LG begins trials for indoor robot delivery service

The company earlier deployed the robot assistant at Seoul National University Hospital where it has been tasked with picking up and delivering equipment, blood... Read more »

This galaxy surviving a black hole’s feast

"This shows us that the growth of active black holes doesn't stop star birth instantaneously, which goes against all the current scientific predictions," said... Read more »

Twitter launches emojis to raise awareness about women’s rights

Twitter said it is also supporting local nonprofits across the world by providing "Ads for Good" grants to several partners to ensure that they... Read more »

Researchers create 3D-printed nasal swab for Covid testing

"To date, we have printed more than 100,000 3D NP swabs, and hospitals around the world have used our 3D files to print tens... Read more »

NASA rover helps scientists find signs of megafloods on Mars

"We identified megafloods for the first time using detailed sedimentological data observed by the rover Curiosity," said co-author Alberto Fairen, a visiting astrobiologist at... Read more »

NASA set to launch new satellite to monitor rising sea level

Called Sentinel-6, the satellite will continue NASA's three decades-long work to document rising sea levels. Read more »

India to send Bhutan satellite in space next year

"India opened its space sector for private enterprises. It will boost innovation, capacity and skills. ISRO will be sending Bhutan's satellite next year and... Read more »

Scientists solve 16-year-old Blue Ring Nebula mystery

The nebula -- a cloud of gas in space -- is likely composed of debris from two stars that collided and merged into a... Read more »

PM bootstraps Bengaluru tech summit in virtual mode

"Thanks to digital technology, India has been able to scale up faster in the service delivery to people across the country. Even during the... Read more »

India worst hit by ransomware in APAC region

About 34 per cent Indian respondents shared that they have paid between $1 million-$2.5 million as a result of malware attacks in the last... Read more »

SpaceX Crew Dragon with 4 astronauts reaches space station

The SpaceX Crew-1 mission with NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Soichi Noguchi lifted off... Read more »

SpaceX rocket with 4 astronauts heads to space station

The spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, and Shannon Walker, along with Soichi Noguchi of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has safely... Read more »

Plumes on Europa could come from water in Jupiter moon’s crust

A model using images collected by NASA's Galileo spacecraft outlines a process for brine, or salt-enriched water, moving around within the moon's shell and... Read more »

Astronomers spot ‘unexplained brightness’ from colossal explosion

"It's amazing to me that after 10 years of studying the same type of phenomenon, we can discover unprecedented behaviour like this," said lead... Read more »

PUBG to return with Indian subsidiary, pumps $100mn into gaming

With its South Korean parent company Krafton, Inc., PUBG Corp also plans to make investments worth $100 million in India to cultivate the local... Read more »

Virtual harassment up: Bare-chested men, porn clips during online classes

Women teachers are complaining that young men have started appearing in the computer windows and some of them even play porn clips during the... Read more »

IN-SPACe should be single window agency for space licensing: Spacefed

Last month, the Department of Space came out with the draft Space Based Communication Policy of India-2020 (Spacecom Policy-2020) and draft Norms, Guidelines and... Read more »

Massive asteroid ‘Apophis’ may hit Earth in 2068

"All asteroids need to reradiate as heat the energy they absorb from sunlight in order to maintain thermal equilibrium, a process that slightly changes... Read more »

ISRO opts for generic name for communication satellites too

On Saturday, post the successful launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-C49 (PSLV-C49), putting into orbit India's own radar imaging satellite EOS-01 (formerly RISAT-2BR2),... Read more »

India adds 1 more eye in sky, radar imaging satellite & 9 foreign sats launched

India's new earth observation satellite up in the sky will send good clarity images which will be used for agriculture, forestry and disaster management... Read more »