Science and Technology

  • Indian Ocean bird previously gone extinct is back using rare evolution process

    Seychelles Islands Foundation working to classify Aldabra Rail as a separate species​

  • Why Activists Fail

    Despite enormous ongoing effort over more than a thousand years, during and since the formation and shaping of the modern world, and as the number of issues being contested has steadily increased, activists of many types have made insufficient ...

  • Lenovo Ideapad 330s Review

    In this era of digitalization, both in relation to personal endeavors as well as professional sectors, laptops have emerged as an absolute essential necessity for each and every one. Not only are these portable computers extremely favorable for...

  • Hyundai develops driving aids for hard of hearing

    South Korean automobile manufacturer, Hyundai has developed a way to make driving safer for hard of hearing drivers. Hyundai revealed the technology in Seoul, South Korea. This technology uses AI to analyze sound outside and inside the vehicle....

  • On Track for Extinction: Can Humanity Survive?

    The fundamental threat to our survival is our psychological incapacity (particularly because of our fear, self-hatred and powerlessness) to perceive reality and respond powerfully to it.

  • Kishanganj born scientist develops Hepatitis-C vaccine in British university

    It’s very pleasing to know that a major breakthrough happened in the global biological science research and innovation of a life-saving vaccine has Bihar connection. Dr. Mumtaz Naiyer, a postdoctoral scientist at University of Southampton...

  • Prominent mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani (1977-2017)

    Stanford Mathematics Professor Maryam Mirzakhani, the first and to-date only female winner of the Fields Medal since its inception in 1936, died in the USA on 14 July 2017, after a four-year battle with cancer.  Mirzakhani was 40 years old...

  • Springer publishes AMU's Prof Asma Ali’s ‘Algebra and its Applications’

    Aligarh, June 13, 2017: Aligarh Muslim University’s Department of Mathematics academic, Professor Asma Ali’s research volume entitled, ‘Algebra and its Applications’ has been published by the prestigious press, Springer,...

  • An Indian experiencing solar eclipse in Germany

    Castrop Rauxel - Germany (20 March 2015): As the day began I was so excited that I could experience the solar eclipse today recollected my mother’s instructions finish the breakfast and coffee before the solar eclipse starts and rushed to...

  • Is too much health research - unnecessary, unethical, unscientific, wasteful?

    Too much health and medical research may be unnecessary, unethical, unscientific, and wasteful, warns a new global network, 'Evidence-Based Research Network (EBRNetwork)' - initiated by a group of Norwegian and Danish researchers. Resea...

  • Android's Lollipop update can help you offer Namaaz better

    Android's Lollipop update can help you offer Namaaz without disturbing yourself and if you are in the Masjid, bothering others.