Science & Information Technology

Woman Robot Astronaut ‘Vyommitra’ will fly into Space ahead of ISRO's ambitious ‘Gaganyaan' mission, which will be India’s first human manned Space Flight carrying Indian Astronauts into Space.

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In its 60-year history, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration i.e. NASA had to go through several radical organizational changes. New research by ESMT Berlin and Warwick Business School shows what NASA’s history can teach organizations about strategic agility, and how organizations can adapt their business models effectively to cater to external challenges.

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India ranked 60th in the world, as 21 economies from Asia and the Pacific feature in the top 114 countries of NRI 2023.

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Substorm or brief disturbances in the Earth's magnetosphere and the resultant magnetic field depolarization i.e. reconfiguration of the local magnetic field from the stretched tail-like to quasi-dipole-like, increases heavy ion flux in the inner magnetosphere, providing windows for understanding the change and improving the accuracy of space weather forecasting in the future, shows a new study.

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Researchers have fabricated an optically active biodegradable nanocomposite film with excellent mechanical properties that can be used as a stretchable optical device like flexible display, flexible organic LED, etc...

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A new cybercrime investigation tool would soon be able to track cyberattacks targeting humans, like insurance fraud, online matrimonial fraud, and so on.

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