Scientists at the Cavendish Laboratory of the Cambridge University for the first time developed a graphene based flexible screen.
The first evidence of water ice clouds was found on an object Brown Dwarf outside the Solar System.
A new solar power technology Electrodialysis unveiled in India in second week of September 2014.
Unit 5 of the Rajasthan Atomic Power Station on 7 September 2014 became the second longest running reactor in the world.
A massive 100 million-year-old ancient extinct volcano was discovered beneath the Pacific Ocean.
IICT developed a rechargeable magnesium battery an excellent substitute for highly toxic lead acid one.
WHO announced to use the Ebola survivors' blood to treat Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).
Japan researchers developed a new method called RT-LAMP to detect the presence of the Ebola virus in 30 mins.
NASA developed a new satellite to predict the severity of droughts worldwide and help farmers maximize the crop yield.
Partha Mitra, an Indian neuroscientist in the United States, was awarded Early Concept Grants...
The World Health Organisation (WHO) on 12 August 2014 sanctioned the use of experimental drug ZMapp to fight against Ebola as the death toll increased.
Mapp Biopharmaceutical in the first week of August 2014, made available the drug ZMapp to treat Ebola.
Rosetta of European Space Agency on 6 August 2014 became first ever spacecraft to reach a Comet
NASA has announced that it will send a new rover Mars 2020 mission capable of making oxygen on the red planet with the help of MOXIE.
NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity set the record of maximum distance covered by a rover.
The Oxford University researchers in their study found that only 8.2 percent of the human genome are presently functional or doing something important..
The scientists at the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium (IWGSC) on 17 July 2014 unveiled the genetic blueprint of bread wheat
One in the three cases of Alzheimer’s disease worldwide is preventable according to the research report of the University of Cambridge.
NASA on 2 July 2014 launched Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2), a satellite designed to track carbon dioxide.
ISRO has launched PSLV C23 that carried five satellites from four nations from Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
Scientists on 24 June 2014 developed new sensing skin technology that can detect cracks in concrete structures.
World’s first Android Newscasters was unveiled in Japan on 24 June 2014.
A new study at Cornell University demonstrated that robots can be programmed by causally talking with them.
The Royal Astronomical Society, London on 24 June 2014 unveiled the NASA plan to build ATLAST in Portsmouth
myCopter Project Day will be held in Braunschweig in Germany on 20 November 2014.
Earth’s largest water reservoir might be located deep inside the Earth’s mantle
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant on 8 June 2014 became India’s first nuclear plant to generate 1000 MW power.
New titanium Oxide tiles were developed by the research team from University of California to fight against Air Pollution.
Softbank Corp unveiled world’s first humanoid robot named Peeper. It is engineered to communicate and read human emotions.
US scientists at Brown University have developed a new biochip sensor to detect blood sugar via saliva.