He added that whether it is the roads, railways, Smart City project, digital health, deep sea exploration, groundwater mapping, or crop imaging, the applications of science and technology are quite visible to all.
Argoland, now dispersed as an archipelago separated by ocean basins, initially drifted northwest, contributing to the formation of several Southeast Asian islands.
The combined power of wind, sun, and batteries is leading to significant strides in the reshaping of our energy landscape
A 2023 study found that eating more planet-friendly foods could help you live a longer, healthier life.
The Covid-19 shots that seemed to appear overnight built on decades of work by Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman
As governments, coupled with research organisations and commercial clients, find the cash to make lunar missions happen and some like India do it on a shoestring budget, we face the very real prospect of moonshots becoming a truly global venture. That alone is an achievement worth celebrating
Antimicrobial resistance already kills millions and is projected to get worse. But there is little incentive for Big Pharma to tackle the issue
In late June, a team of American astrophysicists published a pre-peer-reviewed paper on the net. It claimed that massive “invisible” bosenovas may be occurring all around us all the time.
The claimed discovery of a room-temperature, ambient-pressure superconductor opens up possibilities for less restriction on their widespread practical applications.
The facilitation of this test underscores ISRO's "commitment to nurture private players, start-ups, and non-government entities in developing the country's space eco-system", the space agency said in a release
India is now the world’s third largest producer of scientific research which is a great achievement, now it needs to scale up the quality of its research
Lauding ISRO, US space agency NASA’s administrator Bill Nelson expressed anticipation for the scientific findings that will emerge from this mission.
August 15 this year will mark two decades of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee announcing the Chandrayaan programme. India hopes the failure-based design approach and robust testing done by the ISRO on C3 will ensure a successful mission and an expanded lunar exploration programme for the future.
Accelerated melting of the polar ice sheets and mountain glaciers had changed the way mass was distributed around the planet enough to influence its spin.
Scientists who announced that they had created "synthetic human embryos" should worry that the name and the still unanswered questions about how these so-called synthetic embryos were created and related misunderstandings could lead to bans that could derail this important scientific work representing a potentially significant breakthrough in the study of infertility
New scientific methods are helping researchers understand how dreams can boost brainpower
The temperature on the exoplanet, WASP-76b, rises up to 4,350 degrees Fahrenheit or 2,400 degrees Celsius, which is hot enough to vaporize iron.
.The first evidence of a virgin birth in crocodiles has been reported in a captive American crocodile at a Costa Rica zoo.
Mice fed Taurine, an amino acid, lived 10–12 percent longer; worms’ lives were extended 10-23 percent; and middle-aged monkeys showed improvements across health parameters. But we don't know the dangers of Taurine supplements to human health, including on cancerous cells. Years of research lie ahead
G20 deliberations currently ongoing in Mumbai aim to promote sustainable blue economies through advancements in science, technology, and innovation, supported by robust policy frameworks, governance initiatives, and alternative finance mechanisms.
It’s human nature to latch on to the most easily available snippets of information.
What is beyond Big Bang? Here’s an alternative to the popular theory of origin of the universe
The decade-long Zoonomia project shows that animals have a lot to teach us about our health, disease, and potentially new ideas for medicines
A recent study published in the journal Nature suggests that ancient Earth may have produced its earliest water supply.
India is going to be at par with six global countries researching quantum technology.