India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on 19 December 2014 successfully tested an indigenously built 1000 kg glide bomb.
The Lens-free on-chip Microscope developed by the researchers can be used for the wide-field computational imaging of pathology samples.
India’s heaviest GSLV Mark-III rocket and the human crew module successfully test-fired by ISRO.
Non-lethal Pain Beam weapon named Poly WB-1 unveiled at an air show in China to disperse riots and protests by using millimeter-wave beams
A new IBM India study showed that old laptop batteries could power slums in developing countries like India. The concept was tested in the Indian city Bangalore in 2014.
Researchers led by Professor Gene K Beare developed World’s fastest 2D camera at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
With this, India joined the elite group of countries including USA, China, Japan and Canada to build the largest telescope in the world at Mauna Kea in Hawaii.
A new study has found that the rapid evolution of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is slowing down its ability to cause Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
The team of British researchers led by Gwenaelle Douaud of Oxford University identified that brain has weak spot for schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease.
The most abundant mineral on earth was named as Bridgmanite by a team of American geologists who extracted a sample large enough to analyse the most abundant mineral.
CERN scientists discovered two new heavy-weight subatomic particles known as baryons.
The research was published in the September 2014 issue of journal Energy & Environmental Science.
The engineers of Stanford University discovered an ultrathin multilayered material which can reflect sunlight from buildings and thereby can lower the temperature of the building.
A potential drug target for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes mellitus was discovered by a team of scientists led by Satish Kumar, Chief Scientist and Group Leader at CCMB.
The first 3D-printed object was on 25 November 2014 developed in space by world's first zero-gravity 3D printer created by NASA and Made In Space Inc.
The research was conducted under the leadership of Jayesh Bellare at the Chemical Engineering Department of (IIT-B).
The largest wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy on 6 November 2014 installed the world’s tallest hybrid wind generator turbine in Kutch, Gujarat.
Scientists developed antibiotic-free drug named Staphefekt as an alternative for antibiotics.
An international team of scientists in the month of October 2014 claimed to have set the world record for creating coldest cubic meter in the Universe.
Google in the third week of October 2014 announced changes to its search engine in an attempt to curb online piracy and highlight legal sites.
Astronomers discovered a new planet that resembles Uranus of our solar system. It was discovered in a binary star system 25000 light-years away
India on 17 October 2014 successfully test fired its first long range subsonic cruise missile Nirbhay.
ISRO on 16 October 2014 successfully launched third navigation satellite IRNSS1C.
ISRO and other space agencies across the world has repositioned its Mars Orbiter, expecting Comet Siding Spring to fly by the Red Planet on 19 October 2014.
NASA on 21 September 2014 successfully installed its first Earth-observing instrument ISS-RapidScat.
A team of researchers developed a technology that makes visible the dance or movements of HIV proteins on the virus' surface.
The Fluorescence Microscopy was in news as the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry honoured development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy.
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) created a material that is ideal for absorption of solar radiation..
Union Science and Technology Minister launched the ingeniously manufactured Broad Spectrum Confocal Microscope that generates 3D images of objects.