Climate change  |  May 12, 2020

Carbon Fixers

Bacteria provide food to the plants by breaking complex organic compounds into simpler forms. This decomposition, part of a larger process called carbon cycle, is crucial for maintaining a stable climate on Earth.

A tiny-sized organism has recently been identified as a major warrior against environmental pollution and global warming. This warrior is a new species of soil bacteria called the Paraburkholderia madseniana and has been discovered by the researchers from the Cornell University of US. But how do they exactly help us in our fight? Let us find out.

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Gullible Creatures

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Q&A: Biomedical Waste

Climate change  |  November 7, 2019

Reaping Losses

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Silt Route