Saturday 04th July
Scientists said they had created a small robot that can recover from damage, in a step towards machines that mimic the remarkable adaptive powers.
In Nanjing, the eastern Chinese city, seven animal farms have been turned into earthquake warning stations.
A software glitch that triggered communication loss with NASA’s New Horizon spacecraft has been rectified and the probe is on way for a Pluto fly-by.
The US military is developing a next-generation hypersonic jet plane that could fly at up to five times the speed of sound – faster than a bullet.
Sunday 05h July
Hillary Rodham Clinton has said that she remains hopeful the US can reach a “strong verifiable deal” to curb Iran’s nuclear weapons programme.
Malaysian Prime Minister NajibRazak says a report that more than $900 million was wired to his personal account from banks is a ‘political sabotage’.
With nine days left for Nasa’s New Horizons’ historic encounter with Pluto, the nearly 700-million dollar mission faced a major problem of science data.
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton won his second successive British Grand Prix to extend his lead in the championship.
Mondayy 06th July
Exercising can help delay the onset of heart diseases, but how it could also improve quality of life in patients suffering from such diseases.
Chronic depression may shrink the hippocampus, a brain area responsible for forming new memories, a new global study of nearly 9,000 people has warned.
Players get emotionally engrossed in video games and enjoy the fear caused by zombies, disfigured humans and darkness they often encounter, a new study has found.
Biology Sanjeev Galande at the Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research (IISER), Pune, has been selected for the GD Birla Award for scientific research for 2014.
Tuesday 07th July
The Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, officially known as the Elizabeth Tower, holds the second largest four-faced chiming clock in the world.
Glacier Express, which connects the two largest railway stations mountain resorts in the Swiss Alps is one of the most beautiful railway routes in the world.
A 10-minute test could help doctors sniff out autism since kids without the disorder breathe in scents more deeply than stinky ones, says a health study.
Modern cockpits in aircraft bombard pilots with so much information that their brains can shut down during a crisis, new research has warned.
Wednesday 08th July
Central Avenue, in Albany, New York, which runs from Lark Street in the city of Albany has huge sky scrapers and is called State Street.
According to astronomers the newly discovered gigantic black holes were hidden from direct view by swirling clouds of dust and gas.
Susannah Mushatt Jones of Brooklyn, New York, had celebrated her 116th birthday and is also officially recognized as the world’s oldest living person by Guinness World Records.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad has a 65-year-old steam locomotive from the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore and a working turn table.
Keukenhof also known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens. It is situated in Lisse, the Netherlands.
Thursday 09th July
Scientists are developing the first large panel of antibody treatments against the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus.
A Russian artist Salavat Fidai does a different type of carving. He carves excellent sculptures of people and objects on pencils.
The Long Beach Museum of Art based in California has invited artists to decorate the museum walls with different forms of street art.
Mary Iverson a Seattle based artist has used shipping containers to portray the clash between globalization and the environment.
A certain path in Brussels, Belgium takes people on a tour of comic book characters like Tintin,Smurfs,Asterix and many more.
Friday 10th July
A house called Casa Brutale that was built by Greek architects is hidden in between a cliff which gives a terrific view of the Aegean Sea.
Researchers have discovered that supplementing existing antiretroviral therapy with a natural compound can reduce the progression of AIDS.
Cindy Crawford success at modeling made her an international celebrity that has led her to riches and fame across the world.
Scientists are developing a new laser system for fast, non-invasive, on-site breath analysis to screen people for a range of diseases.
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has beamed back the most detailed image yet of Pluto, showing a large heart-shaped bright area measuring some 2,000 kilometres across the dwarf planet’s surface.