The research work suggests that there are far fewer faint galaxies than we once previously thought.
The findings are based on the Ocean 2015 Initiative, which examined the latest studies on how climate change is projected to affect oceans.
Facebook has rolled out its Ads Manager app which allows marketers to create and track campaigns on the move for Android.
Researchers successfully deciphered information after it travelled a record-breaking 12,000 km through fibre optic cables
From 1972, when leap seconds were first implemented, through 1999, leap seconds were added at a rate averaging close to one per year.
In 2014, Google the Contact lens that would be able to measure a wearer's glucose levels by analysing their tears.
The 208-foot-tall (63-meter) rocket was the company's 19th Falcon 9 launch since its 2010 debut, including six previous cargo runs for NASA under a 15-flight contract worth more than $2 billion.
Nanowires are about 2 micrometres high and 10-500 nanometres in diameter.
The new method does not need its own light source. Rather, it reflects the ambient light around it.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has captured more images of mysterious bright spots on Ceres, and also spotted a baffling pyramid-shaped peak
The ALMA telescopes tracked the radiation emitted from the two gases, hydrogen cyanide and formyl cation, as they swirled around the galaxy.
In the after effect of Sunday's summer solstice, Northern Lights this year were seen almost across the United States on Monday night.
On December 15, 2010, it became the longest-operating spacecraft ever sent to Mars
The self-cleaning coatings have been developed using water material like rice husk and fly ash from power stations.
The world has seen five recognisable mass extinctions till now and the final one wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
The main event occurs on June 30 and according to NASA that night the difference between Venus and Jupiter is 1/3rd of a degree
Researchers from University Bristol have created a thin, skin-like material that can change color and patterns like squids.
The researchers examined samples from six meteorites of volcanic rock that originated on Mars
Wildfires swept the landscape during arid regimes and continually reshaped the vegetation available for plant-eating animals.
Tim Hawking, made the confession in an upcoming BBC documentary, while admitting that it was was only after his father got his synthesised voice that they were able to communicate properly.
Europe launched a new bid in May to communicate with Philae via its mothership Rosetta, which is in orbit around Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Japanese researchers have found a genetic switch in vertebrates that determine whether germ cells become sperm or eggs.
The battery, which folds into the size of a matchbook, uses an inexpensive air-breathing cathode created with nickel sprayed onto one side of ordinary office paper.
It said the National Space Society (NSS) of USA presented the award in recognition of ISRO's efforts in accomplishing Mars Mission in its very first attempt.
A similar problem bedeviled the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator's (LDSD) debut run last year
In the Gloveone, the IMU sensor will track your hands within the virtual world to offer a more realistic experience
You can experience a Pluto day here on Earth thanks to a new NASA tool
Researchers are trying to develop a circuit that can be integrated into the battery of a computer or smartphone and can help the device function for a longer time in one cycle of charging.
IIT-Bombay develops a new particle that blocks UV rays more effectively.
Two of Pluto's moons, Nix and Hydra, wobble unpredictably because they are embedded in a gravitational field that shifts constantly, researchers said.
The test flight of the flying saucer, known as the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator, will be broadcast live on NASA's website
Common sense says the object is either wave-like or particle-like, independent of how we measure it.
ISRO has set 2017-18 as a target for launching Chandrayaan-2, which is being developed as an "indigenous" mission.
The IMTECH team is working on developing a fourth-generation of a drug busts blood clots.
Studies show that HIV can be starved by blocking its sugar and nutrient pipeline.
"This will be a technology that will eliminate cables and will be ideal for smart cities that are being planned in the country," said Tapan Misra, director, SAC, a crucial arm of ISRO.