What is the Carbon Cycle?

-By Eniola Elizabeth Fase The carbon cycle is referred to as the biogeochemical cycle by which carbon is exchanged among the geosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, pedosphere, and atmosphere of the Earth. Carbon is the primary segment of biological compounds just as a significant segment of numerous minerals, for example, limestone. Alongside the water cycle and the […]

Revealing New Knowledge Of Earth’s Carbon Cycle

By Eniola Elizabeth Fase On September 23, 2020, the University of Alberta gave a broad explanation about the Earth’s carbon cycle in new depth, utilizing diamonds as breadcrumbs of knowledge into some of Earth’s deepest geologic instruments. A Ph.D. student in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Margo Regier explained that recently, geologists have […]

Global Warming-Protector Himalayas Turns Potential Destroyer

-By Lalit Koundaal Could the climate be a point of discussion? Climate is something we always believe is a result of laws set by the almighty. We have been told and seen too with our own eyes that winter sets in from the month of November onwards and summer follow in March. Like a normal […]

Diamonds Made Using Carbon Capture

-By Eniola Elizabeth Fase Diamond forms as carbon atoms are placed under pressure and at a high temperature. When under pressure and high temperature, carbons bond together to start growing crystals. In this solid kind of bonding, every carbon atom is bonded to four other carbon atoms. This is the reason a diamond is a […]

Code interoperability extends the scope of quantum simulations

-By Nikita Vijay Biliye In many materials, the combination of heterogeneous components and the interfaces that appear between them decides their functionality.  Building efficient computational schemes are essential to catch the appropriate lengths and time scales of the materials. These computational schemes predict and design various characteristics of a wide range of materials by developing […]