This country could perhaps be among the nations which could construct a modular habitat on Mars
The breakthrugh procedure was carried out last year by Turkish surgeons on 21-year-old Derya Sert, who was born without a uterus.
This galaxy is like a highly tuned sports car, converting gas to stars at the most efficient rate thought to be possible
Astronomers said that they had found the most Earth-like worlds yet known in the outer cosmos, a pair of planets that appear capable of supporting life.
Astronauts could now be a step closer for a trip to Mars through a unique manipulation of nuclear fusion, the same energy that powers the sun and stars.
Scientists claim to have discovered a magnetic "solar heartbeat" in the Sun's deep interior, that generates energy which leads to solar flares and sunspots.
A Russian billionaire has unveiled plans to make humans immortal by converting them into 'Terminator-style' cyborgs - a creature that's part human and part machine - within the next three decades.
Scientists said on Wednesday they may be close to tracking down the mysterious “dark matter” which makes up more than a quarter of the universe but has never been seen.
India’s ambitious plan to send a spacecraft to Mars later this year has certainly caught America’s eye as India looks to play catch up in the global space race alongside the US, Russia, China and Japan.
Got an idea how to come up with the ‘next generation condom’? You may bag upto one million dollars from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Physicists said Thursday they are now confident they have discovered a crucial subatomic particle known as a Higgs boson - a major discovery that will go a long ways toward helping them explain why the universe is the way it is.
A recently discovered comet is closer than it's ever been to Earth, and stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere finally get to see it.
At the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, two armies of scientists struggled to close in on physics' most elusive particle.
The consumer insights that come from analytics give a competitive advantage to firms that use them strategically.
What is also baffling the experts is that while the fish's numbers are falling in Indian waters, it is flourishing in the waters of neigbouring Bangladesh.
New astonishing pictures by the European Space Agency have revealed a 1500 km long and 7 kilometre wide river that once ran across Mars.
Astronomers have discovered that super-massive black holes - located at the centres of galaxies are growing faster than previously thought.
Inspired by nature, scientists have created the world's most advanced molecular machine that will revolutionise the manufacturing process.
States propose to add solar installations at such a frenetic pace that doubts have arisen over the projects' viability.
Masquerading as a boy to get admitted to school or being rejected by the community for staying in a Muslim family's house to write her exams - they bravely fought all odds decades ago to pursue their science dream and are now top women scientists in the country.
In Noida a team of 15 have put their heads together to send the first privately launched rover to the moon, also the only team from India and Asia to be competing with 25 others in the world to do the same by 2015.
The official kilogram - a cylinder-shaped hunk of metal - that defines the fundamental unit of mass, has itself gained weight, scientists say
Space scientists will send a mission to Mars that, if successful, will propel India into the elite club of four—the US, Russia, Europe and Japan.
A woman in Andhra Pradesh has written to the ministry of external affairs for help in tracing her scientist son in the US who has not contacted her for nine years.
Over the years, India has proven its expertise in creating world-class products and services at low cost, gaining from economies of scale.
Dec 21 has come and gone with the prophecy that the world would come to an end turning out to be all hot air and hype.
Data from Tau Ceti is very tentative, but hints at a planet.
The physicists who theorised the existence of a basic subatomic particle half a century ago are confident recent data is proving they were right all along.
Aiming for a place at the high table of scientists in the quest of creating artificial life, India will join an ambitious international project that aims to develop a synthetic version of yeast, which apart from leavening bread and brewing wine could be used to clean up coal or exude biofuel.
Scientists have for the first time discovered a common gene variant that influences when you will wake up each day and the time of the day you are most likely to die, a new study has claimed.
The Army troops deployed along the China border from Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh in northeast have reported more than 100 sightings of "Unidentified Flying Objects" (UFOs) in the last three months.
Discovered by a US-Franco research team, its radius is twice that of Earth's and its mass is eight times greater. It is also incredibly hot, with temperatures on its surface reaching 3,900 degrees Fahrenheit (2,148 Celsius).
Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams set a new record for total cumulative spacewalk time by a female astronaut with her sixth space walk to repair a faulty power distribution unit.
"Touchdown confirmed for @MarsCuriosity," said a NASA tweet as its scientists celebrated back in headquarters.
NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, Russian cosmonaut Yury Malenchenko and Japan's Akihito Hoshide will travel two days before reaching their three colleagues already at the permanent space outpost.
Satyendra Nath Bose, the physicist who lent his name to the 'boson,' was saved from obscurity by his mentor Albert Einstein.
The Higgs boson, which scientists at Cern appear to be homing in on after 45 years, gets its name, as everyone knows, from British physicist Peter Higgs, one of the first to propose its existence.
India on Thursday conducted a successful test-fire of its indigenously developed nuclear capable Agni-V ballistic missile with a strike range of over 5,000 km from a test range off Odisha coast.
The chamber is used by companies all over America – including Nasa, which puts their astronauts to the test in there, floating in a water-filled container, to see how long it takes before hallucinations take place and whether they could work through it.
The African Union, that represents 54 nations of the African continent, Thursday expressed its wish to have a long-term strategic partnership with India in science and technology (S&T), given India's "remarkable progress" in this area in the last decade.