Saturday 06th September
A giant white rabbit by Dutch artist Florentijn drew more than one million visitors during an art exhibition held at Taoyuan Country in Taiwan. The rabbit made out of waterproof paper.
NASA has successfully tested the most complex robot engine part ever designed by the agency and created by 3D printing in Marshall Space Flight Center located at Huntsville, Alabama showcasing latest technology.
New York is the most populous city in USA. Scientists have developed an algorithm for taxi sharing that can potentially ease traffic congestion and cut pollution level.
Markings dating back nearly 40,000 years suggest Neanderthals were considerably more sophisticated. Conclusions were made after the discovery of engravings in Gorham cave.
Sunday 07th September
A Dutch designer has come up with a unique remote controlled flying robotic bird which looks and fly’s very realistic. The project aims to create environment awareness and study bird problems.
Barcelona based industrial design, Studio BAG Disseny has created rolling flowerpot. This unique flowerpot lets plants grow in a much better and healthier manner.
Claudio Vieira, an accountant and public speaker from Monte Santo, Brazil has arthrogryposis, a condition that fuses joints. He was also born with his head upside down.
Aliens are always important subjects for scientists and researchers. Anelia Loubser, a photographer in Cape Town in his latest art show depicts how aliens will look like.
Monday 08th September
The White Temple of Buddha is found in Thailand. The temple was designed in 1997 by Chalermchai a Thai artist. The temple has even survived a destructive earthquake.
Scientists have found out in a research that the best technique to prevent ageing is standing up. The research shows that person standing has shorter telomeres than that of a person who stands up.
German photographer Herbrich has clicked 1,00,000 pictures of nothing but smoke in the air that look like different images. It took him three months just to get 20 pictures which are worth displaying.
With a aim to discourage people from smoking and throwing cigarette butts in the streets, London City Corporation in association with Keep Britain Tidy installed giant cigarette butts all over London roads.
Tuesday 09th September
The illuminated caves in the town of Waitomo in New Zealand, are a popular attraction since the year 1887. The glowing worms clustered inside makes the caves bright and beautiful.
Many different kinds and types of dinosaurs walked on Earth. Researchers have found out that a dinosaur named Dreadnoughtus was the largest dinosaur which weighed about 65 tonnes.
One Direction has earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records 2015 after their three albums debut at the number one spot in the American chat toppers list.
A new research study by Health experts in America shows that it’s possible to retrain the brain to be addicted to low calorie and eat healthy food. This method will reduce diseases.
Wednesday 10th September
Eating in front of a television is bad for health. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) states that watching action movies will make a person to gain weight.
Japanese space scientists have unveiled the asteroid hunting space probe on a mission to mine a celestial body. The probe is named Hayabusa-2.
Social networks, including Facebook, increase the risk of being exposed to “offensive behaviours and hate speech”, which could have a harmful effect on users’ mental wellbeing, a new study has shown.
MS Tûranor Planet Solar, is the largest solar-powered boat in the world. The ship powered exclusively by solar energy went on a voyage along the Venetian Lagoon in Venice.
Thursday 11th September
Australian scientists baffled by finding that men are targeted in 84 per cent of all unprovoked shark attacks, and make up 89 per cent of all shark bite fatalities.
The study by International Telecommunications states that Mobile phones will outnumber human population by the end of 2014, reaching a staggering 7.3 billion.
A vaccine against dengue fever being developed by Sanofi proved effective in its clinical trial. This will help in the introduction of the world’s first inoculation against the disease.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is beginning to give a more definitive timeline for when she’ll decide whether to run for president. She has a “unique vantage point” on the presidency.
Friday 12th September
Brussels celebrates the comic book festival annually. All the comic heroes from create a fantastic atmosphere to celebrate their great festival. There are also comics exhibitions and Balloon’s Day Parade.
A massive 100 million-year-old ancient extinct volcano has been discovered lurking four kilometres underwater in one of the least explored areas of the Pacific Ocean
Xenon gas, used in people for anesthesia, may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other conditions linked to fear and anxiety, a new study suggests.
A new study conducted at Zhejiang Institute of Archeology in China’s Zhejiang Province has suggested that peaches’ ancestry dates back to at least 7,500 years to the lower Yangtze River Valley in Southern China.