Monthly Archives: March 2011

Spanish Scientists Think They have Found Fuel of the future

In a forest of tubes eight metres high in eastern Spain scientists hope they have found the fuel of tomorrow: bio-oil produced with algae mixed with carbon dioxide from a factory.Almost 400 of the green tubes, filled with millions of … Continue reading

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Let’s save water..!!

Dear Readers Found this post and found it interesting. I am reblogging it to share it with you all. Enjoy Rashid March 22 is World Water Day. Puncha and Panchi learn a lot about water..!!   “Panchi… Your bucket is … Continue reading

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Indian Remote Sensing satellites under-utilised: CAG

Three of the seven remote sensing satellites of India, engaged in collective thematic data used for planning in disaster management and areas like agriculture, have underperformed, according to a report by Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG).CAG claimed that satellites … Continue reading

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Arctic sea ice ties for smallest ever

Even at its biggest, Arctic sea ice extent this winter was among the smallest ever seen, apparently tying with 2006 for the least amount of ice covering the region around the North Pole, U.S. researchers reported. Sea ice on the … Continue reading

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