Latest news of Inventions per selected field| Nerds-net.com
loading Please wait. Data is being processed...

News of Inventions: 106920
Files of Inventions: 220
Groups of Inventors: 50

Friend Requests:
Private Messages:

Today's News: 0
Yesterday's News: 145

Today: 21 August 2018, Tuesday.

All latest news of Inventions in one place

Listed news of Inventions: 70 from total 106920

Filters


Welcome, Guest

News for Environment & Nature





#1

 

View it
Name
Description A man from Kerala working in Muscat, Oman, has been fired from his job allegedly after he made a derogatory remark about Kerala flood victims.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#2

 

View it
Name
Description New research from the University of Southampton and the Laboratoire d’Océanographie Physique et Spatiale (Laboratory of Physical and Spatial Oceanography, in Brittany, France) suggests that the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans will be abnormally warm, beyond the current global wa

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#3

 

View it
Name
Description Social networking giant Facebook is donating $250,000 (nearly Rs 1.75 crore) for relief work in Kerala, which has been battered by torrential rains, floods and landslides, leaving over 300 dead amid massive destruction, the company said on Monday.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#4

 

View it
Name
Description Facebook will donate the money through the Community Resilience Fund for GOONJ - a Delhi-based non-profit organisation that is leading the relief and recovery efforts in the impacted localities.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#5

 

View it
Name
Description New lakes formed in the melting Arctic could rapidly tap into deep reservoirs of ancient carbon, causing a boost in greenhouse gas emissions.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#6

 

View it
Name
Description Although it’s too late to rebrand Darwin's famous work, it might make sense to rename it “On the Origin of Pigeons, Worms, and Barnacles.”

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#7

 

View it
Name
Description Meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier also suggests 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill was “no catastrophe”

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#8

 

View it
Name
Description A quiver of cobras. A huddle of walruses. Can you guess the names of these groups of animals?

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 20 August 2018

#9

 

View it
Name
Description Online “citizen science” data initiatives may be able to help map the distribution of rare species in the wild, according to a study published in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Yifu Wang of McGill University and colleagues. Species distribution maps are essential tools for understanding

#Environment & Nature;#Theoretical sciences
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 19 August 2018

#10

 

View it
Name
Description ​A teen from Australia is left bloodied after sea creatures which appear to be sea lice ate his legs.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 19 August 2018

#11

 

View it
Name
Description Scientists call for evidence-based approach to approving new insecticides.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 19 August 2018

#12

 

View it
Name
Description For Kerala floods, Google Maps users can share their location using plus codes, and Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, and BSNL are offering free data, calling, and bill payment extensions.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 18 August 2018

#13

 

View it
Name
Description New NASA-funded research has discovered that Arctic permafrost’s expected gradual thawing and the associated release of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere may actually be sped up by instances of a relatively little known process called abrupt thawing. Abrupt thawing takes place under a certain type

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 18 August 2018

#14

 

View it
Name
Description Cal Fire released footage of a fire tornado that took a firefighter's life on July 26.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 18 August 2018

#15

 

View it
Name
Description Eco-friendly farming techniques are better for the environment and food is healthier. However, sustainable farming is thought to be less productive – without an extensive use of chemicals the yield is smaller. Now an international study, involving researchers from the University of York has shown th

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#16

 

View it
Name
Description There are certain words that immediately make environmentalists cringe. For example, “oil platform” – people immediately assume it is going to break, building and maintaining it will inevitably result in pollution and it is generally a bad thing to have in the ocean. However, a team of scientists le

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#17

 

View it
Name
Description It takes about a year before human infants master their own motor skills well enough to walk. While putting one foot in front of the other seems natural, remaining upright requires subtle shifts of balance throughout the body. Uneven terrain presents an additional challenge, but it’s one that

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#18

 

View it
Name
Description Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25, 2017, bringing more than 50 inches of rain and extreme flooding to the city of Houston. In addition to wreaking havoc on buildings and infrastructure, urban floodwaters harbor hidden menaces in the form of bacteria that can cause disease. Now, re

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#19

 

View it
Name
Description Removing carbon dioxide from the air and turning it into useful products is the long-term goal of a new initiative at the University of Michigan. The Global CO2 Initiative is funded with up to $4.5 million—a maximum of $2.5 million in seed funding from Michigan Engineering and an additional $2 mi

#Construction;#Agriculture & Gardening;#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#20

 

View it
Name
Description Scientists just worked out a way of rapidly producing a mineral capable of storing carbon dioxide (CO2) - giving us a potentially exciting option for dealing with our increasingly overcooked planet.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#21

 

View it
Name
Description The telcos have decided to offer data and calling benefits to prepaid customers and extension on bill payments for postpaid users. 

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#22

 

View it
Name
Description Some tech companies like Google and Facebook and e-commerce giant, Amazon India, are doing their bit to help those facing the ongoing torrential rains in Kerala. 

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#23

 

View it
Name
Description The MIT Press will host a Pitchfest competition at this year's Boston Book Festival.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#24

 

View it
Name
Description During its monthly climate report, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration illustrated the continued fire risk in the West for months ahead.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#25

 

View it
Name
Description Anki CEO Boris Sofman describes his company's journey from its splash debut at Apple WWDC to its latest consumer robot, Vector.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 17 August 2018

#26

 

View it
Name
Description When a foot-long bearded dragon appears on a rock near Bascom Hill, or a turkey flies through a stained-glass window in Science Hall, who do you call? It turns out, the answer is almost always Richard Ness, an animal control specialist for UW–Madison’s Facilities Planning and Management. To find

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#27

 

View it
Name
Description Wildfire smoke from the Western U.S. and Canada has engulfed subtropical storm Ernesto in the North Atlantic Ocean.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#28

 

View it
Name
Description The ozone layer is continuing to decline in certain areas of the world, scientists have found.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#29

 

View it
Name
Description A research paper claims that if the world stays at 2 degrees celsius of warming versus going up to 4 degrees celsius of warming then the world economy will be US$17.5 trillion per year stronger in 2100. At 4 degrees Celsius of global warming, the losses in income to the global economy are claimed to be over US$23 trillion per year, or the equivalent in economic damage of three or four 2008 Global Financial Crises each year. They claim the damages represent roughly one-third of current global GDP and about 7% or more of projected GDP in 2100.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#30

 

View it
Name
Description Airtel prepaid users in Kerala will get auto-approval of talk time worth Rs. 30 and 1GB mobile data, while postpaid subscribers get bill extension and uninterrupted services.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#31

 

View it
Name
Description Megalodon was the largest shark ever documented and one of the largest fish on record. It died out about 2.6 million years ago.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#32

 

View it
Name
Description Scientists detected 240 cubic miles of magma, enough for an enormous mega-explosion the likes of the supereruption that occurred 760,000 years ago.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#33

 

View it
Name
Description Mankind might be slowly destroying planet Earth, but there's also a chance we could be the ones to save it from ourselves. A group of scientists led by Ian Power of Trent University in Canada have announced the development...

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#34

 

View it
Name
Description Thousands of years ago, on what is now the Greek island of Santorini, a mountain exploded in one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history. But scientists have had difficulty establishing exactly when the Minoan volcano Thera erupted -

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#36

 

View it
Name
Description (Inside Science) -- In 2015, disaster struck South Africa's Kruger National Park -- or so it seemed. It was the worst drought on record, lasting 28 months and reducing the once-verdant grassland in the park's south-central region to bare dirt."It was really shocking to see," said Sally Koerner, a community ecologist at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. "There

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#37

 

View it
Name
Description Airtel prepaid users in Kerala will get auto-approval of talk time worth Rs. 30 and 1GB mobile data, while postpaid subscribers get bill extension and uninterrupted services.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#38

 

View it
Name
Description This summer has been one of the hottest on record, so we asked climate change researcher Dann Mitchell what has caused the summer heatwave, can we expect more, and is there anything we can do about it?

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#39

 

View it
Name
Description Literal garbage washed ashore in Manila Bay after heavy rain and flooding.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#40

 

View it
Name
Description Kerala floods have impacted day-to-day life across the state and the Airtel, Vodafone, Jio, Idea, and BSNL are offering relief in the form of free data, calling, and bill payment extensions.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#41

 

View it
Name
Description The Kerala floods have led to the death of over 80 according to the recent stats, while thousands of inhabitants have been left stranded.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#42

 

View it
Name
Description Climate change is creating tough living conditions for certain species of trees. So they're moving westward to cope.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#43

 

View it
Name
Description It's not quite a smoking gun, but one could be forgiven for thinking of it that way: a distinctive cloud formation that often signals damaging storms below. Easily identifiable in satellite imagery, the Above Anvil Cirrus Plume, or AACP, looks like a plume of smoke emanating out from the top of w

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 16 August 2018

#44

 

View it
Name
Description Sulfoximine cuts the number of new queens and males by half

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#45

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#46

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#47

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#48

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#49

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#50

 

View it
Name
Description TBD

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#51

 

View it
Name
Description PopSci is always on the lookout for today's best deals. Our lists will be updated throughout the day, so check back to see if stumbled upon any awesome new discounts.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#52

 

View it
Name
Description Teams in Washington and Canada are working together to save Scarlet, a starving 3-year-old killer whale.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#54

 

View it
Name
Description For years, scientists have tried to figure out why elephants are so good at not getting cancer. New research suggests their amazing ability involves resurrecting a gene from the dead and giving it a task to kill cells.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#55

 

View it
Name
Description Today's wildfires are burning significantly longer than they did decades ago.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#56

 

View it
Name
Description Southern California has experienced unusually hot weather, stoked in part by record-setting ocean temperatures.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#57

 

View it
Name
Description A striking painting called "The Host" is based on the artists' personal experience with a parasitic worm that he discovered in his eye.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#58

 

View it
Name
Description A teeny, tiny seahorse was just discovered off the coast of the Izu Islands in Japan.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#59

 

View it
Name
Description California is being plagued by massive wildfires, and the effects on air quality from those fires can extend far beyond the state’s borders. In addition to ash and smoke, fires release carbon monoxide into the atmosphere. Carbon monoxide is a pollutant that can persist in the atmosphere for about a

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#60

 

View it
Name
Description (Inside Science) -- Imagine the perfect city: It’s clean, the schools are excellent and crime is low. Constructing this flawless metropolis is a tall order and people don’t always prefer the most efficient or environmentally friendly design. City planners need accurate models to help predict where people will want to live.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#61

 

View it
Name
Description A WARNING has been issued by scientists about "devastating tsunamis" caused by climate change. New research suggests that rising sea levels – caused by global warming – significantly increase the threat of giant killer waves.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 15 August 2018

#62

 

View it
Name
Description DNA studies point to possible contribution to European delicacy’s decline

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#63

 

View it
Name
Description Donald Trump just signed into law a new military spending bill that includes funding to mitigate the impact of climate change on military operations.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#64

 

View it
Name
Description The FDA just approved Natural Cycles, a contraceptive app that helps women track their fertility throughout the month, as a medical device.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#65

 

View it
Name
Description The Monero cryptocurrency party at DEF CON was quite the sight.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#66

 

View it
Name
Description A killer whale in the Salish Sea carried kept her dead calf afloat for some 17 days, illustrating the intense grieving animals often experience.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#67

 

View it
Name
Description Scientists have found a rapid way of producing magnesite, a mineral which stores carbon dioxide. If this can be developed to an industrial scale then it can help offset global warming. A tonne of naturally-occurring magnesite can remove around half a tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#68

 

View it
Name
Description BRITS could be basking in unstoppable sunshine for another five years, according to scientists. New research suggests 2018's incredible global heatwave will continue baking the Earth right through to 2022.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#69

 

View it
Name
Description Igor Beresnev didn’t want to wait for a research grant or fresh data from the next big earthquake. So, over summers and weekends, he analyzed existing, historical data and ran his calculations. Now he believes he’s established the upper limit of ground accelerations caused by an earthquake.

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018

#70

 

View it
Name
Description As marine mammals evolved to make water their primary habitat, they lost the ability to make a protein that defends humans and other land-dwelling mammals from the neurotoxic effects of a popular man-made pesticide, according to new research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. T

#Environment & Nature
Field # Environment & Nature
Updated 14 August 2018