Category Archives: Environmental Science

Visiting Colosseum, Gladiator Fighting Arena

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Euro Trip

Arriving in Rome, Italy, we did a city tour to enjoy the pretty environment of the city, its life and culture as well. At the end of the day, we visited the Colosseum, the most phenomenal heritage in Italy. The location of this elliptical building is right in the heart of Rome. In the past…

Propagating Vegetative Plants III (Air Layerage Technique)

Air Layerage is a way of plant breeding by planting stems or branches that are rooted first before being cut and planted elsewhere. Based on the experience of the practice we did in Vocational High School Bustanul Yatama, North Aceh, the advantages of the Air Layerage is easy to do, and the success rate is…

Propagating Vegetative Plants (Side Grafting Technique)

Breed is one way that living things do multiply themselves. Not least the plant as living things, the plants can breed with generative and vegetative. Generative breeding is a mating breeding (involving male and female cells), whereas vegetative propagation is breeding by involving just one stem cell. In this article the author will describe about…

The ECO Coin award 2018 finalists (and winner)

ADDED NOTE  … and the winner is…  3D printing foodwaste During a gathering last Friday in the series “The Hungry City” on the special subject Future Foods, the outcome of the popular vote was announced  and this year’s ECOcoin was given by the director of NextNatureNetwork to the team that developed the concept to use…

Controlling Nanotechnology

credit: mehrnews Are you one of those who loves science? Lovers of science and technology will certainly not be unfamiliar when they hear the word “nano” or “nanotechnology”. The concept of the term given by Richard Feynman was the first time on 29 December 1959 in a scientific speech at the Caltech (California Institute of Technology). The…

GRAVITATIONAL WAVES | The Answer to Albert Einstein’s Theory

credit: sciencenews.org The picture you see above is an illustration of two black holes that merge with each other. Eventually, the black holes will merge, producing gravitational waves. Gravity has been studied since Newton’s time, but present-day science still talking a little about that, can be said, knowledge about this field it is still very little…