- Science NewsSolar wind turned Mars into dry, cold planet: Study
Measurements now shows that Mars has lost 66 percent of its argon.Science NewsCitizens need not to worry of Electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation released from mobile towers
Electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation which were always considered hazardous to health and specially the heart, now have got some relief. As the electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation released from mobile towers as the limits adopted in the country account for all biological effects of radiation, claimed VK Roy, director, Telecom Enforcement, Resource and Monitoring(TERM).Science NewsSpaceX scripts history, launches 'used' Falcon 9 rocket back in space successfully
US space firm SpaceX made history on Friday as it launched an already-used Falcon 9 rocket back into space for the first time and then landed its first stage on a droneship in the Atlantic Ocean.Science NewsPeggy Whitson set to break Sunita Williams' spacewalk record
Astronaut Peggy Whitson is set to surpass Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams' record for the most spacewalks by a female astronaut when Whitson goes on her eighth spacewalk on Thursday, NASA said.Science NewsMeet Five NASA astronauts of upcoming International Space Station assignments
Five astronauts have been assigned to upcoming missions aboard the International Space Station, according to a NASA announcement on Wednesday.Science NewsGovernment's LED mission to cut CO2 emission by 80 mn tonnes per annum
The government's promotion of light emitting diodes (LED) will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80 million tonnes per annum and save around Rs 40,000 crore in power bills annually, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday.Science NewsArchaeologists excavate world's largest capstone in Telangana
According to archaeologists, world's largest capstone has been discovered after excavating an ancient human burial site in Siddipet district, Telangana.Science NewsNASA develops 'sensory skin' that helps detect damages outside spacecraft
This new invention will use a series of several technologies to create circuits printed on thin layers, then will be embedded in a spacecraft's structure.Science NewsAustralian researchers ask amateur astronomers to help find 'Planet 9'
The Australian National University (ANU) has called on amateur astronomers to help its researchers find a new planet in the Solar System.Science NewsA Fluorescence-based drug that helps in fighting antibiotic resistance
Notably, Carbapenems are among the "antibiotics of last resort" and these help in fighting infections for which other drugs are of no use. But scientists feel that carbapenem-resistant pathogenic strains have emerged over the last decades and to find out the pattern they need to find a pathogen that contains carbapenem-cleaving enzymes, the carbapenemases.