ISRO's LVM-M3/OneWeb-India 2 mission launched successfully
Sriharikota(AP)/IBNS/UNI: In a dedicated second commercial launch, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday successfully accomplished the LVM-M3 mission.
Hyderabad’s Svaya Robotics develops quadruped robot and exoskeleton for defence sector
Hyderabad/IBNS: Hyderabad-based Svaya Robotics in collaboration with DRDO Labs -Research and Development Establishment, Pune (RDE) and Defense Bio-engineering Electro Medial Laboratory, Bangalore (DEBEL), have developed India’s first quadruped robot and the exo-skeleton, both technology demonstrators.
ISRO to launch 2nd batch of One Web's 36 satellites using LVM-3 on Mar 26
Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is scheduled to launch 36 satellites for UK-based OneWeb from the Sriharikota spaceport On March 26, at 9.00 a.m.
Could ChatGPT replace GPs in infection consulting scenarios? University of Liverpool gives the answer
Liverpool: Researchers from the University of Liverpool have tested whether the AI-powered chatbot ChatGPT could be used to make decisions about prescribing patients with antibiotics.
40 percent of time spent on mundane chores could be automated within 10 years, say AI experts
London: Grocery shopping is the most ‘automatable’ household task Childcare is the least automatable domestic task Experts in UK and Japan divide on how much time will be saved.
‘More women and girls in science equals better science’, UN chief declares
New York: Gender bias in science has resulted in drug tests that treat the female body as an aberration, and search algorithms that perpetuate discrimination, but the solution is simple: increase the numbers of women working in the field and support the girls hoping to join them one day.
Huge piece of Sun breaks off, leaves scientific community stunned
A new development in the Sun has left scientists baffled as they found out that a huge part of its surface has broken off.
SSLV-D2 successfully injects EOS-07, 2 other satellites in orbit
Sriharikota/UNI: India's second developmental flight of the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV-D2) on Friday successfully launched ISRO's Earth Observation Satellites (EOS-07) and two other co-passenger satellites into the desired orbit on Friday from the SHAR Range here.
ISRO: SSLV-D2 successfully injects EOS-07, 2 other satellites in orbit
Sriharikota: India's second developmental flight of the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV-D2) on Friday successfully launched ISRO's Earth Observation Satellites (EOS-07) and two other co-passenger satellites into the desired orbit from the SHAR Range here.
Russia to conduct first space launch in 2023 on Feb 5: Space Center
Moscow/UNI: Russia's first space launch in 2023 will take place on Feb 5, when a Proton-M rocket will carry the fourth Elektro–L meteorological satellite into orbit, the Yuzhny Space Center of the Baikonur cosmodrome said.
Soyuz MS-23 spacecraft to be sent to International Space Station
Moscow: The Soyuz MS-23 rescue spacecraft will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS) via unmanned mode on February 20, the Soyuz MS-22 with a damaged cooling system will return to Earth without a crew, Russian state space agency Roscosmos said on Wednesday.
Researchers in six categories awarded Infosys Prize 2022
Bengaluru: The Infosys Science Foundation (ISF) on Saturday awarded the winners of the Infosys Prize 2022 for their significant contributions to research at a presentation ceremony in Bengaluru.
IIT Guwahati researchers report an efficient multifunctional enzyme that can breakdown woody biomass for conversion to bioethanol fuel
Guwahati: Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati researchers have studied the efficacy of a specific bacterial endoglucanase enzyme, RfGH5_4 from Ruminococcus flavefaciens in breaking down woody biomatter into simple sugar that can be fermented efficiently to produce bioethanol – a promising renewable fuel that can replace petroleum-based fuel systems.
NASA's Orion spacecraft returns to Earth after moon missions
Los Angeles/UNI: NASA's Orion spacecraft returned to Earth after making an uncrewed mission around the moon.
Construction to begin on world's biggest telescope
London/UNI: One of the grand scientific projects of the 21st century began its construction phase on Monday.