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Global Automatic Identification System Market Technological Innovations, Key Developments, Supply Chain And Forecast By 2027.

The international Automatic Identification System market research covers each facet of industry highlighting sections of Automatic Identification System market trends, market risk factors, and market challenges. In this Automatic Identification System report, the distribution of this market and each department prime Automatic Identification System application…

Reducing Social Media Time Can Decrease Loneliness and Depression, Says Research

A team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania finds that excessive use of social media can affect the user’s well-being and cause problems like anxiety, loneliness and depression. The study, titled “No More FOMO: Limiting Social Media Decreases Loneliness and Depression” published in the…

The Ozone Layer is Healing, Says UN Report

A study titled “Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2018,” released on Monday, states that an improvement is noted in the condition of the ozone layer since 2014 when the previous assessment was carried out. It indicates that the damage caused by ozone-depleting substances are on…

Astronomers Have Spotted One of the Earliest Stars

The general assumption is that the first stars of the universe were formed around 13.6 billion years ago, about 180 million years after the big bang. It was believed until recently that most of these would have died out by this time. And if at…

Paleontologists Discover New Dinosaur Species in Argentina

A team of Argentine and Spanish paleontologists working at a site in the Neuquén province in central Argentina unearthed the remains of a previously unknown dinosaur species. They found the remains of three members of the new species, one adult and two young ones, believed…

The First Visit to a Green Arabian Peninsula for Human Relatives

There are certain clues related to the wet and green part of the Arabian Peninsula, which remain buried inside the sand of the Arabian Desert. Fossils from elephants, jaguars and antelope, which have become extinct, depict a prehistoric scene not exactly of a wasteland that…

Elon Musk Feels the Irony of Him Dying On Mars is Highly Probable

The rocket company of Elon Musk, SpaceX and he himself wants to send people to Mars and ultimately look to make appropriate use of the red planet. Presently, the goal looks to be a lot closer to reality than the time when Elon Musk founded…

The Kepler’s Mission of NASA Ends 94 Million Miles Away from Earth

The Kepler Space Telescope of NASA has finally run out of fuel, after having found thousands of planets. The agency made an announcement on Tuesday that the telescope’s mission has ended 94 million miles from Earth. In reality, the end for the deep space mission…

A Russian Official Said the Soyuz Rocket Failure Was Due to Sensor Error

The official report on the reason behind the failure of Soyuz Rocket will not be released until Thursday. Still, a Russian official has managed to disclose the report’s main conclusion a day before. The Executive Director of manned programs for Russia’s space corporation Roscosmos is…