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IIIT-Hyderabad creates the first Indian brain atlas
The researchers in IIIT have also revealed that the Indian brain is smaller compared to others
Nasa unveils the stellar cosmos
Here are some of the images the American space agency selected to feature “our fascinating universe”
October 14: World Standards Day
Explained: What is the World Standards Day and why is it significant
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How are planets named?
Let's find out how a minor planet was named after Indian classical singer Pandit Jasraj
Mangalyaan: Still in orbit after half a decade
One of the most cost-effective missions of its kind, Mangalyaan will keep orbiting Mars for some more time
Risks associated with Artificial Intelligence worrying
And yet the concerns have not cast their shadow over India since AI research is still in its infancy in the country
‘We expect to find more interstellar comets in the future’
Nasa scientist Davide Farnocchia, who was one of the first to make observations about the new interstellar comet, speaks to Down To Earth
MIT researchers synthesise the blackest material on planet
The new substance is made from carbon nanotubes and the MIT researchers said it can absorb 99.996% of light
‘Rejuvenation treatment can delay onset of heart diseases, cancer’
Steve Horvath, a geneticist who was able to reverse nine people’s biological clock recently, spoke to Down To Earth about the study
Vision without eyes? The new OpticSELINE tech says yes
The digital human: The cyber version of humanity’s quest for immortality
If it were possible to download the neural networks of a human brain, could we preserve a computer simulation of that person?
WIPO’s piracy blacklist is flawed
Why is the UN body putting a stamp of approval on a system that is patently unjust and dangerous
Technology trail to the gene grail
First detected in the late 1980s, the potential of CRISPR-Cas9 became evident in mid-2012. The technology’s promise in curing chronic and …
Nasa's planet hunting mission finds three new 'worlds'
The team hopes research will reveal more planets, one of which may have the ability to form water and be habitable
Chandrayaan 2 aims to explore the dark side of the moon
India's second mission to the Moon aims to venture the satellite’s south polar region
US biologist found dead during Crete conference, police suspect homicide
Suzanne Eaton was working as a developmental biologist at Germany’s Max Planck institutes
5G will adversely affect weather predictions: Meteorologists in the US
Meteorologists are not happy sharing frequency band as they believe it will interfere with weather forecasting
Will 5G slip through the net or cast it wide?
As the Centre plans a Rs 6-lakh crore spectrum auction to make the introduction of 5G affordable, experts and industry stand at odds over its …
Bitcoins generate as much CO2 as Bengaluru or Chennai
Bitcoin mining — computing capacity used in the production — was the highest in Asia (68 per cent)
India plans to launch a space station
India would become the fourth country to launch a space station after the US, Russia and China
MIT researchers explore physics of evaporation
More than temperature, it's changes in pressure that influence how quickly liquid turns into gas
Feathers came 100 million years before birds: Study
The structures formed 250 million years ago in the Early Triassic period not for display or flight, but purely for insulation