New breakthrough could help create solar energy materials from Sun

Researchers have found a way to tap the sun not only as a source of power but also to directly produce the solar energy materials that could make this possible.

Antarctica ice may contain tiny bubbles of air from 1.5 mn years ago

A new research has suggested that tiny bubbles of air buried deep in the Eastern Antarctica ice may contain the Earth`s atmosphere as it was 1.5 million years.

Dank, dark winter days not as depressing as believed

Getting depressed when it`s cold outside may not be as common as we have been led to believe, a new study has suggested.

War isn`t over yet in our oceans

The greatest battle in Earth`s history has been going on for hundreds of millions of years in our oceans, and until now no one knew it existed, scientists said.

Overgrown algae smothering coral reef

Overfishing and nitrate pollution can destroy coral reefs by allowing an overgrowth of algae that can choke off oxygen and disrupt helpful bacteria.

Broccoli can suppress breast cancer growth: Study

A key component found in broccoli sprouts can help fight breast cancer, a new study has claimed.

Low vitamin D could increase risk of dying for older adults

Low levels of vitamin D could mean greater risk of death for older adults – especially those who are frail, say researchers.