HomeScience & Tech

Science & Tech

Scientists discover new species of microalgae from DNA samples at Tokyo University Medakamo

 A completely new type of microalgae was discovered in the water from the home aquarium. Analyzing DNA samples taken from the algae, scientists from...

NASA and ESA are developing a Time framework called “LunaNet”, Moon will soon have its own “time”: Study says

The coming decade will see a resurgence in lunar exploration including dozens of missions and plans to establish permanent lunar bases. The endeavors present...

The asteroid will pass about 10 times closer to Earth than the orbit of geosynchronous satellites

On Thursday, January 26, a small near-Earth asteroid will have a very close encounter with our planet. The asteroid, designated 2023 BU, will pass...

NASA’s new safety system allows the launch of the rocket laboratory from the wallops

NASA's revolutionary flight safety system enabled a new era of space transportation with the successful January 24 flight of Rocket Lab USA's Electron rocket...

NASA and DARPA will partner in the Demonstration Rocket for Agile Cislunar Operations

NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced a collaboration on Tuesday to demonstrate a nuclear thermal rocket engine in space, enabling...

NASA Search and Rescue: Rescuing Earth Explorers and Enabling Exploration

In 2022, search and rescue technologies developed by NASA enabled first responders to save 397 lives in the US region. Since 1979, NASA has...

NASA offers total cash reward of $30,000 for detection of toxic algal blooms

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is offering financial rewards of $30,000 for the detection of harmful algal blooms in photographs taken...

More than 90 fossil nests belonging to India’s largest dinosaurs have been discovered

Scientists have discovered 92 nest sites containing a total of 256 fossil eggs in the Narmada Valley in central India belonging to titanosaurs, which...

INS Vagir: Indigenously built submarine inducted to Indian Navybuilt by the Kalvari class

INS Vagir, a submarine made of today's indigenous technology, has been included in the Navy of our country. This submarine is dangerous for the...

NASA nearly 33yearold observatory still has plenty of cuttingedge scienceand astronomers want to extend its lifespan

As soon as the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) began operating last year, the comparisons began. Astronomers and others have posted side-by-side images online...

Detailed radio observations reveal previously unseen remnants of dying stars in Galaxy

Astronomers have discovered the remains of nearly two dozen exploding stars in the Milky Way thanks to detailed radio observations that could reveal many...

NASA’s JAXA Geotail spacecraft mission ends after 30 years

After 30 years in orbit, missions for the joint NASA-JAXA Geotail spacecraft have ended after the spacecraft's remaining data recorder failed. Since its launch...

Scientists find Meteorites in Antarctica could explain how Earth was formed

Scientists have found meteorites deep in Antarctica that could provide answers to how the Earth formed billions of years ago. One of the meteorites...

NASA announced award to the Boeing Company for agency’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project

NASA announced Wednesday it has issued an award to The Boeing Company for the agency’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project, which seeks to inform a...

Scientific Experiment: Scientist claimed Lightning protection is possible using technology and laser beam changes direction of lightning

You have remembered NASA's Dart mission, by which the direction of the asteroid weighing 500 crore kg from the spacecraft, which was coming towards...

NASA summarizes Webb Telescope findings from AAS meeting

Scientists shared new findings and updates from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, also called "Webb" or "JWST," at press conferences during the 241st meeting...

Flares on the Sun could help scientists predict solar flares

In the sun's blazing upper atmosphere, a team of scientists has found new clues that could help predict when and where the next solar...

IISc researchers create energy efficient computing platform that’s 47 times more energy efficient & 93 times faster speed

The Center for Nanoscience and Engineering (CeNSE) at IISc has developed a framework for energy-efficient computing that holds promise for the development of next-generation...

ISRO postpones India’s Venus mission till 2031

P. Sreekumar, Satish Dhawan Professor at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and advisor to its space science programme, said that ISRO has not...

NASA’s First Human Mission Artemis III to the Moon’s South Pole

Humans have always been drawn to explore, discover and learn as much as possible about the world and worlds around us. It's not always...

NASA is creating a tool to predict the noise of supersonic jets at launch

NASA researchers recently conducted a series of flights to record the sound of jet engines with the goal of using the data to predict...

Electric Speed Boat: world’s first electric boat that runs above the water

In the recent time, use of waterways for transportation and cargo distribution has become a great need for every country. In this transportation big...

American scientists find last year was the fifth warmest in history as climate change continued to raise temperatures

Last year was the world's fifth-warmest year on record combined, and the past nine years were the nine warmest since pre-industrial times, as climate...

Astronomers found 208 stars, the most distant of which is 1.08 million light years from Earth

Astronomers have discovered a group of stars farther from Earth than any known in our own galaxy almost halfway to a neighboring galaxy in...

Mystery of Joshimath subsidence zone: NRSC Scientists presents satellite Based results and observations

Over the last few days, several media reports have highlighted about the subsidence issues that are occurring at Joshimath. Due to landslide-related creep, cracks...

2022 record year for space launches: 180 rockets successfully launchedwith SpaceX pacing the pace

2022 was a record year for space with 180 successful rocket launches into orbit – the most on record and 44 more than in...

When Science Fiction Meets Mythology: Search for Transcendence

Writer Manini Priyan has always wanted to write about familiar mythological characters set in a new context of the universe, and in her debut...

Polar Research Focus: Arctic and Antarctic regions Comparisons & Similarities North Pole v South Pole opposite poles of the earth

There are seven continents in the world, one of them is Antarctica. This is the coldest place on earth. There is another such place...

Astronomers find most distant stars in our galaxy with  Canada France Hawaii telescope beyond Milky Way

Astronomers have discovered more than 200 distant variable stars known as RR Lyrae stars in the Milky Way's star hall. The most distant of...

India successfully test fired Prithvi-II ballistic missile in Odisha

India on Tuesday successfully test fired the Prithvi-II tactical ballistic missile from a test range off the Odisha coast. The Prithvi-II missile has a...

NASA satellite fell harmlessly out of the sky over Alaska after 40 years in space

After nearly 40 years circling Earth, a retired NASA science satellite has harmlessly plunged through the atmosphere off the coast of Alaska, NASA announced...

Scientists reporting : Historic first British rocket mission ends failure in orbit

An attempt to launch the first rocket into orbit from British soil failed on Tuesday, with scientists reporting an "anomaly" as it neared its...

Researchers suggest how brain games predict risk of stress, fatigue and poor sleep

If your alertness and reaction speed fluctuate more than usual, you may be more susceptible to a viral illness. The study was led by...

Scientists investigating Lithiumsulfur batteries are one step closer to powering future

Batteries are everywhere in everyday life, from mobile phones and smart watches to the growing number of electric vehicles. Most of these devices use...

Researchers are using body to harvest waste energy to power wearable devices

While you may be just beginning to reap the benefits of 5G wireless technology, researchers around the world are already hard at work on...

India’s Space Success Story: Journey of ISRO since independence and How ISRO came into picture and done many major works since 1962

The country became independent in 1947, there were many big challenges in front of the country, one of which was that we could not...

Space Focus: NASA’s Vigoride-5 satellite may run through water-based batteries and will be installed at Earths lower orbit

SpaceX, through its Transporter-6 Mission, has installed a water-flying satellite made by American private space company Momentus Inc. in a designated orbit in space....

Research Focus: Scientists invented new method to create much stronger interactions between photons and electrons

Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have come up with an innovative way to enable much stronger interactions between photons and electrons, in a process...

Most powerful explosions of distant supermassive black hole has ever seen

Astronomers have observed the effect of a distant feeding black hole spewing enormous amounts of energy and blowing huge cosmic bubbles into the surrounding...

Venus transiting Saturn, comet & Moon to be visible in the sky during January

The US space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shared a complete list of all the important astronomical events held in January,...

Scientists make new water filter quickly removes 99.9 percent of microplastics

Scientists have developed a new water purification system that can filter out small plastic particles and other pollutants very quickly and with high efficiency....

NASA’s Juno spacecraft is recovering its memory after download interruption by December flyby of Jupiter

NASA's Juno probe continues to restore memory on Jupiter after a data outage disrupted communications between the spacecraft and its operators on Earth following...

Mirror image molecules reveal drought stress in forests and scientists use isotopically labeled CO2 to track photosynthetic carbon

Similar to pinene, several monoterpenes can be found in alpha-pinene and  alpha-pinene, which are mirror images of each other. Both of these volatile compounds...

New study shows blocking key molecule called DUSP6 in transition pathway prevents disease progression

Researchers have identified an important transition point in the shift from chronic to aggressive blood cancer by conducting experiments in mice, which the study...

What is Gene editing technology, Will ‘Birthpod’ be based on Gene-editing technology “EctoLife”

In recent times, Scientific Community is under discussion on gene editing technology , birthpod, Artificial Womb Facility is in full swing. In this article...

SpaceX is ready for Israeli reconnaissance satellite last launch of 2022 and you can watch it live online tonight

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will send Israel's Earth-imaging satellite into space overnight early Friday morning (Dec. 30), and you can watch it online for...

Neuroscientists has developed test to detect new marker of Alzheimer’s disease neurodegeneration in a blood sample

A group of neuroscientists led by a researcher from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has developed a test to detect a new...

Researchers developed new cost effective sensor that can detect toxic chemicals such as formalin in food samples

Researchers have developed a new cost-effective sensor that can detect toxic chemicals such as formalin in food samples such as canned meat, fish and...

Cerebral brain eating amoeba causes “primary amoebic meningoencephalitis” (PAM), which is widely considered fatal

A South Korean man who returned from Thailand died of an infection caused by Naegleria fowleri a "brain-eating" amoeba commonly found in warm freshwater...

Brown algae outcompete terrestrial forests to remove large amounts of CO2 from the global cycle

When it comes to absorbing carbon dioxide from the air, brown algae are true miracle plants. They even surpass terrestrial forests in this, and...

Space telescope search the most difficult to find asteroids and comets that stray into Earth’s orbital

A space telescope designed to search for the most difficult-to-find asteroids and comets that stray into Earth's orbital vicinity, NASA's Near-Earth Object Surveyor (NEO...

NASA telescopes recently observed a massive black hole tearing apart an unfortunate star close

Several NASA telescopes recently observed a massive black hole tearing apart an unfortunate star that wandered too close. Located about 250 million light-years from...

A non-exclusive SpaceX study of Hubble Space Telescope reboost options is underway: NASA

A non-exclusive SpaceX study of Hubble Space Telescope reboost options is underway. On Thursday, December 22, 2022, NASA issued a request for information to...

Several stellar discoveries by the 40 inch telescope at the Vainu Bappu Observatory in Tamil Nadu

Several stellar discoveries by the 40-inch telescope at the Vainu Bappu Observatory in Kavalur, Tamil Nadu, were highlighted during the celebration of 50 years...

The Death of a Star: Kepler-1658b orbits its aging star; likely to crash in 2.5 million years

For the first time, scientists have seen a planet hurtling toward its doom. Kepler-1658b, which is about 1,050 light-years from Earth, is spiraling toward...

Scientists have completed the longest-ever study of temperatures in Jupiter’s upper troposphere

Scientists have completed the longest-ever study of temperatures in Jupiter's upper troposphere, the layer of the atmosphere where the giant planet's weather occurs and...

NASA’s spacecraft exploring the solar system and Earth to send back essential science data to make discoveries

NASA's Near Space Network enables spacecraft exploring the solar system and Earth to send back essential science data for researchers and scientists to explore...

Astronomers have identified for the first time a planet spiraling toward a cataclysmic collision with the aging Sun

Astronomers have identified for the first time a planet spiraling toward a cataclysmic collision with the aging Sun, potentially offering a glimpse of how...

Investigate reports of UFOs has so far yielded no evidence to suggest aliens have visited or crash landed on Earth

A new push by the Pentagon to investigate reports of UFOs has so far yielded no evidence to suggest aliens have visited or crash...

Recent study said Human bipedalism may have evolved in trees rather than on land

According to a recent study, human bipedalism – walking upright on two legs – may have evolved in trees rather than in more open...

NASA’s BioSentinel has carried living organisms farther from Earth than ever before more than one million miles

NASA's BioSentinel has carried living organisms farther from Earth than ever before—more than one million miles. On board the shoebox-sized CubeSat are microorganisms in...

Scientists used NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope to image NGC 6956 to study its Cepheid variable stars

Against an inky black background, the blue swirls of spiral galaxy NGC 6956 stand out brilliantly. NGC 6956 is a barred spiral galaxy, a...

A new exoplanet Kepler-138c and Kepler-138d observed by using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope

Piaulet and colleagues observed the exoplanets Kepler-138c and Kepler-138d using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the retired Spitzer Space Telescope and found that the...

Astronomers have conducted the most extensive study to date of how magnetically active stars

Astronomers have conducted the most extensive study to date of how magnetically active stars are when they are young. This gives scientists a window...

S Jaishankar took a tacit swipe at Pakistan and China while addressing the UN Security Council

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday took a tacit swipe at Pakistan and China while addressing the UN Security Council on reforming multilateral...

NASA’s Juno mission is scheduled to acquire images of the Jovian moon

NASA's Juno mission is scheduled to acquire images of the Jovian moon on Dec. 15 as part of its ongoing exploration of Jupiter's inner...

NASA new project on investigate how the oceans absorb atmospheric heat and carbon dioxide in a natural process

A major Earth science project to conduct a comprehensive survey of the world's oceans, lakes and rivers for the first time was scheduled to...

NASA’s Orion spacecraft is set to touch down in the final test of a high-stakes mission called Artemis

After a close flyby of the moon and venturing further into space than any previous habitable spacecraft, NASA's Orion spacecraft is set to touch...

Chinese students  invented a cheap concept cloak that can apparently hide human bodies from AI-monitored security cameras

An invisibility cloak is every Potterhead's dream, and that dream may have just become a reality, as a bunch of Chinese students have invented...

Dr Jitendra Singh said that IMD has implemented a seamless forecasting system from the 2021 monsoon season

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

The first famous images revealed by the James Webb Space Telescope earlier this year

It was one of the first famous images revealed by the James Webb Space Telescope earlier this year: a stunning veil of gas and...

Jeff Bezos with Boeing Co offer NASA a lunar lander as the agency seeks to send humans to the moon again

Jeff Bezos' space company Blue Origin is partnering with Boeing Co and Lockheed Martin Corp to offer NASA a lunar lander as the agency...

Study explores how hormones help birds cope with environmental changes

The amount of stress hormones in the blood of free-living cowbirds varies greatly. The researchers found significant variation in the rate at which glucocorticoid...

DRDO handed over the Akash weapon system to the Missile Systems Quality Assurance Agency

The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) handed over the Authority for Sealed Data (AHSP) of the Akash weapon system (Indian Army version) to...

3 Chinese astronauts landed after 6 months of work to complete construction of Tiangong Station

Three Chinese astronauts landed in the northern desert on Sunday after six months of work to complete construction of Tiangong Station, a symbol of...

New study suggests that pandemic-related stressors physically aged teen brains

A new study suggests that pandemic-related stressors physically aged teen brains, according to a study. The new findings suggest that the neurological and mental...

Scientists have  properties of radio-luminous galaxies that formed just 200 million years after the Big Bang

Scientists have determined the properties of radio-luminous galaxies that formed just 200 million years after the Big Bang, a period known as the Cosmic...

The sonifications of NASA contributions are incredible to watch and often leave people in shock

The sonifications of NASA contributions are incredible to watch and often leave people in shock. Every now and then the space agency amazes people...

Study Research : Five types of bacteria caused nearly 6.8 million deaths in India

Five types of bacteria — E. coli, S. pneumoniae, K. pneumoniae, S. aureus and A. baumanii — caused nearly 6.8 million deaths in India...

IIT Delhi found brain changes in patients who recovered from the Covid-19 virus

A study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) (IIT) Delhi found brain changes in patients who recovered from the Covid-19 virus....

Spacetech startup Pixxel is all set to launch its third hyperspectral satellite: ISRO

Spacetech startup Pixxel is all set to launch its third hyperspectral satellite – Anand – aboard ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from the...

Volcanic activity transform Venus from a temperate and wet world to the acidic hothouse: NASA

By understanding the record of large magmatic provinces on Earth and Venus, we can determine whether these events could have caused the current state...

ISRO launched India’s first privately built rocket & conducted another test

After the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched India's first privately built rocket on Friday, the space agency conducted another test which it stressed...

China conducted the second launch of its “reusable experimental spacecraft” from Jiuquan

China's secret reusable space plane has launched an object into orbit, according to tracking data from the US Space Force. China conducted the second...

NASA’s Artemis 1 lunar mission, the spacecraft lifted off from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39B toward the moon

In the latest development for NASA's Artemis 1 lunar mission, the spacecraft lifted off from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39B toward the moon....

ISRO setting a new milestone on Friday when it launches the first ever private rocket

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will make history on Friday when it launches the first ever private rocket, setting a new milestone in...

Greater risk of exceeding the flood capacity of dams due to outdated modeling of potential peak rainfall

According to industry-funded research by UNSW and the University of Melbourne, there could be a greater risk of exceeding the flood capacity of dams...

4 year old child patient allegedly found a cockroach in the food served in AIIMS

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is in the middle of yet another controversy regarding the quality of meals served at the...

Study found more lightning over the mountains & Less lightning in lower terrain in central Europe

A study led by Newcastle University and the Met Office, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, This could lead to more lightning over...

NASA successfully launched the third in a series of polar-orbiting weather satellites for the NOAA

NASA successfully launched the third in a series of polar-orbiting weather satellites for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at 1:49 a.m. PST...

Electric multi-rotor helicopter took its first flight in conventional air traffic near Paris

An electric multi-rotor helicopter took its first flight in conventional air traffic near Paris on Thursday as it prepares for commercial flights from 2024....

Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels, the main driver of climate change, will increase by 1% in 2022

Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels, the main driver of climate change, will increase by one percent in 2022 and reach an all-time high,...

The cause of the first known mass extinction of animals at the end of the Ediacaran period about 550 million years ago

A new study by geobiologists at Virginia Tech traces the cause of the first known mass extinction of animals to a decrease in global...

Government of India changes the Foreign Trade Policy and Manual of Procedures in Indian Rupees

The Government of India has made appropriate changes in the Foreign Trade Policy and Manual of Procedures to enable settlement of international trade in...

New deep space ground station being built in South Africa’s desert Karoo will be open by 2025

A new deep space ground station being built in South Africa's semi-desert Karoo region will be operational by 2025 to help track the history...

The closest black hole to Earth was found by astronomers using the Gemini International Observatory

The closest known black hole to Earth was found by astronomers using the Gemini International Observatory, operated by NSF's NOIRLab. A dormant stellar-mass black...

Science Focus : why is the moon faintly red during an eclipse?

The last total lunar eclipse of 2022 is expected on Tuesday. The next total eclipse won't happen, NASA says, until 2025, while partial and...

The discovery of superradiators among several celestial magics, another month of magical celestial : NASA

After an adventurous month that saw a test of planetary self-defense, amazing details of the pillars of creation, a partial solar eclipse, the discovery...

Researchers made a few formula by which Mobile battery can run through water

Can we survive three days without water or three minutes without air? What if there were no batteries? Imagine driving for three hours without...

How twitter has changed in providing facilities to user and Elon Musk announce made changes

New management will be appointed As expected, Musk's first move was to clean house, starting with Twitter CEO Agrawal, who took the helm at the...

North Korea has fired several missiles & Japanese government evacuation warning in its part of country

North Korea has fired several missiles, including a suspected failed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), prompting the Japanese government to issue an evacuation warning in...

Science Focus: NASA told the world’s most powerful operational rocket returned to the skies

The towering three-pronged vehicle that is the world's most powerful operational rocket returned to the skies on Tuesday for the first time since mid-2019....

Science Focus: Scientists found a potential solution could be found in the very shape of the quantum fog itself

Marking the passage of time in a world of ticking clocks and swinging pendulums is a simple case of counting the seconds between "then"...

China launched a laboratory module “Mengtian” to be part of its space station

China launched a laboratory module called Mengtian on Monday to be part of its space station, which is currently under construction. The Long March-5B...

ISRO Chairman S Somanath working on the design of the rocket & working on its own space station by 2035

As India eyes its own space station by 2035, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has proposed industry to work with it to develop...

FIFA World Cup T20: Where are Pakistan’s semi-final chances after India’s loss to South Africa

Sunday was a big day for Pakistan. Three matches from the Group 2 draw were said to define their chances for the semi-final round...

Covid cases in mainland China reached 2,898 : Health Focus

The number of cases in mainland China reached 2,898 on Sunday, surpassing 2,000 for the second day in a row, the biggest nationwide increase...

volcanic activity still plays an active role in shaping the surface of Mars

Volcanism, or volcanic activity, still plays an active role in shaping the surface of Mars, scientists said after detecting low-frequency tremors in the innermost...

Space Focus: Shockingly found new evidence for an ancient northern ocean on Mars though topographic maps

A recently released set of topographic maps provides new evidence for an ancient northern ocean on Mars. The maps offer the strongest case yet...

Health Focus: Sleeping less than five hours may associated with an increased risk of two chronic diseases

Research analyzed the impact of sleep duration on the health of more than 7,000 men and women aged 50, 60 and 70 from the...

Science Focus: Fossil discovery in Scotland reveals origins of lizards: Study

The tiny skeleton discovered on the Isle of Skye, called Bellairsia gracilis, is just 6cm long and dates from the Middle Jurassic period, 166...

NASA’s EMIT mission found Methane ‘Super-Emitters’ more than 50 in Central Asia

NASA's Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT) mission maps the occurrence of key minerals in the planet's dust-producing deserts—information that advances our understanding...

Commonwealth Secretary has welcomed India’s offer to share its breakthrough Unified Payments Interface (UPI)

Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland has welcomed India's offer to share its breakthrough Unified Payments Interface (UPI) technology with other member countries, describing the...

Elon Musk firing top executives and outlined the ambitions for influential social media platform

Elon Musk became the owner of Twitter Inc on Thursday, firing top executives and providing little clarity on how he will achieve the lofty...

India’s first Overhauser magnetometer to reducing the cost of sensing experiments for geomagnetic sampling

Indian scientists have developed the Overhauser magnetometer, one of the most accurate magnetometers widely used by all magnetic observatories worldwide, paving the way to...

NASA and NOAA scientists says that Ozone hole continues to shrink in 2022

The annual Antarctic ozone hole reached an average area of ​​8.9 million square miles (23.2 million square kilometers) between September 7 and October 13,...

NASA scientists have identified more than 50 methane-emitting hotspots around the world

Using a tool designed to study how dust affects the climate, NASA scientists have identified more than 50 methane-emitting hotspots around the world, a...

Why should pregnant lady aware of eclipse & Will the eclipse poison any food that is prepared during the event?

For the uninitiated, a partial solar eclipse is when the Earth moves through the lunar penumbra as the Moon travels between the Earth and...

Why should one never look at an eclipse with the naked eye?

Some parts of the world - including India - will witness the last solar eclipse of the year on Tuesday. Most cities will be...

ISRO successful launch of the heaviest rocket carrying 36 communication satellites

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman Dr. S. Somanath said Diwali started a day early for the space agency with the successful launch of...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured a fresh, detailed view of the majestic ‘Pillars of Creation’

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has captured a fresh, detailed view of the majestic 'Pillars of Creation' - towering tendrils of dust and gas...

China’s military under his leadership will intensify military training and combat readiness

Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Sunday that China's military under his leadership will intensify military training and combat readiness to "fight and win"...

Oxygen levels in the Earth’s atmosphere likely “fluctuated wildly” a billion years ago

According to new research, oxygen levels in the Earth's atmosphere likely "fluctuated wildly" a billion years ago, creating conditions that may have accelerated the...

Scientists have successfully implanted and integrated human brain cells into newborn rats

Scientists have successfully implanted and integrated human brain cells into newborn rats, creating a new way to study complex psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia...

The world’s first space tourist wants to return but this time he signed up to orbit the moon aboard Elon Musk’s starship

The world's first space tourist wants to return - but this time he signed up to orbit the moon aboard Elon Musk's starship. For...

Historic test of humanity’s ability to stop an incoming space object from destroying life on Earth

NASA said Tuesday it had successfully deflected an asteroid in a historic test of humanity's ability to stop an incoming space object from destroying...

NASA showed the ‘home of Frankenstein’s monster’, a planet with a Neptune-like sky

It's the month of Halloween and we're all getting ready to scare each other because as Brackett from the Halloween series rightly said, “It's...

NASA: Theories behind the formation of the Moon over the years

Most theories behind the formation of the Moon assume that it was formed by the accretion of debris over the years after the Earth...

Asia will collide with the Americas to form a new landmass a supercontinent

Over the next 200 to 300 million years as the Pacific Ocean shrinks Asia will collide with the Americas to form a new landmass...

Importance of the research lies in the context of quantum interconnected information processing

Experiments on quantum entanglement (where several particles behave as a single unit even though they are separated) that won the 2022 Nobel Prize in...

Australian scientists are aiming to grow plants on the moon by 2025 in a new mission

Australian scientists are aiming to grow plants on the moon by 2025 in a new mission unveiled on Friday that they say could help...

ISRO: Chandrayaan-2 orbiter has mapped the amount of sodium on the Moon for the first time

The 'CLASS' X-ray spectrometer on the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter has mapped the amount of sodium on the Moon for the first time, according to the...

Introduction of pioneering quantum information science, which received the Nobel Prize in Physics this year

Experiments with entangled photons and the introduction of pioneering quantum information science, which received the Nobel Prize in Physics this year, also brought a...

NASA: Crew-5 astronauts dock at the space station

NASA astronauts Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada, JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Koichi Wakata, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Anna Kikina arrived at the International...

First ever highest-resolution photo of Jupiter’s moon Europa mysterious region :NASA

The highest-resolution photo ever taken by NASA's Juno mission of specific parts of Jupiter's moon Europa reveals a close-up view of a mysterious region...

Nicole Aunapu Mann has decided to become the first native woman in space

Nicole Aunapu Mann, a NASA astronaut, waited nine years for the opportunity to travel into space. If all goes according to plan, he will...

NASA captured the moment when the Sun sent a powerful burst of energy into space

On Sunday, the American space agency NASA captured the moment when the Sun sent a powerful burst of energy into space. The National Aeronautics...

Researchers are tracking a new source of radio emissions from the core of a black hole

A group of Indian astronomers claimed to have found clues to possible sources of radio emissions emanating from the central regions of black holes....

Climate change Focus: Researchers calculate  greenhouse gas emissions resulting from mysterious leaks from gas pipelines that connect Russia to Europe

Since September 26, the Nord Stream undersea gas pipeline - which runs from Russia to Germany - has been experiencing mysterious leaks near the...

ISRO confirmed that Mangalyaan mission has reached end of life after loosing contact with ground station

The Indian Space Research Organization on Monday confirmed that the Mars Orbiter has lost contact with the ground station, cannot be recovered and the...

Researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind soft robot that can grow like a plant

University of Minnesota researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind soft robot that can grow like a plant. The study was published in the journal Proceedings...

NASA going to launch its Artemis 1 lunar megarocket in November

NASA said it will try to launch its Artemis 1 lunar megarocket in November, which was delayed earlier as massive Hurricane Ian hit Florida...

TTDF aims to fund research and development of rural-specific communication technology applications

The Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF), a body under the Ministry of Telecom, has officially launched the Telecom Technology Development Fund (TTDF) scheme on...

Narendra Modi launched the third Indian-made high-speed train in Gujarat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the third Indian-made high-speed train in his home state of Gujarat on Friday as part of plans to modernize...

First images of spacecraft crashed into an asteroid captured by James Webb and Hubble telescopes

The James Webb and Hubble telescopes on Thursday revealed their first images of a spacecraft that deliberately crashed into an asteroid, marking the first...

NASA study raising Hubble Space Telescope to higher orbit and agreement signed by NASA and Space Exploration Technologies Corp

NASA announced Thursday that it is partnering with SpaceX on a study using the company's Dragon spacecraft to boost the space agency's Hubble Space...

Dr Jitendra Singh said Science leaders are needed to drive the integration of science and technology while Inaugurating the Building Science Leaders Programme

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

NASA will have to take time to replace the rocket’s self-destruct system batteries

It will be "difficult" for NASA to make another attempt to launch its massive moon rocket in October, a US space agency official said...

ocean water accompanies the subducting plates between the Earth’s upper and lower mantle

The transition zone between the Earth's upper and lower mantle contains a significant amount of water, according to an international study. The research team...

NASA discovered a new island in the southwest Pacific Ocean of ​​24,000 square meters

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has now discovered a new island in the southwest Pacific Ocean, which now covers an area of...

MoU to collaborate in various areas of telecommunications including IoT/M2M , AI/ML, Cyber ​​Security and 5G & Beyond

Center for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), a premier telecom R&D center of the Department of Telecom, Ministry of Communications, Government of India and Indian...

NASA’s Dart spacecraft completed its mission after intentionally colliding with an asteroid Dimporphos

NASA's Dart spacecraft completed its mission on Monday after intentionally colliding with an asteroid - Dimporphos - in a defense test against space objects....

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)

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

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

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

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...