As stated by the chairman of ISRO, K Radhakrishnan, on Tuesday, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will be making a fresh effort of launching a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) in July of the current year.
An outlined review into the death of Savita Halappanavar, in one of the hospitals in Galway, stated about the negligence of the staff to relate the symptoms given by her to the cold instead of a life-threatening infection.
Punjabis have been considered as brave, but not valued on those levels when it comes to intellect. However, there a number of Punjabis, who have independently contributed to popularize science in the region.
According to a study implicated for girls' health and survival in patriarchal societies, Women in India get more parental care in the cases where the child to be born is a boy.
The Velvi Trust have decided to distribute leaflets on autism for creating awareness among people considering the upcoming World Autism Awareness Week that starts on April 1.
With scientists across the world dreaming of reviving the extinct species, Indian scientists are trying to bring back into life their favorite Asiatic Cheetah.
The species that have been wiped off the earth due natural or human activities are major loss to diverse fauna on the planet. Among the species that Indian scientists and experts want to see breathing on the earth once again, Asiatic Cheetah tops the list.
A rare lizard named as Geckoella jeyporensis, which was last spotted in 1877, has yet again been found by Indian scientists. They were looking for the specie for past three years and they finally spotted one in the Eastern Ghats.