflecting a catastrophic asteroid...