Shape of the universe: Could it be curved, not flat?
New research places probability of a curved universe at more than 99%
Carl Sagan, the animal rights visionary
He was talking about global warming and humane treatment of animals before they became fashionable
A scrapbook of wonder
Caspar Henderson inspires us to broaden the horizons of our sense of wonder
Discovery of two new giant radio galaxies offers fresh insights into the universe
They are about 62 times the size of the Milky Way but are fainter than some others the same size
A lesson on acceptance: It has been half a decade since we lost Stephen Hawking
Without acceptance, the great theoretical physicist and cosmologist may not have uncovered the cosmic mysteries that he did
Did a supernova trigger the late Devonian extinction?
Earth suffered an intense loss of species diversity that lasted for at least 300,000 years, possibly caused by long-lasting ozone depletion, …
Understanding the cosmos: Bizarre flash of light traced back to kilonova a billion light years away
Odd behaviour by gamma ray burst breaks long-held traditional paradigm
Get a good night's sleep
March 15 is a day to celebrate good sleep and create awareness about lowering sleep problems in society through better prevention and management. …