It is a widely accepted fact that women are ahead of men when it comes to multi-tasking. But a new study by an Indian researcher will help unveil the truth behind this.
India’s maiden mission to Mars, Mangalyaan, crossed the distance of Moon’s orbit on Monday morning, becoming the farthest object sent into space by India.
China launched its first moon rover mission early Monday, state TV showed, the latest step in an ambitious space programme seen as a symbol of its rising global stature.
A comet that gained an earthly following because of its bright tail visible from space was initially declared dead after essentially grazing the sun. Now, there is a silver of hope that Comet ISON may have survived.
India's first mission to Mars blasted off successfully on Tuesday, completing the first stage of an 11-month journey that could see the country's low-cost programme win Asia's race to the Red Planet.
Terming India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) as well thought-out and a key milestone, former ISRO Chairman K Kasturirangan on Monday said it would boost New Delhi's credentials to join future collaborative international deep-space missions.
On a hotel rooftop in Bangkok, dozens of barrels of green liquid bubble under the sun -- the latest innovation in urban farming. Proponents of the edible algae known as spirulina say it could help provide a sustainable source of protein as an alternative to meat.
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As India prepares to launch its Rs. 450 crore mission to Mars this year, a top space official says the country's first martian odyssey – that has attracted some criticism – is not just for pride but for undertaking 'meaningful research'.
British billionaire Richard Branson said on Monday that rocket-powered space tourism flights by his firm Virgin Galactic would have only a minor impact on climate change.
An Indian scientist had made an independent argument on the existence of Higg's particle, in a manner very different from that predicted by Professor Peter Higgs.
A closer investigation into the bones of modern-day mammals has shown that dinosaurs may have been warm-blooded, scientists have claimed, in a finding that debunks the common belief that the extinct giants were slow, sunbathing reptiles.
"We don't call it the 'God particle', it's just the media that do that," a senior US scientist told an interviewer on a major European radio station. "Well, I am the from the media and I'm going to continue calling it that," said the journalist. Pics: Finding God particle
Australian scientists exploring uncharted areas of the Indian Ocean said on Thursday they had found sunken parts of the megacontinent Gondwana which could offer clues on how the current world was formed.
Scientists claim to have developed a new technique which provides rapid access to brain landmarks formerly only available at autopsy.