Saturday, August 15, 2020
Tags Paper

Tag: paper

Unexplained Glitches in Pulsars Could Be Evidence of Elusive ‘Strange Nugget’...

Every now and again, some dead stars called pulsars do something quite odd. They sort of hiccup, making an abrupt acceleration in their rotation...

Math Genius Has Come Up With a Wildly Simple New Way...

If you studied algebra in high school (or you're learning it right now), there's a good chance you're familiar with the quadratic formula. If...

Physicists Think They’ve Found a New Way to Stabilise And Control...

A team of research physicists at Princeton University may have found a new way to control fusion reactions inside doughnut-shaped tokamak reactors - an...

Paper Towels Could Remove Virus Missed by Poor Hand Washing, Study...

People should dry their hands with paper towels to avoid spreading the new coronavirus, according to the authors of a study publicised on Friday...

New Paper Suggests Life Could Be Common Across The Universe, Just...

The building blocks of life can, and did, spontaneously assemble under the right conditions. That's called spontaneous generation, or abiogenesis. Of course, many of...

South (I) Paper Standalone September 2019 Net Sales at Rs 54.05...

Reported Standalone quarterly numbers for South India Paper Mills are: Net Sales at Rs 54.05 crore in...

Nath Pulp Standalone September 2019 Net Sales at Rs 31.78 crore,...

Reported Standalone quarterly numbers for Nath Pulp and Paper Mills are: Net Sales at Rs 31.78 crore...

With refillable deodorant and naked products, Unilever thinks it can halve...

ByConsumer goods giant Unilever has committed to halving the new plastic for its goods by 2025 - a goal that would cut its use...

Metals billionaire Andrew Forrest is making a $300 million bet on...

ByRethinking plastic as a commodity, keeping it in a closed economy and out of landfills for long, is the best way to unclog the...

A Single Punctuation Mark Has Been Skewing Our Entire System of...

The most fundamental system we have to quantify the importance of scientific research is broken at its core, a new study reveals - and...