• Oldest human fossil found outside Africa: Details revealedOldest human fossil found outside Africa: Details revealed

    Researchers have found earliest modern human fossil outside the continent of Africa. The evidences date back to the period when our ancestors left Africa.

  • These artificial leaves can convert carbon dioxide into fuel
    Science NewsThese artificial leaves can convert carbon dioxide into fuel

    After much practice, scientists from the University of Illinois at Chicago have created artificial leaves that can convert atmospheric carbon dioxide to fuel ten times more efficiently than natural plants. Artificial leaves mimic the process whereby plants use water and carbon dioxide from the air to produce carbohydrates using energy from the Sun.

  • Heart-Shaped Meteorite up for sale this Valentine's Day
    Science NewsHeart-Shaped Meteorite up for sale this Valentine's Day

    This Valentine's week, there will be a big sale of rare heart-shaped meteorite. Are you interested? Yes, Christie has announced the auction of 9-inch long meteorite between Feb. 6 and Feb. 14, just in time for Valentine's Day. The rare meteorite originated from one of the greatest meteorite showers in several thousand years.

  • China launches world's first weather monitoring rocket
    Science NewsChina launches world's first weather monitoring rocket

    The space agency in China has launched a weather observation rocket from a semi-submersible drone ship. Scientists claim that it is the world's first ever weather monitoring rocket launched for the purpose of meteorological research.

  • 'Superbug genes' found in Arctic wildernesses, warn scientists
    Science News'Superbug genes' found in Arctic wildernesses, warn scientists

    A bacteria with most powerful antibiotics resistant capacity have been discovered in the Arctic, indicating even the world’s last “pristine” environments are being colonised by superbugs. It comes with terrible warnings from health secretary Matt Hancock at the World Economic Forum, that antimicrobial resistance is a “global health emergency” more important than climate change or war.

  • Good news! Artificial 'superhuman' skin can help burn victims sense again
    Science NewsGood news! Artificial 'superhuman' skin can help burn victims sense again

    This news will give relief to thousands of people worldwide. Scientists have developed a sensor for artificial skin that may not only help burn victims feel, but also the concerned person to feel sound waves and magnetic fields. Developed by engineers, chemists, and biologists at the University of Connecticut and University of Toronto, the technology is a blessing to medical science and now burn victims can feel again through their prosthetic skin.

  • Weapons of Neanderthals are more advanced than we actually thought
    Science NewsWeapons of Neanderthals are more advanced than we actually thought

    When we talk about our Neanderthal cousin species, there is so much more to dig out. From their food habit to dressing sense to daily life activities, they are sea of hidden facts. Here, in this article we'll discuss a little about the weapons of their times. Researchers analysing ancient Neanderthal spears found that they are amazing examples of precision weaponry, not just basic tools.

  • India will soon mark presence on Moon with Chandrayaan-2: Modi
    Science NewsIndia will soon mark presence on Moon with Chandrayaan-2: Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday India will soon mark its presence on the Moon with the Chandrayaan-2 mission and appreciated the use of space technology in saving assets and life and in delivering government schemes.

  • China scientists clone 5 gene-edited monkeys: Aren't they super cute
    Science NewsChina scientists clone 5 gene-edited monkeys: Aren't they super cute

    The gene editing technology seems to be trending in the science sphere. The news of gene-edited chicken is at its infancy and now again, there is fresh news of gene-edited monkeys. A team of Chinese scientists have cloned five monkeys. These monkeys were cloned from a gene-edited macaque.

  • Stephen Hawking's wildest theories proved: Here're some very popular
    Science NewsStephen Hawking's wildest theories proved: Here're some very popular

    Scientist Stephen Hawking is no more with us but his theories will remain immortal for the whole world. He was a brilliant physicist who has come up with strange science facts which are difficult to prove. For instance, his black hole theory is a biggest achievement in science.

  • Gene edited chicken will stop next human pandemic: British scientists
    Science NewsGene edited chicken will stop next human pandemic: British scientists

    In a bid to stop the next deadly human pandemic, British scientists are making gene-edited chickens designed to be totally resistant to flu virus in a new approach.

  • These brain area acts for addiction: Check yours
    Science NewsThese brain area acts for addiction: Check yours

    A new study reveals that there is a special area in our brain which plays a crucial role in addiction. The cerebellum, a large part of the human brain is believed to be primarily involved in motor control, which determines our social behaviour like cognitive functions, such as language, learning, and attention.

  • Asteroids pummelled Earth, Moon beginning 290 mn years ago: Study
    Science NewsAsteroids pummelled Earth, Moon beginning 290 mn years ago: Study

    The number of asteroids colliding with the Moon and the Earth was about two to three times higher in the last 290 million years than in the previous 700 million years, finds a study that challenges previous understanding of Earth's history.

  • These DNA tool can find your ancient people
    Science NewsThese DNA tool can find your ancient people

    While studying the DNA strands, scientists have created a DNA tool which can exactly identify ancient populations. The tool may be used to test an individual's similarity to ancient people who once existed on the earth. Meanwhile, researchers confirm that the ancient DNA study requires a lot of information to classify a skeleton to a population or find its bio-geographical origins.

  • IIT scientists create 'space fuel', may be next-gen energy source on Earth
    Science NewsIIT scientists create 'space fuel', may be next-gen energy source on Earth

    The scientists at IIT Madras have created 'space fuel' by simulating interstellar conditions in the lab, a method that may be used to convert atmospheric CO2 into a next generation energy source on Earth. The invention could help curb greenhouse gases as well as provide a new, sustainable source of energy. The research has been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

  • Genetic engineering to produce spicy tomato
    Science NewsGenetic engineering to produce spicy tomato

    Researchers keep on experimenting new things and during the course they come up with new discoveries which are unbeatable. Recently, researchers at the Federal University of Viçosa in Brazil have found that the capsaicinoids are responsible for the pungent taste. Experts say that there are at least 23 different types of capsaicinoids that originate from the pith of the chilli pepper.

  • 2019 predictions for science and medicine: Here's what experts say
    Science News2019 predictions for science and medicine: Here's what experts say

    2018 has been a great year for science and medicine and we are expecting major development in 2019 as well. We asked a host of experts in the field of science and medicine and they expect to see the following innovations this year.

  • Five eclipses in 2019, solar or lunar, know here
    Science NewsFive eclipses in 2019, solar or lunar, know here

    Scientists say that not more than seven eclipses can take place in one year. In 1982, there were four eclipses, both solar and lunar. And, now in 2019, there will be mix of five events, meaning there will be three different types of solar eclipses and one partial lunar eclipse. Here, in this article we will talk about the date and time of the upcoming eclipses of the Sun and Moon.

  • Fish skin cheaper, less painful in treating burns than bandages: Scientist
    Science NewsFish skin cheaper, less painful in treating burns than bandages: Scientist

    Using fish skin to heal burns can be cheaper and less painful than bandages, says a scientist.