With India reporting 9,985 coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the total number of infections crossed the 2.7 lakh-mark to reach 2,76,583 on Wednesday, including 7,745 deaths and 1,35,205 people who have been treated and discharged so far. According to the data on the health ministry website, the number of recoveries crossed the number of active cases in the country by 1,573 on Wednesday.
NASA is sending a nearly self-sufficient plant growth system to the ISS that will help prepare astronauts to grow their own food during deep-space exploration missions.
In a rare event, NASA’s Mars-orbiting MAVEN spacecraft was forced to perform a previously unplanned manoeuvre this week to avoid a head on collision with red planet’s lumpy, crater-filled moon Phobos. The Mars Atmosphere and VolatileEvolutioN (MAVEN) spacecraft has been orbiting Mars for just over two years, studying the red planet’s upper atmosphere, ionosphere and […]
The core module of the space station, named 'Tianhe-1', will be launched on board a new-generation Long March-5 heavyweight carrier rocket said CASC.
esearchers at Egypt's Nile University are developing a way to turn dried shrimp shells that would otherwise be thrown away into thin films of biodegradable plastic.
Deep-freezing donated organs might one day help improve the transplant supply so now researchers are using nanotechnology to create super heaters for preserved tissue.
Scientists today carried out a "heart transplant" on the Large Hadron Collider by replacing a key component inside one of its experiments.
NASA has made a range of software products publicly available which people can use for a wide variety of technical applications without copyright fees.
"But our new computer doesn't need to choose, for it can replicate itself and follow both paths at the same time, thus finding the answer faster"
The probe will be launched at the Wenchang Space Launch Center in southern Hainan Province.
Scientists believe dark matter - theorised, unseen particles may comprise 80 per cent of the matter in the universe.
Ancient Earth's first outer layer was a single, solid shell that later folded and cracked to give rise to continents and other land features we see today, a new study has found.
Sidharth Shukla is very protective: Arti Singh