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Olivia has a Bachelor in Journalism from Utrecht (the Netherlands). She did an internship with a local media company and eventually ended up being a founding member of Herald Keeper. Email: olivia@heraldkeeper.com
Australian-Jurassic-Park

‘Unprecedented’ 21 Dissimilar Types of Dinosaur Tracks Discovered In Australian Coastline

A team of international Palaeontologists has recently come across a movie-like Jurassic Park in Australia as they have found 21 different kinds of Dinosaur...
Molecule-Cars-Race

Nano-Cars Gear Up For World’s First Molecule-Cars Race in South-Western France Next Month

International scientists are on the verge of organising the world’s first nano car competition next month in France, where little molecular machines will race...
Soloman

17-Year-Old British Teenager Finds Major Error in NASA’s ‘Big Data’

A 17 years old British adolescent has pointed out a major mistake in a database, collected by NASA from the International Space Station (ISS)....
Nano-Race

World’s First Nano Race for Molecule-Cars to Go Live in France Next Month

We are only one month away from the world’s first one-of-its-kind nano-vehicle race, organised by the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). As per...
Gravitational-Waves

Hubble Telescope Spotted Gravitational Waves “Kicking Out” Black Holes from Its Galatic Core

Black holes are the most mysterious objects of the cosmos. They are so massive that their gravity never let any beam break out its...
isro-world-record

After Record-Breaking 104-Satellite Launch, ISRO Gears Up For Launching Duo of GSLVs This Year

It is only one month to the record-breaking launch of 104 satellites at one single shot by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), and...
NASA-logo-ball

NASA to Verify Laser Communication Technology for High-Speed Celestial Internet Connection 

In a remarkable breakthrough to confirm the efficacy of super-advance laser communications for transmitting high-speed internet connections between spacecraft and the Earth, the National...
CC

We Are Now Living In a ‘Truly Uncharted Territory’: Warns WMO

Extreme weather and the abnormal changes in climatic patterns have already been having significant impacts on the ecosystems, economies and society in the world....
Spy

Japan Set a New Spy Satellite Afloat To Monitor North Korea’s Missile & Nuclear...

As the missile and nuclear programs of North Korea are quickening, posing a significant threat to the national security of Japan, the communist country...

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