Pixel 4a review
Killer camera, best software but not for everyone
Biodiversity by the Bay
Renegotiating lost edge of river Mithi
Partial solar eclipse on Saturday to add to July's list of celestial events
Only stargazers on the very southern coasts of Australia and New Zealand might catch the eclipse.
Jul 12, 2018
People can’t think straight without air conditioning during heat waves: Study
Students without AC in a heat wave showed higher reaction times and a reduced memory capacity.
NASA needs contingency plan for American presence on ISS, says US govt report
Meanwhile, Elon Musk said that his capsule has been delivered to NASA for its first test mission.
NASA probe might have destroyed organic molecules found on Mars: Report
NASA's twin Viking landers conducted the first experiments that searched for organic matter on Mars.
NASA's Cassini captures eerie audio of interaction between Saturn and Enceladus
This recording was captured by the Radio Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) instrument on 2 September 2017
Why NASA's James Webb Telescope will study gas giants before looking for aliens
The team expects to find water, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide on WASP-79b, a prospective habitable planet
Archeologists find remains of a 200-million-year old giant dinosaur in Argentina
Giant dinosaurs lived on Earth much earlier than thought, according to excavators in Argentina.
As China stops buying 'contaminated' recycled materials, trash piles up in US
Last year, China bought up more than half of the scrap materials exported by the US.
Remains of stone tools in China advances presence of early humans by 200 millennia
The oldest known African fossil attributed to a member of the Homo family is 2.8 million-years old.
No two people, including identical twins, share common brain anatomy: Study
Like fingerprints are unique in every individual, so is the central switchboard inside our heads.
No two people, including twins, share the same brain anatomy: Study
Fingerprints are unique in every individual, so is the central switchboard inside our brain.
Jul 11, 2018
Technology in museums
Indian museums are yet to utilize technology to document historic collections
Museums abroad are networking with scientists and harvesting tools in establishing art authenticity.
Measuring rainfall: What's a rain gauge and why downpours are read in mm
The rain gauge is what meteorologists use to measure precipitation over a certain period of time.
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