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Jupiter the largest planet in our solar system  will be in opposition from Earth’s surface in 59 years

Jupiter the largest planet in our solar system will be in opposition from Earth's surface in 59 years a potential treat for stargazers. Spectacular...

Organic photovoltaics that is sustainable and offers many advantages over traditional silicon-based solar panels

Itaru Osaka's story with organic photovoltaics began as a PhD student working in Hideki Shirakawa's research group at the University of Tsukuba in Japan....

Intelligent artificial limb developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO): Launched soon

The intelligent artificial limb - developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) - is expected to be launched soon. The artificial limb is...

A NASA spacecraft intentionally crashed into an asteroid. Here’s the reasons

In a first-of-its-kind world-saving experiment, NASA is about to destroy a small, harmless asteroid millions of miles away. The Dart spacecraft will target the...

Detecting the cancer microenvironment become much easier with the help of new molecular biosensor

Detecting the cancer microenvironment may soon become much easier with the help of a new molecular biosensor recently developed by a team of scientists....

ISRO has successfully tested a hybrid engine, potentially paving the way for a new propulsion system

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully tested a hybrid engine, potentially paving the way for a new propulsion system for upcoming launch...

Clearest view of Neptune’s rings in more than 30 years captured by James Webb Space Telescope

In another demonstration of its impressive capabilities, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) James Webb Space Telescope has now captured the clearest view...

Babies in the womb are big fans of carrots: New study researchers

Babies in the womb are big fans of carrots, but not so much of leafy greens -- and it shows on their faces, researchers...

Universe has hundreds of protoplanetary disks, belts of gas and dust surrounding newly formed young stars

Although the universe has hundreds of protoplanetary disks, which are belts of gas and dust surrounding newly formed young stars, it has been challenging...

Findings of NASA’s Insight lander of meteoroid or space rock hitting Mars sounds like

Now we can know what a meteoroid - or space rock - hitting Mars sounds like. Thanks to the findings of NASA's Insight lander....

China released a series of scientific research results from its first exploratory mission to Mars

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Sunday released a series of scientific research results from its first exploratory mission to Mars. The Tianwen-1...

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh meets Nadda in Delhi to join BJP today

Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh met BJP chief JP Nadda in Delhi on Monday ahead of his formal induction into the saffron fold....

Discovery of newborn planets, along with smoking evidence of a small Neptune or Saturn like planet

A new study by astronomers from the Center for Astrophysics proves that there is a new planet in the neighborhood. Planets are formed in...

Iranian President Raisi reiterates call for nuclear deal guarantees ahead of UN visit

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi speaks during a joint press briefing with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the Saadabad Palace in Tehran, Tuesday,...

Two Chinese astronauts embarked on a spacewalk from a new space station

Two Chinese astronauts embarked on a spacewalk on Saturday from a new space station due for completion later this year. Cai Xuzhe and Chen...

NASA’s Perseverance rover is well into its second science campaign, collecting rock core samples from scientists

NASA's Perseverance rover is well into its second science campaign, collecting rock core samples from formations in an area scientists have long considered the...

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring and forecasting for better decision-making. The expanded collaboration...

European Space Agency astronaut Samatha Cristoforetti captured a photo of part of the Tanggula Mountains in China

European Space Agency astronaut Samatha Cristoforetti captured a photo of part of the Tanggula Mountains in China near Hala Lake as the International Space...

Scientists have developed a technique to produce hydrogen from water at room temperature

Researchers at the University of California Santa, Santa Cruz (UCSC) have developed a new method to efficiently produce hydrogen from water at room temperature...

66 to 100 million years ago Dinosaurs and strange-looking early bird species roam the earth

Let's assume it's the Late Cretaceous, roughly 66 to 100 million years ago. Dinosaurs and strange-looking early bird species roam the earth, although the...

NASA pushed back the launch date of the Artemis 1 Moon rocket for its third attempt

After two failed attempts, NASA on Monday pushed back the launch date of the Artemis 1 Moon rocket for its third attempt from September...

Shocking research suggests that many more planets may have large amounts of water

A new study suggests that many more planets may have large amounts of water than previously thought  up to half water and half rock....

First ever ‘nuclear powered submarine’ was the brainchild of the late US Navy Admiral Hyman G. Rickover

The 'nuclear powered submarine' was the brainchild of the late US Navy Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, who was frustrated with submarines of the 1940s...

Life beyond Earth? Water-rich exoplanets discovered outside our solar system

In a major breakthrough in the search for life beyond our Earth, researchers have found a third category of exoplanets—water-rich—orbiting red dwarfs, the most...

Hubble Space Telescope observed stars spiraling into the center of a huge star nursery

Very little is known about the early universe. Many secrets have remained hidden from human observation despite the Herculean efforts of space agencies. As...

Have you ever wondered what happens inside water droplets?

Have you ever wondered what happens inside water droplets? Why does water change shape? Why does it freeze at some temperatures and evaporate at...

China claims to be third country ever to discover a new mineral on Moon

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) and China Atomic Energy Administration (CAEA) jointly announced on September 9 that researchers studying samples returned from the...

NASA satellites have provided open source for more than 50 years

For more than 50 years, NASA satellites have provided open source and publicly available data about Earth's land, water, temperature, weather, and climate. To...

PSLV-C53 was the 2nd dedicated commercial mission for New Space India Limited (NSIL)

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NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft recently took its first look at Didymos

NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft recently took its first look at Didymos, a double asteroid system that includes its target, Dimorphos. On...

China has set a new world record for the strongest steady magnetic field

On August 12, the hybrid magnet of the Steady High Magnetic Field Facility (SHMFF) in Hefei, China, generated the world's highest steady magnetic field...

Satellite and Unmanned Remote Vehicles sets the world’s first standard for drone land surveying

The Ministry of Defense Center of Excellence - Satellite and Unmanned Remote Vehicles (CoE - SURVEI) sets the world's first standard for drone land...

iPhone 14 series was launched  along with the new Watch Series 8 this September

At Apple's September event, the coveted iPhone 14 series was launched, along with the new Watch Series 8, Watch Ultra and the next generation...

Piyush Goyal will continue US tour and will go to attend meeting of the Indo Ministers

Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution and Textiles Shri Piyush Goyal will continue the second leg of his US...

MOXIE device producing oxygen on Mars & can reliably handle the work of a small tree

On the red and dusty surface of Mars, nearly 100 million miles from Earth, a lunchbox-sized device proves it can reliably handle the work...

$280 billion to boost America’s semiconductor industry and keep the country ahead of China in technology is a 5-year promise

Most of the $280 billion in the new law to boost America's semiconductor industry and keep the country ahead of China in technology is...

First intranasal Covid vaccine “iNCOVACC”  for emergency use in adults made by Bharat Biotech

THE NATIONAL medicines regulator has given the green light to the country's first intranasal Covid vaccine for emergency use in adults, the government said...

First image of a planet outside our solar system, gas giant by James Webb Space Telescope

Astronomers have used NASA's James Webb Space Telescope for the first time to take a direct image of a planet outside our solar system....

NASA’s towering, next-generation moon rocket on its debut flight

Ground teams at Kennedy Space Center prepared on Saturday for a second try at launching NASA’s towering, next-generation moon rocket on its debut flight,...

The first indigenous INS Vikrant, the largest ship ever built in Indian naval history

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will commission the first indigenous aircraft carrier - INS Vikrant - the largest ship ever built in Indian naval history...

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) under the Ministry of Electronics

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) under the Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India, in collaboration with the Cyber ​​Security Agency...

India has transformed itself into a self-reliant nation that is fully equipped to deal with all kinds of threats and challenges

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, India has transformed itself into a strong, confident and self-reliant nation that is fully equipped...

The Wandering Earth short story in which the planet’s leaders agree to push Earth out of the solar system to escape

In Liu Cixin's short story "The Wandering Earth" (first published in China's Science Fiction World in July 2000), Cixin depicts a scenario in which...

How VR give new potential to your workflows and is it possible to work in VR?

While virtual reality headsets are perhaps most commonly used for gaming, there is so much more that can be done in VR and we...

IMF board approved the Pakistan’s bailout program allowing more than $1.1 billion to be released to the cash-strapped economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) board approved the seventh and eighth revisions of Pakistan's bailout program, allowing more than $1.1 billion to be released...

Reliance Industries Ltd’s Jio will start rolling out the “largest” “standalone” 5G services

Reliance Industries Ltd's Jio will start rolling out the "largest" "standalone" 5G services to its subscribers in metro cities in the next two months,...

Astronomers have found an Earth-like planet that is larger, could have deeper oceans and two suns

Is there life beyond Earth? Are we alone? Is there a planet that could help survive the future of the human species? These are some...

Today is a ‘Pluto demotion’ day & this hidden planet was spotted by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh

Today is a 'Pluto demotion' day. This day means that Pluto has been excluded from the elite list of planets, bringing the total number...

Research reveal bacterial species Clostridioides difficile which causing serious diarrheal infections

The bacterial species Clostridioides difficile, or C. diff, which is well known for causing serious diarrheal infections, can also cause colorectal cancer, according to...

Observatories on mountaintops to observe a bright explosion born out of the cosmic dance of a white dwarf

In the winter months of 2007, astrophysicists from all over the world had made a beeline to observatories on mountaintops to observe a bright...

NASA said Finding water on the moon could be easier with Goddard’s technology

Finding water on the moon could be easier with Goddard's technology, which uses an effect called quantum tunneling to create a high-powered terahertz laser,...

NASA and China intend to send astronauts to Mars for the first time in history

In the coming decade, in 2033, NASA and China intend to send astronauts to Mars for the first time in history. This poses a...

Rare type of liver cancer found in mice by Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered the cell of origin of mixed...

Jodhpur’s IIT & AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae cause infection

Researchers at Jodhpur's IIT and AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae, a major cause of hospital-acquired infection, and found that it forms...

Science and Technology Focus: To sustain life on Mars we need to grow alfalfa crop as they survive in the hard volcanic soil

Once we've overcome all the challenges of getting to Mars, we'll need to figure out how to sustain life there - and growing and...

Space Focus: New study estimated how many moons could theoretically orbit Earth as it is

In a recent study published a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Arlington, Valdosta State University, the Georgia Institute of Technology...

Dr Jitendra Singh today launched India’s first truly indigenous hydrogen fuel cell developed by KPIT-CSIR in Pune 

Union Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Science and Technology; Minister of  State (Independent Representative) for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions,...

Evolution of Life: New study have been proposed the mystery of evolution of sexual reproduction

Two new hypotheses have been proposed that address the "double price of sex": one of the greatest mysteries in the evolution of sexual reproduction....

Disaster Focus: Extreme weather drought and heavy rainfall is becoming more common as the global average temperature rises

Extreme weather, such as prolonged drought and heavy rainfall, is becoming more common as the global average temperature rises  and will only get worse...

Bluetooth device attached to the bionic arm was the brainchild of company founder Simon Pollard

There have been many innovations in the field of prosthetics, but the challenges facing machine learning have made it difficult to modify products. However,...

NASA’s Space Launch System’s gigantic lunar rocket topped with an unmanned astronaut capsule

NASA's Space Launch System's gigantic lunar rocket, topped with an unmanned astronaut capsule, began crawling onto the launch pad Tuesday night ahead of the...

Scientists have developed a model to observe the hitherto elusive exomoons natural satellites

Scientists have developed a model to observe the hitherto elusive exomoons natural satellites that orbit exoplanets (planets orbiting stars other than the Sun) with...

Transparent protective coating on car has been developed that can heal scratches in sunlight

According to a recent study, a transparent protective coating material has been developed that can heal itself in 30 minutes when exposed to sunlight....

New method discovery  to improve the charging times of solid hydrogen fuel cells

Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have developed a new method to improve the charging times...

Technology Focus: Today released the “Cyber ​​Crime Bulletin” of the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center under the Cyber ​​Security

The Special Secretary (Internal Security) today released the “Cyber ​​Crime Bulletin of the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center (I4C) under the Cyber ​​and Information...

Science Focus: Scientists decoded an almost 2,300-year-old Chinese text hiding secret formulas for making the metal

In a stunning discovery, scientists have now managed to decode an almost 2,300-year-old Chinese text hiding secret formulas for making the metal. The 300...

AMTRON tied up with EduRade a start-up at IIT-Guwahati and IIM-Calcutta Innovation Park Project

The Northeast has its first remote pilot training school in Guwahati as part of the central government's drive to make India a hub for...

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd ramp up its production and aims to produce 20 million units

Maruti Suzuki India will ramp up its production and aims to produce 20 million units in the current fiscal with improved availability of semiconductors,...

Experts from India and the US collaborated in joint research project plans which implemented through Technological Innovation

Experts from India and the United States collaborated to present the best joint research project plans to be implemented through Technological Innovation (TIH) at...

India’s telecom network is the second largest in the world with the most affordable prices

Today, India's telecom network is the second largest in the world with the most affordable prices. This growth has been fueled by the Modi...

Defence Focus: Permits granted by central city of Wuhan to robot wasps offer rides to the public without drivers in the car

Chinese search engine Baidu announced on Monday that it has received permission to operate fully driverless robotaxi services on open roads from two Chinese...

Technology Focus: China has announced more military exercises in the seas and airspace around Taiwan

China has announced more military exercises in the seas and airspace around Taiwan, a day after it planned to end drills launched in protest...

Technology Focus: What is augmented Reality and how it is different from Virtual Reality and its Application on various field

Augmented reality and virtual reality are important concepts in an increasingly digital world. Although these are two different technologies, the two terms are often...

Technology Focus: Nallathamba Kalaiselvi contributed significantly to the National Mission for Electric Mobility with more than 125 research papers

Senior Nallathamba Kalaiselvi has become the first woman Director General of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), a consortium of 38 research...

Economy Focus: Government is promoting the adoption of Digital Agriculture Mission through the use of technology and innovation

The government is promoting the adoption of smart farming methods through the use of technology and innovation in the country's agricultural sector. The government...

National Focus: State Agricultural Universities and KVKs ensure various technological interventions in various fields of agriculture

India has one of the largest National Agricultural Research Systems (NARS) in the world comprising 102 Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Institutes, 11...

Technology Focus: First meeting of the National Advisory Committee of the National Initiative for Science, Technology and Innovation Statistics

The first meeting of the National Advisory Committee of the National Initiative for Science, Technology and Innovation Statistics (NISTIS) discussed the way forward for...

Technology Focus: Self-developed laser-guided anti-tank missiles (ATGMs) were successfully test-fired By DRDO

Self-developed laser-guided anti-tank missiles (ATGMs) were successfully test-fired from the Arjun main battle tank (MBT) by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and...

Technology Focus: Chemical process that converts sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into acetate and oxygen to produce high-value fuels

Dr. Northumbria University's Shafeer Kalathil is one of a team of academics behind the project, which uses a chemical process that converts sunlight, water...

Environment Focus: The Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) has launched the Deep Ocean Mission (DOM)

The National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), is setting up a 65 kW ocean...

Technology Focus: DOT selected top 30 bidders who were tied up with telecom service providers to showcase their products/applications in 5G trials

The government is enabling Indian technology companies to develop 4G, 5G and E-Band spectrum products and solutions through various initiatives, including funding, hackathons and...

Climate Change: Methane has so far caused about 30% of global warming since the pre-industrial age

A group of researchers managed to convert methane into methanol using light and scattered transition metals such as copper in a process known as...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the high rate of heart attack or stroke remains high after infection with Covid19 effected peoples

Doctors have reported cardiovascular problems related to COVID-19 during the pandemic, but concern about the problem grew after the results of a VA study...

Science Focus: Research suggests that there is no consistent link between dust storms and Valley Fever

A study published in GeoHealth on July 171 challenges 2021 research that suggests there is no consistent link between dust storms and Valley Fever....

Technology Focus: The telecom department is expecting ₹70,000 to ₹1,00,000 from the auctions in 5G spectrum auction

All eyes are on the ongoing 5G spectrum auction, creating immense curiosity as to who will win the 72 gigahertz radio wave rights worth...

Global Focus: The border has always been a contentious issue between Switzerland and Italy through climate change

Climate change is changing geography. Politicians usually don't care. But in one particular case, the melting of the Theodol glacier is now sparking political...

Space Focus: NASA’s greatest scientific Ralph McNutt wants to launch his own passion project on Solar System

Before Ralph McNutt embarked on his doctoral studies, he had never been east of the Mississippi River. But soon after the young Texan arrived...

Technology Focus: India has submitted bids totaling about $19 billion for 5G spectrum

Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Saturday that the country has submitted bids totaling about $19 billion for 5G spectrum and the process is...

National Focus: Union home minister Amit Shah said that the NEP 2020 is the foundation to make India a great nation

National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Promotion Policy for Schools, introduction of 75 'Bharatiya Games' in schools, launch of 'Kalashala Initiative' in 750 schools to help...

Space Focus: Signals from the outskirts of a galaxy no older than 150 million years indicate the formation of newer stars in galaxies

According to a recent study, signals from the outskirts of a galaxy no older than 150 million years indicate the formation of newer stars...

AlphaFold a revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) network to predict the structures of about 200 million proteins from 1 million species

The researchers used AlphaFold a revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) network to predict the structures of about 200 million proteins from 1 million species, covering...

Technology Focus: United States and Japan have decided to launch a new joint international semiconductor research center

The United States and Japan have decided to launch a new joint international semiconductor research center, Japanese Trade Minister Hagiuda Koichi said at a...

Space Focus: NASA unveiled the final architecture of their ambitious program to bring samples of Martian rock and soil back to Earth

NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) today unveiled the final architecture of their ambitious program to bring samples of Martian rock and soil...

Space Focus: Dr Jitendra Singh informed that about 15 start-ups are working in the field of offering satellite services

The government said today that there are currently no laws governing space tourism in the country and there are no plans to create a...

Space Focus: South Korea’s first lunar probe will be on its way to the moon

By this time next week, South Korea's first lunar probe will be on its way to the moon. The Danuri probe, which means "enjoy...

Global Focus: Close security partnership between US President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping

Taiwan's foreign ministry said on Friday it will continue to deepen its close security partnership with the United States after US President Joe Biden...

World Focus: Indian government has blocked access to Krafton’s battle-royale game

The Indian government has blocked access to Krafton's battle-royale game BGMI based on the same provision of its IT law that it has invoked...

Space Focus: Scientists found new places on moon surface, where always ‘sweater weather’ experienced

Future human explorers on the moon may have 99 problems, but staying warm or cold will be no problem. A team led by UCLA...

Space Focus: Researchers to create more accurate models of the evolution of the universe and how black holes evolve

Black holes with different light signatures that were thought to be the same objects viewed from different angles are actually in different stages of...

Technology Focus: Union Cabinet today approved a project to saturate 4G mobile services in uncovered villages

Digital inclusion and connectivity for all is an integral part of the 'antyodaya' vision of the government. Last year, the government approved a project...

Technology Focus: Government has taken the various measures to strengthen its cyber security posture and prevent cyber attacks

The growth of the Internet and the proliferation of applications, products and services on it, citizens are empowered and their lives are changed. However,...

Technology Focus: DGCA compiles CO2 emissions data based on information received from Indian scheduled carriers

DGCA compiles CO2 emissions data based on information received from Indian scheduled carriers. Details of CO2 emissions from 2016 to 2020 can be seen...

Space Focus: NASA’s Commercial Moon Payload Services (CLPS) initiative under Artemis

NASA has awarded Draper, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, a contract to deliver Artemis science probes to the moon in 2025. The commercial delivery is part...

Space Focus: The deepest known canyon in the solar system as seen from space

The worlds of the solar system beyond Earth have amazing surface properties. Thanks to planetary science missions, we see images of canyons, craters and...

Space Focus: An astronomy picture of the day by NASA

Why does Jupiter have rings? Jupiter's main ring was discovered in 1979 by NASA's Voyager 1 probe, but its origin was a mystery at...

Global Focus: US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said that US economic growth was slowing and acknowledged the risk of a recession

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday that US economic growth was slowing and acknowledged the risk of a recession, but said a...

Technology Focus: Alphabet Inc’s Google had fired a senior software engineer

Alphabet Inc's Google said on Friday it had fired a senior software engineer who claimed the company's artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot LaMDA was a...

Technology Focus: China’s domestic C919 narrow-body jetliner designed to challenge the Airbus-Boeing duopoly

The COMAC C919 is a narrow-body airliner developed by the Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC. The development program began in 2008. Prototype production began in...

Science and Technology: Study reveals that the 2/3 of shark species are in risk of extinction globally

The researchers sampled nearly 10,000 shark fin clippings from markets in Hong Kong - one of the largest shark fin trading centers in the...

Technology Focus: Three desalination plants based on LTTD technology have been developed and demonstrated

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Space Focus: Why doesn’t Jupiter have rings like Saturn? Is Gigantic moons prevent the formation of giant ice rings?

Because Jupiter is larger, it should have larger and more spectacular rings than Saturn's. But new research from UC Riverside shows that Jupiter's massive...

Technology Focus: The Google Pixel 6a launched now &will be inevitably compared with the new Nothing Phone (1) and OnePlus 10R

There is no better starting point than accepting the elephant in the room. Is the Google Pixel 6a a 'compromise' Pixel phone? The chances...

Science and Technology Focus: Scientists demonstrated that, how simulations can be used to observe of a distinct state of matter on space

Physicists have demonstrated how simulations using quantum computing can allow the observation of a distinct state of matter taken out of normal equilibrium. Such...

Space Focus: Scientist have completed the first map of the amount of hydrogen on the moon’s surface

Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, have compiled the first complete map of the amount of hydrogen on...

Technology focus: Microsoft Corp’s MS Teams was back up for some users, the company said

Microsoft is an American multinational technology corporation that manufactures computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Its best-known software products are the...

Technology Focus: Now researchers have calculated the carbon cost of training a number of models in cloud computing data centers in different locations

As machine learning experiments become more sophisticated, their carbon footprint grows. Now researchers have calculated the carbon cost of training a number of models...

Technology Focus: The world’s first paper transistor developed in collaboration with  Institute for Nanostructures, Nanomodeling and Nanofabrication (i3N) is a partner with Center for...

The Institute for Nanostructures, Nanomodeling and Nanofabrication (i3N), which brings together scientists from two leading Portuguese research units, develops advanced functional materials. An official...

Space Research Canadian High Arctic regions is an extremely salty & oxygen-free environment and it is most similar to some areas on Mars Planet

Beneath the permafrost of Lost Hammer Spring in the Canadian High Arctic is an extremely salty, very cold, and nearly oxygen-free environment most similar...

Research Focus: STEM Platform aims to strengthen the research and development ecosystem by connecting researchers with resources

In a first in the country, academic users in India will have free access to the Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) software suite...

Science and Technology Focus: ICAR launched a network program for use of Artificial Intelligence and drones in the field of agri research

The use of drones for crop protection in India is new and the country is gaining experience. The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)...

Space Focus: International team of experts uncovered the several blackholes which are dormant outside our galaxy

An international team of experts, known for making several black hole discoveries, has found a stellar-mass black hole in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a...

Technology Focus: TCS ranked number one among the top 30 software and IT service providers in the UK market

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday said it has been ranked number one among the top 30 software and IT service providers (SITS) in...

Space Focus: Dusty Milky Way reveals the contours of our galaxy as it takes shape as we look further and further from Earth

An animated dive into the dusty Milky Way reveals the contours of our galaxy as it takes shape as we look further and further...

Space Focus: University of Keele has created the largest map of previously hidden galaxies to date

There are hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe, each containing billions of stars and located in every part of the sky. But...

Jupiter fans will recognize some familiar features of our solar system’s giant planet in these Webb infrared images

Following the release of the first images from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope on Tuesday, data from the telescope's commissioning period are now being...

Science Focus: Scientists announced that they have found the crater from which the oldest known Martian meteorite

Scientists announced Tuesday that they have found the crater from which the oldest known Martian meteorite was originally ejected toward Earth, a discovery that...

Space Focus: Spacecraft lifted off Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Pad 39A on the 25th Commercial Supply Services mission for NASA

A SpaceX Dragon supply spacecraft carrying more than 5,800 pounds of science experiments, crew supplies and other cargo is enroute to the International Space...

Space Focus: Three thousand light-years away, a dying star is shedding shells of glowing gas

Three thousand light-years away, a dying star is shedding shells of glowing gas. This Hubble Space Telescope image reveals the Cat's Eye Nebula (NGC...

Space Focus: Recent data suggests that our Milky Way Galaxy will collide and merge with the similarly sized Andromeda Galaxy in a few billion...

What is the oldest thing you can see? At 2.5 million light-years away, the answer is the rogue eye of the Andromeda galaxy, because...

Energy Focus: NHPC will scale up commercial-scale hydrogen production to meet Ladakh region’s hydrogen needs

NHPC yesterday signed two MoUs to develop "pilot green hydrogen technologies" in line with the country's commitment to reduce the carbon footprint of the...

Technology Focus: Scientists have developed a memory device with excellent switching properties and low power consumption for data storage applications

Resistive memory devices with an insulating film sandwiched between the electrodes can meet the needs of high-performance, high-density memories with low power requirements for...

Science Focus: Two species of fungi new to the UK and another previously unknown to science have been discovered in the Cairngorms

The Greenland toadstool is an arctic species, while Acrodoncium Antarcticum was first recorded on the opposite side of the world in Antarctica. The previously...

Science and Technology Focus: What is Science behind the Time Zones and how has it helped Humans for economic growth, should India have a...

Everyone on the planet wants the sun to be at its highest point in the sky (cross the meridian) at noon. If there was...

Technology Focus: Hyundai Motor Co on Thursday launched its first electric sedan, Ioniq 6 electric vehicle

Hyundai Motor Co on Thursday launched its first electric sedan, the Ioniq 6, which the South Korean carmaker is betting will help it gain...

Technology Focus: Scientists discovered an eco-friendly thermoelectric material which is more efficient and stable to conduce the high heat

Waste heat is a very promising source of energy conservation and reuse through the conversion of this heat into electricity – a process called...

Space Science Focus: Scientist discovered the first ever exoplanets 30 years ago around a rapidly rotating star

The first ever exoplanets were discovered 30 years ago around a rapidly rotating star called a pulsar. Now astronomers have revealed that these planets...

Space Focus: NASA’s US$10-billion James Webb Space Telescope released four new scientific images and scientists amazed  

Views of space keep getting better. NASA's $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope released four new science images on July 12, including newborn stars...

Technology Focus: The new campus of National Institute of Fashion Technology in Panchkula was inaugurated today by Sh. Piyush Goyal

The new campus of National Institute of Fashion Technology in Panchkula was inaugurated today by Sh. PiyushGoyal, Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer...

Technology Focus: Researchers have identified co-dopants that can enhance the photovoltaic performance of transparent metal oxides

Researchers have identified co-dopants that can enhance the photovoltaic performance of transparent metal oxides such as ZnO, In2O3 and SnO2, creating the potential for...

Space Technology Focus: The first science image from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has dropped

The wait is over. The first science image from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has dropped, and astronomers are in awe. US President Joe...

  Science Focus: Artificial Intelligence techniques have rapid learning capacity like baby learns quickly 

Inspired by research into how infants learn, computer scientists have created a program that can learn simple physical rules about the behavior of objects...

Technology Focus: Machine learning technology can help researchers accomplish scientific tasks more quickly and effectively

Big data has well and truly arrived. But for all its enormous potential, it presents unprecedented challenges to researchers in the field. "Scientists, from...

Defence Focus: Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh launched 75 newly developed Artificial Intelligence Products

Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh launched 75 newly developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) products/technologies during the first ever 'AI in Defence' Symposium and Exhibition (AIDef)...

Space Focus: Around 60 start-ups have registered with ISRO Since the recent ‘unlocking’ of India’s space sector by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Since the recent 'unlocking' of India's space sector by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, around 60 start-ups have registered with ISRO, and several of them...

Technology Focus: The quantum-proof technology and algorithms can safeguard the future cyberattacks: USNIST

Many people fear the ability of future quantum computers to crack the cryptographic keys on which modern life depends; these protect everything from smartphone...

Technology Focus: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) share prices dropped as much as 4.8% to a three-week low

Share prices of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) fell as much as 4.8% to a three-week low on July 11. India's leading IT services provider...

Space Focus: A surprise dust storm impacts identified by scientist on the Webb telescope has scientists on high alert

As NASA's James Webb Space Telescope prepares to release its first science images on July 12, engineers are keeping an eye on a small...

Technology Focus: The Aditya-L1 mission is India’s first dedicated spacecraft mission to study the Sun

The Aditya L1 is a spacecraft coronagraphy spacecraft to study the solar system, currently designed and developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)...

Technology Focus: Way to reduce energy consumption in data centers is to use light to communicate information with optical switches

Data centers dedicated spaces for data storage, processing and distribution enable everything from computer cloud to video streaming. In the process, they use a...

Space Focus: NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover is digging into the surface of the Red Planet on the hunt for evidence of running water

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover celebrates the surface of the Red Planet looking for evidence of water from the planet's past and signs of life...

Technology Focus: Raksha Mantri will open the series for first exhibition of Artificial Intelligence in Defense

Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh will open the series with the first exhibition of 'Artificial Intelligence in Defense' (AIDef), organized by the Department of...

Science Focus: The Large Hadron Collider CERN discovered manifolds of particles physics: Know the latest updates

Testing for the world's most powerful particle collisions resumed at CERN, Europe's particle-physics laboratory, after three years of development of its equipment. With its...

Technology Focus: What is face recognition technology, its benefits and challenges before the technologist?

AI-based face recognition technology is one of the most interesting and intriguing technologies and has seen significant improvements in accuracy over the years. With...

Technology Focus: Country can be connected seamlessly with next-generation network solution & congestion in 4G

A total of 15 cities in different parts of the country can be connected seamlessly with a next-generation network solution that can address the...

Space Focus: The NASA Sets the Vision the study, how the Solar Rays affects the planet’s adverse weather on the Earth

A very small tool has a huge task ahead of it: measuring all the Earth's orientation from the Sun and helping scientists understand how...

Space Research Focus: Scientist developed a method for predicting the composition of dark matter & invisible matter detected only by its gravitational pull

Their work, from the journal Physical Review Letters, focuses on predicting "cosmological signatures" on models of black matter that weigh between electron and proton....

Health Focus: New type of vaccine provides protection against a variety of SARS-like betacoronaviruses

Betacoronaviruses, including those that caused the SARS epidemic, MERS, and COVID-19, are a group of coronaviruses that infect humans and animals. The vaccine works...

Digital Economy Focus: What is cryptocurrency, how it’s booming in Indian market and globe

The concept of cryptocurrency was shared with the world by Satoshi Nakamoto, a pseudonym, more than a decade ago in 2008. Nakamoto published a...

Technology Focus: Scientists have developed rapidly charging E-cycle using Na-ion batteries and supercapacitors

Scientists have used nano-materials to develop Na-ion-based batteries and supercapacitors, which can be charged quickly and integrated into e-cycles. Low-level Na-ion-based technologies can be...

Technology Focus: IIT Kharagpur developed Indigenous technology using BLDC motor and smart controller for e-Rickshaws

It is true that more than 90% of the components and technologies of electric vehicles (such as car / controller / converter / Battery...

Science and technology Focus: Ukrainian mathematician awarded to people under the age of 40 and becomes second woman to win prestigious Fields Medal

Ukrainian mathematician Maryna Viazovska is one of four winners of the 2022 Fields Awards, one of the highest mathematical medals awarded to people under...

Climate change Focus: Global Climate Change impacting lakes evaporation at a large scale than thought previously at global scale

Led by Dr. Huilin Gao, an associate professor in the Zachry Department of Social and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University, researchers have created...

Science and Technology Focus: Scientists have discovered a novel material that can emit, detect, and modulate infrared light

Electric waves are a renewable energy source used to generate electricity, telecommunications, defense and safety technologies, sensors, and health care services. Scientists use sophisticated...

Science and Technology Focus: Scientist celebrated the decade of the discovery of Higgs boson particle “GOD particle”, still many mysterious properties are unknown

On July 4, 2012, physicists at CERN, a European particle-physics laboratory, declared victory in their long-term pursuit of the Higgs boson. The mysterious particle...

Science and Technology Focus: The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) CERN, there is a lot more to know about the particle physics

A decade ago, on July 4, 2012, scientists around the world celebrated the important news that researchers had found evidence supporting the existence of...

Historical Focus: A study reveals the lice emerged more than 90 million years ago, a parasite crawled from a bird to an ancestor of...

There was a time, at least 90 million years ago, when mammals were free of lice. But it did not last long. The ancient...

Technology Focus: Taiwan’s Foxconn said on Monday that June sales jumped 31% from a year earlier to a record high for the month

Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contractor, raised its annual business vision on Monday due to strong sales of smartphones and servers despite concerns...

National Focus: The Minister inaugurates the TiHAN Testbed for Autonomous Navigation at IIT Hyderabad

The union Minister of State (Independent) Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Payment) Earth Science; MoS PMO, Employees, Public Complaints, Pensions, Atomic Energy...

Technology Focus: CoE-SURVEI developed tools for analysis of the empty earth and the analysis of 3D images of land administration hills

The Center for Excellence in Satellite & Unmanned Remote Vehicle Initiative (CoE-SURVEI) has developed Artificial Intelligence-based software that can automatically detect transformation on the...

Space Focus: Due to the expansion of the universe galaxy are receding away from us: Study Reveals

With the advent of modern telescopes and astronomical observations, astronomers have been able to identify many distant galaxies. These were some of the first...

Science and Technology Focus: Fossils found at the Sterkfontein Caves in South Africa may be much older than previously thought

Ancient human-like fossils in South Africa may be more than a million years older than previously thought, raising the possibility that species evolved from...

Space Focus: NASA approves the projects i.e. ICESat-2 Melt Ponds, Summer Ice, and More: Space Laser Measures Changing Earth

The Arctic ice sheet has lost about a third of its volume since 2003. Elsewhere, new lakes deep under the Antarctic ice sheet were...

Technology Focus: Technology enables scientists to analyze the composition of exoplanets

It may seem that technology is advancing year after year, as if by magic. But behind all the ongoing development and successful transformation there...

Science and Technology Focus: How dinosaurs survive cold winters in the end-Triassic extinction event when most other animals died out

Some dinosaurs may have traits that allow them to endure cold winters during the Late Triassic and the early Jurassic period. It can explain...

Disaster Focus: CSIR-CSIO inked an agreement for joint commercialization of Earthquake Warning System

CSIR-CSIO, Chandigarh & Engineers India Limited (EIL), New Delhi have signed a joint sale agreement for Earthquake Warning System. CSIR-CSIO has joined Engineers India...

Space Focus: Astronomers used NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to determine the spin of the black hole

The H1821 + 643 is a quasar powered by a large black hole, located about 3.4 billion light-years from Earth. Astronomers used NASA's Chandra...

Disaster Focus: A study says that Flooding in urban areas cost Americans more than $106 billion

Floods in urban areas cost the American people more than $ 106 billion between 1960 and 2016, damaged property, disrupted businesses and took people's...

Energy Focus: Scientists have finally rediscovered a lost fossil site in Brazil 70 years ago, fossil named ‘treasure trove’

Scientists have finally recovered a lost fossil record in Brazil, after researchers who first discovered it 70 years ago were unable to trace it...

Climate change focus: Scientists have discovered evidence of rising sea levels hidden in caves

Today we will talk about climate change and rising water levels in the earth. Scientists have found out in research that the sea level...

Technology Focus: Major initiative for the dissemination of CSIR technologies to create livelihood opportunities in rural areas

The CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication & Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR), unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA) and Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) have jointly launched a massive campaign...

Governance Focus: A bilateral meeting help between Ministry of Energy and Water resources of India with Republic of Tajikistan

India's Union Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Science Dr. Jitendra Singh held a bilateral meeting with the Minister of Energy and Water...

Disaster Focus: Scientists warn to the nations to deal for saving global biodiversity

Some conservation scientists have warned that an international agreement to protect the environment is in jeopardy after negotiations stalled during international talks in Nairobi...

Technology Focus: Scientists have reported the first case of COVID-19 affected person getting from a cat

First there were hamsters, and now cats sneeze. The Thai team reports the first strong evidence that a domestic cat infected a person with...

Health Focus: Study reveals the Covid-19 pandemic impact is harder in the poor countries

At the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic, the risk of dying from the disease was twice as high for people living in low-income countries...

Science and Technology Focus: Scientists have spotted fossils of a small mammal resembling squirrels called treeshrew

Scientists have observed fossils of small mammals such as squirrels called the new-type treeshrew and species from Ramnagar in Jammu and Kashmir. This tree...

Technology Focus: India’s largest telecom operator, Jio Infocomm has 405.7 million wireless broadband subscribers

Indian millionaire Mukesh Ambani has resigned from the Reliance Industries communications unit, handed over the reins to his son Akash and set the stage...

Technology Focus: NITI Aayog and TIFAC presented a report entitled ‘Predicting Two Wheels of Indian Electric Wheelchairs’

Using a tool developed by NITI Aayog and TIFAC, eight scenarios were designed to analyze the future inflow of two electric wheels into the...

Artificial Intelligence Focus: Relationship between AI with greenhouse gas emissions, and ways to better align AI with climate change goals

As the world struggles with climate change, will increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) be a help or a hindrance? climate change, and public...

Discovery of Fire: Study reveals and reports that the 800,000 years ago fire techniques was present and the traces discovered now using dating methods

They say that when there is smoke, fires are lit, and researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science are working hard to investigate the...

Nature Focus: Mystery of aging of the living organism is revealed by scientist focused on aging in reptiles and amphibians

At 190 years of age, the Seychelles giant tortoise recently made headlines for being "the world's oldest living animal." Although, rare evidence such as...

Defence Technology Focus: Successfully accomplished the ATGM & MBT Arjun trial for lower ranges targets to maximum range

The Indian-developed Laser-Guided Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) was successfully tested from Main Battle Tank (MBT) Arjun by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO)...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the Clinical trials for an mRNA vaccine called ARCoV are under way in China

China is approaching the approval of its first mRNA vaccine to protect people from COVID-19. In a small clinical study, a Chinese vaccine has...

Technology focus: Researchers have developed four-layered mask with life of 5 years using 3D printing technology

Researchers have developed a N95 mask that is reusable, recyclable, washable, odorless, sleepless and anti-microbial N95 using 3D printing technology. The four-layer mask has...

Technology Focus: MeitY and CERT- issued a receipt of requests for the extension of timelines for implementation of Cyber Security Directions

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) operates as a national agency to perform various functions in the online security environment in terms of...

Climate Change Focus: How melting glaciers around the world is posing serious threat to global water resources and it’s all because of climate change

Climate change poses a serious threat to global water resources, and according to researchers, the Tibetan Plains suffer from such extreme water inequality that...

Environment Pollution Focus: How arsenic element in private wells could help to breath more babies at healthy weights, predominantly in rural areas

In the largest epidemiologic study of arsenic and congenital effects to date, researchers from the University of Illinois Chicago and collaborative institutions have measured...

Disaster Focus: What is chemical hazards and how the cases of chemical hazards cases has increased in India in the last decade

A chemical hazard is a (non-biological) substance that has the potential to harm health or well-being. Chemicals are widely used in the home and...

Technology Focus: Union Home Minister Amit Shah said this was the right time to focus on technology and evidence-based investigations to achieve the level...

The Minister of Home Affairs and Cooperation, Shri Amit Shah, held a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs Consultative Committee on "Intelligence...

Space Focus: Astronomers discovered a rocket body heading toward a lunar collision late last year: NASA

Astronomers have discovered a rocket that was visible at the lunar eclipse late last year. The impact occurred on March 4, when NASA's Lunar...

Technology Focus: NASA announced the agency’s first mission designed to study a metal-rich asteroid

NASA announced on Friday the work of the Psyche asteroid, the agency's first mission to study a metal-rich asteroid, will not make its planned...

Economy Focus: New method found of interfacial engineering to enable faster output rates for solid-state lithium batteries

Researchers have reported a new method of interfacial engineering to enable faster output rates for solid-state lithium batteries. They found that nanoscopic resistant metal...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the cases of hepatitis among children remain less in the U.S.A, but emerging of coronavirus impact increased the hepatitis...

In the months since UK doctors voiced their outcry over the mysterious incidence of smallpox that appeared to affect young children, researchers have been...

Space Focus: NASA Sets Live Coverage of CAPSTONE Mission to Moon

NASA will broadcast the live launch of the Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment (CAPSTONE), the first spacecraft to fly a...

Medical Research Focus: scientists have found New Drug Which Can Help Stop Depression, Anxiety, Brain Injury, And Mental Disorders

The preclinical drug works by blocking the kinase Cdk5 found in mature neurons. Cdk5 has long been linked to psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders, but...

Environmental Pollution Focus: Air pollution in India and its impact on human health and agriculture sectors

Air pollution in India is a serious environmental problem. Of the 30 most polluted cities in the world, 21 were in India by 2019....

Shri Rajnath Singh has congratulated DRDO for successfully flight-tested of Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile

Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile (VL-SRSAM) has successfully tested a Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO) aircraft with the Indian Navy...

Mental Health Focus: New study reveals that consistent practice of meditation reduces thalamocortical connection with the sensory regions of brain

The researchers found that constant reflection alters communication between relay channels that capture data from the sensory world to the cerebral cortex of the...

Scientific Discovery Focus: Researcher have discovered the largest bacteria cells ever find in the earth & they are easily visible to the naked eye

Germs usually live their tiny lives in an invisible realm, but now scientists have discovered a marvel the size of a human eyebrow. The...

Space Focus: NASA announced contract and funding on nuclear energy exploration and it possible used in the moons missions

The three companies will demonstrate their ability to use monthly infrastructure using nuclear weapons, under a new joint NASA contract announced on Tuesday (June...

Energy Focus: ONGC Videsh adds one more feather in its cap towards the extensive oil exploration and drilling campaign in Colombia

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is an Indian oil and gas explorer and manufacturer. It is owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and...

Ocean Research Focus: Researchers have examined seawater to find new species of bacteria & natural products that one day prove beneficial

The ocean is teeming with life, from the largest animal ever on earth - the blue whale - to the tiny insects. In addition...

Disaster Focus: The rare climatic events triggered multilayer floods in Southeast Asia:  Weather scientists are   forecasting a third consecutive year of La Niña

The ongoing La Niña event that contributed to floods in eastern Australia and exacerbated the drought in the United States and East Africa is...

Space Focus: Why Scientists still don’t have any clue about Black hole, and why scientific community is queries about know the mystery of Black...

A black hole is nothing but empty space. Instead, it is a large number of objects packed in a very small space - think...

Space Science Focus: The journey of Indian Space Research program in India: Historical facts and major achievements by ISRO

Modern space research in India could be traced back to the 1920s, when scientist S. K. Mitra conducts a series of tests for ionosphere...

Governance Focus: New study uncovers ‘digital poverty’ across North West’s rural communities at the North West England

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Lancaster reveals that 28% of people in the Northwest England are unsure about completing...

Europe Focus: UKs rupture hits the scientific research and British and EU scientists separated forcibly. Scientific community should not take lightly

When Britain left the European Union at the end of January 2020, researchers was reassured that this did not mean leaving the EU research...

Scientific Database focus: The study says that the database is an integral part of any research and researchers always says the database will be...

The majority of health and health researchers who declare their willingness to share data on the back of journal articles do not respond to...

Space Technology Focus: How space technology helped humanity in the field of early warning of weather related disasters and connectivity

Space technology can measure and predict the effects of unforeseen disasters that can threaten both the environment and the population. Atmospheric technology can take...

Science and Technology Focus: NIMHANS has established the association between meditation and proper sleep organization

The researchers found that practitioners of meditation shift from light to deep sleep faster, and their transition time does not increase with age compared...

Technology Focus: Study reveals that Scientist have developed a methodology for producing a electrically conductive polymer that can convert light into a circular polarization...

A scientist from the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences at Tsukuba University developed a method for producing electrically polished polymers with helical configuration....

Space Focus: Young galaxies with an attractive look amazingly matured shortly after the beginning of the universe and Big-Bang

A young galaxy with an attractive, word-of-mouth galaxy A1689-zD1 has a talking galaxy expert. Recent observations indicate that the galaxy, which is considered to...

Space Disaster Focus: International Space Station avoids orbital debris from Russian anti-satellite testing

Part of a spacecraft crash test of Russian anti-satellite weapons forced the International Space Station to move in order to avoid orbital debris on...

Space and Lifestyle focus: NASA tends to collaborate on documentaries and films: Infinity and Beyond

NASA's assets have a far-reaching audience, including those beyond scientists and engineers. Visual aids that include photographs and other video footage, video recording at...

Technology Focus: Two-thirds Apple employees at a store in Towson, Md., Voted to join the union

Apple employees at a store in the Baltimore area voted to form a union, making it the first time in more than 270 company...

Ageing of humans is long-lasting problem which, Scientist are Working on. Why it became a big problem for humans

The population grows rapidly, the proportion of people under the age of 20 over the age of 65 declines, from 9.3 in 1950 to...

Space Science Focus: A European space mission planning to stalk a comet from outside of the solar system

The European Space Agency (ESA) has approved a new campaign, called Comr Interceptor, which will launch it without any specific purpose in mind -...

Space Focus: A surprisingly large black hole devours the earth’s size every second

Astronomers have discovered the brightest, fastest-growing black hole that ever existed 9 billion years ago. The largest cosmic business is 3 billion times larger...

Watch Space X launch a German military satellite, a land rocket on Saturday

Space X plans to launch a German military satellite and launch a return rocket on Saturday morning (June 18), and you can watch live...

Science and Technology Focus: MoU Signed Between Indian Navy and NCMRWF

The National Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF), the Department of Earth Sciences, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Navy,...

Disaster Focus: Australia’s new climate promise meets the reality of mining

Floods, fires and droughts in Australia are trying to improve their climate through climate change, but relying on fossil fuels could hamper the country's...

Scientific Bibliography Focus: The Chinese researchers sustained in publishing research articles: Nature Index Annual Tables 2022

The results of the Chinese study enjoyed something good last year. The operation of Jiangsu University is a good example. The campus is located...

Animal life focus: the recent study claims that the polar bear is a beautiful animal, a population of polar bear discovered it can survive...

Lots of bears have been found in the southeastern part of Greenland1, which has no ice at sea most of the year. White bears...

Digital Security Focus: Spyware software in the world and how does spyware work? Threat to digital space

What is spyware& how does it work? Spyware is a type of malware program that monitors and monitors your device and internet activity for the...

Geopolitics Focus: NATO contributors to the West’s support for Ukraine: Australian Prime Minister to attend NATO summit

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Friday said he would attend a "significant" NATO summit in Madrid later this month as the United States-led...

Culture Focus: The first female scientist statue displays celebrated by astronomers in Italy

Astronomer Margherita Hack became the first female scientist to be honored with a public statue in Italy. Hack, born in 1922 and died in...

Extra-planetary Exploration Focus: Partner Establish a New Research Team for the Mars Sample Recovery Program: NASA

NASA and ESA (European Space Agency), partnering with the Mars Sample Return Program, have established a new team of researchers to develop the scientific...

Space Focus: Update on NASA’s TROPICS-1 Mission: NASA

Although we are disappointed with the loss of two TROPICS CubeSats, these devices are part of NASA's Earth venture program, which offers low cost,...

Science Focus: The Earthquake early warning system can be simulated by experimental framework in the field of fluid dynamics

A team of researchers have developed a novel experimental framework system in the field of fluid dynamics to explain the deformation in disordered soft...

Digital Focus: No ads promoting online betting and gambling in India and the betting may poses significant financial, socio-economic risk to the consumers’: An...

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued an advisory to print, electronic and digital media to refrain from advertising online betting platforms. The advisory...

Space Focus: Binary super massive black hole discovered in a system which could be site of future gravitational waves detection

A binary super massive black hole in a system has been discovered by an international collaboration of astronomers, which will be a strong aspirant...

Digital Communication Focus: Cloud Services and Advance Digital Transformation improving governance and helping govt. manage  the assets

Cloud services play an important role in accelerating digital transformation and delivering significant social services. During the COVID-19 epidemic, cloud resources proved to be...

Space Focus: A unique Liquid Mirror Telescope to study the mercury is open its eye in India

A unique telescope that focuses light on a slightly rotating liquid mercury instead of a solid mirror opens its eye to the sky above...

Space Focus:NASA’s celebrates 10 years of NuSTAR Mission which is studying the X-Ray Universe

NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) covers 10 years. Launched on June 13, 2012, this space shuttle detects intense X ray light and explores...

Space and Disaster Focus: NASA is planning to launch six Surveillance Satellites to monitor  Tropical Storm and for disaster management

NASA unveiled two of the six satellites before June 12 that will study the formation and development of tropical cyclones almost every hour -...

Technology Focus: BIS has undertaken several initiatives to fast-track the formulation and harmonization

The Ministry Of textiles in collaboration with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) has organized the 5th National Conclave of...

Technology Focus: WTO reforms must strengthen the fundamental principles

During the COVID-19 violence, digitalization has emerged as a major driver of global economic growth. Recognizing that Digital Economy is critical to innovation, business...

Cyber Attack Focus: Automated can protect computer hardware’s from cyber attacks and malwares viruses

Payment transactions, business secrets, documents that are important to national security today, the most important secrets in the world are usually no longer kept...

Digital Revolution Focus: Mobiles application developed by researchers explore behavioral issues

An app that makes a game on solving integrity research issues has been downloaded by thousands of people since its launch in 2020. The...

World of Virtual reality: Digital transformation form physical to digital era

Digital conversion involves the use of digital technology to redesign a process to make it more efficient or effective. The idea is to use...

Research Focus: Research found depletion of big fish populations by 90% and destruction of 50% of coral reefs

Minister of State (Independent) Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Payment) Earth Science; MoS PMO, Workers, Public Complaints, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space,...

Climate Change Focus: FEMA has released the Comprehensive Climate Action Guide on adaptation services and mitigate the effects of climate change: NASA

NASA and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have issued guidelines that provide adaptation services and mitigate the effects of climate change. The guide,...

Technology Focus: The government of India promotes and accelerates the development of biotechnology in India

The Department of Biological Sciences (DBT) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have renewed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), signed earlier in 2012,...

Science Focus: The study reveals that how important the Freeze water network in protein-ligand interactions

Cryogenic (frozen) protein structures are central to understanding the function and development of drugs. Scientists from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has developed an...

Space Focus: The study reveals how the gravitational waves help to discover new particles around black holes

Clouds of ultralight particles can form around dark circular holes. A team of physicists from the University of Amsterdam and Harvard University now suggests...

Energy Focus: India’s commitment to achieving 500 GW of Non-fossil fuel by 2030

In order to accelerate our renewable energy systems, with the ultimate goal of ensuring affordable, reliable, sustainable and green energy for all, the Green...

Technology Focus: The Geospatial Self Certification Portal was launched under the egis of Prime Minister

In what could be called a major step in liberating the Geospatial Industry in India, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) has launched...

Schools in remote areas of Tamil Nadu, now accessing some of the best quality digital resources

Smart boards and videos can be a nightmare for urban high school students and low facilities. But such dreams have come true for the...

Space Focus: Scientists are exploring the cosmic world and what happened nearly 200 million years ago.

 For about 100 million years in the first universe, from about 380,000 years after the great eruption, the universe was completely black. Then, stars...

Space Focus: Scientists are simulating “time machines” to visualize the life cycle of ancestors galaxies

The imitation of the universe is important in examining how the universe came to be in the present system of things, but many do...

Successful training for the launch of the Intermediate Range missile

A Successful training for the launch of the Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile, Agni-4, was conducted approximately 1930 hours on June 06, 2022 from APJ...

Digital Research Focus: The online preprint repository has been developed by Japan to boost the research and is available for global use

Japan has become the latest country to open a database of pre-print online, in an effort to improve exposure to international research. But so...

Emerging Technology Focus: Express-VPN Removes India-Based Servers, Says New Institutional Rules ‘Reduce Internet Freedom’

New Indian government rules for VPN providers (virtual private network) want their first victim. Well-known company ExpressVPN has announced that it will remove all...

Space Focus: Venus rose like the morning star: Picture of Astronomy Day

On the 27th of May Venus rose like the morning star, close to the waning moon in the morning sky already filled with planets....

Ecosystem Focus: Ancient marine floors could be used in search of essential minerals

Researchers at the University of Queensland led a joint study examining seafood in eastern Australia and central Asia and then applied the method of...

Space Focus: NASA Selects New Artemis Science Essential For The Moon

Adding to the growing list of commercial delivery plans planned for more than a month under Artemis, NASA has selected two new scientific tool...

Space Focus: NASA’s Perseverance rover embarks on an important search for survival on Mars

More than fifteen months after arriving at Jezero Crater on Mars, NASA's Perseverance rover has begun searching for ancient life in earnest.On the 28th...

Technology Focus: Improved Design and Construction of New Delhi Convention Center with BIM

According to a Deloitte report, the AEC industry is expected to resume in 2022 from the decline caused by the economic downturn caused by...

World Focus: China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway begins construction in 2023: Kyrgyz president tells local media

While China has been operating more than 1,000 XNUMX China-Europe Railway Express trains for 24 consecutive months, with some new routes being added, the...

Science Focus: The Laws of Physics: Time Crystals “Impossible” But Listen to Quantum Physics

Scientists have developed the first two-dimensional system of "time-crystal" bodies in experiments that seem to bend the laws of physics. Time crystals have long...

Technology Focus: Research is exploring how to eliminate the visible waiting room for telemedicine

Suppose, your visible visit with your doctor is 1:00 p.m. Time now 1:20 p.m. and your doctor has not yet come in. Do you...

Technology Focus: The AI ​​revolution will continue to grow and India will become a global AI platform in the next decade

June 1, 2022, 2nd day of WSIS 2022, Shri Devusinh Chauhan, Minister of State for Communications, participated in the Ministerial Cycle Conference on ICT...

Science Focus: Research analysts include tectonic connections at the northeast corner of the Indian plate and the massive earthquake of Assam

Researchers have tracked the massive Assam earthquake on the complex northeast tectonics of the North East Indian Plate in the Eastern Himalayas and the...

Technology Focus: Software-enabled software accelerates drug discovery

Despite the steady increase in R&D spending, the five-year average of new drugs approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) remains stubborn...

Economy Focus: GST assortment crosses ₹1.40 lakh crore marks for May 2022, fourth time since origin of GST; third month at a stretch since...

The gross GST income gathered in the period of May 2022 is ₹1,40,885 crore of which CGST is ₹25,036 crore, SGST is ₹32,001 crore,...

Technology Focus: New Laser Breakthrough for Gravitational Waves Will Test the Fundamental Limits of General Relativity

Researchers have made a proof-of-idea arrangement of another laser eigenmode sensor that proposals more than 1,000 times the responsiveness. Subsequent to making an interpretation...

Technology Focus: Why is Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) so important to the national security?

The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war has highlighted the importance of a strong PNT for national security and security. It has opened the door to chat...

Energy Focus: The New Synthetic Enzyme Demonstrates the Power of a New Renewable Energy Source

A new Synthetic enzyme has been shown to chew lignin, a solid polymer that helps woody plants maintain their structure. Lignin also retains a...

Space Focus: NASA Supports Small Business Research to Explore the Future of Energy

NASA has selected hundreds of small businesses and numerous research institutes to develop technology to help drive the future of space exploration, from novel...

Technology Focus: Machine learning helps predict new items of nano alloys, semiconductors and the unusual earth

Scientists have used machine learning to create a design map of alloys in nanoscale that can help predict the similarity of metal pairs that...

Supercomputer established under Section two of the National Supercomputing Mission to Facilitate Computational Research

PARAM ANANTA, a state-of-the-art Supercomputer at IIT Gandhinagar awarded nationally under the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM) - a joint program of the Ministry of...

Turkey tells U.S. that it seeks ‘concrete steps’ from Finland, Sweden with NATO bids

Turkey expects Sweden and Finland to take firm action and suspend their support for terrorist groups so that Ankara can withdraw its opposition to...

Research Focus: The quantity of analysts with dual affiliations US-China is falling

The quantity of researchers who proclaim affiliations in both China and the United States on research papers has dropped by over 20% throughout the...

Technology Focus: A quarter of Internet users in the world rely on attack-based infrastructure

About a quarter of the world's Internet users live in high-risk countries than previously thought to target attacks on their internet infrastructure. Many high-risk...

Space Focus: Large black holes inside mortal galaxies were found throughout the original space

An international team of astronomers used a database of world-class telescopes, including the Subaru Telescope, to locate signals from the largest black holes in...

Fragments of a dying comet may indicate an excellent display – or pass without following a trail

As the Earth revolves around the sun, it grows in the dust and debris left behind by comets and asteroids. That debris produces meteor...

Geology from 50 Light-Years: James Webb Telescope is Ready to Study Rocky Worlds

With its mirror parts properly aligned with its adjustable scientific equipment, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is just a few weeks away from fully...

Science Focus: Mother Earth Will Endly Be ‘Conflict’ by Human Activity: Scientists

New research sheds light on the fact that humans may not only be warming the Earth but, rather, are making the planet's climate more...

The use of cross-cutting technologies to increase the productivity of the coal and mineral products can feed the India’s future needs

The Department of Coal has organized the National Mineral Congress in Bhubaneswar today with the support of the Power Ministry, Ministry of Steel and...

Technology Focus: Technology Innovation Hub paves the way for India’s future successes the Key techs IoTs and Blockchain

A surveillance system installed at the headquarters of the National Highways Authority of India in Dwarka keeps track of the health of all computers...

Science Focus: Scientists exploring to get monopole magnets by combining cosmic rays with particle accelerators

Some of the world's most powerful particle surfaces have helped researchers draw new precursors for the existence of long-magnetic monopoly from the collision of...

Space Focus: How the density of satellite system in space may poses the threat to astronomical research

It has been three years since SpaceX, a space company in Hawthorne, California launched its first set of Starlink Internet-communication satellites, causing astronomers to...

Research Focus: How the revamped Large Hadron Collider (LHC) can provide the new insights of elementary particles of Universe Building Blocks (UBB) and new...

The hunt for new physics is back. The world's most powerful chemical crushing machine, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has emerged after being closed...

Highly Effective 1-Sun Solar Cell created to generate Renewable Energy: US National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers they created a solar cell with an efficient record of 39.5%...

Space Research: NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is reaching a new milestone to explore mysterious Universe

Completing the nearly 30-year-old race, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope rated more than 40 "milepost markers" of space and time to help scientists accurately measure...

NASA’s Webb Program Director Named to TIME100 List

he top of NASA's biggest space science mission has been named one of the most compelling individuals on the planet by TIME. NASA's James...

Energy Focus: NASA-funded Solar Sail research can reach Scientific inventions into New Heights

As NASA's investigation keeps on pushing limits, another sun oriented sail idea chose by the office for improvement toward an exhibit mission could convey...

Energy used in soft-spoken robots and micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) devices

Scientists have developed an ingenious way of responding to light by converting light into energy. This can be useful in harnessing the energy used...

PARAM PORUL Supercomputer unlocked at NIT : Tiruchirappalli

PARAM PORUL, a state-of-the-art Supercomputer at NIT Tiruchirappalli awarded nationally under the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM) - a joint initiative of the Ministry of...

The ghostly “mirror world” may be a source of controversy throughout the universe

The challenge is to do so without compromising the agreement between conventional model predictions and many other cosmological phenomena, such as the cosmic microwave...

Wealthy nations dictate the land and its resources – and they leave other lands behind

Satellites help to use the Internet and television and are part of the Global Positioning System. They allow you to predict modern weather, help...

NASA is exhibiting plans to launch a spacecraft to Mars for 30 days

The organization aims its 30-day, two-day trip to Mars on Tuesday (May 17) and called on the public to provide feedback on how the...

Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions will soon make Indian roads a safer place to drive

A unique AI system that uses AI predictive capabilities to detect road accidents, as well as a collision warning system to convey timely warnings...

Glass and energy transformation: Thanks to stable electricity generation,  How to change the gain of solar heat?

The idea is to control the solar gain by rotating the horizontal glass windows, that is, to adjust the glass-azimuth regardless of the shape...

Fragments of the Planet Mercury may be hidden in the Earth

Mercury is absurd. It is a mysterious rock hunk with a structure unlike the surrounding stone planets.“It's too crowded,” said David Rothery, an astronomer...

Within two centuries humans could become interplanetary species: Claimed by physicists

Our species are facing an important moment in human history. Either, we are developing technologies to safely use the energy needed to flee our...

COVID-19 pandemic globally disrupted the Earth’s Ecosystem and hurts the Biodiversity: Study reveals

Researchers are increasingly concerned that the earth will be left two years later in the process of finalizing a new global framework for biodiversity...

World’s first pig’s kidney transplanted into humans: what scientists think?

Genetically modified organisms appear to be active for more than two days but some researchers doubt that the test was beneficial.Kidney transplants from genes...

Study Reveals: A cosmic collision could have created two galaxies that don’t contain the mysterious substance

Researchers say a cosmic collision could have created two galaxies that don’t contain the mysterious substance — but others cast doubt on the claim....

Atomic physical science and outrageous conditions of astronomical blasts

These heavenly occasions assist with fashioning the universe's substance components, and Spartans investigated their tendency with an extreme isotope pillar and a custom exploratory...

Satellite observing of biodiversity moves reachable

Universally practically identical information on biodiversity is expected to safeguard compromised biological systems, reestablish annihilated environments and check the adverse consequences of worldwide biodiversity...

Hubble Reaches New Milestone in Mystery of Universe’s Expansion Rate

Finishing an almost 30-year long distance race, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has adjusted more than 40 "milepost markers" of existence to assist scientists with...

Is this the Future of the Milky Way?

Take a good look at the latest image courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope. It shows an elliptical galaxy called NGC 474 about 100...

NASA, Partners Offers Global Vision for Environmental Change

Continuing the partnership that produced the COVID-19 Earth Observing Dashboard by 2020, NASA and its international partners in Europe and Japan have combined the...

Are we in a chaotic universe? Find out with All About Space magazine

All About Space issue 130 takes a deep dive into chaos theory, looks at the problems with space junk and explores why the sun's...

China will launch a large space telescope in 2023 to investigate distant galaxies

China seeks to launch its first large telescope in late 2023 to explore the sky, bring new information about distant galaxies, and unravel the...

More than 55 Beginners registered with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

More than 55 Startups have registered with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Department of Space, almost two years since the Indian Space Department...

HANSA-NG Aircraft successfully completed the Engine Relight Aviation test

HANSA-NG 2 Aeronautical pilot Aircraft, Design & Developed by CSIR-NAL, successfully completed aircraft engine lighting test at DRDO's Aeronautical Test Range (ATR), Challakere on...

NASA’s InSight Continues to Hunt Mars quakes as Energy Levels Decline

NASA's InSight Mars lander is slowly declining and is expected to complete its scientific performance later this summer. In December, the InSight team expected...

NASA Telescopes Supports Horizon Telescope Event in Reading Milky Way’s Black Hole

As the Event Horizon Telescope collects data for its remarkable new image of the Milky Way's largest black hole, an army of other telescopes,...

The new little device adds momentum to IVF success

A team of researchers led by the University of Adelaide, in collaboration with medical technology company Fertilis, has introduced a low-cost device to guide...

New research shows limited water circulation toward the end of Mars’ history

In a puff of smoke, the NASA spacecraft Perseverance flew parachute into the dusty Mars in February 2021. For several years, a car would...

The Prehistoric Planet ‘combines the science and special effects of Hollywood

What would happen if you could put Sir David Attenborough and the expert team of wildlife filmmakers into a timeline and set the dial...

Discover the cosmos! Our fascinating universe is included, along with a brief description by an astronomer

There is a black hole in the middle of the Milky Way. Stars are considered to be in orbit around the largest and most...

Cosmic rays can help keep the earth’s clocks aligned

The earth has a fixed, precise timing system that controls our clocks. Mankind uses everything we do, from our financial systems to satellite navigation,...

Scientists Discover Rare Snake Fossil Nearly 35 Million Years Old From Ladakh Himalaya

Scientists have reported for the first time the discovery of the fossil of a Madtsoiidae snake from the molasse deposits of the Ladakh Himalayas,...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is almost ready for science

Days pass before NASA's new observatory shows us the atmosphere as we have never seen it before. The James Webb Space Telescope operates in...

DARPA ‘Glide Breaker’ program for hypersonic missile interceptor enters new phase

US military proposal to detonate hypersonic weapons in space is entering a new phase.The system, a "hypersonic defense interceptor" program called Glide Breaker, aims...

There is a combination of very large black holes, a new way to measure space

Three years ago, the first black hole image surprised the world. A hollow black hole sealed with a glowing light ring. That iconic image...

China has announced its new flagship space telescope project

Remote galaxies, black objects, dark forces, and the origin and evolution of the universe are some of the many scientific objectives of the recently...

DST needs to invest in all sectors that contribute to new and emerging challenges such as climate change:  Remarks by Secretary-DST

The 51st anniversary of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) sets the stage for the launch of the Department's mission and paves the...

The first 2022 lunar eclipse may occur on May 15 and 16, depending on your time zone.

The total eclipse of the moon, which occurs when the full moon enters the deep shadow of the Earth's umbrella, will be reflected in...

Dust Avalanche observed on Mars:scientists

For decades scientists have observed a series of catastrophic landslides called slope streaks on Mars. Viking orbiters first appeared in the 1970s, all orbiter...

RSC conducting a campaign to draw attention to non-stop mining of all consumer electronic technology

The recycling of e-waste must be intensified because digging up Earth to find precious metals to make new gadgets is not easy, say scientists.One...

New research provides the insights into the Formation of the Mother Land Earth

A new study, conducted by scientists at the University of New Mexico, found that the old helium-3, which leaked to the Earth's core, suggests...

Upgrade power with the latest technology in border areas: Raksha Mantri

RakshaMantri Shri Rajnath Singh has called on the Border Roads Organization (BRO) to continue to develop its capabilities through state-of-the-art technology and strive to...

Scientists see quantum speed in terms of efficiency

The study was led by Mikhail Lukin, George VasmerLeverett Harvard Physics Professor and Harvard Quantum Initiative director Markus Greiner, George VasmerLeverett Physics Professor, and...

A new 225-year-old reptile found in Brazil

Researchers from the National Museum / UFRJ, Federal University of Santa Maria, Catalan Institute of Paleontology, Regional University of Cariri, Federal University of Pampa,...

NASA’s SpaceX Crew-3 Scientific Journey to the International Space Station

After more than six months at the International Space Station, NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 missiles returned home. Members of the four crew - NASA astronauts...

NASA & ESA Astronauts Return to Earth Safely

NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts aboard the Dragon Endurance spacecraft dispersed safely on Friday in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida, completing...

India emerged as a leading scientific coalition world’s first DNA-based vaccine :Dr. Jitendra Singh

UnionMinister of State (Independent) Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Payment) Earth Science; MoS PMO, Workers, Public Complaints, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space,...

Reviewed the status of import of coal for blending in the thermal power plants with the States

Shri. R.K. Singh, Union Minister of Power and  NRE has reviewed the status of coal imports for integration into the global energy and energy...

Scientists have discovered a reservoir hidden in the Antarctic: It is large enough to submerge the Statue of Unity

Scientists have discovered an abundance of water hidden in the Antarctic ice sheet that could improve our understanding of how it could affect ocean...

The Moon absorbs the Earth’s water, and the scientist discovers a unique Lunar Source

As humans plan to return to the Moon, their mission partners have already explored the moon's surface, made its topography and geological features, and...

Restoring Wetlands: Bio-geomorphic response to regenerate Biotic Carbon dioxide

Wetlands contribute equally to global carbon dioxide emissions. However, the ability of carbon dioxide reserves depends on the interaction between plants and geomorphology that...

Domestic fuel prices surged to record level in Philippine, Consumers Use App to Counter Record Retail Fuel Prices

Philippine motorcycle enthusiast John Aldwin Bagabagon rides easier than many other local motorcyclists and riders this year as domestic petrol prices rise to record...

Scientists are developing a new model for measuring the density of homogeneity in the solar corona

Scientists have developed a new theoretical model for measuring congestion in the solar corona produced by a disorder in the electric fluid, a magnetic...

Scientist founds the Experimental process that can lead to confirm the existence of Fifth State of Matter: It can Change laws in Physics as...

An experiment has been designed that could confirm the fifth state of matter in the universe and change physics as we know it. If...

NASA Simulation models reveals that some Volcanic Eruption adding in Earth Global Warming and destroys Ozone layers

New NASA meteorological observations suggest that a massive volcanic eruption called “flood basalt eruptions” could dramatically warm the Earth's climate and destroy the ozone...

DrJitendra Singh invites Germany to Use Indian technology as one of the leading Tsunami Service Providers (TSP)  in the world

India today reaffirmed its commitment to environmental and climate issues and reiterated the launch of the National Hydrogen Energy Mission and several such efforts...

Met Department said thunderstorms and strong winds could be seen in northwestern India

Some relief from the expected heat as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a ‘decrease’ in temperature wave conditions in many parts of...

Next stop, Uranus? Cold planet is at the forefront of NASA’s next major mission

The previously neglected planet Uranus may have received a visitor for the first time in decades. NASA should launch a massive space research campaign,...

The Ministry of Electronics & IT announced Scheme for Promotion of Semiconductor Eco-System in India, Rs 76,000 Crores

Following Semicon India 2022 hosted in Bengaluru from 29 April to 1 May 2022 by the Department of Electricity and IT and the recently...

From seawater to drinking water, at the press of a button

MIT researchers have developed a portable salt extraction unit, weighing less than 10 pounds , which can extract particles and salts to produce drinking...

Climate change may trigger the next epidemic, according to a new study

In the study, scientists conducted a first comprehensive study of how Climate change will reorganize the virome of mammals worldwide. The work focuses on...