• New Zealand scientists invent first-ever colour X-ray technology
    Science NewsNew Zealand scientists invent first-ever colour X-ray technology

    In a major development in the field of medical science, New Zealand scientists have introduced the first-ever 3-D, colour X-ray on a human, using a technique that assures to improve the field of medical diagnostics, said Europe's CERN physics lab which add to imaging technology.

  • Earth's youngest banded iron formation found in western China
    Science NewsEarth's youngest banded iron formation found in western China

    Scientists have come up with an interesting discovery which states that the banded iron formation, located in western China is as old as Cambrian. Dating back to almost 527 million years old, this formation is young by comparison to the majority of discoveries till date. Experts say that the deposition of banded iron formations began approximately 3.8 billion years ago and had long been thought to conclude before the start of the Cambrian Period at 540 million years ago.

  • Partial Solar Eclipse on July 13: Check time, place, do and don't
    Science NewsPartial Solar Eclipse on July 13: Check time, place, do and don't

    As per confirmed report, partial solar eclipse will occur on July 13, 2018. Sky watchers can take the viewing opportunity of this awesome celestial happening tomorrow. The kind of solar eclipse takes place when the sun, moon, and Earth are almost lined up with each other. Mentioned below is the timing and place where the eclipse can be viewed clearly.

  • New genetic test can predict children's success
    Science NewsNew genetic test can predict children's success

    A new international research claims that the success of a person can be determined by looking at genetics. Health experts from the U.S., U.K. and New Zealand have undertaken test of genetics of over 20,000 people and then followed their lives as per the test. Besides following the participants, the scientists studied over 1 million years of life from birth to late life.

  • World's 'oldest coloured molecules' color discovered
    Science NewsWorld's 'oldest coloured molecules' color discovered

    World's 'oldest coloured molecules' color discovered

  • Virtual Reality (VR) lets you step into Einstein's shoes and think like him
    Science NewsVirtual Reality (VR) lets you step into Einstein's shoes and think like him

    With the help of Virtual Reality (VR) techonolgy, people now can step into famous scientist Albert Einstein's shoes. This can help people with low-esteem and think like the scientist.

  • NASA likely to find meteorite pieces in the ocean
    Science NewsNASA likely to find meteorite pieces in the ocean

    In the recent development, NASA scientists say that they may have found the first pieces of meteorite fragments in the Pacific Ocean. While searching the Nautilus vessel for pieces of a meteorite that fell in March 2018, they have identified two small pieces that could possibly be part of the space rock.

  • 17-year-old girl could be the first human to reach Mars
    Science News17-year-old girl could be the first human to reach Mars

    Meet the youngest astronaut of NASA, Miss Blueberry. Well, it is the codename given to 17-year-old Alyssa Carson, youngest astronaut in training in the agency. She is so much dedicated herself to preparing for a very important mission, the first human trip to Mars.

  • Einstein's Theory holds up on extreme gravity test
    Science NewsEinstein's Theory holds up on extreme gravity test

    Galileo, the father of modern science once concluded hundreds of years ago that all objects released together fall at the same rate, regardless of mass. Even Einstein’s theory of relativity proves that our planet Earth and the heavenly Moon “fall” in the same way toward the Sun as they orbit each other. But does this principle hold true for objects with extreme gravity?

  • ISRO tests crew escape system for human spaceflight
    Science NewsISRO tests crew escape system for human spaceflight

    In its aim towards human spaceflight, Indian space agency ISRO on Thursday carried out the first in a series of tests to qualify a crew escape system.