Developed by Business Travel Management Limited, the social travel app named TrekBuyFly is finally live.
As a response to the Nigerian and overall African market request to be able to find more financially accessible trips,
More than 24m passengers were registered while transiting the United Arab Emirates airport during last year. The total number of the international hub’s transit passengers throughout 2016 hit almost 24.5 million, as the number
The common fruit fly, the tiny insect drawn to your beer or wine, has evolved to have an impressive tolerance for alcohol.
More than two decades ago, in one of the first papers using gene
The Switzerland-based company SolarStratos has announced its plans to build an aircraft powered by solar energy to take tourists into the stratosphere.
The 28 foot-long plane project aims to fully power the aircraft with solar
A team of Michigan State University scientists has genetically sequenced two species of poisonous mushrooms, discovering that they can theoretically produce billions of compounds through one molecular assembly line. This may open the door
If coastal salt marshes are like savings accounts, with sediment as the principal, all eight Atlantic and Pacific coast salt marshes studied are "in the red," researchers found.
Scientists working on a rapid assessment technique for determining which US
According to Momondo.ro, the travel tendencies of Romanian citizens for this year are dominated by the familiar European, African and Asian destinations.
Romanians have begun choosing domestic air transportation over train or car, as last
The German government has officially recognised IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, as an intergovernmental organisation, reaffirming the Union’s important role on the global environmental and development stage.
On Wednesday, the German Cabinet
An important new research paper, titled “Response of Sediment Bacterial Communities to Sudden Vegetation Dieback in a Coastal Wetland,” examines the consequences of plant disappearance and changes in salt marsh soil communities following Sudden
Boulder corals in the waters of Dry Tortugas National Park, 70 miles from Key West, contain evidence that confirms a centuries-old sea temperature cycle linked to rains, droughts and hurricanes.
Scientists seeking an oceanic counterpart to