James Webb telescope; the Hubble's Successor

James Webb telescope; the Hubble's SuccessorWell, Europe has set a new benchmark by contributing to Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope. It has been built by an industrial team led from Astrium in Germany. It is the build of the Near-infrared spectrometer, which is one of four instruments that will go in JWST.

Humans do Blush in the Dark; Scientists from Germany Reveal

It was long known that blushing is one of the common and most fascinating expressions that humans experience but what actually makes this happen was still a mystery. To reveal the fact a team of researchers from the Germany's University of Erfurt and the Dutch Academy of 'Pataphysics in Amsterdam with the help of heat-sensitive cameras, revealed that humans mostly blush in the dark. This report has been published in the Telegraph UK reports.

‘Fat but Fit’ Term Exists, say German researchers

GermanIt might sound strange to many but a study has revealed that there is a thing known as `fat but fit'. The study has been publsihed in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.

The study was carried out by a group of researchers from the German Institute of Human Nutrition in Nuthetal. As per the study researchers, doctors' main focus should not be on BMI when categorizing someone as obese.

Giant Prehistoric 'Terror Bird' was actually Vegetarian, not a Ruthless Predator

Giant-Prehistoric-Terror-BirdA giant prehistoric terror bird was wrongly believed to be a ruthless predator. It was once thought to be snapping the necks of mammals with its big enormous beak. Now, a new study has come with findings that called it a vegetarian.

Eight more Cases of Coronavirus in Saudi Arabia Surges Global Total to 102

CoronavirusThe World Health Organization revealed on Wednesday that eight more people in Saudi Arabia have become infected of the MERS coronavirus. This has brought the number of confirmed infections to 102 in the globally. Of them, half of the victims have succumbed to the disease.

Prehistoric Chefs in Europe used Garlic Mustard for Culinary Purposes

EuropeResearchers have found evidence that European liked spicy food at least 6,000 years ago. The conclusion was based on findings of garlic mustard in the residues left on ancient pottery shards. The shards were found in Denmark and Germany.