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    First-ever Direct Image of a Distant World by NASA’s Webb is Stunning

    Astronomers have captured a direct image of a planet outside of our solar system for the first time using NASA's Webb Space Telescope. Since the exoplanet is a gas giant and lacks a stony surface, life cannot exist there. The image captured by James Webb Space Telescope, as seen through four different light filters, demonstrates how Webb's strong infrared vision can readily capture worlds outside...

    NASA’s new study supports Einstein’s theory of gravity, but the mystery of dark energy persists

    Our universe is surrounded in mystery, some explained and some yet to be explained. The quest to know and discover such as the dark energy continues. The most recent scientific understanding of how gravity operates and impacts the world we live in has to some extent been defined by space scientists. However, the "dark energy" that is causing this acceleration is still a mystery. But...

    NASA publishes a photo of powerful storms close to Jupiter

    NASA has released a spectacular new image of Jupiter that shows "powerful storms" close to the planet's north pole. Using unprocessed image data from the JunoCam of the American space agency NASA, a citizen scientist produced the enhanced colour and contrast view of the storms. On July 5, 2022, NASA conducted its 43rd flyby of Jupiter as part of its effort to study the planet. According to...

    India Celebrates National Technology Day today, a tribute to Pokhran Nuclear Test

    National Technology Day 2022 : India's most defining milestones in the history of India’s Technology Programmes, Mission to further scientific and technological advancement is the successful nuclear tests done in 1998 in the Pokhran region of Rajasthan. India’s then prime minister, Atal Vihari Bajpai led the mission of making India an independent nuclear power. India celebrates National Technology Day on May 11 as it was...

    Climate Change to Result in Extensive Cross Species Virus Transmission by 2070 – New Study

    Climate change will cause the spread of thousands of new viruses among animal species by 2070 and that is likely to escalate the risk of emerging infectious diseases jumping from animals to humans. The new study by Colin Carlson and Greg Albery. says climate change is pushing animals to migrate, increasing the risks of new pandemics. The study says at least 10,000 virus species have...

    Science is Rewarding, if You Defeat the Odds – COVAXIN Scientist Krishna

    Science pays, if you are passionate, and committed towards it, COVAXIN Scientist Krishna Ella said. Addressing young entrepreneurs in Hyderabad and told a packed audience in an interactive session 'Braving the Odds' Dr. Krishna Ella, Co-Founder of Bharat Biotech said "I am still a scientist… Science is my passion." When asked which is more exciting and challenging to him between being a scientist...

    Dr Jacob John Book on POLIO is Emotive, Science at its Best – Dr Krishna Ella

    New Delhi: Launching Dr Jacob John authored Book on POLIO - The Eradication Imgroglio in New Delhi on Saturday Dr. Krishna Ella, Scientist, Co-Founder, Chairman and Managing Director Bharat Biotech said it is a celebration of science, and what science can do to solve infectious diseases. "It is inspiring and leaves us to ponder many important facets of science and its interpretation."...

    Bharat Biotech TB Vaccine is in an important phase of development – Dr. Krishna Ella

    Hyderabad: COVAXIN maker Bharat Biotech is on the verge of developing a vaccine against tuberculosis and soon the company will ink an a MoU with another firm for technology. This was mentioned by Dr. Krishna Ella, CMD Bharat Biotech during BioAsia 2022 Panel Discussion “Our honourable Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) has got an agenda of 2025 for the eradication of tuberculosis. I think we are...

    A potentially hazardous Asteroid to Zoom Past Earth on 18th Jan – NASA Says

    A potentially hazardous Asteroid is headed for a close approach on January 18. According to NASA Asteroid 7482 (1994 PC1) will zoom past Earth in the coming weeks as it moves around in its elliptical orbit through the solar system. Asteroid 7482 (1994 PC1) was first discovered by Robert McNaught on August 9, 1994, using the Siding Spring Observatory in Australia and data showed that...

    Today Google Doodle Pays Rich Tribute to Dr. Kamal Ranadive

    Today's Google Doodle, marking the birthday of well-known India cell biologist Dr. Kamal Randadive is a big tribute to science, and India's leadership in advancing healthcare. Dr. Kamal is best known for his pioneering cancer research and commitment to creating a fairer society through science and education. For all cell biologists, today is a day for celebration world over. The Indian cell biologist Dr. Kamal...

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