Saturday 02nd May
NASA has developed and successfully flight tested a battery-powered plane with 10 engines that can take off and land like a helicopter.
A team of high school students has detected a rare pulsar with the largest orbit ever.This pulsar, was discovered by Cecilia McGough.
Reckless drivers, very soon your cars may be able tell if you are driving wrong, thanks to a new research by Indian scientist.
The US space agency has selected proposals from 254 small businesses and 39 research institutions to develop new technologies at NASA headquarters in Washington.
Sunday 03rd May
At least 13 people were killed by a car bomb in Baghdad, police said, in one of the deadliest attacks in the Iraqi capital.
Health experts said that a proper treatment plan can prevent deaths especially in children due to asthma.
The Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX), is set for first-ever “pad abort” test that will help NASA save lives in case of an emergency in a human spaceflight.
US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle spoke of their joy after Prince William’s wife Kate gave birth to a baby girl .
Monday 04th May
Ahead of his visit to China next week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made debut on Chinese social media platform ‘Sina Weibo’.
On the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his teachings of compassion were the answer to the ongoing turmoil in the world.
An RTI query seeking details of expenses incurred by the Centre on hosting US President Barack Obama earlier has been rejected by the Ministry of External Affairs.
The universe may actually be two dimensional but appears three dimensional – just like a hologram, according to scientists,
Tuesday 05th May
Global rating agency Fitch said the likely upturn in the country’s investment climate and interest rates will improve the property market by the end of March 2016.
French IT giant Capgemini is acquiring Nasdaq-listed IGate for $4.04 billion in the IT services space to take on rivals like IBM and Accenture.
Everyday innovations aimed at reducing size of the gadgets.Now,the space bar is what Google wants to put to rest.
Chief Minister N Rangasamy paid homage at the statue of the Tamil poet Bharathidasan here on his 51st death anniversary.
Wednesday 06th May
Now, geologists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have unearthed India’s rapid move toward Eurasia 80 million years .
In a bid to beat exam stress, students at a UK university are being offered a novel way to relax by cuddling a puppy for a small donation of £1.50.
Harvard researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a new biocompatible hydrogel that can be filled with cells or molecules.
A seventeen year old boy from Bangladesh with one of the rarest varieties of cancer was successfully treated in the city.
Thursday 07th May
Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that is 13.1 billion light years away from earth, making it the farthest galaxy known currently.
US researchers have found a way to make jet fuel from a common black fungus found in decaying leaves, soil and rotting fruit
The sounds and vibrations emitted by cellphones carried by pregnant women may rattle the sleep-and-wake cycles of their foetuses, a new study has found..
Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti has become the world’s first orbiting barista after firing up experimental coffee machine 250 miles above Earth.
Friday 08th May
New obesity figures for Europe to be announced by the World Health Organization at the European Congress on Obesity in Prague are causing alarm.
Nepal government has decided to close Mt Everest for climbing activities this season as routes above the base camp were impossible to be fixed.
A small number of very premature babies are surviving earlier outside the womb than doctors once thought possible, a new study has documented,
Scientists have developed a new injectable polymer material that encourages faster, more durable blood clotting at wound sites to stop bleeding.