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Researchers Propose New Definition for Planets Potentially Reclassifying Celestial Bodies Across the Universe

A recent study published in The Planetary Science Journal proposes a new definition of a "planet" that could challenge the longstanding criteria established by...

Study Highlights the Importance of Bowel Movement Frequency for Overall Health

Seattle: Any color of blood in your stool is a reason to see a doctor, as recent research underscores the importance of bowel movement...

Astronomers Detect Phosphine on Venus Signaling Potential for Life

New Delhi: In a groundbreaking discovery, astronomers have detected phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus, suggesting the potential for life on the planet. Jane...

Bird Flu Spreads to Poultry Farm in Colorado Infecting Five Workers

New Delhi – Bird flu has spread from a Colorado dairy farm to a nearby poultry farm, resulting in the infection of five human...

New Research Shows Astronauts Struggle with Bland Food in Space

Astronauts often find that food tastes bland in space, leading to difficulties in eating enough to meet their energy needs. Research by RMIT University...

Discovery of Lunar Caves Offers Hope for Future Moon Habitats

Trento, Italy – Establishing a human habitat on the Moon has long been a daunting challenge, but a recent discovery might provide a significant...

Magic Mushrooms Unlocking the Mystery of Psilocybin for Mental Health Therapy

Once stigmatized for their psychedelic effects, magic mushrooms are gaining attention for their potential to treat a wide array of mental health issues. Despite...

Breakthrough Study Find Potential Cure for Lupus by Rebalancing Immune System

The autoimmune disease lupus, officially known as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), remains a significant challenge to treat and a heavy burden for those living...

Earth Isn’t Actually Orbiting the Sun – Here’s Why

Our early conceptions of planets orbiting perfectly around the Sun might need to be slightly revised. While the Sun is unquestionably dominant in our...

NASA Monitors Apollo Group Asteroid NF 2024 No Threat to Earth

NASA is closely monitoring the trajectory of asteroid NF 2024, a 220-foot (67-meter) space rock currently hurtling towards Earth at a speed of 45,388...

Recent COPs have made significant strides in recognising WASH’s importance in climate action but there’s still room for improvement

COPs, Around 2.2 billion people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water and 3.5 billion people lack safely managed sanitation as of 2022. Recent...

Modifiable Risk Factors Linked to Nearly Half of Cancer Deaths in US Adults Over 30

A recent study by the American Cancer Society (ACS) has found that nearly half of cancer-related deaths among US adults aged over 30 are...

World’s Population to Hit Peak in 60 Years Then Fall, Researchers Say

Earth's population is projected to peak in the mid-2080s at around 10.3 billion people, before slightly decreasing to a much lower level than anticipated...

North Korea Condemns NATO Summit Declaration

Seoul: North Korea has "most strongly denounced" the declaration made at the recent NATO summit, according to a report by KCNA, the state news...

New Star Set to Light Up the Night Sky T Coronae Borealis

New Delhi: Astronomers and stargazers alike are eagerly awaiting the appearance of a "new star" or nova in the night sky. While it won't...

James Webb Space Telescope Spots A “Jeweled Ring” in the Cosmos

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has captured an extraordinary image of a distant quasar, RX J1131-1231, located 6 billion light-years away from Earth....

Fresh Doubt Cast on Ancient City’s Abandonment Theory From Cahokia

The abrupt abandonment of Cahokia, once a thriving metropolis in modern-day Illinois, has long perplexed historians. A prevalent theory attributing its demise to severe...

Rising Temperatures Threaten Global Groundwater Safety Millions at Risk by 2100

In a stark warning, scientists highlight that without access to lakes or streams, one in four humans relies on underground reservoirs. However, as temperatures...

Elon Musk’s Neuralink Advances Brain Computer Interface with Second Test Patient

San Francisco: On Wednesday, Elon Musk announced that his Neuralink startup is "moving on" to a second test patient as the technology for linking...

Study Says Reducing Processed Meat Intake Could Prevent Major Health Issues

Processed meats, including hotdogs, bacon, sausage, and salami, are iconic elements of American food culture. However, emerging evidence suggests these foods are linked to...

Astronomers Discover Intermediate Mass Black Hole in Milky Way’s Omega Centauri Cluster

One of the Universe's most elusive objects has just been detected in the Milky Way galaxy. Astronomers have found evidence of an intermediate-mass black...

NASA’s Habitable Worlds Observatory Aiming to Detect Alien Life on Earth Like Planets by 2050

NASA is gearing up to launch the Habitable Worlds Observatory (HWO), a state-of-the-art telescope designed specifically to search for signs of extraterrestrial life on...

Ancient Artifacts Emerge from Melting Swiss Glaciers Shedding Light on Past Civilizations

As glaciers in the Swiss Alps recede due to rising global temperatures, hikers and mountaineers are uncovering mysterious ancient objects, sparking a flurry of...

Scientists Find Distant Planet Smells Like Rotten Eggs

A distant planet known for its extreme weather also smells like rotten eggs, according to a new study. Scientists examined the atmosphere of HD...

Europe to Regain Heavy Rocket Launch Capability with Ariane 6 Maiden Flight

Europe is set to regain its heavy rocket launching capability tonight with the maiden test flight of the Ariane 6 rocket. The launch is...

Pseudomonas aeruginosa: A Comic Book Villain in the World of Microbes

The common gram-negative bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa stands out as a true comic book villain among microbes. Capable of slipping through defenses to infiltrate the...

Spotting Close-Approaching Asteroids: Challenges and Insights

Asteroids leftover debris from our solar system's birth, offer a unique glimpse into the early solar system. By studying their size, orbit, and composition,...

GOLD Mission Detects Unexpected Structures in Earth’s Ionosphere

NASA's Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) mission has identified unexpected X and C-shaped structures within Earth's ionosphere, a discovery that has...

Mystery of Earth’s Inner Core: Recent Discoveries and Ongoing Debates

Deep within Earth lies a solid metal ball, the inner core, that rotates independently of our planet's spin. This intriguing component of Earth's structure,...

Massive Asteroid 2024 MT1 Hurtling Towards Earth at Astonishing Speed

Guwahati: NASA has issued a warning about a massive asteroid named 2024 MT1, which is currently hurtling towards Earth at a staggering speed of...

Youngest Pygmy Blue Whale Ever Spotted in Australian Waters: A Landmark Discovery

Scientists have sighted what could be the youngest pygmy blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus brevicauda) ever seen in Australian waters. The calf was photographed by...

Mixing Alcohol and Energy Drinks During Adolescence Could Have Lasting Effects on Brain Health

Recent research from an Italian university has highlighted significant health risks associated with the consumption of alcohol mixed with energy drinks, particularly during adolescence....

Hidden History Revealed Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Rock Art in Southern Venezuela

Hidden deep in the highlands of southern Venezuela, archaeologists have uncovered one of humanity's best-kept secrets. At around 20 different sites, carved and painted...

Solar Powered Hydropanels to Produce Sky Wtr from Air and Sunlight

Sky Wtr a sustainable canned water product made from air and sunlight, will soon be available for purchase in the United States. This innovative...

New Pathway Discovery Could Help Stop Migraine Pain

Scientists have found a new communication pathway in the brain that could be key to stopping migraines. This pathway links different nerve centers within...

New Cell Messaging Discovery in Human Brain Suggests Greater Computational Power

Scientists have identified a unique form of cell messaging in the human brain, revealing just how much we still have to learn about its...

Semaglutide Drugs For Weight Loss Linked to Increased Risk of Eye Stroke Study Reveals

The fitness industry offers various weight loss solutions, but these methods can come with side effects. A recent study published in JAMA Ophthalmology raises...

Study Says Fireworks Plays Major Part into Contribution of Air Pollution

New Delhi: Fireworks might dazzle with their brilliant displays, but a new study reveals they are also among the top contributors to air pollution....

Revolutionary Bionic Leg Offers Amputees Natural Movement Control

In a world-first breakthrough, scientists have developed a bionic leg that enables below-the-knee amputees to move more naturally, walk at regular speeds, and even...

FDA Approves Eli Lilly’s Alzheimer’s Drug Kisunla for Early Symptomatic Treatment

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new drug from Eli Lilly, Kisunla, designed to treat the early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease....

Chinese Space Firm’s Accidental Rocket Launch Ends in Crash

02 July 2024, A Chinese space firm announced on Sunday that an accidental launch of its Tianlong-3 rocket during a test caused the vehicle...

Charcoaled Remains Reveal 10,000-Year-Old Ritual Practices of Indigenous Australians

02 July 2024, Archaeologists have unearthed charcoaled remains of fires that smoldered over 10,000 years ago, providing evidence of what may be the longest...

Incredible Hydrothermal Environment Discovered Deep Beneath the Ocean

02 July 2024, A stunning new wonderland has been discovered deep beneath the ocean waves of the Arctic Circle. Off the coast of Svalbard,...

Quantum Leap: Time Crystals Offer a Solution to Secure Quantum Computing

The path to quantum success is full of fairytale challenges how do you lift the cloud without changing its shape? The possible solution seems...

James Webb Telescope Uncovers Complex Features Above Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

Jupiter's Great Red Spot observed by Webb's Infrared Spectrograph. A team of astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has discovered previously unseen...

New Study Warns: Rising Temperatures Fuel Deadly Drug Resistant Fungal Mutations

Like a late-night, post-apocalyptic plot, rising temperatures cause fungi to mutate, not just hyper-susceptible, but drug-resistant. Jingjing Huang, a researcher at Nanjing Medical University,...

New Discovery in Mice Reveals Key Cells for Learning Complex Behaviors Based on Timing

Researchers at the University of Utah have uncovered a specific set of cells in the brain, known as 'time cells,' which are crucial for...

FDA Approves First Non-Tobacco Flavored E-Cigarettes, Raises Concerns for Youth

US Food and Drug Administration authorized the first non-tobacco flavored electronic cigarettes to be sold in the US. Two of the four newly licensed...

Severe Weather Hits Delhi NCR: Heavy Rain Causes Major Disruptions, Airport Roof Collapse

New Delhi, June 28, 2024 — The Delhi NCR region has been hit by severe weather, with heavy rainfall causing significant disruptions across the...

New Tool Developed by University of Hawai Scientists Enhances Long-Term Forecasting of El Niño Events

As severe weather events draw increasing global attention, scientists at the University of Hawai at Mānoa are making strides in improving the forecasting of...

Two Potentially Dangerous Asteroids Approach Earth: Size and Trajectory Spark Interest in Astronomical Community

Two rare asteroids will approach Earth in just 42 hours each this week. Because of their size and trajectory, both space rocks are considered...

New Study Reveals Daily Multivitamins May Increase Risk of Early Death, Contrary to Popular Belief

Taking a daily multivitamin does not help people live longer and may increase the risk of early death, according to new research. The study,...

Massive Saharan Dust Plume Set to Cross Atlantic Reaching Gulf of Mexico and Florida Dampening Hurricane Formation

A massive plume of Saharan dust, the largest seen so far this hurricane season, is on its way across the Atlantic Ocean. This dusty...

Dark Matter’s Influence: Detecting Ionization in Jupiter’s Atmosphere

This is also not a small amount. About 70 to 80 percent of all mass is thought to be mysterious matter known as dark...

Near Earth Asteroid “2011 UL21” to Make Close Approach on June 27

A giant "planet-killing" asteroid will fly very close to Earth on June 27 at a speed of about 58,000 mph (93,000 km/h). The "potentially...

Study Finds Garlic Can Help Control Blood Sugar and Cholesterol

A comprehensive meta-analysis conducted by researchers at Southeast University and Xizang Minzu University in China has confirmed that incorporating garlic into one's diet can...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Captures Stunning Image of Gas Jets from Newborn Stars

NASA regularly shares amazing images of the universe and amazes space lovers. In a new post, the US space agency gave astronomers and space...

Nuclear Power: Key to Achieving Decarbonization by 2050, Says IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi

Rafael Mariano Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has campaigned for nuclear fuel to be decarbonized by 2050. Mariano Grossi spoke...

Scientists Pinpoint Brain Regions Linked to Extreme Moods in Bipolar Disorder

LONDON – In a groundbreaking study, researchers from University College London have identified specific brain regions responsible for the extreme mood swings associated with...

NASA Sued After Space Junk Projectile Crashes Into Florida Home

NAPLES, FL – An American family is seeking over $80,000 in damages from NASA after a piece of space debris crashed through the roof...

New Study Reveals Why Some People Are Immune to COVID-19

A groundbreaking study published in the prestigious journal Nature has unveiled critical insights into why some individuals never contract COVID-19, even after exposure. Conducted...

NASA Delays Boeing Starliner’s Return from Space Station

NASA has announced a delay in the return of Boeing's Starliner spacecraft from the International Space Station (ISS). Originally scheduled for June 26, the...

New Genus of Diatoms Discovered in Eastern Ghats: Indiconema Highlights India’s Unique Biodiversity

Scientists have discovered a new genus of Gomphonemoid diatoms found in a clean water river of the Eastern Ghats. The genus, which has an...

Reveling the Electronic Mechanisms of Metavalent Bonds in 2D Group IV Chalcogenides for Enhanced Energy Harvesting

New research has revealed electronic mechanisms that govern new metal chemical bonding and metavalent bonds (MVBs) in 2D layers of group IV chalcogenides, which...

Major Discovery: Saturn’s Seasonal Energy Imbalance Reveals New Insights into Planetary Weather and Evolution

Scientists have made a significant breakthrough in our understanding of gas giant planets with the discovery of a massive, seasonal energy imbalance on Saturn....

University of Southampton’s New Study Reveals Crucial Insights on Storm Surges in the UK and Ireland

Southampton, UK: Researchers at the University of Southampton have conducted the most comprehensive spatial analysis to date on storm surges affecting the coastlines of...

300,000-Year-Old Mystery Solved: Face of Earliest Human Ancestor Reconstructed

New Delhi: Scientists have successfully reconstructed the face of an early human ancestor for the first time, providing a glimpse into an individual who...

Climate Change Poses Growing Threat to Maternal and Infant Health, New Research Finds

New York, NY – Climate change, one of the most pressing health threats facing humanity, is now being linked to long-term adverse health and...

New Research Reveals Roaring Waves Likely Shape the Shorelines of Saturn’s Moon Titan

New research shows that giant bodies of liquid methane and ethane cover Titan's surface, waves wash its shores, and lakes unique to the moon...

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Discovers ‘Popcorn Rock’ at Bright Angel Confirming Water Presence in Jezero Crater

NASA's Endurance Rover has left Mount Washburn and is on its way to its next destination, Bright Angel. There, he found an unusual shape...

Say Cheese for Longevity: Study Finds Link Between Cheese Consumption, Mental Health, and Longer Life

A large genetic analysis has found that people with better mental health tend to live longer and healthier lives, and that certain lifestyle habits,...

Extreme Weather Sweeps Across India: Severe Heatwave and Heavy Rainfall Report

New Delhi, June 18, 2024 — Severe heatwave conditions and intense rainfall are marking extreme weather patterns across India, as reported by the Indian...

Researchers Discover Blood Marker for Parkinson’s Disease Detection Seven Years Before Symptoms Appear

Researchers have found a blood marker that shows the presence of Parkinson's disease seven years before the onset of symptoms. If the results of...

Galactic Collision Witnessed: Two Quasar-Powered Galaxies Merge in the Early Universe

The artist's impression combines quartz. We have seen clear evidence that galaxies can collide and grow in the early universe. Scientists captured two quasar-powered...

Three Recent Cases of Animal-Origin Influenza Raise Alarms About Virus Spillover to Humans

A dairy worker in the US suffered from an itchy, bleeding eye. A young woman in Australia fell ill after an overseas holiday and...

Remarkable 4,000 Year Old Ring Shaped Stone Monument Discovered on Crete’s Papoura Hill

A remarkable 4,000-year-old ring-shaped stone monument has been discovered on a hill on the Greek island of Crete. The 1,800 square meter (19,375 sq...

Earth’s Inner Core Slowing Down, Potentially Leading to Longer Days

LOS ANGELES: Researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) have confirmed that Earth's inner core is rotating more slowly than the planet's surface,...

New Research Shows Timing Cancer Treatment with Body Clock Boosts Effectiveness

Scientists have discovered that treating cancer based on the patient's body clock can improve the effectiveness of treatment. Researchers from the University of California...

ESA Reveals Stunning “Cosmic Dance of Ice and Fire” Star System 3,400 Light-Years Away

The star system is located 3400 light years away. The European Space Agency (ESA) shared a stunning image of a mysterious star system on...

Vladimir Putin Greenlights Ambitious Lunar Research Station Project with China

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially approved a plan to collaborate with China on the construction of the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS),...

Ancient Ocean Floor Discovered Wrapping Earth’s Core: High-Resolution Map Unveils Geological Secrets

A groundbreaking high-resolution map of the Earth's Southern Hemisphere has revealed a previously unknown ancient ocean floor that may encircle the planet's core. This...

Slowing of Earth’s Inner Core May Alter Length of Days, Study Reveals

NEW DELHI: A groundbreaking study has found "clear evidence" that the Earth's inner core has slowed its rotation relative to the planet's surface since...

Three New Craters Discovered on Mars Named After Indian Physicist and Cities

Three recently discovered craters on Mars are named after noted cosmic ray physicist Devendra Lal and the cities of Mursan and Hilsa in northern...

Neptune Changes Color From Blue to Pale Yellow in image shown by NASA

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) often captures stunning images of our universe that amaze space enthusiasts. NASA's social media accounts are gold...

Discovery of Water Frost on Martian Volcanoes Calls for New Climate Models

June 10, 2024 – The discovery of water frost on the giant shield volcanoes of Mars has introduced a significant shift in our understanding...

Comprehensive Study Unveils Health Impacts of Space Travel, Offers Hope for Future Space Tourism and Mars Missions

June 10, 2024 – Space travel's impact on human health has long been a topic of concern for astronauts and now, increasingly, for a...

London’s Kew Gardens Sees Rare Bloom of World’s Smelliest Plant

London – June 11, 2024 – Visitors to London's Kew Gardens recently experienced a rare botanical event as a resident titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum),...

ISRO’s Aditya L1 Satellite Captures Solar Fury, Warns of Increased Solar Activity

New Delhi — The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has recently showcased the impressive capabilities of India's first space-based solar observatory, Aditya L1, which...

ISRO Shares Stunning Images of the Sun Captured by Aditya-L1

New Delhi — The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has shared captivating images of the Sun's dynamic activities, captured by the Aditya-L1 spacecraft. These...

NASA Captures Image of Mysterious Hole on Mars 256 kilometers

Washington, D.C. — The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has captured an intriguing image of a mysterious hole on the surface of Mars....

Mysterious Artifacts Baffle Experts: A Look at Historical Most Enigmatic Objects

Archaeologists are often depicted as being "stumped" or "baffled" by their discoveries. In reality, specialists usually have a good grasp of what most historical...

New Antibiotic Lolamicin Shows Promise in Targeting Gram-Negative Pathogens While Preserving Gut Microbiome

For all the good antibiotics do for the world, one of the biggest downsides to their use is the way they indiscriminately kill both...

Scientists Discover a Way to Lower the Temperature for the Leidenfrost Effect

Researchers have found a method to induce the Leidenfrost effect at significantly lower temperatures by utilizing a specially designed surface with microscopic texture. This...

New Species Discovered in the Depths of the Pacific Ocean

In a groundbreaking expedition, marine scientists have uncovered a collection of new species residing in the deep, dark depths of the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ)...

Mysterious Neutron Star Emits Unprecedented Signals, Baffling Astronomers

Astronomers are grappling with a perplexing signal emanating from a distant neutron star, ASKAP J193505.1+214841.0 (ASKAP J1935+2148), located about 15,820 light-years from Earth in the...

Ancient Bronze Cauldrons Reveal Culinary Traditions of Mongolia’s Nomads

Khovsgol Province, Mongolia - Archeologists studying Bronze Age artifacts unearthed on the Mongolian steppe have uncovered intriguing insights into the dietary habits of ancient...

Newly Discovered Dinosaur in Patagonia Challenges T. Rex’s Reign Over Tiny Arms

Patagonia, Argentina The Tyrannosaurus rex is notorious for its disproportionally small arms, but recent paleontological discoveries in Patagonia suggest it may face stiff competition...

SpaceX’s Starship Achieves First Successful Splashdown in Milestone Test Flight

Boca Chica, United States SpaceX's ambitious Starship rocket marked a significant achievement with its first-ever splashdown during a test flight on Thursday, signaling a...

Indian-Origin Astronaut Sunita Williams Makes History on Maiden Flight of Boeing’s Starliner

New Delhi: Sunita Williams is Indian-origin astronaut, has rocketed into space, creating history as the first woman to test a spacecraft on its maiden...

Optimism Abounds Amidst Environmental Challenges: A Beacon of Hope on World Environment Day

As the world grapples with daunting environmental challenges, there's a stirring sense of optimism emerging from the shadows of despair. On the occasion of...

US House Passes Legislation to Sanction International Criminal Court Over Gaza Warrants

Washington: In a significant legislative move, the Republican-led US House of Representatives passed a bill imposing sanctions on the International Criminal Court (ICC) in...

Study Finds Drinking and Napping on Long-Haul Flights May Harm Heart Health

Cologne: Drinking alcohol and taking naps on long-haul flights may negatively impact heart health, even in young and healthy individuals, according to a study...

New research Surprisingly Find Fresh Water in the Earth’s crust

New research has revealed that the earth's surface was bathed in fresh water about 4 billion years ago, compared to 500 million years ago. A...

Ancient ‘Junk’ DNA Found to Influence Major Psychiatric Disorders

London, June 4, 2024 — In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers from King's College London have revealed that ancient DNA sequences, previously dismissed as 'junk',...

North Atlantic Coast Communities Brace for Intense Hurricane Season

Communities along America's North Atlantic coast are preparing for an exceptionally severe hurricane season. As the climate crisis continues to escalate, tropical cyclones are...

NASA Shares Stunning Image of Hurricane Idalia Captured from Space

NASA's Instagram account recently showcased a breathtaking image of Hurricane Idalia, taken from the International Space Station (ISS). This image, posted by NASA Earth,...

China’s Chang’e-6 Mission Historic Lunar Landing and Sample Collection

On Sunday, China Chang'e-6 lunar probe achieved a significant milestone by successfully landing on the far side of the Moon, state media reported. This...

Rare ‘Exo-Venus’ Discovered with Earth-like Temperature

Astronomers have discovered a rare, Earth-like exoplanet named Gliese 12 b, located just 40 light-years away. This potentially habitable planet, orbiting a cool red...

Cost of Living Crisis Forces Australians to Cut Back on Fresh Produce

The cost of living crisis is prompting Australians to tighten their budgets, leading to reduced spending on fresh fruit and vegetables. Data from the...

Advances in Machine Olfaction Future of Digitized Smell

Over a century ago, Alexander Graham Bell encouraged the establishment of a new science: the measurement of smell. Today, as machine olfaction, or digitized...

Gruesome Microscopic Images Highlight Importance of Deworming Cats

Microscopic images have revealed the shocking details of parasitic infestations in cats, magnified up to 180 times, showcasing tapeworms and roundworms in gruesome detail....

Ancient Meteoric Iron Artifacts Discovered in Spain’s Treasure of Villena

Amidst a cache of glittering golden treasures from the Iberian Bronze Age, two seemingly insignificant corroded objects might be the most precious of all....

NASA Scientists Discover “Death Star” Black Holes Firing Particle Beams Across the Galaxy

A team of NASA scientists has unveiled a startling discovery of supermassive black holes emitting powerful particle beams into space. These black holes, reminiscent...

Orange Peels: A Potential Heart Health Boost Hiding in Your Kitchen

Orange peels, often discarded as waste, might hold significant health benefits, according to a recent study by scientists at the University of Florida and...

Goodbye Vulcan Astronomers Debunk Existence of Real-Life Star Trek Planet

Astronomers have officially debunked the existence of a real-life version of the fictional Vulcan homeworld from Star Trek. Recent studies have shown that signals...

Potential Cure for Diabetes Reported in China: Patient Becomes Insulin-Independent After Cell Therapy

Beijing: In a groundbreaking development for diabetes treatment, researchers in China have successfully used cell therapy to potentially cure a 59-year-old man with type...

Urgency of Tackling Erratic Monsoons and Climate Change in India

India's monsoon season is approaching amid a heatwave, with the India Meteorological Department predicting "above normal" rainfall. The monsoon, critical for agriculture and water...

Melinda French Gates Commits $1 Billion to Women’s Issues

Los Angeles: Philanthropist Melinda French Gates announced on Tuesday a commitment of $1 billion to support people and organizations advancing women's rights and issues....

Ancient Egyptian Skull Analysis Reveals Early Attempts at Cancer Treatment

The ancient Egyptians were indeed sophisticated in many areas, including medicine, where their skills and knowledge continue to provide insights even today. Despite their...

Study Links Heatwaves to Increase in Early Births Across the US

A new study examining 53 million births over 25 years in the United States has found that early births become slightly more frequent during...

Comet Tsuchinshan-ATLAS to Illuminate Night Skies in October 2024

Sky gazers are in for a treat this year as Comet Tsuchinshan-ATLAS (C/2023 A3) is set to make its closest approach to the Sun...

North Korea Plans Satellite Launch, Japan and Allies Urge Suspension

North Korea has notified Japan of its intention to launch a satellite by June 4, prompting concerns from neighboring countries and international allies. The...

Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf Calves Massive Iceberg A-83, Signals Ongoing Environmental Shift

On May 20th, 2024, Antarctica witnessed yet another significant iceberg calving event as a massive iceberg measuring 380 square kilometers (approximately 147 square miles)...

Discovery of Cosmic Butterfly Largest Planet-Forming Disk Ever Observed

Astronomers have uncovered a stunning cosmic structure approximately 1,000 light-years from Earth known as IRAS 23077+6707 (IRAS 23077). This butterfly-shaped formation, first observed in...

Euclid Telescope Reveals Stunning Insights into the Universe’s Mysteries

The Euclid space telescope, launched by the European Space Agency last year, has provided breathtaking images and crucial data on celestial objects, advancing our...

Cumberland Council Issues Fines to Protect Beaches from Erosion

Cumberland Council in northern England has announced new measures to protect its beaches, imposing fines of up to £1,000 on individuals caught removing pebbles....

Alaska’s Waterways Turn Rust Orange: Climate Change and Thawing Permafrost Blamed

In a startling turn of events, some of Alaska's pristine, icy blue waterways have transformed into a striking rust orange hue, a change so...

Biological Universality: Life Necessitates Instability, Proposes USC Biologist

Life appears to require at least some instability, a concept that should be considered a biological universality, suggests John Tower, a molecular biologist from...

NASA to Provide Advanced Training for Indian Astronauts, US Envoy Announces

Washington, D.C. – NASA will soon begin providing advanced training to Indian astronauts as part of a collaborative effort to send them to the...

Searing Heat Grips India Amid National Elections: Climate Change Escalates Risk

India is experiencing searing heat earlier than usual for the third consecutive summer, with extensive regions suffering from humid conditions. Scientists warn that climate...

Pre-Cyclone Watch: Severe Weather Warnings for West Bengal Coast

The depression over the central Bay of Bengal, reported at 0830 hours IST on 24th May 2024, has moved northeastwards. It is currently centered...

Scientists Discover Potential “Cosmic Glitch” in Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity

Over the past century, Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity has stood as a cornerstone of modern physics, accurately predicting phenomena ranging from black...

Euclid Space Telescope Reveals Stunning New Images and Clues About Dark Matter

Paris, France - In a dazzling display of astronomical prowess, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Euclid space telescope has released its second set of...

Ancient Neanderthal Bones Reveal the Oldest Known Human Viruses

In a groundbreaking study, scientists have discovered traces of three ancient viruses in Neanderthal bones, dating back approximately 50,000 years. These viruses, which still...

New Research Reveals Later Human Arrival on Timor, Challenges Existing Migration Theories

Humans arrived in Australia at least 65,000 years ago, part of an early wave traveling east from Africa through Eurasia. However, new research published...

Oxford Scientists Confirm Einstein’s Black Hole Prediction, Marking Major Advancement in Astrophysics

Scientists from the Department of Physics at Oxford University have confirmed a major prediction of Einstein's theory of gravity, providing the first observational evidence...

DST Hosts National Brainstorming Session to Transform India’s Science, Technology, and Innovation Ecosystems

New Delhi: The Department of Science and Technology (DST) organized a national brainstorming session on “Transforming Science, Technology, and Innovation Ecosystems of India” today...

US Startup BrainBridge Unveils Ambitious Head Transplant System, Aims to Revolutionize Medical Science

A video showing a simulation of a head transplant by autonomous surgical robots has gone viral on social media, appearing almost like a scene...

SpaceX Launches First Batch of Spy Satellites for New U.S. Intelligence Network

Washington: SpaceX successfully launched an inaugural batch of operational spy satellites on Wednesday, marking the first deployment of a new U.S. intelligence network aimed...

Bombay High Court Criticizes “Incomplete” Autopsy Report in Custodial Death Case

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday expressed its displeasure over the "incomplete" autopsy report of Anuj Thapan, an accused in the firing incident outside...

NASA’s Roman Coronagraph Instrument Leap Toward Imaging Faraway Worlds

On May 17, 2024, the Roman Coronagraph Instrument was shipped from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to the Goddard Space Flight Center, marking a...

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Captures Images of Silent Sentinel: InSight Lander’s Gradual Assimilation into Martian Landscape

In a remarkable display of cosmic archaeology, NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured images of the InSight lander, now a silent sentinel on the...

Isometric Exercises Super Powerful Tool for Health and Fitness

When advised to exercise to lower blood pressure, most people envision running or weightlifting. However, recent research by Jamie, a prominent scientist, has shown...

Disparities in Access to Water Resources Threaten Global Prosperity: World Bank Report

Bali, Indonesia, May 20, 2024 – The latest World Bank report, "Water For Shared Prosperity," unveiled at the 10th World Water Forum, underscores the...

Hubble Space Telescope Captures Stunning Image of Triple-Star System HP Tau

In an era increasingly dominated by the advanced James Webb Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope continues to demonstrate its value by capturing breathtaking...

Discovery of a 155-Million-Year-Old Cloning Starfish-like Creature Ophiactis hex

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have unearthed a 155-million-year-old fossil of a starfish-like creature that possessed the extraordinary ability to clone itself. This ancient...

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Spots Jupiter’s Mysterious Fifth Moon, Amalthea

NASA's Juno spacecraft recently captured intriguing images of Amalthea, Jupiter's fifth moon, during its 59th close flyby of the gas giant. While Jupiter's Galilean...

Study Finds Microplastics in Human Testes, Raising Concerns About Male Fertility

A new study published in the journal Toxicological Sciences has uncovered a worrying presence of microplastics in every human testicle examined. This finding heightens...

Unveiling the Mystery of the Third Eyelid: Insights into Nature’s Design

Have you ever noticed that fleshy curtain tucked away in the corner of your pet's eye, closest to the nose, especially when they're in...

Solar Storm Impacts Ocean Depths: Unveiling the Power of Solar Activity

In May 2024, a powerful solar storm not only illuminated Earth's skies with breathtaking auroras but also extended its influence deep into the ocean....

Ancient Secrets Unveiled Near the Great Pyramid of Giza

Giza, Egypt – In the shadow of the Great Pyramid of Giza, modern technology has unearthed a hidden structure that has left archaeologists puzzled....

How Heatwaves Affect the Human Body and Mind

Heatwaves, characterized by prolonged periods of excessively high temperatures, are becoming more frequent and intense due to climate change. These extreme weather events can...

Astronomers Discover X-Rays in Odd Radio Circles, Unveiling New Cosmic Mysteries

May 19, 2024 - A groundbreaking discovery has added a new layer to our understanding of the universe's mysterious Odd Radio Circles (ORCs). For...

India-Iran Chabahar Port Agreement to Benefit Region, Says MEA

New Delhi – India has defended its long-term agreement with Iran on the Chabahar port project, emphasizing its broader regional benefits amidst warnings of...

Researchers Uncover Hidden 64-Kilometre Nile River Branch, Unraveling Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

A groundbreaking discovery by a team of researchers from the University of North Carolina Wilmington has unveiled a long-lost 64-kilometre river branch of the...

Intense Cyclone Forming in Bay of Bengal, Set to Impact Multiple Indian States

An intense cyclone is currently forming in the Bay of Bengal and is anticipated to impact the Indian states of Odisha, Maharashtra, and Gujarat...

Majority of Indians Experiencing Climate Change Effects, Many Considering Relocation

A significant 85% of people surveyed in India report already feeling the effects of climate change, with over a third considering or having already...

UCSD Researchers Find Different Brain Cells Age at Different Rates, Sheds Light on Alzheimer’s Development

Researchers at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have discovered that different types of brain cells may age at different speeds, a finding...

Unexpected Winter Strikes Chile as Autumn Weather Takes a Dramatic Turn

Chile's capital, Santiago, was in the midst of autumn when an unexpected and extreme weather event occurred, signaling the abrupt onset of winter. Within...

India’s Strategic Vision for Green Hydrogen Unveiled at World Hydrogen Summit 2024

Rotterdam, Netherlands – On May 15, 2024, Shri Bhupinder Singh Bhalla, Secretary of the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Government of India, addressed...

Scientists Identify Seven Stars as Potential Hosts for Advanced Alien Civilizations

Stockholm, Sweden – An international team of researchers has potentially identified seven stars that could be hosting highly advanced alien civilizations, thanks to their...

Unveiling the Mystery of the Brain Microbiome: A New Frontier in Neuroscience

The spotlight on gut microbes has now shifted to the brain, with emerging research shedding light on the existence of a brain microbiome. Although...

NASA’s Hubble Captures Spectacular Triple-Star System 550 Light-Years Away

In a mesmerizing display of cosmic wonder, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured an exquisite image of a triple-star system located 550 light-years away....

Earth’s Poles Are Moving And Will Flip, Why Is That A Cause Of Worry?

Summary: Scientists have detected an alarming acceleration in the movement of Earth's magnetic poles, raising concerns about the potential for a magnetic reversal. Such...

Massive Planet As Light And Fluffy As Cotton Candy Puzzles Scientists

Summary: Astronomers have made a startling discovery: a planet 50% larger than Jupiter that defies conventional expectations of density. Dubbed WASP-193b, this enigmatic gas...

US Justice Department Clears Path for Boeing Prosecution Over 737 MAX Crashes

The US Justice Department has issued a landmark decision, allowing for the potential prosecution of aerospace giant Boeing in connection with the tragic crashes...

Scientists Warn of Impending Solar Storm After Recent Sun Eruptions

Summary: Scientists have issued a warning about a potent solar storm expected to strike Earth this week following powerful eruptions from the Sun. With...

Apple Prepares to Launch Vision Pro Mixed-Reality Headset Globally

Summary: Apple is expanding its reach with the Vision Pro mixed-reality headset, training international store employees in Cupertino, California, to demonstrate the $3,499 device....

Scientists Develop Groundbreaking Technology to Read People’s Minds with Remarkable Accuracy

Summary: Researchers from California's Caltech have made significant advancements in mind-reading technology, decoding participants' thoughts into words with 79% accuracy. The breakthrough brain-machine interface...

DECam Captivating Images Capture “God’s Hand” A Cometary Globule Reaching into Space

A remarkable series of images, captured by the Dark Energy Camera (DECam) mounted on the Victor M. Blanco Telescope in Chile, unveils a celestial...

NASA Unveils “FLOAT” Levitating Robot Train for Lunar Surface

NASA is gearing up to revolutionize lunar transportation with its latest project, the "Flexible Levitation on a Track" (FLOAT), which will see the development...

NASA Captures Breathtaking Image of Half-Frozen Pangong Tso Lake from Space

NASA, renowned for its stunning images of Earth and the Universe, recently shared a captivating photograph of a half-frozen Pangong Tso lake taken from...

Astronomers Stunned by Discovery of Colossal “Big Ring” in Cosmos

In a cosmic revelation that challenges our understanding of the universe, astronomers have uncovered a monumental structure dubbed the Big Ring. Spanning an unprecedented...

FU Orionis Star System’s Violent Eruptions Explained After Decades of Speculation

In the serene expanse of the Milky Way, most stars go about their business quietly, but one star refuses to conform to the norm....

Researchers Discover Coffee Waste Boosts Concrete Strength by 30%

Researchers in Australia have unveiled a groundbreaking discovery that could revolutionize the construction industry while tackling environmental challenges. By incorporating charred coffee grounds into...

Fossils Being Formed Today Will Show How Humans Disrupted Life On Earth

When we think of fossils, it's often ancient relics like dinosaurs that come to mind. However, fossils being formed today are providing crucial insights...

Earth Faces Close Encounter with Large Asteroid Tonight

A 250-feet asteroid, nearly the size of a building, is set to pass close to Earth tonight, causing a stir among astronomers and space...

Cannabis Reclassified to Schedule III Paving the Way for Revolutionary Pain Management Solutions

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency's recent decision to reclassify cannabis from a Schedule I to a less restricted Schedule III drug marks a significant...

Chinese Aerosol Reductions Linked to ‘Blob’ pacific Ocean Heatwaves, Study Finds

Abnormally warm patches of water in the Pacific Ocean, often referred to as 'blobs', have been having a disastrous effect on marine ecosystems since...

NASA Explains Phenomenon Behind Spectacular Auroras Illuminating Earth’s Skies

Auroras, the mesmerizing celestial light shows, have once again graced the skies across several regions, captivating spectators with their vibrant hues of pink, green,...

Mysterious “Big Ring” Challenges Cosmological Understanding

Astronomers have stumbled upon a baffling anomaly in the distant Universe: a colossal ring of galaxies, spanning an astounding 1.3 billion light-years in diameter,...

15-Year Study Reveals Secrets of Antarctic Blue Whales’ Sonic World

After 15 years of dedicated research, scientists have unveiled groundbreaking insights into the intricate sonic universe of Antarctic blue whales. Utilizing passive acoustic devices...

New Study Shows Exercise Slows Perception of Time

Ever feel like time slows down when you're working out? Turns out, you're not imagining it. A recent study conducted by psychologists from the...

Venezuela’s Last Glacier Melts Away Grim Milestone in the Fight Against Climate Change

In a stark symbol of climate change's impact, Venezuela has become the first nation to lose all its glaciers, marking a somber milestone in...

Scientists Develop “Cage of Cages” Material to Combat Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In a significant breakthrough, scientists from the UK and China have engineered a porous material with the potential to significantly reduce our carbon footprint...

Single Drop of Blood Could Soon Reveal Your Risk of Developing MS

As treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) advance, researchers are on the brink of a breakthrough: a simple blood test that could predict the onset...

ISRO Achieves Milestone with Successful Testing of 3D-Printed Rocket Engine

In a significant leap forward, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has accomplished a major milestone with the successful testing of a 3D-printed rocket...

NASA shared Sun unleashed X-class Powerful Solar Flares this week

US Space Agency NASA regularly shares stunning images from our universe, leaving the space lovers mesmerised. NASA's social media handle is a treasure trove...

Plants’ Secret Language How They Hear Airborne Alarms

Plants, although seemingly stationary and silent, are far from passive in the face of danger. Imperceptible to the human eye, they engage in a...

Scientists Develop Novel “Cage of Cages” Material for Greenhouse Gas Capture

In a significant breakthrough, scientists have engineered a groundbreaking porous material, described as a "cage of cages," designed to trap carbon dioxide (CO2) and...

Astronomers Discover Hellish Super-Earth with Atmosphere Beyond Our Solar System

In a breakthrough discovery, astronomers have identified a rocky exoplanet with an atmosphere beyond our solar system, marking a significant milestone in the quest...

Iceland Unveils World’s Largest Carbon Capture Facility Mammoth

Iceland has emerged as a key player in the fight against climate change with the launch of Mammoth, the world's largest facility for extracting...

Study Finds Cancer Causing Chemicals in Car Cabin Air

A concerning new study has revealed that individuals are inhaling cancer causing chemicals while inside their cars. Published in Environmental Science & Technology, the...

Discovery of Atmospheric Richness on Exoplanet Janssen

For the first time, astronomers have uncovered evidence of a substantial atmosphere surrounding a rocky world beyond our Solar System. Although not suitable for...

Scientists Develop Promising Vaccine Strategy Against Future Coronavirus Pandemics

The rapid development of vaccines against COVID-19 marked a significant scientific achievement, saving millions of lives worldwide. However, the devastating effects of the pandemic...

Cheops Discovers Spectacular ‘Glory Effect’ on Distant Exoplanet, Unveiling Enigmatic Atmospheric Phenomenon

In a groundbreaking discovery, astronomers have detected a rare atmospheric phenomenon known as the "glory effect" on a distant exoplanet outside our Solar System....

Indian-Origin Astronaut Sunita Williams Set to Embark on Historic Journey Aboard Boeing’s Starliner: All You Need to Know

As anticipation mounts for another milestone in space exploration, Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams prepares to embark on a groundbreaking mission aboard the Boeing Starliner...

Indian-Origin Astronaut Sunita Williams Prepares for Third Space Odyssey Aboard Boeing’s Starliner “Calypso”

As the countdown commences for another historic journey into the cosmos, Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams stands poised to embark on her third space mission,...

NASA Unveils Immersive Black Hole Simulation: Journey into the Heart of Cosmic Mysteries

Embark on a mesmerizing voyage into the depths of a black hole, courtesy of a groundbreaking visualisation crafted by NASA's astrophysical experts. Led by...

White Dwarfs’ Mysterious Appetite Unveiled: Recent Research Sheds Light on Their Cosmic Dining Habits

In a groundbreaking revelation, recent research has uncovered the enigmatic behavior of white dwarfs, shedding light on their consumption of nearby planetesimals and the...

Earth Braces for Impact as Sun Unleashes Consecutive Flare To Threatening Technological Infrastructure

In a dramatic display of solar activity, the Sun has unleashed a series of powerful flares, posing potential risks to Earth's technological infrastructure and...

Indian-Origin Astronaut Sunita Williams Set to Make History with Boeing Starliner Maiden Mission

Indian-origin astronaut Captain Sunita Williams is poised to embark on a historic journey aboard the Boeing Starliner spacecraft, marking her third mission into space....

Future of Hydropower in a Changing Climate  Challenges, Innovations, and Strategies for Sustainability

Hydropower once hailed as a reliable, cheap, and low-carbon energy source, is facing turbulent waters in an era of increasing climate volatility. Recent droughts...

New Study Reveals Surprising Link Between Coffee Consumption and Longevity

A groundbreaking new study published in the Journal of Health Research has unveiled a surprising correlation between coffee consumption and longevity. Contrary to previous...

Unveiling the Mystery of Taam Ja’ World’s Deepest Blue Hole

Hidden beneath the azure waters off the southeast coast of Mexico lies a natural wonder shrouded in mystery – Taam Ja', the world's deepest...

Tyrannosaurus rex Dim-Witted Dope or Brainy Brawn? New Study Weighs In

The debate over the intelligence of Tyrannosaurus rex continues to captivate researchers, with a recent paper adding fuel to the fire by challenging the...

Parasitic Microbes Found Altering Host Metabolism for the First Time

In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers have uncovered the presence of parasitic microbes that are literally changing the metabolism of their hosts. The culprits behind...

75,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Woman’s Face Reconstructed

Archaeologists in the UK have revealed the reconstructed face of a 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman, offering a glimpse into the appearance of our ancient ancestors....

Solar Orbiter Video Captures Sun’s Fluffy Plasma Structures in Mesmerizing Detail

ESA's Solar Orbiter mission has provided an astonishing new perspective of the Sun, revealing mesmerizing details of its surface features in unprecedented clarity. A...

Researchers Unravel Mystery of Rare Massive Antarctic Sea Ice Opening

A team of researchers has uncovered the long-elusive explanation behind a rare phenomenon: the formation of a massive opening in the sea ice around...

Solar Flare Triggers Radio Blackouts Across Pacific Region

A recent powerful solar flare originating from sunspot region AR3654 caused widespread radio blackouts across the Pacific region. The eruption, which lasted for 12...

Unveiling the Harsh Realities of Exoplanet Astrolábos: A World of Extremes

Nestled in the permanent shadow of its host star WASP-43, the enigmatic exoplanet Astrolábos presents a formidable spectacle of tempestuous skies and scorching temperatures,...

Unveiling the Harsh Realities of Exoplanet Astrolábos A World of Extremes

Nestled in the permanent shadow of its host star WASP-43, the enigmatic exoplanet Astrolábos presents a formidable spectacle of tempestuous skies and scorching temperatures,...

Unleashing the Potential of 6G Glimpse into the Future of Connectivity

With the dawn of 6G on the horizon, the realm of cellular technology stands poised for yet another transformative leap forward. Building upon the...

Scientists Unravel Mystery of Antarctic Polynya Formation in Ice

After decades of puzzlement, scientists have finally unlocked the secrets behind the formation of a massive hole in the Antarctic sea ice known as...

Rising Temperatures in India’s Metro Cities Understanding the Urban Heat Island Effect

As the calendar flips to May, India's major metropolitan cities are experiencing a surge in temperatures, with Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru all recording...

AstraZeneca’s Covishield and TTS Separating Fact from Fiction

The admission by AstraZeneca, the developer and manufacturer of the Covishield COVID-19 vaccine, regarding the potential risk of Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome (TTS) as...

Study Reveals Enhanced Possibility of Water Ice in Lunar Polar Craters

Bengaluru: A recent study conducted by scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has uncovered compelling evidence suggesting an increased likelihood of water...

Groundbreaking Research Reveals Brainstem’s Role in Sustaining Consciousness

In a groundbreaking discovery, a collaborative team of researchers from the US and France has unveiled compelling evidence suggesting that the brainstem, specifically a...

India Successfully Tests Supersonic Missile-Assisted Release of Torpedo System SMART

In a significant milestone for India's defense capabilities, the Supersonic Missile-Assisted Release of Torpedo (SMART) system was successfully flight-tested on May 1, 2024, at...

New Theory Suggests Environmental Factors May Trigger Parkinson’s Disease

Recent research proposes a novel perspective on the development of Parkinson's disease, suggesting that environmental factors may play a significant role in triggering the...

Israeli Scientists Uncover Colorful New Species of Flea Preserved in Amber

In a discovery reminiscent of a journey back in time, Israeli scientists have unearthed a new species of flea preserved in amber, providing a...

Physicists Mimic Black Hole to Probe Elusive Hawking Radiation

In a groundbreaking experiment, physicists have successfully recreated a black hole analog using a chain of atoms, shedding new light on the elusive phenomenon...

Study Finds Elevated Levels of Toxic Metals in Teenagers Who Vape

A recent study led by researchers from the University of Nebraska has raised concerns about the potential health risks associated with teenage vaping. The...

NASA Captures Stunning Infrared Images of Horsehead Nebula

US space agency NASA continues to astound space enthusiasts with breathtaking images from the cosmos, and its recent post on Instagram is no exception....

Study Reveals Skin Absorption of Flame Retardants, Raising Health Concerns

New research has uncovered a previously overlooked pathway for human exposure to flame retardants, shedding light on potential health risks associated with these chemicals....

Indian Ocean Basin Faces Accelerated Warming, Alarming Research Predicts Dire Consequences

A groundbreaking research paper has shed light on the alarming pace of warming in the Indian Ocean basin, projecting a rapid increase in temperatures...

Scientists Uncover Brain Pathway Hijacked by Cocaine and Morphine, Leading to Addiction

In a groundbreaking study, scientists have pinpointed the neural pathway shared by addictive drugs like cocaine and morphine, shedding light on how these substances...

Mystery of Spontaneous Mummification Haunts Colombian Town

In the tranquil town of San Bernardo nestled high in the Colombian Andes, a perplexing phenomenon has captured the attention of locals and visitors...

Hunting for Life: James Webb Space Telescope Targets Distant Planet

In a quest to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos and potentially discover extraterrestrial life, scientists are turning their gaze towards a distant world...

El Niño Fades, ENSO-Neutral Conditions Expected in May

The recent observations from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) and the Climate Prediction Center (CPC-NOAA) suggest a transition from El Niño to ENSO-neutral...

Scientists Develop Promising Vaccine Against Drug-Resistant Superbug

In a significant breakthrough against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, scientists have developed a vaccine targeting molecules on the surface of Staphylococcus aureus, a notorious superbug known...

Hypertension Drug Rilmenidine Shows Potential to Slow Aging, Study Finds

A groundbreaking study has revealed that the hypertension drug rilmenidine could hold the key to slowing down aging, offering the tantalizing possibility of extended...

Israel Prepares for Last Chance Ceasefire Talks Amid Threat of Military Offensive in Gaza

In a bid to secure a ceasefire and hostage deal, Israel is engaging in crucial talks with Egyptian representatives, marking what officials describe as...

“Spider” Patterns on Mars: A Natural Phenomenon

Recently, the European Space Agency (ESA) released an image captured by the Mars Express spacecraft, revealing what appears to be a swarm of spiders...

Potential Dangers of Neotame on Gut Health

Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) have conducted a study revealing concerning potential dangers associated with neotame, a relatively new artificial sweetener commonly found...

Study Reveals Gender Differences in Brain Development

A recent study conducted by Joel Frohlich and colleagues at the University of Tubingen in Germany suggests that brain activity in baby girls may...

Scientist found a New Method For Rapidly Growing Diamonds Production Faster

In a groundbreaking development, researchers have devised a new method for rapidly growing diamonds, significantly reducing the time required from weeks to just 150...

Navigating the Cosmos: NASA’s Advanced Composite Solar Sail System

Solar sails, the celestial counterparts of sail ships, harness the gentle yet inexorable push of sunlight to traverse the vast expanse of space. Evoking...

OnePlus Watch 2 Unveils New Nordic Blue Edition in Europe

The OnePlus Watch 2, initially introduced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in February, has now expanded its color options with the launch...

Capturing the Liquid Tango of Proteins and Fats: A Breakthrough in Molecular Dynamics Imaging

In a groundbreaking achievement, scientists have delved into the dynamic interplay between proteins and fats within our cells, capturing their fluid choreography in what...

Hubble’s Hidden Treasure: Unveiling Asteroids from Decades-Old Data

The Hubble Space Telescope, revered for its enduring legacy in astronomical discovery, has once again proven its value by revealing a trove of over...

NASA Astronaut Sunita L. Williams Prepares for Historic Crew Flight Test Mission

Sunita L. Williams, a distinguished NASA astronaut, is gearing up for a significant milestone in her illustrious career: piloting the Crew Flight Test mission...

Birthdate Determines Destiny: How Squid Mating Strategies Are Shaped by Hatching Timing

While some may dismiss astrology's influence on fate, a recent study from Japan reveals that for certain squid mating & squid birthdate plays a...

Pink Moon Illuminates Lyrid Meteor Shower: Tips for Spectacular Viewing

As the Lyrid meteor shower graces the night skies this week, stargazers worldwide are gearing up for a celestial spectacle. From April 15 to...

Incredible Discovery Unveils Ancient Shark Fossils of Ptychodus from Late Cretaceous Period in Mexico

In a groundbreaking discovery that has captured the imagination of scientists worldwide, paleontologists have unearthed a series of remarkably well-preserved shark fossils from the...

Astronomers Propose Panspermia Theory: Could Alien Life Arrive on Earth via Meteors?

The quest for extraterrestrial life has taken a fascinating turn as astronomers propose a radical idea: could alien lifeforms be hitching rides on meteors...

Isro Study Reveals Alarming Expansion of Glacial Lakes in Indian Himalayas

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has uncovered concerning findings regarding the rapid expansion of glacial lakes across the Indian Himalayan region. In a...

Mystery Solved: Asteroid Kamo’oalewa Likely a Chunk of the Moon

In the vast expanse of space, mysteries often abound, but every now and then, a piece of the puzzle falls neatly into place. Such...

NASA Unveils Mesmerizing Images of Jupiter’s Stormy Weather, Revealing the Mysteries of the Gas Giant’s Turbulent Atmosphere

NASA continues to mesmerize us with stunning images of the cosmos, this time taking us on a captivating journey to Jupiter's stormy weather. In...

Pro-China President Mohamed Muizzu’s Coalition Sweeps Maldives Parliamentary Elections Reflecting Closer Ties with China

In a resounding victory for President Mohamed Muizzu’s ruling coalition, Maldives' parliamentary election witnessed a landslide win for his People’s National Congress (PNC) party...

Researchers find the Phenomenon of a “Perfect Tidal Storm” Exoplanet Orbiting HD 104067

In a recent study accepted to The Astronomical Journal, an international team of researchers has embarked on a groundbreaking journey to unravel the enigmatic...

Muhammad Faris, Syria’s First Cosmonaut, Passes Away at 72

Muhammad Faris, the trailblazing cosmonaut who became the first and only astronaut from Syria, breathed his last on Friday at the age of 72....

Jupiter’s Moon Io Unveils Spectacular Volcanic Activity in Close-Up Images

NASA's Juno spacecraft recently captured stunning close-up images of Jupiter's moon Io, revealing its tumultuous volcanic activity in unprecedented detail. Io, the most volcanically...

Quantum Physics Explores “Many More Worlds” Beyond Many Worlds Interpretation

Quantum physics, the realm where reality dances with probability, has always been a playground of the mind, challenging our perception of the universe. In...

Understanding the Link Between Sleep and Diabetes: Insights from a Recent Study

In the fast-paced modern world, sleep often takes a backseat to the demands of daily life. However, recent research has shed light on the...

Study Links Antipsychotic Treatments to Serious Side Effects in Dementia Patients

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has raised concerns about the use of antipsychotic treatments in patients with dementia, citing...

Study Suggests Alien Life Might Be Purple, Covered in Bacteria

In a groundbreaking study published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, researchers have proposed a fascinating theory: alien life forms...

Study Reveals Alarming Increase in Atrial Fibrillation Cases Silent Killer

A groundbreaking study conducted by Danish researchers has uncovered a startling revelation: atrial fibrillation (AFib), a serious heart condition known as the "silent killer",...

Physicists Discover Unexpected Quantum Hybrid State on Arsenic Crystal Surface

In a groundbreaking revelation, physicists from Princeton University have stumbled upon an unforeseen phenomenon lurking on the surface of an arsenic crystal during their...

Climate Change to Shrink Global GDP by Almost a Fifth by 2050, Study Warns

In a stark warning, researchers revealed on Wednesday that climate change caused by carbon dioxide emissions already present in the atmosphere will lead to...

Mars Express Celebrates 25,000 Orbits with Never-Before-Seen Images of Mars’ Volcanic Region

The European Space Agency (ESA) Marks a Milestone as Mars Express Completes its 25,000th Loop Around the Red Planet, Unveiling Stunning New Images of...

Blinking Enhances Visual Perception, New Research Suggests

New Delhi: Blinking, often considered a reflexive action to keep our eyes moist, may serve a more significant purpose, suggests recent research. According to...

Ancient Sacrificial Rite Unearthed: Stone Age Women Possibly Forced into Self-Strangulation

In a chilling revelation, archaeologists have uncovered evidence suggesting Stone Age women in the central Rhône Valley may have been coerced into self-strangulation, believed...

Decoding the Voynich Manuscript: Unraveling the Mysteries of Late-Medieval Sexology

The Voynich manuscript, an enigmatic late-medieval document adorned with illustrations of stars, planets, plants, and curious symbols, has long captivated the imagination of historians...

Space Junk Crashes Through Florida Home, NASA Confirms

Last month, a startling incident unfolded in Naples, Florida, when a cylindrical object crashed through the roof of a home, causing damage but thankfully...

Unveiling the Molecular Mechanisms Behind Bitter Taste Sensation

The unmistakable sensation of bitterness, often associated with certain foods and beverages, has long intrigued scientists. Now, thanks to groundbreaking research led by a...

700 Species of Wildlife Discovered in Cambodian Mangroves: Biodiversity Survey Unveils Astonishing Findings

The biodiversity survey conducted in the Cambodian mangroves near the Peam Krasop sanctuary has revealed astonishing findings, showcasing the richness of wildlife in this...

Unraveling the Mysteries of Menstrual Cycles: A Blend of Biology and Chronobiology

For centuries, the association between the human menstrual cycle and the phases of the Moon has intrigued cultures worldwide. While the similarities in cycle...

Tesla Plans Global Workforce Reduction Amidst Business Restructuring

In a significant move impacting its global operations, Tesla, the pioneering electric vehicle manufacturer led by CEO Elon Musk, announced plans to lay off...

Stunning Discovery: Mercury Once as Large as Earth, Reveals Study

Nicola Mari, a planetary geologist from the University of Pavia in Italy, recently made a groundbreaking discovery during a visit to Cyprus - a...

Discovery: Single-Celled Ocean Alga Hosts Nitrogen-Harvesting Organelle

In a remarkable revelation, scientists have identified a new player in the league of organisms capable of extracting nitrogen from the atmosphere and converting...

Researchers Uncover How Key Ingredient for Cell Energy Production Could Form in Deep Space

In a groundbreaking study published in Science Advances on March 15, researchers may have unraveled the mystery of how glyceric acid, a crucial ingredient...

IISc Scientists Develop Sustainable Hydrogel to Combat Microplastic Pollution in Water

Microplastics, pervasive pollutants infiltrating ecosystems worldwide, pose a significant threat to environmental and human health. To tackle this pressing issue, scientists at the Indian...

Brightest Gamma-Ray Burst, GRB 221009A, Linked to Massive Star Collapse, Yet Leaves Mystery of Heavy Elements Unsolved

Northwestern University has confirmed that GRB 221009A, the brightest gamma-ray burst ever recorded, resulted from the collapse and explosion of a massive star. However,...

Study Reveals Personality Changes in Organ Transplant Recipients

Researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine delved into the fascinating realm of personality changes following organ transplant surgeries, shedding light on...

NASA’s DART Mission: Collateral Damage Could Bring Martian Impact Craters

In September 2022, NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission successfully diverted the course of the asteroid Dimorphos, but it appears the mission's aftermath...

Study Reveals Surprising Personality Shifts in Organ Transplant Recipients

The most intriguing finding involved "disconnected memories." Researchers from the University of Colorado School of Medicine looked into whether organ recipients experience personality shifts...

Sergei Krikalev: The Cosmonaut Caught Amidst History’s Unraveling

In the annals of space exploration, few stories rival the extraordinary journey of Sergei Krikalev, a veteran cosmonaut whose mission to the Mir space...

Vast Subterranean Ocean Discovered Deep Beneath Earth’s Surface

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, have unveiled a vast reservoir of water hidden deep within the Earth's mantle,...

Breakthrough Study Reveals New Mechanism Behind Asthma Attacks

A groundbreaking study led by scientists at King's College London has uncovered a novel mechanism underlying asthma attacks, potentially paving the way for revolutionary...

Researchers Target Key Enzyme, Offering Hope in the Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance

In a groundbreaking development, scientists at Uppsala University in Sweden have unveiled a potential game-changer in the battle against drug-resistant bacterial infections. This novel...

Scuba Divers Conduct Unique Voter Awareness Campaign in Chennai

In a novel initiative to promote voter awareness, a group of six scuba divers in Chennai took to the depths of the sea to...

NASA’s LRO Captures South Korea’s Danuri Lunar Orbiter in Stunning Images

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has recently captured captivating images of a peculiar, silver surfboard-shaped object orbiting the Moon. Initially resembling a scene from...

US Study Reveals Link Between Low-Level Blasts and Gut Health, Cognition

A shocking revelation has emerged from a recent study, shedding light on the potential health implications of exposure to repetitive, low-level blasts, particularly in...

Astronomers Confirm Tidally Locked Super Earth Exoplanet, LHS 3844 b

In a groundbreaking discovery, astronomers have confirmed the existence of LHS 3844 b, also known as Kua'kua, a super Earth exoplanet that orbits an...

Global Wonder: Total Solar Eclipse Enchants Viewers Worldwide

The recent total solar eclipse captivated audiences across North America, leaving spectators in awe as the moon gracefully passed between the Earth and the...

Spectacular Views of Total Solar Eclipse Delight Viewers Across North America

The recent total solar eclipse mesmerized observers across North America, offering a rare celestial spectacle as the moon traversed between the Earth and the...

Stool Transplants Show Promise in Alleviating Parkinson’s Symptoms, Study Finds

Parkinson's disease, a neurodegenerative disorder with no cure, may find a new avenue of treatment through a groundbreaking discovery by researchers from Ghent University...

In Ballia’s Scorching Heat, a Battle for Survival Amidst Political Rhetoric: The Unseen Impact of Extreme Climate on India’s Marginalized

In the sweltering heat of Ballia, Kiran Paswan's daily struggle epitomizes the harsh realities faced by countless individuals grappling with poverty and environmental adversity....

Eclipse Mania Sweeps North America: A Celestial Spectacle

On Monday, North America was gripped by eclipse mania as a mesmerizing celestial event unfolded, captivating tens of millions of people and offering a...

Eclipse Mania Sweeps North America: A Celestial Spectacle

On Monday, North America was gripped by eclipse mania as a mesmerizing celestial event unfolded, captivating tens of millions of people and offering a...

Peru’s Battle Against Looting of Ancient Artifacts Intensifies Amidst Claims of Trafficking

In the remote Nazca region of Peru, a clandestine cave, concealed within the rugged terrain, has emerged as a focal point of controversy, housing...

Unlocking Cosmic Secrets: Meteorite-Rich Glass Reveals Clues About Earth’s Past

The quest to unravel the mysteries of Earth's formation and evolution has long captivated planetary scientists, driving them to explore space rocks for insights...

Thousands Evacuated as Dam Burst Triggers Flooding in Southern Urals

In a dramatic turn of events, nearly 4,500 individuals in Russia's Orenburg region found themselves amidst a crisis as flooding ensued following the rupture...

Cosmic Spectacle: Rare Explosion 3,000 Light Years Away Set to Illuminate Night Sky

In a celestial dance spanning millennia, a binary star system nestled within the constellation Corona Borealis, known as the "northern crown," is poised to...

Alien Atmosphere Sheds Light on Exoplanetary Glory

In the unforgiving depths of space, amidst the harsh conditions of an alien world known as WASP-76b, astronomers have stumbled upon a breathtaking sight...

Microplastic Intrusion Threatens 2nd-Century Archaeological Site in York

A groundbreaking study has revealed a disturbing revelation in the heart of York, UK, where microplastics have infiltrated a 2nd-century archaeological site, raising concerns...

Global Prostate Cancer Cases Set to Double by 2040, Lancet Study Warns

A Lancet report published Thursday has issued a stark warning: the number of new prostate cancer cases worldwide is projected to more than double...

Scientists Discover 13 New Viruses in Antarctica, Two with Potential Human Impact

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists from Arizona State University (ASU) have unearthed 13 previously unknown viruses in the remote reaches of Antarctica, with two...

LSST Camera: A Giant Leap in Astronomy Prepares to Probe Universe’s Mysteries

In a groundbreaking stride towards unlocking the secrets of the cosmos, scientists are gearing up to deploy the Legacy Survey of Space and Time...

Humans Transmit More Viruses to Animals Than Vice Versa, Study Finds

Contrary to popular belief, humans pose a greater risk of transmitting viruses to animals than animals do to humans, a new study from University...

NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures Stunning Image of “Fierce and Fabulous” Tarantula Nebula

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has once again captivated space enthusiasts with a breathtaking image of the Tarantula Nebula, described as "fierce and fabulous" by...

White House Directs NASA to Establish Unified Time Standard for Celestial Bodies

The White House has announced its directive to NASA to develop a unified time standard for the Moon and other celestial bodies, aiming to...

North Korea Claims Successful Test of New Hypersonic Missile

North Korea announced on Wednesday that it had conducted a successful test of a new mid- to long-range solid-fuel hypersonic missile, as reported by...

Six Genes Identified as Central to Emotional Response and Meaning Perception

Recent research has uncovered a groundbreaking revelation about the genetic basis of personality, shedding new light on how individuals process emotions and perceive meaning....

Massive Ocean Discovered Deep Below Earth’s Surface 700 kilometers below

A groundbreaking scientific discovery has captured the world's attention, revealing the existence of a vast ocean hidden beneath the Earth's crust. Located a staggering...

South Korean Scientists Achieve Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion with KSTAR

South Korean scientists have achieved a remarkable milestone in nuclear fusion research using the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) device, often referred to...

NASA Analyzing Object That Crashed into Florida Man’s Home, Suspected to Be Space Debris

NASA announced on Tuesday that it is investigating an object that crashed into a Florida man's home, potentially originating from the International Space Station...

Exploring the Feasibility and Challenges of Brain Transplantation: A Journey Into Science Fiction

In 2015, neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero sparked global fascination by proposing the concept of performing the world's first human head transplant. While this idea remains...

Study Reveals Household Chemicals’ Potential Adverse Effects on Brain Development

A recent study conducted by researchers at Western Reserve University School of Medicine has unveiled the potential risks posed by everyday household chemicals to...

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Captures Stunning 360-Degree Panorama of Mars Valley

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) Curiosity Mars Rover has unveiled a breathtaking 360-degree panoramic view of the Gediz Vallis channel on Mars....

Exploring the Strangest Eyes in the Animal Kingdom

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Unraveling the Mystery of Chirality: A Study on the Tesselations of Simple Shapes

From the helix of a strand of DNA to the arrangements of protein's building blocks, the twists and swirls of biochemistry often follow a...

Archaeological Discoveries in Nevada Revive Legend of Red-Haired Giants: The Lovelock Giants

Recent archaeological discoveries in Nevada have reignited interest in a long-held legend of red-haired giants who once roamed the Americas, according to The Independent....

Sixth sense Gender Differences in Interoception Could Explain Disparities in Mental Health

The concept of a "sixth sense" has intrigued humans for centuries, as it represents an intuitive understanding beyond our conventional five senses. While traditionally...

Unraveling the Mystery of the Sun’s Bizarre Rotation with Varying Spin Rates Across Different Latitudes

The Sun's rotation is a peculiar phenomenon that has long baffled scientists. Unlike what one might expect, its surface exhibits differential rotation, with varying...

Skyroot Successfully Test-Fires Stage-2 of Vikram-1 Rocket, Marks Milestone in Indian Space Industry

In a significant development, Skyroot, an Indian space start-up, has achieved a major milestone by successfully conducting the test-firing of the stage-2 propulsion system...

Global Warming Slowing Earth’s Rotation: Clocks May Need Adjustment

A recent study published in Nature suggests that global warming-induced polar ice melt is causing the Earth to spin slower, potentially necessitating adjustments to...

Study Warns Planting Trees in Wrong Places Could Worsen Global Warming

Scientists have cautioned that planting trees in unsuitable locations may exacerbate global warming, highlighting the importance of strategic tree planting to effectively combat climate...

Unearthed Stardust: Rare Cosmic Particle Reveals Ancient Supernova Origin

A minuscule grain of dust retrieved from an ancient meteorite in Antarctica has unveiled an extraordinary tale of cosmic origins. Composed of the mineral...

New Research Suggests Human Brain Size Increasing Over Time, Potentially Lowering Dementia Risk

Recent research indicates a fascinating trend: the size of the human brain may be gradually increasing across generations, potentially reducing the risk of dementia...

Moon’s Influence on Coral Reef Sounds Reveals Ecosystem Activity

A recent study has shed light on how the Moon's movements influence the sounds emanating from coral reefs, providing valuable insights into ecosystem activity....

Link Found Between Low Household Income and Faster Brain Aging

A groundbreaking study conducted by researchers from the University of Lausanne and the University of Geneva in Switzerland has revealed a significant correlation between...

NASA’s Next-Gen Space Station: Orbital Reef Takes Strides Towards Reality

As the International Space Station (ISS) approaches its eventual retirement, NASA is investing substantial resources into potential successors, with one standout contender being Orbital...

NASA Shares Mesmerizing Image of Pluto’s Moon Charon: Here’s What We Know

US space agency NASA regularly shares stunning images of our universe, leaving space lovers mesmerised. The social media handle of the National Aeronautics and...

C-DOT’s Mobile-Enabled Disaster Resilience Project Nominated for Prestigious WSIS Prize 2024

New Delhi, India - The Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), a pioneering Telecom R&D center under the Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications,...

Russian Soyuz Spacecraft Successfully Launched with International Crew

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft, carrying a Russian cosmonaut, a Belarusian astronaut, and an American astronaut, successfully launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on...

State of the Climate Report: 2023 Hottest Year on Record, WMO Finds

In a sobering revelation, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has declared 2023 as the hottest year on record, according to its latest annual State...

NASA’s DART Mission Reshapes Asteroid Dimorphos reshaped its physical structure

In a groundbreaking achievement for planetary defense, NASA's Dart mission has not only succeeded in altering the course of an asteroid but has also...

India’s “Swadeshi Space Shuttle” Pushpak Successfully Lands in Karnataka

In a momentous achievement for India's space exploration endeavors, Pushpak, an SUV-sized winged rocket hailed as the "swadeshi space shuttle," completed a successful landing...

Orcas Off the Coast of California: Masters of Open Water Hunting Targeting Marine Mammals

Orcas, also known as killer whales, are renowned for their hunting prowess, but recent research sheds light on the specialized techniques employed by a...

PFAS: The Hidden Health Threat in Our Blood increased cardiovascular disease risk

Per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), also known as 'forever chemicals,' have silently infiltrated our environments and bodies, posing a growing health risk worldwide....

Astronomers Discover Margarita Ingredients in Space: Implications for Habitable Worlds

In a fascinating discovery, astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have stumbled upon an unexpected find: the key ingredients needed to concoct a...

Unlocking the Secrets of Interoception: Understanding the Body’s Hidden Signals

Our bodies are constantly communicating with us, sending signals from internal organs to the brain. While we may not always be aware of these...

When Parasites Make the Best of an Unfortunate Situation

We've all found ourselves in situations we'd rather avoid, from tedious meetings to obligatory social gatherings. Interestingly, this phenomenon isn't unique to humans; even...

Scientists Uncover Evidence of Largest Holocene Eruption in Kikai Caldera

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have identified what they believe to be the largest volcanic eruption ever recorded during the Holocene epoch, taking place...

SpaceX’s Starship Achieves Orbital Insertion Despite Loss of Communication

In a historic leap forward for space exploration, SpaceX's Starship, hailed as the largest and most powerful rocket in history, soared into the skies...

Galapagos Island Species at Risk on the High Seas

Industrial fishing vessels loom ominously on the fringes of Ecuador's Galapagos Marine Reserve, a sanctuary for a diverse array of marine life including hammerhead...

New Study Warns of Potential Subduction Zone Awakening Beneath Strait of Gibraltar

A groundbreaking study published in the journal Geology has uncovered startling evidence suggesting that a dormant subduction zone lying beneath the Strait of Gibraltar...

SpaceX’s Starship Rocket Test Flight Nears Success, Ends in Disintegration Return to Earth

SpaceX's ambitious Starship rocket, intended for missions to the moon and beyond, came closer than ever to completing a successful test flight on Thursday,...

AI’s Ambitions Clash with Reality: Pragmatism Prevails at SXSW festival in Austin

Austin, United States, Artificial intelligence (AI) enthusiasts gathered at the South By Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, to explore the potential of AI...

Scientists Utilize Unique Fluke Patterns to Track Humpback Whales Across Oceans

In the frigid waters of Antarctica, Andrea Bonilla, a Colombian scientist from Cornell University, patiently waits for two humpback whales to emerge, eager to...

Breakthrough Device Translates Throat Movements into Speech & Help in Vocal Cord Issues

A groundbreaking device developed by US-based researchers offers hope to individuals with vocal cord issues, enabling them to communicate through throat movements. The innovative...

Shared Genetic Changes Link Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia and Aging, Study Finds

A groundbreaking study conducted by US researchers has revealed striking similarities in genetic changes occurring in two distinct types of brain cells, shedding light...

Rare Glimpse: Scientists Capture Image of Developing Hammerhead Shark Embryo

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have unveiled a rare image of a hammerhead shark embryo midway through its five-month development. This remarkable glimpse into...

Juno Spacecraft Captures Stunning Image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

NASA's Juno spacecraft continues to amaze with its remarkable images of Jupiter and its mesmerizing features. Recently, NASA shared a breathtaking snapshot of the...

Bharat Ratna Professor’s Breakthrough: Unraveling the Secrets of Solar Power’s Future

A study led by Bharat Ratna Professor C N R Rao and his team has delved into the precise atomic rearrangements that occur during...

RRR Takes Center Stage at the Oscars: A Triumph for Indian Cinema

New Delhi: The grandeur of SS Rajamouli's magnum opus RRR continues to captivate audiences worldwide as it made its presence felt at this year's...

International Space Station Shares Mesmerizing City Lights Photos from Around the World

The International Space Station (ISS), floating approximately 400 kilometers above the Earth's surface, continues to captivate audiences with its breathtaking views of our planet....

Ancient Stone Tools in Ukraine Quarry Rewriting Human Migration History

A groundbreaking discovery in the depths of the Korolevo quarry in Ukraine is challenging long-held beliefs about the timeline of human migration. Buried deep...

The Surprising Chemistry of Attraction: How Like-Charged Particles Find Love in a Test Tube

In the world of particle physics, the rule 'like repels, opposites attract' reigns supreme. Yet, a team of chemists from the University of Oxford...

Mystery Unveiled of TOI-270 d A Potentially Watery Exoplanet by the James Webb Space Telescope

A groundbreaking discovery made possible by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has unveiled tantalizing clues about TOI-270 d, a distant exoplanet located 70...

Unveiling the Enigmatic TOI-270 d: A Potential Water World

In the cosmic expanse, a distant world known as TOI-270 d beckons, tantalizing astronomers with the possibility of a vast ocean enveloping its surface....

Unveiling the Mystery of the ‘Dead’ Galaxy from the Dawn of Time

In the vast expanse of the cosmos, galaxies emerge as celestial nurseries, birthing stars amidst clouds of gas and dust. Yet, amidst the cosmic...

Unveiling the Great Nothing: Exploring the Vastness of Bootes Void, the Supervoid of the Cosmos

Bootes Void, a cosmic expanse spanning approximately 330 million light-years, stands as a testament to the unfathomable vastness of the universe. Discovered in 1981...

Exploring the Mysteries of Bootes Void enigmatic located 700 million light-years away from Earth

In the vast expanse of the universe, beyond our earthly confines, lies a region known as Bootes Void, or the Great Nothing. Discovered in...

Unraveling the Tapestry of Hispanic Health: Insights from Early Modern Practices to Contemporary Inequities

The health disparities faced by Hispanic communities in the United States have deep roots in a complex history of health injustice spanning centuries. From...

Unveiling the Secrets of Giant Star-Shaped Sand Dunes: A Geological Enigma Revealed

For decades, the enigma of giant star-shaped sand dunes has perplexed scientists, their absence in geological records contrasting sharply with their prevalence in modern...

Breakthrough Catalyst Enables Efficient Urea-Assisted Hydrogen Generation

In a significant stride towards advancing clean energy solutions, scientists have unveiled a groundbreaking catalyst capable of efficiently oxidizing urea, thereby reducing the energy...

New Quantum Computing Institute in Geneva Aims for Common Good

In a bid to harness the emerging power of quantum computers for the greater good, scientists have launched the Open Quantum Institute in Geneva....

Juno Mission Samples Europa’s Atmosphere, Revealing Surprising Oxygen Levels

Jupiter's moon Europa has long tantalized scientists with its potential for harboring life, thanks to its vast ocean beneath an icy crust. Now, the...