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Step by Step Guide in Urban Farming System!

Filed in Agriculture, General Tips by on May 31, 2018 0 Comments
Step by Step Guide in Urban Farming System!
 

  Attend a food conference today and in all likelihood there will be a tract on urban farming. There will be participants and speakers referring to themselves as urban farmers. Urban farming is clearly in the minds eye of many individuals, community groups, food justice advocates, environmentalists, city planners and gardeners. That’s great, but what […]

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Top 10 Famous Chemist in The World

Filed in Education, Science, Top 10 by on May 20, 2018 4 Comments
Top 10 Famous Chemist in The World
 

  Famous Chemist in The World Most Famous chemist in the world looks  arguably ugly. It depends on the angle you’re viewing my opinion. Chemistry is a study of reactions between chemicals and substances that most people experience in their everyday life. All of our medicines and household products are the result of a history […]

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Difference between a Theoretical Framework and a Conceptual Framework in Research.

Filed in Technology by on February 15, 2018 0 Comments
Difference between a Theoretical Framework and a Conceptual Framework in Research.
 

  Introduction Many students, both in the undergraduate and graduate levels, have difficulty discriminating the theoretical from the conceptual framework in research studies. This requires a good understanding of both frameworks in order to conduct a good investigation. Many graduate students have difficulty coming up with the conceptual framework and the theoretical framework of their […]

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Understanding The Science Behind BlockChain and Bitcoin Investment

Filed in Technology by on December 4, 2017 1 Comment
Understanding The Science Behind BlockChain and Bitcoin Investment
 

  The Science Behind BlockChain and Bitcoin  The blockchain is a powerful technology that enables Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and other virtual currencies to be open, anonymous, and secure. The code also empowers countless innovations beyond cryptocurrency. The blockchain is a database of details about every Bitcoin transaction. Often referred to as a “public ledger,” the […]

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Scientists designed a robotic skin that can camouflage itself like an octopus

Filed in Technology by on October 14, 2017 0 Comments
Scientists designed a robotic skin that can camouflage itself like an octopus
 

  Imagine if you could disappear into the background at opportune occasions, blending into the wallpaper when the boss threatens or changing shape when a date is dull. Well, cephalopods can do that sort of thing, and now scientists have created a replica of morphing octopus skin for use in robots. In a study published […]

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5 Ways Fukushima Radiation Releases Are Poisoning Investments

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5 Ways Fukushima Radiation Releases Are Poisoning Investments
 

  Credit:James library In 2011 Japan’s nuclear regulator raised the danger level of an ongoing radioactive leak at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant to 7 on a 7-point scale. Officials said Tuesday (August, 2013) that a storage tank has leaked 300 tons of radioactive water into the ground. READ THIS:Radioactive Substances and Nuclear Reactions Here […]

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Top 4 Dangerous Animals in the World

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Top 4 Dangerous Animals in the World
 

  One of the beastly phenomena in the world is the existence of many animal species which have proved deadly in every circumstance. As the world houses numerous dangerous creatures, scientific researches and studies tend to draw attention on the very deadliest of these creatures. Do you know the world’s deadliest animals might not be […]

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What Are Viruses?

Filed in Health by on July 25, 2017 2 Comments
What Are Viruses?
 

  Viruses are a group of diseases-causing microorganism which can affect cells of living organism. Viruses cause different diseases in human beings, some of them sexually transmitted diseases. Examples are AIDS, smallpox, chicken pox, and poliomyelitis.  In other animals, they cause diseases like rabies and avian-flu. Viruses are deadly, as they damage many tissues in […]

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The Newly Invented E-Mosquito Wearable Blood Sampler

Filed in Technology by on June 28, 2017 0 Comments
The Newly Invented E-Mosquito Wearable Blood Sampler
 

  E-Mosquito Wearable Blood Sampler No economy can achieve success or growth scientifically without research. According to recent studies, the minimally invasive e-Mosquito will automatically draw and test the wearer’s blood throughout the day. Researchers at the University of Calgary have published after analysing the latest version of their “Wearable Microsystem for Minimally Invasive, Pseudo-Continuous […]

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Scientist begins Construction of the world’s first super telescope

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Scientist  begins Construction of the world’s first super telescope
 

  Pixabay Scientists are a step closer to understanding the inner-workings of the universe following the laying of the first stone, and construction starting on the world’s largest optical and infrared telescope. Few months back  scientific theories on the origin of the universe were fusely debated. READ THIS:In Portugal, a 400,000-year-old skull fragment found points to […]

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Jesus? Scientist discovers snakes that hunt in groups

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Jesus? Scientist discovers snakes that hunt in groups
 

  Photo credit:CNN From the University of Tennessee,Knoxville,  top researcher Vladimir Dinets  has  scientifically discovered that a species of snake, the Cuban boa, hunts in groups, and through teamwork improve their chances of catching prey. This is ultimately surprising. Co-investigators commented that this seems to be the first time that snakes of this kind have […]

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First scientific project aboard Int’l Space Station-China prepares massively

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First scientific project aboard Int’l Space Station-China prepares massively
 

  Pixabay Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.-  Albert Einstein Dragon pills docks with the Essential Space Station (ISS) on June 6, devices from China for the country’s first scientific research  assignment will practically propagate aboard the ISS- BEIJING, June 4 (Xinhua) The project […]

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NASA’s Plan to Fill the Sky With Red and Green Clouds Has Been Postponed

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NASA’s Plan to Fill the Sky With Red and Green Clouds Has Been Postponed
 

  Credit:Nasa Towards the relief of chemtrail conspiracy theory theorists, NASA’s plan to create red and blue-green colored artificial clouds was postponed on Sunday morning hours. The clouds were expected to be obvious for much of the East Coast and surely could have left many scratching their heads. READ THIS:NASA launches spacecraft to intercept asteroid […]

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How To Carry Out Waste Management & Wastes Minimization Audit

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How To Carry Out Waste Management & Wastes Minimization Audit
 

   AUTHOR/WRITER-Grace Akpan WHAT IS WASTE? Waste is anything, which is no longer of use to the disposer. Any unavoidable material resulting from an activity, which has no immediate, economic demand and which must be disposed of. Additionally, Waste management is important in order to minimize the potential to cause harm to human and the […]

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