The ISRO will launch two Indian communication satellites, the GSat-7 and Insat-3d, in 2013 with the help of Arianespace.
The world’s 25 most endangered primates have been revealed in a new report released on Monday at the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity COP11.
Following alarming reports about the discovery of high arsenic levels in rice sold in the US market, experts have reassured consumers that rice is safe to eat.
On Monday, the Indian Mars Orbiter Mission program crossed an important milestone with the successful test firing for the first time of the liquid apogee motor.
Japanese stem cell scientist Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon of the U.K. have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012.
A priceless thousand-year-old Buddhist statue discovered by a Nazi expedition is the first carving of a human in a meteorite.
Nuclear power generation in India increased by 23 percent over the previous year, said the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, R. K. Sinha.
At 2:48 a.m. (IST) on Saturday, India’s 50-year-old space program rocketed into history when it launched its heaviest communication satellite, the 3,400 kg GSat-10.
Southeast Asia’s largest solar plant is expected to offset 800,000 tons of carbon over 25 years and contribute to Thailand’s renewable energy goals.
For the first time ever, scientists from the IUCN Species Survival Commission have identified 100 of the most threatened animals, plants, and fungi on the planet.