- Science NewsScientists invent new technology that allows deaf-blind to 'watch' TV
Researchers from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid undertook "PervasiveSUB Project" that compiles all the subtitles of television channels and sends them to a central server which forwards them to smartphones or tablets.Science NewsNISAR: NASA, ISRO collaboration to pool resources for developing Earth-Observing satellite in 2021
NISAR is the first big collaboration between NASA and ISRO, certainly on RADAR but just in general as well. This is two frequency RADAR, it is an L-band 24 centimetre RADAR and S-band 13 centimetre. S-band is being built by ISRO and L-band by NASA.Science NewsStanford Researchers working on quantum computing
Stanford University electrical engineering Professor Jelena Vuckovic and colleagues at her laboratory are working on new materials that could become the basis for quantum computing.Science NewsSpaceX Dragon spacecraft to deliver crew supplies, research to International Space Station from June 1
SpaceX will launch its Dragon spacecraft for its 11th commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) from NASA's Kennedy Space Centre on June 1.Science NewsSaturn's moon Titan evolved more like Mars than Earth, show river maps
The origins of topography or surface elevations on Saturn's largest moon Titan may have more in common with the history of Martian landscapes than that of Earth, show an analysis of river maps of the three planetary bodies.Science NewsAstronomers find new moon orbiting around third largest dwarf planet in frigid outskirts of solar system
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and astronomers have jointly found a moon orbiting around the third largest dwarf planet, catalogued as 2007 OR10.Science NewsVLF bubble: Man-made barrier around Earth prevents plan high-energy space radiation
In a new study, NASA has revealed that they have spotted a Man-made barrier around Earth that disallows high-energy space radiation from entering the planet.Science NewsNational Geographic Bee contest: 14-year-old Indian American student Pranay Varada wins Championship
A 14-year-old Indian American student has won the prestigious $50,000 National Geographic Bee contest here, becoming the sixth consecutive Indian American to win the championship.Science NewsStudy: Volcanos behind first mass extinction of life on Earth?
A large volcanic eruption may have triggered the first mass extinction of life, in which nearly 80 per cent of the species were lost, a study has shown.Science NewsIndian teen Rifath Shaarook designed World’s lightest satellite; Everything you need to know about KalamSat
The device is named KalamSat. Rifath has named it after former Indian President Abdul Kalam. The device will be launched from NASA’S wallops Island Facility in the US in next month. For the 12 minutes of the flight, the device will be operating in micro-gravity environment.