Suresh Raja

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New all-solid sulfur-based battery outperforms lithium-ion technology

Scientists have designed and tested an all-solid lithium-sulfur battery with approximately four times the energy density of conventional lithium-ion …

Clean Energy

Did comet impacts jump-start life on Earth?

Icy comets that crashed into Earth millions of years ago could have produced life building organic compounds.<p>Early Earth was not very hospitable when …

How To Clean Your Kitchen (and Keep It Clean) in 20 Minutes a Day for 30 Days

The kitchen is the heart and center of the home, but it gets dirty fast. (Cleaning up is the downside to cooking at home!) If neglected, aside from …

Cleaning

Archaeopteryx restored in fossil reshuffle

<b>What may be the earliest creature yet discovered on the evolutionary line to birds has been unearthed in China.</b><p>The fossil animal, which retains impressions of feathers, is dated to be about 160 million years old.<p>Scientists have given it the name <i>Aurornis</i>, which means "dawn bird".<p>The significance of …

Natural History Museum

Curious Cat Walks Over Medieval Manuscript

Inky paw prints have been discovered in a 15th century manuscript.<p><b>From ancient Egyptian religions to Edgar Allan Poe's "The Black Cat" to the latest I Can Haz Cheeseburger meme, felines, literature, and culture have enjoyed a long love affair. But perhaps no other feline has walked through history</b> …

Termites 'engineer fairy circles'

<b>Termites are shown to be responsible for the enigmatic grass "fairy circles" that dot the Namibian desert.</b><p>The soil-living termites kill all grass within the fairy circle by feeding on the roots<p>Science correspondent, BBC News<p>A German scientist thinks he can now explain the strange rings of grass …

Nature