ENTERTAINMENT

South African telescope seeks secrets of space

October 12, 2019 admin 0

South Africa has moved closer to establishing the world’s largest radio telescope observatory, the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) Observatory, as the national parliament ratified the convention for its creation. The parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Higher […]

FEATURES

Israel’s Negev Desert has antique water

September 26, 2019 admin 0

Researchers from Israel, China, the United States and Switzerland have found that water accumulated in an ancient aquifer in the south part of the Israel is 360,000 years old, the Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS),sais […]

FEATURES

Centuries-old pots help war-torn Arab country

September 25, 2019 admin 0

Made of baked clay, the very cheap jar, kilns and pots are essential kits in every Yemeni house for surviving shelling, siege, blackouts and food shortages during wartime. The pottery is a centuries-old technique in […]

EUROPE

Craft beer tourism booming in Polish capital

September 24, 2019 admin 0

Increasing numbers of beer fans are heading to Warsaw, putting the spotlight on a city where craft beer tourism is booming for the first time. Aside from the vibrant delights of the historic city, visitors […]

EUROPE

Polish air quality app gains global interest

September 23, 2019 admin 0

An application invented by students in Poland is raising awareness about air pollution and now being used around the world. The app “Airly” keeps users updated on their city’s air quality, using timely and accurate […]

EUROPE

A step towards truth of human lineage

September 22, 2019 admin 0

In July 2001, a Franco-Chadian team headed by French paleontologist Michel Brunet unearthed a fossil cranium in the Chadian Djurab Desert. Nicknamed Toumai (“hope of life” in the local Daza language, Dazaga, also known as […]