The space shuttle Discovery landed at the Kennedy Space Centre on Friday, ending the orbital adventure begun by the United States and Russia three years ago. Discovery brought home US astronaut
Ordinary office laser printers could turn out to be the best tool for searching for new catalysts to power the next generation of fuel efficient engines. A team of US scientists from Pennsylvania
Before the end of summer, subscribers will be offered a mobile phone service that works anywhere in the world. But who will want it? : a
Antrix Corporation and the France-based Arianespace have joined hands to offer lauch opportunities for small satellites in the international market. According to an agreement signed recently, launch
British chemists are using the molecular equivalent of an ancient metal casting technique to create a novel class of porous materials with potential applications as high performance catalysts,
The firefighter of the future could be a small robot that lives in a cupboard in your home. A robot that responds to the sound of a smoke alarm by coming out of its storage place and checking each
India's aerospace scientists are designing a self-fuelling reusable multi-role mini space-plane called Avatar which they say can put satellites in orbit and also provide "intelligence, surveilance
Punjab's efforts achieve greater peaks in the field of information technology. The Punjab Electronic Corporation bags the "Partners in Progress" award from the Telecom Commission.
In a new breakthrough, India has perfected a state-of-the-art 'combined process technology' for commercially producing the strategically important material titanium. Currently the technology for
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