Russian Scientists Create Solar Panel by Combining Protein and Quantum Dots

Russian Scientists Create Solar Panel by Combining Protein and Quantum Dots

Scientists at Moscow’s National Research Nuclear University MEPhI have created a new type of solar panels based on hybrid material consisting of quantum dots (QDs) and photosensitive protein. The creators believe that it has great potential for solar energy and optical computing. The result……

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Scientists discover tectonic fault zone through undersea fiber-optic cables

Scientists discover tectonic fault zone through undersea fiber-optic cables

Observing seismic events like earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunamis is currently possible through land-based equipment and satellites. However, two-thirds of the Earth that is occupied by water holds a sea of geological information which seismologists believe can be tapped into via the exi……

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Black hole New Study Reveals Possible Mysterious New Kind of Black Hole

Black hole New Study Reveals Possible Mysterious New Kind of Black Hole

Scientists might have found the smallest black hole ever detected thanks to a new technique of combining multiple datasets, according to a study published on Thursday in Science. The black hole in a binary system called J05215658 that is located about 10,000 light years away in the outer edge of ……

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Venus May Not Have Been As Earthlike As Previously Believed, Claims New Study

Venus May Not Have Been As Earthlike As Previously Believed, Claims New Study

Scientists had been hopeful that requirements for life could have existed on Venus earlier in the solar system’s history, before a runaway greenhouse effect caused the planet’s atmosphere to become incredibly dense and hot. The planet Venus was not covered in oceans but flowed with la……

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Astronomers discover 20 new moons orbiting Saturn and you can help name them

Astronomers discover 20 new moons orbiting Saturn and you can help name them

A team of astronomers led by Scott S. Sheppard of the Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington, discovered 20 new moons around Saturn, the second-largest planet in our Solar System. The announcement was made by the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center on Monday. Sheppar……

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Elon Musk reveals SpaceX’s stainless steel Starship rocket

Elon Musk reveals SpaceX’s stainless steel Starship rocket

On Saturday at the Boca Chica Beach, Texas, Elon Musk showed off the first shiny steel prototype of SpaceX’s deep-space bound ‘Starship’ rocket, just a few moments after the company’s employees had finished assembling it. Musk gave a presentation on “the most powerful……

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Scientist Detects Stars That May Shed Light on Concept of “Alien Megastructure”

Scientist Detects Stars That May Shed Light on Concept of “Alien Megastructure”

The new discovery may also bring us closer to understanding the mystery of the flickering Boyajian’s Star. Astrophysicist Edward Schmidt from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has recently discovered stars that exhibit the same abnormal behaviour as KIC 8462852 – commonly known as Boyajian’s Sta……

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New “Atlantis” Spotted Buried Off Southern Europe’s Mediterranean Coast

New “Atlantis” Spotted Buried Off Southern Europe’s Mediterranean Coast

Greater Adria was spotted following decades of research, as scientists have been armed with the most advanced software, enabling them to peel off the tectonic plate layers to learn for sure when and where this or that geological phenomenon occurred. Deep under the azure blue Mediterranean waters,……

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Mystery Box in Tutankhamun’s Tomb Opened for the First Time

Mystery Box in Tutankhamun’s Tomb Opened for the First Time

Egypt’s Valley of the Kings sprawls opposite Luxor on the west bank of the Nile, and is known to contain the tombs of some of the most famous Pharaohs, some of whom have managed to retain their secrets. As archaeologists sort through thousands of exhibits in the run-up to a scheduled exhibition a……

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