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ISRO launches India’s gift to South Asia May 05, 2017 18:30

India made its major space diplomacy push today, when ISRO launched GSLV-F09 (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle) carrying the GSAT-9 or the “South Asian” satellite at 4:57 p.m. (IST) from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. The launch of…

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Indian-origin scientist helps develop robot drill for Skull surgery May 03, 2017 18:44

A team of scientists, including one of Indian-origin have developed a new computer driven robotic drill, which can make a type of complex cranial surgery 50 times faster than standard procedures. The automated robotic drill…

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NASA’s Cassini dives through Saturn’s Rings April 28, 2017 18:49

The unmanned NASA’s spacecraft ‘Cassini’ has survived its plunge between the rings of sixth planet Saturn and after briefly going offline for the flyby, it is communicating again with Earth, the United States space agency…

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South Indian Frog Mucus Kills Flu Virus April 20, 2017 12:17

Have you ever thought, that frog mucus can kill flu virus..? A research shows that a component of the skin mucus secreted by the South Indian frogs has the ability to kill H1 variety of…

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Indian-origin scientist discovers, why Artifical Intelligence can be racist and sexist April 15, 2017 17:04

An Indian-origin scientist, along with a team of scientists have found that ‘Artificial Intelligence systems’ can acquire cultural, racial or gender biases, when trained with ordinary human language that are available online. Many experts think…

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Fungal Pesticides Offer Alternative To Traditional Chemicals April 14, 2017 18:26

Pesticides based on fungi are just one example of the biopesticides, a group that also includes the bacteria and biochemicals derived from plants. Biopesticides are only a tiny segment of the market for now, but…

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To Remove Water Pollutants, Virus To Act As Tiny Batteries April 10, 2017 17:24

Scientists have developed a new method to remove a common persistent pollutant within 10 minutes using metal nanoparticles supported on the genetically modified viruses. Each of the metal-studded virus acts as a tiny battery, reducing…

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Indian-origin’s startup attracts investments from Boeing April 06, 2017 18:55

An Indian-origin man, who founded a hybrid electric aircraft startup has received investments from aerospace giants ‘Boeing and JetBlue’ owing to its goal to develop alternative propulsion aircraft. Ashish Kumar founded Zunum Aero three years…

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How The World’s First Three-Parent Baby Was Born? April 03, 2017 18:13

Technology has been developing day-by-day. Without science and technology the survival of humans can be worse, as the science and technology has made our lives completely easy. Now-a-days the technology has improved in such way,…

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SpaceX successfully launched a communications satellite March 17, 2017 19:04

SpaceX on Thursday (March 16) successfully launched a communications satellite into space from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, United States.Falcon 9 rocket took off at 2 a.m. (GMT 06:00) carrying the EchoStar XXIII. It…

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India third country to make Apple iPhone February 03, 2017 11:21

Soon the Apple’s iPhone will have “Make in India” coming out from a factory which will be set up in Bengaluru. The Karnataka state government yesterday (2nd February) issued a release welcoming the tech giant…

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ISRO to launch record 104 satellites January 30, 2017 18:51

The Indian Space Research Organization is focusing on their next move for a commercial launch of a record 104 satellites at a single go on board. ISRO will be launching “Polar Satellite Vehicle (PSLV-C37) from…

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