48,500-year-old zombie virus revived by scientists in Russia

This breaks the previous record of a 30,000-year-old virus identified in Siberia by the same scientists in 2013.

published on : 30th November 2022

Time of death called for the leap second 

While leap seconds pass by unnoticed for most people, they can cause problems for a range of systems that require an exact, uninterrupted flow of time, such as satellite navigation, software, telecom.

published on : 20th November 2022

Study highlights what connects human senses and thoughts

Understanding these mechanisms is essential for creating future treatments for neuropsychiatric illnesses such as sensory-processing problems, schizophrenia, and ADHD, as well as strokes etc.

published on : 2nd October 2022

Time to celebrate success of our scientists

At a time when India is on the verge of leading the fourth industrial revolution, the role of India’s science and people associated with this field is very important.

published on : 12th September 2022

Uncovering Chapter Black

Science Gallery is working on a project titled Re:Collect India, which aims to uncover Indian scientists’ work in the 20th century, a chapter in history that remains blacked out.

published on : 5th September 2022

Scientists censor big-bang naysayers

A rejected paper indicates that the data from the galaxy-quasar pair confirmed the redshift periodicity, which counters the Big Bang theory and goes against the expanding model of the universe.

published on : 19th August 2022

Anti-Big Bang theory scientists face censorship by international journals

24 astronomers and physicists from 10 countries including reputed astrophysicist Jayant V Narlikar of Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics are among the protesting scientists.

published on : 9th August 2022

Two IPCC climate scientists in TIME's 2022 100 Most Influential persons list

Two climate scientists - Valerie Masson-Delmotte and Panmao Zhai are part of the TIME Magazine's list of 100 Most Influential People for 2022 announced on Monday.

published on : 24th May 2022

Nimhans part of largest intercontinental brain study

This could be the holy grail for neuroscientists in mapping and understanding the human brain through its life span.

published on : 13th April 2022

Workshop on ‘Physics behind Smart Materials’ organised

Inspiration and creativity are very important qualities every student should imbibe from science and scientists, said School of Planning and Architecture registrar KV Uma Maheshwara Rao.

published on : 29th March 2022

Japanese scientists develop ice cream that doesn't melt

The scientists injected the ice creams with polyphenol liquid extracted from strawberries so that they wouldn't melt for a longer time. 

published on : 8th August 2017