- 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.Science NewsGravitational waves boot monster black hole from galactic core
NASA's Hubble space telescope has detected a supermassive black hole that has been kicked out of the centre of a distant galaxy by what could be the awesome power of gravitational waves.Science News'Smart lights to take over world in next 5-10 years'
With cheaper and smarter lights fast replacing incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), smart connected lights will become one of the largest internet of things (IoT) devices in the next five to 10 years, Harshvardhan Chitale, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Philips Lighting India, has predicted.Science NewsFracture to split up Comet 67P, suggests European Space Agency's Rosetta mission
A large and growing crack on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko recorded by European Space Agency's Rosetta mission suggests that the comet might split up one day, says a new study.Science NewsNew solar powered robot skin more sensitive than human a human hand
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a robotic hand with solar-powered skin that is more gentle and sensitive than a real human hand. This is first-of-its-kind sensor that will enable scientists to give robots more human like look and feel.Science NewsNASA plans 'futuristic' clock for space to explore solar system safely
Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California have completed integration of the instrument, the Deep Space Atomic Clock, with the spacecraft that will take it into orbit later in 2017, the US space agency said in a statement on Tuesday.