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Nobel laureate CV Raman: Exemplary scientist, made India proud with the 'Raman Effect'
Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman was born in Tamil Na...
F&O: Stay light on positions as volatility is at multi-year peak
Bank Nifty opened with a gap down and drifted further lower in early trade.
F&O: Scattered options data signals Nifty to trade in a wide range
The VIX has to cool down below 16-15 zone to get the smooth ride in the ma...
The fusion reactor next door: Using the power behind the sun and the stars
Fusion is now attracting science-minded entrepreneurs and investors willing to make a long bet. They see small companies as more nimble than government-funded behemoths
Real-life invisibility cloak makes objects vanish
German scientists have developed a real-life 'Harry Potter-style' portable invisibility cloak that can effectively shield small objects.
Electrons behind colourful auroras observed for the first time
While the cause of these colourful auroras has long been hypothesized, researchers had never directly observed the underlying mechanism until now.
CPCB may consider vertical monitoring of air in Delhi-NCR: Official
CPCB's air lab chief Dipankar Saha said the agency is currently focusing on strengthening its surface-level monitoring network, however, in "later stages", vertical monitoring will also be taken up.
NASA images show how India looks from space at night
Satellite images of Earth at night - often referred to as "night lights" - have been a source of curiosity for public and a tool for fundamental research for nearly 25 years.
Here's how black holes turn on the lights in the universe around them
Despite their popular reputation as dark inescapable pits, black holes really put out a lot of energy. They thrust out jets of matter.
Keeping up with times: Food bloggers set up their own studio for perfect images
Food blogging is serious business and a studio is an investment in furtherance of a profession.
Rise of the mini-grids: Solar projects are lighting up households beyond reach of main electricity grids
With plans afoot to scale up these mini-grids to meet the commercial needs of villages as well, they are an energy solution whose time has come.
Insect discovery sheds light on climate change
The researchers have named the new family the Eorpidae, after the Eocene Epoch, the age when these insects lived some 50 million years ago.
Gandhi's ashes to be scattered in Arabian Sea
India is commemorating the 60th anniversary of Mohandas K. Gandhi's assassination on Wednesday with his family planning to scatter the peace icon's ashes in the sea off bustling metropolis.
A history of shipwrecks buried in the depths of Goa sea
Legends speculate that around 600 shipwrecks dot Goa's seabed, though marine historians say an accurate estimate would be in double digits.
Researchers develop anti-glare display for smartphone
One of the most promising developments involves layering anti-reflective nano-structures on top of an anti-glare surface.