Mobile Science Labs to Help Improve Learning

Thirteen secondary schools in Beitbridge have received mobile science laboratories and 100 bicycles from the Government and its partners. The district has 19 registered secondary schools and before the latest development only five had science laboratories. The bicycles are meant to address challenges to do with learners dropping out of school because of the long … Read more

Science This Week | India to launch its first private rocket, world population to hit 8 billion and more

India’s first privately-made rocket is all set to launch on November 15 from ISRO’s launchpad in Sriharikota. Image for representation. | Photo Credit: Reuters The world of science has been busy this week with numerous findings and discoveries. From pieces of the Challenger shuttle being found at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean to the … Read more

Zimbabwe: Mobile Science Labs to Help Improve Learning

Thirteen secondary schools in Beitbridge have received mobile science laboratories and 100 bicycles from the Government and its partners. The district has 19 registered secondary schools and before the latest development only five had science laboratories. The bicycles are meant to address challenges to do with learners dropping out of school because of the long … Read more

Metaverse could pump $1.4 trillion a year into Asia’s GDP: Deloitte

The impact of the metaverse to GDP in Asia could be between $0.8 and 1.4 trillion per year by 2035, said a new Deloitte report. Weiquan Lin | Moment | Getty Images Meta‘s huge bet on the metaverse may have put the company in dire straits, but a new Deloitte report suggests that virtual realities … Read more

Egypt’s climate scientists share COP27 hopes

This year’s United Nations climate summit is taking place in Sharm El-Sheikh.Credit: Xinhua/Shutterstock World leaders, scientists, and policymakers are gathered in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 27th United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP27) climate summit. So far, the discussions have addressed the urgent need to decarbonize high-emitting industries, adaptation strategies for climate-resilient agriculture and … Read more

Professor, School of Electronics and Computer Science job with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

School of Electronics & Computer Science Location:  Highfield Campus Salary:   Competitive: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience (Level 7) Full Time Permanent Closing Date:  Monday 12 December 2022 Interview Date:   To be confirmed Reference:  2061522FP Shape the future of Computer Science Imagine working in an environment where you are at the … Read more

Life Sciences Market Growth & Share by 2029 | Company Profiles, Top Regions, Latest Technology, Investment Opportunities, Future Trends

Absolute Reports Pvt Ltd Pune, Nov. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Life Sciences market report is knowledge and experience shared by industry experts to take correct decisions for manufacturers, new entrants, and industry chain-related companies. The report includes a worldwide study with top players in the market, growth in the near future, revenue and share … Read more

Dams could play a big role in feeding the world more sustainably — ScienceDaily

A bogeyman to many environmentalists, dams could actually play a significant role in feeding the world more sustainably, according to new Stanford University research. The study, published the week of Nov. 14 in PNAS, quantifies for the first time how much water storage would be required to maximize crop irrigation without depleting water stocks or … Read more

How long can exotic nuclei survive at the edge of stability? — ScienceDaily

A new study led by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has measured how long it takes for several kinds of exotic nuclei to decay. The paper, published today in Physical Review Letters, marks the first experimental result from the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB), a DOE Office of Science … Read more