A new study has shown that games like Pokemon Go improve social interactions, due its many interactive scenarios.
To create an interest among children in stars and looking at the night sky, a new study has selected famous people and characters as inspiration for new constellations.
NASA's Dwan spacecraft, revolving around the dwarf planet Ceres, has found many bright spots on the surface, suggesting that it is an active world.
A new study has been able to create shatter-proof glass, which can be used as smartphone screens.
Star Wars has influenced a real-life invention, as scientists have created a bionic arm for amputees, based on the one made for the franchise's Luke SKywalker.
A new study has indicated that the steady increase in air pressure seeps into a meteorite, which leads to its explosion in the Earth's atmosphere.
NASA's Juno space mission has been able to trace the roots of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, a storm that is said to be raging on the solar system's largest planet for centuries.
A new light-based analysis system has found graffiti in the childhood home of Isaac Newton, expected to have been drawn by the discoverer of gravity.
According to a new study, clean hydrogen fuel can be generated from methane, which can help mass produce the clean fuel, essential for fuel cell-run automobiles.
New research has shown that Mars' atmosphere could not have been lost to solar wind, disproving earlier theories that suggested that radiation from the early Sun blew out most of the Red Planet's atmosphere.
NASA has announced that the annual Geminid meteor shower will peak on the night of December 13 and 14, and expect it to be the best meteor shower of the year.
A new study has been able to convert diamond to graphite using X-rays, in a process that can help better understand how carbon structures can be re-assembled.
NASA's Kepler Space telescopic probe have made a new discovery through machine learning, which Google has lent to the space agency.
Excitonium is a condensate - it exhibits macroscopic quantum phenomena, like a superconductor
NASA is exploring the infusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into space communications networks to meet demand and increase efficiency.
The magnetic field measurements bring scientists closer to understanding how black holes' magnetism works, deepening our knowledge of how matter behaves under the most extreme conditions.
A new research study has succeeded in mapping the human brain, so as to help track the source of neurological disorders, and to differentiate functions of its various parts.
A new 550 million year old fossil has been found with an intact eye, among the most primitive form of eye structures, that can be found in crabs, bees and dragonflies.
Smart wearables could soon be made a reality, as a new study has created a bacteria-powered self-generating fuel cell, that can be embedded onto various fabric.
According to a study by Penn State College of Medicine, kids who spend more time on smartphones in bed are at the risk of gaining weight.
A rapid depression found in the vicinity of Iceland's Oraefajokull volcano is being taken seriously, as scientists consider this an opportunity to understand volcanic activity.
A new study has shown that human may have reached higher limits on lifespan, height and physical ability, and these might be influenced through time by climatic changes, among other factors.
Rewriting the early history of the Red Planet, new research has revealed that minerals found in Martian clay could have existed before water flowed on Mars.
Scientists have discovered the farthest known supermassive black hole - a matter-eating beast that is 800 million times the mass of our Sun.
The Delhi Air Pollution: Health and Effects (DAPHNE) project, a collaboration involving nine universities from India and the UK, will use tiny sensors over four years to map air quality.
According to a new study, gold and most common metals originated on Earth from a collision with a Moon-sized exoplanet, that drove the body down to our planet's core.
A new MIT study has helped generate 3-D printed tattoos made of living biological cells, that light up in response to various stimuli.
The two operating units of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant have reached full generating capacity of 2000MW, as both units recorded 1000MW of electricity generation for the first time.
A sustainable robot station would enhance lunar geography studies and "have better energy efficiency than lunar rovers as the station can deploy a much bigger solar power-generator, a space science professor.
A Samsung lab has developed a graphene-based battery, capable of charging five times faster than Li-ion batteries found on smartphones.
A new study indicates that Jupiter's moon Europa could have tectonic plates similar to those found beneath the Earth's surface.
Earthquakes hitting densely populated mountainous regions, such as the Himalaya, are bigger in magnitude because of a fast tectonic-plate collision, according to a study. The finding by researchers from ETH Zurich in Switzerland provides a more complete view of the risk of earthquakes in mountainous regions. The study shows that the frequency and magnitude of […]
The 3D Printed Habitat Challenge is NASA's attempt to understand how 3D models of habitats can be created from minerals present on the Red Planet.
A new system has been developed by scientists, that can misdirect hackers from getting important and confidential information.
Scientists have created an underwater robot designed to resemble the manta ray, whose fin-based propulsion has been a mystery to researchers.
The Sentinel-5P satellite is designed to make daily global maps of the gases and particles that pollute the air.