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Baked-in Global Warming Will Blow Past Climate Goals

The amount of baked-in global warming, from carbon pollution already in the air, is enough to blow past internationally agreed-upon goals to limit climate...

2020 Ended Up Being The 8th Warmest Year Since 1901

The Climate Research and Services (CRS) of the Indian Meteorological Department has released a statement on the Climate of India during 2020 which said...

The Arctic’s Rapid Warming Triggered By A Series Of Great Earthquakes

The Arctic's rapid warming could have been triggered by a series of great earthquakes, suggests new research. In the Arctic, one of the factors...

Extreme Weather Events Due To Global Warming: WMO

The World Meteorological Organization reports 2020 is shaping up to be one of the three warmest years on record and a year in which...

Rubbery Patch That Can Be Placed on Heart to Monitor

Move over smartwatches as researchers led by a mechanical engineer from the University of Houston have developed a patch made from fully rubbery electronics...

Global Warming Affecting Nights More than Days: Research

Global warming is affecting daytime and night-time temperatures differently - and greater night-time warming is more common than greater daytime warming worldwide, shows new...

Scientists Discover Multiple Liquid Water Lakes on Mars

A team of scientists studying data from a satellite orbiting Mars say they have discovered evidence of several lakes of what they believe is...

Hot Baths Can Prevent Cardiovascular Diseases: Study

New research suggests that taking hot baths, soaking in hot tubs or using saunas can prevent cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease, high blood...

Here’s Why You Should Change Your Skin & Hair Products Every Season

By Puja Gupta With winters approaching, your skin and hair absolutely starts to feel the difference. The change of season is always a complicated time...

Risk of Mosquito-Borne Diseases May Increase With Climate Change

By Asher Jones More dengue, less malaria. That may be the future in parts of Africa on a warming planet, depending on where you live. New...

Dutch Engineers Working on ‘Smart’ Mask to Monitor Wearer’s Temperature

Physicians and engineers in the Netherlands said they are developing a “smart mask” that uses sensors and data to monitor a wearer's temperature and...

Traveling by Bus Amid Pandemic? Find Out the Do’s and Don’ts

By Siddhi Jain  As inter-city bus services resume gradually, the opportunity to travel comes as a huge relief to millions of people across the country....

Fitbit Launches Smartwatch to Measure Daily Stress

Wearables brand Fitbit has introduced an advanced smartwatch called the Fitbit Sense that comes with electrodermal activity (EDA) to measure daily stress and comes...

Low Humidity, Dry Air Linked to Higher Covid-19 Risk

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that low humidity, dry air can increase the risk of Covid-19 virus. The study, published in...

17% of India’s Coal Fleet is Set to Become Uncompetitive in 2020

In India, 17 per cent of the 283 GW coal fleet is set to become uncompetitive in 2020, rising to 50 per cent in...

International Satellite Providing Most Accurate Sea Level Data Completes Testing

An international satellite that will collect the most accurate data yet on sea levels around the world, a key indicator of how Earth's warming...

Scientists Detect Previously Unknown Widespread Structures Near Earth’s Core

Analysing thousands of recordings of seismic waves, or sound waves travelling through the Earth, scientists have detected widespread, heterogenous structures -- areas of unusually...

Tips to Have Cooling Zones at Your Home

The summers are finally trickling in and as we look forward to the holiday season or even spending time at home, the summers can...

High Temperature Records in Antarctica will Take Months to Verify: UN

Record high temperatures reportedly measured in Antarctica will take months to verify, the U.N. weather agency said Sunday. A spokesman for the World Meteorological Organization said the measurements made...

January- The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

Last month was the warmest January ever recorded, U.S. government forecasters say, with human-led climate change the leading cause. Global temperatures were 1.13 degrees Celsius...

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