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Scientists make research “jelly” gro

Singapore, Dec 30 (IBNS): Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have found a way to direct the growth of hydrogel, a jelly-like substance, to mimic plant or animal tissue structure and shapes. 

NASA, American girl inspire next generat

Washington, Dec 29 (IBNS): NASA is collaborating with a well-known doll and book company to inspire children to dream big and reach for the stars.

Learning through drama helps nurses face

London, Dec 26 (IBNS): Learning through drama has unique potential for preparing future nurses and specialist nursing staff for their future professional role, as shown by research from Sahlgrenska Academy. Using role play and exploring various healthcare situations enables nursing students to develop skills that are hard to achieve through traditional education.

Origins of photosynthesis in plants date

London, Dec 24 (IBNS): The world’s oldest algae fossils are a billion years old, according to a new analysis by earth scientists at McGill University.

NASA tests 3-D printed rocket part to re

Washington,Dec 22 (IBNS): Engineers successfully hot-fire tested an RS-25 rocket engine with a large 3-D printed part for the first time on Dec. 13, marking a key step toward reducing costs for future engines that power NASA’s new heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch System.


NASA invests in concept development for

Washington, Dec 22 (IBNS): NASA has selected two finalist concepts for a robotic mission planned to launch in the mid-2020s: a comet sample return mission and a drone-like rotorcraft that would explore potential landing sites on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.

New study finds 'Winking' star may be de

Washington, Dec 22 (IBNS): A team of U.S. astronomers studying the star RZ Piscium has found evidence suggesting its strange, unpredictable dimming episodes may be caused by vast orbiting clouds of gas and dust, the remains of one or more destroyed planets.

A new twist in the dark matter tale

Washington, Dec 20 (IBNS): An innovative interpretation of X-ray data from a cluster of galaxies could help scientists fulfill a quest they have been on for decades: determining the nature of dark matter.

Alien object 'oumuamua' was a natural bo

Washington, Dec 19 (IBNS): Scientists at Queen’s have led worldwide investigations into a mysterious object that passed close to Earth after arriving from deep interstellar space.

NASA scientist talks on 'Life beyond Ear

Kolkata, Dec 19 (IBNS): Senior Research Scientist from NASA, Goutam Chattopadhyay, recently delivered a popular lecture on 'Life beyond Earth' in Kolkata.


Artificial Intelligence, NASA data used

Washington, Dec 15 (IBNS): Our solar system now is tied for most number of planets around a single star, with the recent discovery of an eighth planet circling Kepler-90, a Sun-like star 2,545 light-years from Earth. The planet was discovered in data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope.

Does new horizons’ next target have a

Washington, Dec 13 (IBNS): Scientists were already excited to learn this summer that New Horizons’ next flyby target – a Kuiper Belt object a billion miles past Pluto -- might be either peanut-shaped or even two objects orbiting one another. Now new data hints that 2014 MU69 might have orbital company: a small moon.

Bright areas on Ceres suggest Geologic a

Washington, Dec 13 (IBNS): If you could fly aboard NASA's Dawn spacecraft, the surface of dwarf planet Ceres would generally look quite dark, but with notable exceptions.

New CERN facility can help medical resea

Geneva, Dec 12 (IBNS): The new CERN-MEDICIS facility on Tuesday produced radioisotopes for medical research for the first time.

NASA's Juno probes the depths of Jupiter

Washington, Dec 12 (IBNS): Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds.

Majority of humanity say we are not alon

New York, Dec 9 (IBNS): Since the early days of humanity people are fascinated by the mysteries of the universe and the possibility of life on other planets.

NASA asks skywatchers to gear up to expe

Washington, Dec 9 (IBNS): Maybe you've already seen a bright meteor streak across the December sky? The annual Geminid meteor shower has arrived. It's a good time to bundle up, go outside and let the universe blow your mind!


NASA explores Artificial Intelligence fo

Washington, De 9 (IBNS): NASA spacecraft typically rely on human-controlled radio systems to communicate with Earth.

Insights on fast cockroaches can help te

New York, Dec 8 (IBNS):First-time evidence that fast insects can change their gait like a mammal’s transition from trot to gallop

Most distant Black Hole discovered

Washington, Dec 8 (IBNS): Scientists have uncovered a rare relic from the early universe: the farthest known supermassive black hole.

NASA-funded simulations show how massive

Washington, Dec 6 (IBNS): Planetary collisions are at the core of our solar system’s formation. Scientists have long believed that after the Moon’s formation, the early Earth experienced a long period of bombardment that diminished about 3.8 billion years ago.

Akash Missile successfully tested: Govt

New Delhi, Dec 5 (IBNS): The Surface to Air Missile AKASH with indigenous radio frequency seeker against target Banshee, has been successfully launched from the Launch Complex-III at ITR Chandipur today at 1338 hrs, officials said.

Study finds reading information aloud to

Ontario, Dec 2 (IBNS): You are more likely to remember something if you read it out loud, a study from the University of Waterloo has found.

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