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World Environment Day: 5 Plants to Purify Your Indoor Air Quality

World Environment Day has been celebrated in over 100 countries on June 5 every year since 1974. United Nation primarily spreads awareness about the...

Here’s How Gardening Can Improve Your Health

Finding time for nature through gardening can be helpful as it promotes positive body image, say researchers led by a scientist of Indian-origin. Previous research...

Consume Protein From Dairy,Plant Sources and Not Red Meat: Researchers

Want to live longer? Take a note. Health and lifestyle researchers have found that eating more protein from plant sources or dairy while reducing...

One in Three Species of Fauna and Flora Could get Extinct by 2070 Because of Climate Change: Study

Researchers have revealed that one in three species of plants and animals could face extinction by 2070 because of climate change. The study, published in...

Here’s why Gifting Plants to Your Partner is Important

Plants are known to usher in calm and beauty to any space, and they can do exactly that to your relationship and your partner...

NASA Satellite Reveals More Plants are Growing Around Everest

Researchers have found that plant life is growing and expanding around Mount Everest and across the Himalayan region as the area continues to experience...

Aromas Can Help Plants to Withstand Low Temperatures, Says Study

A new Chinese study has found that adding a floral scent to tea plants may help them withstand low temperatures as aromatic plants have...

Plants And Trees Can Curb Pollution More Effectively Than Technology

Plants and trees may be better and cheaper options than technology to mitigate air pollution, says a new study from an Indian-origin researcher. The study,...

Small Plants on Desk Can Help to Reduce Stress: Study

People who often feel stressed in office, please take note. Researchers have found that small plants situated within easy viewing at your workplace linked...

Here are 5 Mistakes that may Kill Your Plants in Winters

As winter approaches, humans go into power-saving mode and do all that it takes to make the cold season as cosy as possible. Considering...

11 mn Saplings Were Simultaneously Planted in Turkey During Mass Campaign

Eleven million Saplings were simultaneously planted on Monday across Turkey as part of a mass campaign aimed at contributing to the agriculture while establishing...

Study Reveals That Plants and Trees are Effective Options to Curb Air Pollution

Plants and Trees may be better and cheaper options than technology to mitigate air pollution, says a new study from an Indian-origin researcher. The study,...

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plants be Set Up Only in Villages that Have Water Quality Problems

 National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) has recommended that Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants be set up only in the villages that...

World Can’t Afford to Build Any More Fossil Fuel by Burning Plants

The world can't afford to build any more fossil fuel burning plants if it hopes to avoid catastrophic climate change, according to a new study in...

Video- The Art and Science of Plants: Botanical Art

By Vishvi Gupta The botanical artwork is always botanically correct but not necessarily complete. More emphasis is on the aesthetic value of the plant or flower. Artwork is frequently in...

Now Vitamin B12 Can be Found in Plants as well

If you are a hardcore vegetarian but deficient in Vitamin B12, then there is a good news for you as scientists have discovered ways...

Being Vegan Good For Environment: Study

Are you planning to go vegan very soon? That's good news for our home planet as a new study claims that a diet high...

Beware Vegans! Flowering Plants ‘Hear’ When Eaten and Become Defensive, Says Research

Flowering plants and trees hear when eaten and become defensive to the stimuli is found out in a study The plants were made...

Plants can be Renewable and Biodegradable alternative to Polymers used in 3-D Printing materials: Research

New York, March 5, 2017: Plants could be a renewable and biodegradable alternative to the polymers currently used in 3-D printing materials, researchers have...

Sculpting Rural Revolution: Art and Agriculture Festival in Paradsinga village, Madhya Pradesh

A village to host a museum that will put to display traditional food of the region through artistic designs crafted with the help...

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Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution Related to Early Death

Researchers have found more evidence to suggest that long-term exposure to air pollution is a cause of premature death among older people. The study, published...

Lockdown Results in Metro Cities Achieving 95% Clean Air Target

The coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown has resulted in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru achieve 95 per cent of their 2024 National Clean Air Programme (NCAP)...

Men More Likely to be Seen as ‘Brilliant’ Than Women: Researchers

Men are more likely to be seen as 'brilliant' than women, say researchers in a new study measuring global perceptions linked to gender. The study,...

Rise in Biomarker FIB-4 in Blood Can Predict the Risk of Severe Liver Disease

Researchers have found that repeated measurements of the biomarker FIB-4 in human blood every few years can predict the risk of developing severe liver...