|ISRO creates history by commissioning world’s third largest hypersonic wind tunnel||23 March 2017
|NASA to send its next-gen clock to Space to guide space crafts and astronauts||22 March 2017|
|Scientists in Netherlands develop a new, super-fast Wi-Fi network||21 March 2017|
ISRO commissioned world’s third largest hypersonic wind tunnel in a space centre in Kerala’s capital, Thiruvananthapuram.
NASA to send its newly developed next-generation atomic clock to space to help in the navigation of space crafts and astronauts.
A team of scientists in the Netherlands has developed a new wireless internet network, which will work a hundred times faster than the best existing networks.
Japan launched a new satellite to monitor North Korea’s movements amidst worries over its increasing missile launching missions.
Though the 3-parent technique is considered as a major breakthrough, it is well recognised that replacing a mother's faulty mitochondrial DNA is not that simple.
A recent study of the fossilised eggshell fragments of ostrich revealed that the flightless bird species existed in India 25000 years ago.
The first satellite of Europe's Copernicus observation program was launched in April 2014.
The Wildlife Institute of India and the National Tiger Conservation Authority would be using drones to monitor the tiger count and habitat in 10 tiger reserves across the country.
Known as High Nitrogen Steel (HNS) for armour applications, it is not only tough but also has good strength.
NASA plans to send its first unmanned spacecraft to the Sun to understand why the blazing star’s surface is not as hot as its atmosphere.
World’s first robotic table tennis coach sets new Guinness World Record by playing tennis better than most humans.
Scientists are convinced that the discovery of the seven Earth-like exo-planets may lead to a new and interesting break-through in space studies.
According to the Chairman of ISRO, India has the capability of developing its own space station, it just needs sufficient funds and time.
This complex technology named the cryogenic engine has been mastered only by six countries namely Russia, the US, France, Japan, China and India
The United Arab Emirates plans to spearhead international efforts in Mars exploration with its Mars 2117 program.
The results of the study involved 1713 people with ADHD and 1529 people without the condition. The findings were published in The Lancet Psychiatry.
The scientists developed a novel "GraphAir" technology, which does not require a highly-controlled environment.
India’s Cartosat-2 was joined by 103 other payloads, all weighing together 664 kg. They are to be injected in a 505 km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit.
ISRO plans its second interplanetary mission to Mars and its maiden mission to Venus with the help of the French space agency and NASA.
This observation can help the scientists in proving the existence of dark matter in the universe.
Juno benefits from advances in solar cell design that are 50 per cent more efficient and radiation tolerant than silicon cells available for space missions 20 years ago.
Scientists after analysing a 2.4 billion-year-old meteorite have uncovered 2 billion years of volcanic activity on Mars.
Researchers after studying minerals found in rocks from lava in Mauritius confirmed that they belong to a lost continent that was initially a part of the ancient supercontinent, Gondwanaland.
UAE to launch it’s first-ever Mars spacecraft ‘Hope’ in an effort to expand the available human knowledge about the atmosphere and climate on Mars.
The Survey of India is going to remeasure the height of Mount Everest in order to verify the doubts expressed by some of the scientists that the peak’s height is shrinking post the devastating Nepal earthquake.
The researchers while exploring sky lands in the Western Ghats have found two new genera and a new species of songbird.
This microscopic sea animal is the earliest known step on the evolutionary path that led to fish and humans.
The observation of the entire Vampire star phenomenon was made through the telescope.
This first flight stage for GSLV Mk III D1 mission is in an advanced stage of realisation. It is scheduled to launch GSAT-19 during first quarter of 2017.
The satellite was launched through Mistubishi H-IIA rocket from southern-most islands of Japan, an area in which Tokyo and Beijing have clashed over the gas-rich East China Sea.