Saturday, January 16, 2021

Edward Jenner- The Father of Immunology

For centuries, smallpox took millions of lives. It was the deadliest disease. The current generations have not seen smallpox. Thanks to Edward Jenner and...

The Very First Vaccines in the 10th Century

The origins of vaccines can be traced back to the Chinese Liao Dynasty in the 10th century. The ancient Chinese realized that people infected...

How astronauts become planters?

Scientists believe that astronauts have to be planters too if they want to live in space for a longer time and accomplish their mission...

How is food packed for consumption in space?

Food that is being taken to space must be lightweight, compact, tasty and nutritious. Astronauts need different nutrition content when they are in space...

SCIENCE CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Which animal is the elephant’s cousin?

Land’s largest creature the elephant has a cousin in the  underwater world and it is known as Florida manatee or even teddy bear of...

How do chameleon change colors?

THE chameleon is a unique animal which can change the color of their skin. Adult chameleons  range in size from four to 24 inches....

What are floaters?

HAVE you ever come across seeing tiny dust- like or tiny thread-like chains and dots floating loose within your eye when you look at...

Why superfoods can be harmful to us?

PROTEIN powder is a popular nutritional supplement among athletes. Protein is an essential macronutrient that helps build muscle, repair tissue, and make enzymes and...

What piece of crime scene evidence is responsible for identifying over 93 per cent...

HISTORICALLY, teeth have been used for identification in forensic science investigations.  It is among the sturdiest parts of the human body and they are...

Why do fishermen add artificial coloring to salmon?

SALMON is popular and is known to provide healthy diet due to its dense nutrient content. It is packed with antioxidants, proteins, vitamins, minerals,...

What is the largest moon in Saturn?

Do names like Mimas, Enceladus and Tethys sound fascinating in this modern century?  Did you know that these names belong to moons in Saturn?...

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