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U.S. One Step Closer To Ditch Potent Planet-Warming Chemicals

Rare bipartisan support for new climate legislation brings the U.S. one step closer to ditching a group of potent planet-warming chemicals. Democratic and Republican senators...

What is Contributing to Antibiotic Resistance? Know Here

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the researchers have found that poor home hygiene is contributing to antibiotic resistance and following a risk-based approach is essential...

Some Useful Tips to Keep Your Exclusive Watches Clean and Scratch-Free

If you own an exclusive piece of the watch, you must know it has great value in more ways than just one. It can...

Intel Develops Unique Chip To Recognize Hazardous Chemicals

Intel has developed a unique chip that can recognize hazardous chemicals in the presence of significant noise and object occlusion. Called Loihi, the Intel's neuromorphic...

Follow This Guide to Protect Your Skin and Hair from Holi Colours

Holi, the festival of colours is one of the most favourite festivals among all age groups. The colours have a lasting impact on mind,...

WHO Aims to Make Breast Cancer Treatment Affordable

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced Wednesday that it had for the first time approved a "biosimilar" medicine — one derived from living sources...

This New Material Can Capture Pollutants And Convert Them Into Useful Industrial Chemicals

An international team of scientists has developed a new material that can capture a toxic pollutant produced by burning fossil fuels and convert it...

Mother’s Exposure to Some Chemicals During Pregnancy Linked to Lower IQ in Kids: Study

Exposure during the first trimester of pregnancy to certain chemicals found in plastic food and drink containers and other chemicals found in consumer products...

Hazardous Chemicals Detected in Plastics Threaten Seabirds

Researchers found that hazardous chemicals were detected in plastics eaten by seabirds. "We uncovered that four kinds of UV stabilisers and two brominated flame retardants...

Reinvent House Painting Using Christmas Trees

The use of a Christmas tree could soon go beyond the festive period as researchers have found that useful products such as paint and food sweeteners can be made from the chemicals extracted...

Here’s Why Man-made Pesticides Affect Marine Animals More

Marine mammals such as dolphins, manatees, seals and whales, which evolved to make water their primary habitat, lost the ability to make a gene...

Watch out for Harmful Chemicals in Cosmetics

Wonder what makes your skin itchy or turn red after you apply your favourite personal care product like cream and sunscreen? An expert says...

Antibiotics Found In Puget Sound Mussels

Scientists who track pollution have discovered traces of antibiotics and the pain reliever oxycodone in some Puget Sound mussels. KIRO-TV reported this week that the...

Team Led by Indian-Origin Scientist Converts Plant Matter Into Chemicals

A team led by an Indian-origin scientist from Sandia National Laboratories in California has demonstrated a new technology based on bio-engineered bacteria that can...

Indian Fashion Industry Must Embrace Safety, Says Suki Dusanj-Lenz at Lakme Fashion Week

The country's coordinator for Fashion Revolution India stressed upon the global movement that desires greater transparency, sustainability, and ethics in the fashion industry The...

Daily exposure to low-levels of Chemicals in everyday Objects cost Billions in Health Care and Disability in United States

Washington, October 19, 2016: Daily exposure to low-levels of chemicals found in everyday objects costs the United States billions of dollars in health care...

Love to wear designer perfumes? Well, Your perfumes may pollute environment!

VENICE: Sept 07, 2016: Love to wear designer perfumes? Be careful, as certain molecules produced in these man-made fragrances act as potential contaminants of the...

Liquid Gold: Human Urine can be Organic alternative to chemical fertilisers, say Researchers at Kalyani University

Bengaluru, August 29, 2016: Convinced about its medicinal values, Indian scientists had taken a patent on cow urine in 2002. Now, researchers at the...

Combination of 50 everyday-use chemicals could be carcinogenic, says research

London: A cocktail of 50 chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis, including some found in mobile phones, detergents and pesticides used on...

Forget global warming, Artificial Photosynthesis breakthrough is here to save us

By NewsGram Staff Writer With increasing levels of harmful gases being released into the environment, the future, indeed, looks bleak. Well, what about if we could...

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International Chef Day a Low-Key Event Due to Pandemic

The International Chef Day is observed on October 20, but this year, the celebrations here were muted as chefs are facing a torrid time...

Coffee Before Breakfast May Increase Diabetes Risk

If you're taking coffee before breakfast, read this carefully. Researchers have found that drinking coffee first thing can have a negative effect on blood...