The scientists found out a way in which their sufficient DNA findings were enough to reconstruct a full human genome. It showed that the person was female and had dark skin, dark hair and blue eyes.
A programme is being organised by the Ministry of Science and Technology on National Science Day in New Delhi where the awardees will be presented the awards.
‘Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology’, named in his honor, is awarded to outstanding scientists
16 years back on this day, India lost one of its most talented children when US Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated on its way back to the earth. India born Kalpana Chawla along with six other crew members lost her life. Kalpana Chawla continues to inspire millions of people with her[Read More…]
The first partial solar eclipse of the year 2019 is set to take place on Sunday (January 6). The astronomical spectacle will begin at around 5 AM according to the Indian Standard Time(IST), unfortunately it will not be visible to the Indian subcontinent. The viewing would be though possible to[Read More…]
The Indian Space Research Organisation is all set to launch another communication satellite from its Sriharikota center. The GSAT-7A satellite for the Indian Air Force (IAF) will be carried aboard a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV Mk II) and it is set to launch in a short while. The new[Read More…]
Le, Grand K, a cylinder comprising of platinum-iridium, placed in an underground vault in Paris, will no longer be the standard that the scientists will measure their one kg with! On Friday, at the Palace of Versailles, scientists from all around the world voted to what is a major change in[Read More…]
New Delhi: French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said that France should be the best partner for India and the entry point to Europe. Macron, who arrived here on Friday on a four-day visit to India during the course of which he will co-chair the founding conference of the International[Read More…]
The earliest traces of life on Earth in the form of single-celled organisms go back some 3.5 billion years. Almost 1.6 billion-year-old fossils that appear to contain red algae have been found by scientists in India. This may be the oldest plant-like life discovered on Earth, according to a study. Notably,[Read More…]
The extinct Wholly mammoth which have been extinct around 4,000 years ago could be walking on this planet again, says scientists. A shocking report on The Guardian says that the some scientists are planning the resurrection of this animal using genetic engineering. As per the reports, Professor George Church who is leading[Read More…]
Discovery of powerful cosmic double whammy: Astrophysics solves the mystery of galaxy cluster research
Researchers have discovered a cosmic one-two punch unlike anything ever seen before. Two of the most powerful phenomena in the Universe, a supermassive black hole, and the collision of giant galaxy clusters, have combined to create a stupendous cosmic particle accelerator about two billion light years from Earth Astronomers using[Read More…]