Times of India : science
07h49 03  mars
Fly me to the Moon: Japan billionaire offers space seats
It’s the sort of chance that comes along just once in a blue Moon: a Japanese billionaire is throwing open a private lunar expedition to eight people from around the world. Yusaku Maezawa, an online fashion tycoon, was announced in 2018 as the first man to book a spot aboard the lunar spaceship...
08h05 02  mars
Study reveals blood tests can offer early indicator of severe Covid
08h42 28  février
PSLV-C51 Amazonia-1 mission: Isro places Brazilian satellite in orbit
PSLV-C51 carrying Amazonia-1, an optical earth observation satellite from Brazil, and 18 other satellites lifted off from the first launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 10.24am.
08h40 27  février
Isro’s PSLV-C51 Amazonia-1 mission: Countdown begins
13h50 26  février
Vitamin B6 may help keep Covid cytokine storms at bay: Study
A recent study led by food scientist Thanutchaporn Kumrungsee can be the first step in showing vitamin B6’s potential in lowering the odds of patients becoming seriously ill with the coronavirus.
11h15 25  février
Covid mutation that may weaken effectiveness of vaccines found
A new form of coronavirus variant is spreading rapidly in New York City and it carries a worrisome mutation that may weaken the effectiveness of vaccines. As per the research by two teams, the new variant --B.1.526 -- first appeared in samples collected in New York in November. However, by the...
18h37 22  février
Vaccines substantially reduce Covid-19 hospitalisations: Scotland study
19h54 21  février
Study shows Covid-19 patients have higher risk of cardiac damage
15h29 17  février
Gene variant inherited from Neanderthals decreases severe Covid risk
15h14 16  février
Single dose of Pfizer vaccine provokes strong immune response: Study
18h17 14  février
UAE’s ’Hope’ probe sends home first image of Mars
Guinea confirms 3 dead from Ebola, first cases since 2016
08h57 13  février
Scientists drive detailed study into how cancer cells spread
14h25 11  février
UK variant of Covid will ’sweep the world’, says scientist
The Covid-19 variant, which was first detected in the UK’s Kent last year, is set to become the dominant strain and is going to sweep the world, the head of the UK’s genetic surveillance programme said.
13h56 08  février
Experimental drug can speed up Covid-19 recovery: Study
07h19 06  février
China’s space probe sends back its first image of Mars
China’s Tianwen-1 probe has sent back its first image of Mars, the national space agency said, as the mission prepares to touch down on the Red Planet later this year.
13h04 05  février
Brazilian, Indian startup satellite in ISRO’s first mission in 2021 on Feb 28
00h49 03  février
SpaceX Starship prototype rocket explodes on landing after test launch
A SpaceX Starship prototype rocket exploded on landing after an otherwise successful high-altitude experimental launch from Boca Chica, Texas, on Tuesday, in a repeat of an accident that destroyed a previous test rocket.
04h31 02  février
SpaceX to launch world’s first all-civilian astronaut mission to orbit in late 2021
SpaceX announced on Monday that it will launch four private individuals on a Crew Dragon capsule into orbit around the Earth, dubbed as the world’s first all-civilian mission. It is scheduled to launch in the fourth quarter of 2021.
15h22 30  janvier
Study links obesity with exacerbated effects of Alzheimer’s disease