Signals from the outskirts of a galaxy that is not more than 150 million years indicate formation of newer stars by the galaxies beyond their visible boundaries.
Study of plastic-lined farm ponds in orchard farming and its impact on society.
Researchers devise a new technique to identify the presence of tiny invisible plastic pollutants using microwave radiation.
A study of 29 European lakes has found that some naturally occurring lake bacteria grow faster and more efficiently on the remains of plastic bags than on natural matter like leaves and twigs.
Non-invasive brain stimulation can restore optimal motor skill acquisition in people with diminished learning capabilities, e.g., due to age.
The switch—one of the most fundamental components of computing—using optical, rather than electronic, components.
The findings, based on a longitudinal study of 515 older adults, could lead to the development of smell-test screening to detect cognitive impairment earlier in patients.
These microbiome-derived sphingolipids appear to ameliorate a problematic fatty liver
Antibodies that summon virus-engulfing white blood cells may play an important role in protecting infants from potentially serious congenital infection with human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)
All baby birds have a moment prior to hatching when their hip bone is a tiny replica of a dinosaur’s pelvis
It’s hard to imagine life on Earth without mammals. They swim in the depths of the ocean, hop across deserts in Australia and travel to the moon.
A dense, collapsed star spinning 707 times per second has shredded and consumed nearly the entire mass of its stellar companion and, in the process, grown into the heaviest neutron star observed to date
People could potentially live and work in lunar pits and caves with steady temperatures in the 60s
Researchers reported that epigenetic age acceleration could be used as a biomarker for healthy longevity and to estimate functional and cognitive aging.
Study shows that much of this diversity is driven by a relatively recent innovation among bony fish — feeding by biting prey from surfaces.
Findings Could Lead to Personalized Therapies for Metastatic Cancer
The self-powered unit fits into the nostrils and could enhance the quality of life for people with limited mobility or inability to speak clearly.
Scientists have found that the shape of sand grains influences the liquefaction of sand, one of the major factors behind the collapse of structures during earthquakes.
Researchers have taken a significant leap toward solving the mystery of why few pockets of glaciers in the Karakoram Range are resisting glacial melt due to global warming.
Researchers have developed a dermal patch with a blend of natural healing agents and polymers in a bilayer structure for improved wound healing.
The invention will facilitate the creation of a new class of Space Robots which will reinforce the Indian Space Technology.
Map to help in planning, prioritising, and implementation of essential watershed development activities to minimize soil erosion.
A team of astronomers has developed a method that will allow them to ‘see’ through the fog of the early Universe and detect light from the first stars and galaxies.
Researchers have estimated with unprecedented accuracy the number of neurons and other types of cells in the brain of fruit fly larvae—and discovered that females have substantially more neurons than males.
A new review of mantle transition zone seismic properties reveals the impacts of this zone on heat and chemical circulation within Earth’s mantle.
Researchers have identified the gene responsible for resistance in certain cassava cultivars against the devastating cassava mosaic disease.
Study of 21 cultures, from San Diego to East Africa, finds striking similarities in infant-directed speech, song.
New fossil is closely related to other animals that made the transition to land
Wireless charging roads equipped with energy storage systems are promising electric vehicle solutions by virtue of their strong advantages in time saving and reduced pressure on the existing power infrastructure.
Researchers have for the first time defined the fundamental and practical limits of spaceplates.