July 2023


Tam Pà Ling Cave in the Annamite Mountain range in Northern Laos has recently provided groundbreaking insights into the timeline of human arrival in Southeast Asia. Key findings made at Tam Pà Ling cave The excavations revealed that humans were present in the vicinity of Tam Pà Ling Cave for roughly 56,000 years. Contrary to …

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20th edition of QS World University Ranking

The 20th edition of the QS World University Rankings features 1,500 institutions across 104 locations was released QS World University Ranking Quacquarelli Symonds (OS) publishes annual rankings known as the QS World University Rankings mean to assess and think about the exhibition and nature of colleges around the world. A UK-based ranking agency is provider …

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Belle Robot

Researchers in Switzerland recently developed a new, autonomous fish robot named Belle, capable of giving conservationists a clearer picture of the organisms that live under the sea without disturbing the marine environment. What is Belle Robot? Belle is an autonomous robot fish powered by Al that swims silently and blends in with marine life while …

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The European Space Agency (ESA) has successfully launched the Euclid space telescope on July 1 Key Point It was launched with the help of a Spacex Falcon 9 rocket from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and will remain operational for a minimum of six years. What is Euclid? Euclid is a 1.2-meter-diameter telescope that …

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Takeshima island

Japan lodged a protest with South Korea over military drills it conducted on disputed Takeshima islands Takeshima Island Takeshima Island, also known as Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan is a small island in the middle of the Sea of Japan. Situated in the middle of the Sea of Japan, Takeshima Island is …

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Diversity for Restoration (D4R) Tool

Researchers have devised a Diversity for Restoration (D4R) tool that enables appropriate agroforestry and aids systematic ecosystem restoration. Diversity for Restoration (D4R) tool The Diversity for Restoration (D4R) tool has been developed by Biodiversity International. The tool has been modified to adapt to the Indian context by researchers from Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology …

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