In March 2022, a report was published in the famous journal ‘Environment International’, which claimed that microplastics were found in 80 percent of the blood samples taken for examination in a research.
The day of September 28 will always be remembered in human history. On this day, NASA succeeded in changing the path of the spacecraft by colliding with an asteroid passing near the Earth.
One of the most exciting finals in the history of France and Argentina.
Some such claim has been made by the scientists of Oxford University. In a statement released in September this year, scientists said they had ‘developed a malaria vaccine that could change the world’.
‘Ice skating’ is a competition in the Winter Olympics, in which people participate either alone or with their partner.
In this, along with male or female gender, ‘non-binary’ ie people whose gender is not fixed in male or female, they can also participate.
Timothy Ledas is a well-known ‘figure skater’ of America and he created history by participating in the Winter Olympics held in Beijing in February this year.
The James Webb telescope has been in the news ever since it sent back the first picture of distant space in July. The world’s largest telescope has continuously beamed amazing pictures of the unseen corners of the universe back to Earth.
One of these was a picture of the JADES-GS-z13-0 Galaxy, which is 13 billion years old. On this basis, it is believed that this galaxy was formed just after the ‘Bing Bang’ event.
In this context, it is not only the oldest galaxy ever discovered, but it is also the most distant galaxy known from Earth.
By the way, many records were made in Britain this year, especially in the case of Prime Ministers. Liz Truss became Prime Minister for the shortest 45 days in the history of Britain.
But an even bigger history was created by the Prime Minister who succeeded him. It was Rishi Sunak, who took oath on 25 October. Rishi Sunak became the first Prime Minister who was not of British origin.
In June this year, scientists had informed about finding the world’s largest bacteria. The most interesting thing is that you do not need a microscope to see it.