ISRO's latest mission marks the first time the PSLV will be launching and placing satellites in three different orbits.
The debate has opened up some surprisingly deep questions – like what actually makes a sense more or less valuable? And, are some senses fundamentally more important in making us human?
Researchers studied simulated soil conditions from 1870 to 2016, and found that while other famines during this period were caused by drought, the one in 1943 wasn’t.
In 1983, legendary science fiction author Isaac Asimov presented his vision of 2019, with about a 50-50 record of hits and misses.
As countries like India look to develop ‘credible space deterrence’, ThePrint takes a look at the issue of space debris staring at the human race.
Artificial intelligence system by IIT-Delhi researchers detects malaria, TB, cervical cancer in seconds
The AI-based system that can help in detecting malaria, tuberculosis, intestinal parasite and cervical cancer in a few milliseconds.
The study, published this week in International Journal of Cancer, was conducted on 50,000 people in Iran.
The scientists, from Japan, Sweden & US, are observing a molecular cloud that’s on its way to forming a binary star system — the astronomical equivalent of twins.
Almost 70% of West Bengal’s districts report arsenic levels above the permissible limit of 10 µg/L but despite this, viable solutions remain elusive.