Science

The hunt for Planet 9

2 months ago Kiran Vastrad 0
Michael E. Brown is often called “the guy who killed Pluto.” But he takes the moniker in stride. Sitting in his sunny Pasadena office at the California Institute of Technology, Brown jokes that Pluto, which was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006, had it coming. The year before, Brown had discovered Eris, a frosty Read More

THE WAR AGAINST ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA

2 months ago Mihir Kulkarni 0
In an interview shortly after winning the Nobel Prize in 1945 for discovering penicillin, Dr. Alexander Fleming said: “The thoughtless person playing with penicillin treatment is morally responsible for the death of the man who succumbs to infection with the penicillin-resistant organism.” Today we not only have penicillin resistant bacteria but a wide range of Read More

NASA’s Cassini Probe to Begin Final Five Orbits around Saturn

2 months ago Shruti Bhalla 0
Cassini the spacecraft of NASA is all set to begin its five final ultra close orbits around the Saturn. It is set to take five final rounds before the search plunges into the atmosphere of Saturn and end its epic long journey of 20 years. On August 13, it will be the Grand Finale when Read More

Pyongyang Mulling Over A Missile Strike On Guam Region In The US

2 months ago Simarjeet Kaur 0
North Korea’s state-owned news agency KCNA declared on Wednesday that North Korean military is carefully examining the preparation to strike the US province of Guam with strategic ballistic missiles. The North Korean comments came after President Donald Trump cautioned Pyongyang that if it sustained to terrorise the States, it would “countenance fire and fury, the Read More

New species of non-toxic grass snake identified in Europe

2 months ago Shruti Bhalla 0
A new type of barred grass snake has been identified by the scientists in Europe and this barred snake has been scientifically named as Natrix Helvetica. The grass snake is among the foremost common and widespread snakes in Europe nonetheless comparatively very little is thought to this point regarding the genetic identity of those non-toxic reptiles, which may reach a length of up to 1 meter. After the identification of Read More

Swine flu strikes in Kolkata, death toll rises to six

2 months ago Nidhi Yadav 0
Swine flu strikes in Kolkata along with ordinary flu like Dengue and Malaria. The deadly disease has claimed a life with the toll rising to six until now. Also known as the H1N1 virus, Swine Flu is a serious issue and the health organizations are concerned for the city people, said the experts. The first Read More

Have We Finally Come Any Closer to Finding a Cure for the HIV virus?

3 months ago Mitali Dodal 0
That is the question that goes through everyone’s the mind as they read the article about the recent experiment against HIV virus is performed. The research shows that human body is not efficient in the formation of antibodies that have the ability to counteract the HIV virus cells. However, after a study, some two hundred Read More

China set to launch Unhackable Internet communication

3 months ago Shruti Bhalla 0
China is all set to launch an Unhackable internet communication so that you and all your data are saved from malicious hackers. This internet communication can easily detect if someone is trying to hack your personal accounts. This is a Chinese project which took place in the city of Jinan. The technology is turned to Read More

The DNA Hard Drive – Digital Data Storage

3 months ago SANJEET DWIVEDI 0
Each and every day, we create, save, post the Digital Data- whether it is sending the email to someone, chatting on social media, or downloading books, music films in that time you will require the storage media. Currently, we are using the storage media which is having limited storage space as well as durability. So, Read More

IBM launches new Mainframe Z14 that can encrypt all your data

3 months ago Amrit Raj 0
In the growing age of cloud computing, IBM is looking to expand its footprint in the mainframe business. The company has launched its latest mainframe called IBM mainframe Z14. The system is so powerful that it can encrypt 12 billion transactions per day. Data security breach has become very painful nowadays. But if it happens Read More