|Venus: First environmental research satellite launched by Israel||06 August 2017|
|Human embryos edited to stop disease||03 August 2017|
|Historic discovery, Sun's Core rotates four times faster than its surface||03 August 2017|
Scientists have developed an artificial womb that has been successfully tested to incubate healthy baby lambs for a week.
Scientists at Stanford University in California have developed a cost-effective and highly sensitive blood test to detect cancer.
The team found a collection of sarcophagi of different shapes and sizes as well as clay fragments.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is set to start off on its final mission-five ultra-close orbits around Saturn, before it takes a deep plunge into the planet, bringing an end to its 20-year-long journey.
Captured on the Curiosity Rover's 1758th Martian day, the 8 images taken in the early morning by navigation cameras, form a GIF.
As per the ISRO, the Hyperspectral Imaging Satellite can see in 55 spectral or colour bands from 630 kilometres above ground.
The first phase of National Cyber Coordination Centre has been made operational in India. The centre has been set up to scan the country's web traffic and detect cyber security threats.
Venus is considered the smallest satellite of its kind in the world. It is crafted to survey and monitor large areas to study soil, vegetation, forests, agriculture, water and air quality and other aspects of the environment.
The team hopes that the technique will help in reducing the burden of heritable disease on the family.
The researchers made the calculations using 16 years of observations from an instrument called GOLF (Global Oscillations at Low Frequency) on a spacecraft called Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO).
In the study conducted by the researchers, curcumin was attached to cerium oxide nanoparticles and then tested the nano-curcumin formulation in cell lines of a high-risk form of neuroblastoma.
The bio-glue is inspired by an adhesive material secreted by slugs that sticks to biological tissues. Slugs naturally secrete a special kind of mucus in its place when threatened, making it difficult for a predator to pry it off its surface.
The Sprite Spacecraft was developed under the Breakthrough Starshot program and is the creation of Zac Manchester, whose 2011 Kickstarter campaign 'KickSat' raised the first funds to develop the concept.
A team of scientists has set sail to unravel the secrets hidden in the sunken land of Earth’s lost 8th continent, ‘Zealandia’.
The officials at Oregon Health & Science University confirmed on 27 July 2017 that the experiment was indeed conducted. They went on to state that results would be published in a journal soon.
The revolutionary technique could speed the production of antibodies to treat a wide range of diseases and facilitate the development of new vaccines.
The Delhi-based start-up, BillionAbles has launched a new app with the same name with the aim of assisting people with disabilities to find accessible restaurants, tourist locations and other public places across India.
NASA has extended invitation to eclipse viewers from around America to participate in a nationwide science experiment during US total solar eclipse.
Researchers from a southeastern Spanish University have announced the discovery of a molecule that could be used to combat the effects of Zika virus.
The massive coronal explosion has sent out powerful solar flare having energy of 10-raised-to-30 ergs, about 100 times a typical solar flare.
The auction was organised by Sotheby’s auction house. Its previous owner was an Illinois lawyer, who bought it in 2015 for USD 995.
Hydroxychloroquine is a medication used for the prevention and treatment of certain types of malaria.
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata, have developed an organic-inorganic hybrid material which is water, fire and rust resistant.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Langley, NASA released a 45-minute documentary that looks back across the 100 years.
Sohum uses brainstem auditory evoked response, the gold standard in auditory testing to check for hearing response in a newborn.
The purpose of New Horizons mission is to study Pluto, its moons and the Kuiper Belt; to perform flybys of the Pluto system and one or more Kuiper Belt Objects.
Early science results from NASA's Juno mission portray Jupiter as a turbulent world with complex interior structure, energetic polar aurora and huge polar cyclones.
Reports suggest that superclusters are relatively recent finds. The first such supercluster was discovered in the 1980s.
When an electric field is applied to a drop of silicone oil suspended in castor oil, the drop can flatten and emit rings of fluid from its equator that break up into droplets.
The research was driven by the discovery of powerful oxidants known as perchlorates in the Martian soil a few years back.