Scientists have discovered a significant growth in an already huge crack on the Larsen C ice shelf in the Antarctic Peninsula region.
A team of scientists has discovered two geologically young craters – one 16 million years old and the other between 75-420 million years – in the Moon's darkest regions.
Researchers have discovered a type of brain cells that play a key role in reducing the effects of cocaine on the brain.
Touted to be the biggest one of its kind in the world, the 11.5 MW rooftop solar energy plant was inaugurated on Tuesday by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal at the Radha Soami sect headquarters here.
Nasa's weekend report on the spiralling global temperature tells us that April was the hottest month on record with 1.11°C temperature
In a bad news for marine life as a new study has found that loss of oxygen in oceans due to climate change should be evident across large regions by 2030.
Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration was the major driver behind the global climatic shifts that occurred between 53 and 34 million years ago.
Scientists have unveiled unique and unexpected behaviour of water molecules that is unmatched by any known gas, liquid or solid states.
Astronomers have detected the faintest millimetre-wave source ever observed using ALMA, the world's largest ground-based facility for observations in the millimetre/submillimetre regime in Chile.
While ape brains weigh 275 to 500 gm on average, birds, who are just as skilful despite lacking a cortex, only manage five to 20 gm
Cthulhu Regio stretches nearly halfway around Pluto's equator, starting from the west of the great nitrogen ice plains known as Sputnik Planum.
West Pacific region and SE Asia are likely to be worst affected due to climate changes, and three quarters of all deaths would to occur in China, India.
In a mock building fire researchers were surprised to find that the test subjects trusted the robot, even when the machine's behaviour was questionable.
India will get to observe the solar eclipse, which will begin around sunrise, barring the north-west and western parts of the country.
Madhu Menon, physicist at the University of Kentucky, the new material is made up of silicon, boron and nitrogen, and is stable — which graphene lacks.
The facility for studying gravitational waves, which will be called LIGO, will be the third of its kind in the world as well the first outside the US.
NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission made a series of close approaches to Phobos, collecting data from within 500 kms of the moon.
The new ultra-thin graphene sheets could enable future applications such as "smart wallpaper" generating electricity from waste light or heat.
The model will help forest managers determine which species of trees are necessary for forests to recover wildfires and other disturbances.
Experts at the University of Sussex found that by measuring a person's movements as they use a computer, it is possible to judge their level of interest