Saturday 19th July
United Kingdom Government, England will have great success when it finally creates the first space sport to launch satellites and commercial spaceflights by the year 2018.
A study by University researchers stated that altering lifestyle habits and regular exercise can easily prevent Alzheimer’s disease in millions of people across the world.
Soon, water droplets could power up smart phones and laptops. Researchers found out that water droplets can generate a small amount of energy that might be used to power electronic devices.
A team of researchers led by University of Wisconsin Madison and stem cell scientist Igor have taken a giant leap in cracking the code to turn stem cells into human blood at a lab.
Sunday 20th July
French street artist JR and his crew had pasted images of women faces on buses, trains and buildings. The project called Women are heroes is a tribute to women across the globe.
Notebook manufacturer Magnus Ferreus has created the world’s first emotion stirring notebook called Onion Note that actually makes a person to cry when its opened for writing.
Telmo Pieper, a Dutch muralist has recreated his old childhood drawings in to realistic visions based on his creativity and imagination. He termed his work as Kiddies Art.
Pierce Thiot, a photographer has a craze of decorating his facial beard with various pretty objects and flowers. He has set the trend for men having beautiful flowers on their beards.
Monday 21st July
These days Toronto Mayor Rob has developed a special attachment to the circus. He has been participating in several circus shows and happily playing clown music.
According to a surprising research publish by Microsoft, states that its better to use old passwords that creating unique passwords. Similar passwords can be recycled for low risk websites.
A health study says that common asthma inhalers are found to curtail kids growth and height. The effects were found to be less when using small doses.
Paul Hetherington, a Vancouver based LEGO artist has come up with the Jokers Funhouse. It is a work that realistically showcases scenes from Batman and Robin.
Tuesday 22nd July
The skeleton of a mammoth at the museum in Acapulco, Mexico is an interesting exhibit to visit. The bone structure of the mammoth was during archaeological excavations in 1990 at Mexico.
Marvel Comics has announced officially that Sam Wilson, known as Falcon is taking over the reins of Captain America. It will be written by Rick and Stuart.
Photographer Yvette Meltzer has come up with a photo project series called as Revolution. She captures the images that form in a spinning laundry at Chicago Laundromats.
To mark the 100th anniversary of First World War, German sculptor Tobias and co-artists were invited to paint up the warships with dazzling designs and colourful shapes.
Wednesday 23rd July
Dog is truly man’s best friend. This is more clearly seen in a YouTube where a dog named Charlie gave toys to a cry baby girl to pacify and make her to smile.
A group of students from Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a 3D printer that can produce ice creams within 15 minutes.
A mysterious giant crater that has appeared in Yamal Peninsula was caused by rising temperature and not by a meteorite. The 262 feet crater was due to changing temperature, said researchers.
The risk of drivers falling asleep while driving cars may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to new smart seats to alert drivers developed by researchers at Nottingham Trent University, England.
Thursday 24th July
NASA plans to build make shift shelters for astronauts mainly at lunar pits found along the surface of the moon. Scientists have discovered millions of craters on the moon.
Researchers in Australia are stating that state of the art missile detectors could soon help to fight malaria. The detector identifies malaria parasites in blood.
The Simpsons, an animated Hollywood television hit show is popular all over the world. A man had got 41 Simpsons tattoos making him a world record breaker.
Train tracks are now also artworks. Portuguese artist Arthur Bordalo cleverly converts horizontal train tracks into a canvas by creating figurative painting on it using bright neon colours.
Friday 25th July
Brooklyn residents have taken to the rooftops greenery. The 65,000 square feet roof top garden above the Brooklyn Navy Yard building is one of the largest in the world.
The Caspian Sea is reported to be the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earth by area, variously classed as the world’s largest lake or a full-fledged sea.
Yarra Trams operates Melbourne’s entire tram network. There are 1763 tram stops across the network. Yarra Trams operates 29 tram routes at Australia.
The heaviest dinosaur was Brachiosaurus at 80 tonnes. It was the equivalent to 17 African Elephants. Brachiosaurus are the largest dinosaur skeleton to be mounted in a museum.