G20 deliberations currently ongoing in Mumbai aim to promote sustainable blue economies through advancements in science, technology, and innovation, supported by robust policy frameworks, governance initiatives, and alternative finance mechanisms.
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What is beyond Big Bang? Here’s an alternative to the popular theory of origin of the universe
The decade-long Zoonomia project shows that animals have a lot to teach us about our health, disease, and potentially new ideas for medicines
A recent study published in the journal Nature suggests that ancient Earth may have produced its earliest water supply.
India is going to be at par with six global countries researching quantum technology.
SpaceX had planned to fly the nearly 400-foot Starship rocket from the southern tip of Texas, near the Mexican border.
The new state-of-the-art facility in Bengaluru is creating inroads in T-Cell therapy. We look at Immuneel’s goals and check out the latest on T cells.
As the head of the programme, Amit Kshatriya will be responsible for programme planning and implementation for human missions to the Moon and Mars.
The white-coloured humanoid "Garmi" does not look much different from a typical robot -- it stands on a platform with wheels and is equipped with a black screen on which two blue circles acting as eyes are attached. Garmi is a product of a new sector called geriatronics, a discipline that taps advanced technologies like robotics, IT and 3D technology for geriatrics, gerontology and nursing.
The British Indian leader said the new Science and Technology Framework is designed to challenge every part of government to better put the UK at the forefront of global science and technology this decade through 10 key actions, creating a coordinated cross-government approach.
The hair samples being sent into space belong to former US Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan
The Moon's dark regions that are visible to the naked eye, known as the 'mare', are remnants of a violent history of the Solar System, ISRO said.
The aerospace company pitched the technique for NASA's Artemis program
Indonesia and Brazil are the Troika members along with India, the host nation. The two-day meeting to be held on Monday and Tuesday will focus on scientific and technology aspects that would help the growth of nations.
In a projection made by the team for 2050, the four degradation factors will continue to be major sources of carbon emissions into the atmosphere, regardless of the growth or suppression of deforestation of the forest.
Development in science should be aimed at fulfilling India's needs, and this should be the inspiration for our scientific community, he said in his address to the Indian Science Congress, being held in Nagpur, via video conferencing.
The year 2022 has seen some of the key developments and breakthroughs in science. From images of unseen universe to breakthrough in Alzheimer's treatments. Let’s take a look at some…
Cameron holds the record for the deepest a human being has ever dived in the ocean; with 'Avatar: The Way of Water', he hopes to inspire the next generation of discoverers by introducing viewers to the wonders of the ocean.
In a bold attempt to stop the progress of some cases of Alzheimer’s disease, a group of researchers is trying something new: injecting a protective gene into patients’ brains.
The entire collection covers more than 15,000 letters written between 1822 and 1882
A team from the Australian National University shares some astonishing new insights.
News of an earthquake in some part of the world is popping up every now and then… But why is it so? Is the frequency of earthquakes really rising? Or it is just a temporary cluster? Find out every detail in this video!
Siddhartha Mukherjee's new book, a deep-dive into the mysteries and marvels of the tiny biological cell, is a monumental addition to the small but solid genre of medical non-fiction.
The floods, which killed more than 600 people in Nigeria and more than 200 in Niger and Chad, were the consequence of an extremely wet rainy season.