The study was inspired by a request by Plant for the Planet, a global youth initiative that leads the United Nations Environment Programme's 'Billion Tree Campaign.'
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a three-man international crew, including Denmark's first astronaut, roared off to the International Space Station.
Six NASA recruits have shut themselves inside a dome in Hawaii to begin a year-long isolation programme that will simulate life on Mars
The high-tech investment could lead to wearable health monitors that could be built into military uniforms or used to assist the elderly.
Finding a way to replace membrane, chemical-based purifiers with electric fields to filter very dirty water and make it fit for drinking.
"First orbit raising operation of GSAT-6 was successfully completed by firing the Apogee Motor for 3385 seconds at 08:35 hrs IST on August 28," ISRO said.
NASA's RS-25 engine gives 77-tonnes SLS a proven, high performance and affordable main propulsion system.
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have developed a cheaper, more user-friendly 3D printer.
Author and journalist Lucy Hawking made an appearance in the Capital to talk about how science is an exercise of imagination.
Sony's new prototype drone can fly for maximum two hours at speed of 106 miles per hour
India's solar power potential estimated at 749 GW while the tapped solar power output is still under one percent
Clemson University is genetically engineering yeast to produce things that astronauts might need aboard a spaceship, using urine and breathed out carbon dioxide as the building blocks to create useful onboard items.
July was the warmest month ever on record worldwide and 2015 has been so far the hottest year
An NIO expedition has unearthed rich, diverse marine life beneath Angria Bank off Maharashtra coast.
Human consciousness can be expressed in physical quantities like the speed of light and gravitational force.
Harnessing mobile phone data could help policymakers guide and evaluate health interventions.
Blogs and off-beat news sites have claimed a major asteroid will impact earth in mid-to-late September near Puerto Rico, causing major destruction throughout the region.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has taken new images of Saturn's moon Dione
Curiosity used the camera on its robotic arm for multiple images to be stitched into a self-portrait at the drilling site.
Philae Lander of European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission became the first space probe to soft land on the surface of the comet in 2014.
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has tweeted stunning visuals and timelapse video of aurora as seen from space
The agency successfully tested an RS-25 engine at Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
The planet, known as Kepler-453b, is located within its host stars’ “habitable zone,” the area around the stars in which life could potentially exist.
Gyrotrons have been used in the past few decades for other industrial and scientific applications. But India has never built gyrotrons. The country has only three gyrotrons — all have been imported and are being used at the Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar
NASA hopes the new online tools will open the mysterious terrain of the red planet to a new generation of explorers.
The United States has been dependent on Russia for ISS access since it ended its space shuttle program in July 2012.
"It is surprising how much brighter Earth is than the moon. Our planet is a truly brilliant object in dark space compared to the lunar surface,” said Adam Szabo.
It will be 10 times more sensitive than the steerable 100-metre telescope near Bonn, Germany.
The traditional definition of a blue moon is two full moons in a month.
NASA added musical selections from different cultures and eras, and spoken greetings from Earth-people in fifty-five languages, including Indian languages like Hindi, Marathi, Bengali and others.
Though no mission is currently scheduled to utilise windbots, the researchers hope their study will open new avenues for atmospheric science on gas giant planets using high-mobility robotic explorers.
The team responsible for the New Horizons flyby of Pluto last week released new pictures Friday of the previously unexplored world on the edge of the solar system.
Kepler 452b is the first of those 12 to be confirmed as a true planet, thanks to ground observations.
Mars never had oceans of water and could have looked more like an icy snowball than the warmer, wetter planet that many researchers have suggested
The Stephen Hawking funded Breakthrough Initiatives programme is characterised as the 'biggest scientific search ever undertaken for signs of intelligent life beyond Earth.'
Chia seeds are very rich in omega-3 fatty acid and alpha linolenic acid while quinoa is a pseudo-cereal with high protein content and can be used as a low-carb, high-protein substitute for rice.