Praying for no crying babies, buckling your seat-belt, zoning out during the safety briefing — it’s been more than a year since we did any of these things. When most of us think about flying, we think about family vacations or business trips but not so much about emissions. However…

Using tree stems as water filters

Contaminated water causes 1.2 million deaths every year through infectious diseases including cholera, diarrhoea and typhoid. A majority of these cases occur in developing countries that lack the resources to build water treatment facilities. Instead, they resort to cheaper alternatives like solar disinfection and…

Finding species through their faeces!

A team from Knowsley Safari and Manchester Metropolitan University has developed a portable device that can identify the near-threatened White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) by conducting genetic analysis of dung samples. About the size of a business card, this device takes only 45 minutes to visually…

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