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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - JUNE 2022

  • What is the Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment? - The Hindu
  • Yes, women might ‘feel the cold’ more than men: Study - The Hindu
  • Crackling or desolate? AI trained to hear coral's sounds of life - The Hindu
  • Medical trial shows rare result as cancer vanishes in all patients - The Hindu
  • IISC scientists develop miniproteins that may prevent COVID infection - The Hindu
  • Chinese astronauts enter Tiangong Space Station module after successful launch - The Hindu
  • Inhaled vaccine to be more effective - The Hindu
  • India’s role in global health diplomacy is at stake - The Hindu
  • China blocks moves to step up protection of emperor penguins - The Hindu
  • Why do Uranus and Neptune have different colours? - The Hindu
  • Monkeypox virus mutates at a higher rate - The Hindu
  • Google celebrates Satyendra Nath Bose with doodle - The Hindu
  • Liquid mirror telescope in Devasthal sees first light - The Hindu
  • From IIT Guwahati, a device to turn wastewater into energy - The Hindu
  • Science for All | What are soft robots? - The Hindu
  • This tiny ‘crab’ is the world’s smallest remote-controlled robot - Indian Express
  • NASA scientist and brother create music from the ocean’s colours - Indian Express
  • Fast Radio Burst: Scientists detect second mysterious radio signal coming from space - Indian Express
  • China wants to build a space-based solar power plant that will beam energy back to Earth - Indian Express
  • NASA and SpaceX stand down from scientific cargo resupply mission after issue - Indian Express
  • Notorious asteroid ‘Apophis’ used to test planetary defence system - Indian Express
  • Scientists develop supercomputer-powered volcanic eruption prediction program - Indian Express
  • Bezos’ Blue Origin completes fifth crewed flight launch - Indian Express
  • James Webb Space Telescope to release first full-colour images on July 12 - Indian Express
  • Chinese astronauts blast off to space station as construction enters high gear - Indian Express
  • 5 planets to align in order in June; here is how to spot them - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Is genetic recombination linked to expression of harmful traits? - Indian Express
  • This ultrathin fuel cell could power body implants with electricity from blood glucose - Indian Express
  • World’s largest known plant is 4,500 years old, stretches across 180 kms - Indian Express
  • IIT Mandi develops new spectrum sensor to improve wireless communication - Indian Express
  • Scientists can finally explain why Neptune is bluer than Uranus - Indian Express
  • Humans could land on an asteroid between 2071 and 2087: Research - Indian Express
  • Plastic packaging might be biodegradable after all - Indian Express
  • James Webb Space Telescope will closely observe two extremely hot ‘super-Earths’ - Indian Express
  • Tau Herculids meteor shower: Where to watch the ‘potentially historic’ celestial event - Indian Express
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - MAY 2022

  • Science for All | What is UV-B light and what is its role in vitamin D synthesis? - The Hindu
  • Money spider, ant-mimicking spider discovered at Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary - The Hindu
  • ISRO’s upcoming space missions in 2022: From Chandrayaan-3 to Aditya L-1 - The Hindu
  • Engineering tomatoes to produce vitamin D - The Hindu
  • Why pangolins may not be the intermediate host - The Hindu
  • Is the mantle-core boundary uniform in nature? - The Hindu
  • Scientists neutralise pit viper venom with compound from fruits and vegetables - The Hindu
  • Researchers share draft genome sequences of monkeypox virus - The Hindu
  • India registers success with BP treatment, control - The Hindu
  • Norms eased for genetically modified crop research - The Hindu
  • ‘COVID-19 is not over yet. We have to be future ready’ : Principal Scientific Adviser - The Hindu
  • China plans world's first nearby habitable planet search with space telescope - The Hindu
  • Skyroot successfully test fires space launch vehicle ‘Vikram-1’ rocket stage - The Hindu
  • Science for All | What is the Madden-Julian Oscillation? - The Hindu
  • Some short-term benefit of additional booster dose of mRNA vaccine in health workers: WHO - The Hindu
  • NASA’s InSight Mars lander to run out of power due to dusty solar panels - The Hindu
  • India’s ‘other’ COVID vaccines: Status of under-trial & approved but unused jabs - The Hindu
  • Pollution caused one in six deaths worldwide in 2019, finds study - The Hindu
  • Explained | What a new study on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome says about the disease - The Hindu
  • Over 130 participate in challenge to build robot janitors - The Hindu
  • NIT-K rolls out electric vehicles to make campus carbon neutral - The Hindu
  • Sagittarius A* | The Milky Way’s dark centre - The Hindu
  • Cooper closes out Project Mercury - The Hindu
  • Biomaterial from fungal extract helps heal wounds - The Hindu
  • Blood marker identified for babies at risk of SIDS - The Hindu
  • First step in treating some neurodegenerative disorders - The Hindu
  • The blood groups of humans and primates - The Hindu
  • Can plants grow only in soil from Earth? - The Hindu
  • What are the options for students of Cognitive Science? - The Hindu
  • CSIR-CCMB announces potential mRNA vaccine against COVID - The Hindu
  • ISRO successfully tests solid rocket booster for Gaganyaan programme - The Hindu
  • Scientists successfully grow plants in moon soil for first time - The Hindu
  • JNCASR may have a cure for dementia - The Hindu
  • Explained | The science behind twin cyclones - The Hindu
  • Astronomers reveal first image of black hole at the heart of Milky Way galaxy - The Hindu
  • Science for All | What is the vaquita porpoise? - The Hindu
  • NIT-K alumni, students set up solar powered charging station for electric vehicles in campus - The Hindu
  • Explained | What is the Monkeypox virus and how is it transmitted?  - The Hindu
  • Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault - The Hindu
  • Future looms dark for 48% of bird species - The Hindu
  • Question corner: Can hearing loss due to aging be reversed? - The Hindu
  • Will BA.4, BA.5 Omicron lineages cause the next wave? - The Hindu
  • Is La Nina a fair weather friend of our country? - The Hindu
  • Surface tension aids left-right symmetry - The Hindu
  • Omicron: severe in virus-naive, unvaccinated people - The Hindu
  • Rare 'black widow' binary star with shortest orbit ever identified - The Hindu
  • SpaceX brings 4 astronauts home with midnight splashdown, then launches 53 Starlink satellites - The Hindu
  • Science for All | The particle that helps the Sun burn - The Hindu
  • SpaceX’s Crew-3 astronauts depart space station on flight back to Earth - The Hindu
  • The digital exhibition PSYCHE explores the complexities of the human mind - The Hindu
  • ISRO plans mission to Venus, eyes Dec 2024 launch window - The Hindu
  • Explained | What is the International Dark Sky Week? - The Hindu
  • ‘Quantum Internet’ inches closer with advance in data teleportation - Indian Express
  • NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captures a galactic ‘dancing duo’ - Indian Express
  • ‘Potentially hazardous’ asteroid, twice Burj Khalifa’s size, to fly past Earth on May 27 - Indian Express
  • Boeing Starliner capsule returns to Earth, capping key uncrewed test mission - Indian Express
  • NASA’s InSight Mars lander takes one last selfie - Indian Express
  • NASA announces early plan to send astronauts to Mars - Indian Express
  • With U.S. help, Japan wants to go from player to power in space - Indian Express
  • Hubble reveals a ‘curious couple’ and river of star formation - Indian Express
  • NASA plans Artemis I Moon Rocket SLS’s wet dress rehearsal in June - Indian Express
  • Scientists create graphyne, the next generation wonder material - Indian Express
  • Boeing’s Starliner successfully docks at International Space Station during second attempt - Indian Express
  • NASA: Hubble Telescope data suggests ‘something weird’ going on in universe - Indian Express
  • Boeing Starliner: 5 facts you need to know about the spacecraft - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: How animal soundscapes reveal levels of Amazon forest degradation - Indian Express
  • Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft —finally — blasts into orbit - Indian Express
  • Food security in space: Farming salad in moon soil - Indian Express
  • China, US are racing to make billions from mining the moon’s minerals - Indian Express
  • NASA prepares to bring Artemis I Moon rocket SLS to launchpad - Indian Express
  • ESA astronaut clicks beautiful pictures of lunar eclipse from International Space Station - Indian Express
  • Examination of meteorite from Mars reveals limited water exposure - Indian Express
  • Lunar Eclipse 2022: A look at the stunning pics capturing ‘Super blood moon’ of May 16 - Indian Express
  • ‘Science was always around me’: Harsha Bhogle on his new podcast dealing with AI - Indian Express
  • Scientists propose ‘invisible barriers’ in space to explain ‘planes of satellite galaxies’ - Indian Express
  • Lunar Eclipse 2022 Highlights: Check out pictures from today’s eclipse - Indian Express
  • Lunar Eclipse 2022: Timing, where it is visible, and how to watch the ‘super flower blood moon’ - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Mars could have had liquid oceans two billion years ago - Indian Express
  • Lunar Eclipse 2022: How to watch Supermoon on May 15-16, timings, places where it is visible - Indian Express
  • Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way’s huge black hole - Indian Express
  • Spinal fluid from young mice sharpened memories of older rodents - Indian Express
  • The UK wants to build a massive solar power plant in space - Indian Express
  • Blue Origin NS-21 mission to include first Mexican-origin woman to space - Indian Express
  • Massive black hole might have spontaneously ‘flipped’ its magnetic field - Indian Express
  • How researchers created 3D models of largest Native American cave art collection - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Climate change could mean increased pathogen transmission - Indian Express
  • Astronomers identify new ‘black widow’ system with a cannibalistic pulsar - Indian Express
  • Four-astronaut team departs International Space Station on flight back to Earth - Indian Express
  • Astronomers discovered eight new ‘echoing’ black holes in the milky way - Indian Express
  • NASA scientists study 50-year-old lunar samples ahead of Artemis missions - Indian Express
  • Some volcanoes could warm climate and destroy ozone layer: NASA - Indian Express
  • NASA scientists crack 60-year solar flare mystery - Indian Express
  • Rocket Lab catches, drops rocket booster with helicopter in key reusability test - Indian Express
  • Special kinds of rocks on Mars hints at violent volcanic eruptions: Study - Indian Express
  • Hubble and Spitzer data of 25 Hot Jupiters helps explain exoplanet atmospheres - Indian Express
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - APRIL 2022

  • Question corner: Why do some spiders bolt after mating? - The Hindu
  • COVID-19 booster dose may not alter disease severity trend: study - The Hindu
  • COVID-19 could evolve in animals - The Hindu
  • No causal link between mobile phone usage, brain tumour - The Hindu
  • Climate change may increase risk of new infections - The Hindu
  • Partial solar eclipse on April 30, 2022: Timing, where it is visible - The Hindu
  • Arunachal scientist bags two Indian patents - The Hindu
  • Heatwaves linked to man-made climate change: TNQ-Janelia webinar - The Hindu
  • World Veterinary Day: Join these doctors in India who save lives in the wild - The Hindu
  • Science for all | What is lipidomics? - The Hindu
  • SpaceX launches 4 astronauts for NASA after private flight - The Hindu
  • Celestial spectacle as four planets line up in the sky - The Hindu
  • India needs a plan so we are not vulnerable to the ‘splinternet’: Rajeev Chandrasekhar - The Hindu
  • Twitter set to accept Elon Musk’s $43-billion offer, says report - The Hindu
  • First all-private astronaut team aboard space station heads for splashdown - The Hindu
  • NASA telescope spots colliding galaxies shaped like ‘angel wings’ in deep space - The Hindu
  • WHO says at least one child has died after increase of acute hepatitis cases in children - The Hindu
  • Generating energy from banana peel - The Hindu
  • What makes blue straggler stars tick - The Hindu
  • Can old skin cells be reprogrammed to make them young? - The Hindu
  • How the Hubble Space Telescope spotted the oldest, furthest star known so far - The Hindu
  • Science for All | What is gravitational lensing?  - The Hindu
  • James Webb Telescope: When the stars came out - The Hindu
  • China sending up next space station crew in June - The Hindu
  • When Surveyor 3 explored the moon... - The Hindu
  • Chinese astronauts back in Earth after six months  - The Hindu
  • A better millet for potential iron deficiency - The Hindu
  • Did humans inherit love of alcohol from primate ancestors? - The Hindu
  • FDA authorises 1st breath test for COVID-19 infection - The Hindu
  • Wavelike phase of electrons seen in fabricated device - The Hindu
  • Why cats and dogs are less susceptible to Omicron - The Hindu
  • A geomagnetic storm is expected to hit the earth. What is it, and how is it caused? - The Hindu
  • Explained | All we know about the Bernardinelli-Bernstein comet, the largest one ever seen - The Hindu
  • Fuel leak in NASA’s Artemis 1 rocket thwarts dress rehearsal for moon - The Hindu
  • IMD forecasts ‘normal’ monsoon, no El Nino - The Hindu
  • Hits and misses: India’s solar power energy targets - The Hindu
  • Science for all | What are RASCs? - The Hindu
  • Explained | Who is Mark Vande Hei, the NASA astronaut who returned to the earth after 355 days? - The Hindu
  • India has 217 space objects orbiting earth; working towards reducing space debris: Report - The Hindu
  • Adding colour to our lives, naturally - The Hindu
  • Learning grammars of molecules to build them in the lab - The Hindu
  • ‘Micro-swimmers’ may soon help with drug delivery - The Hindu
  • SpaceX launches 3 visitors to space station for $55M each - The Hindu
  • Global warming behind record March temperatures, Minister informs Lok Sabha - The Hindu
  • Science for All | advantages of aposematism - The Hindu
  • The Indian Antarctic Bill and its various provisions - The Hindu
  • ISRO to send team to investigate objects that fell from sky in Maharashtra - The Hindu
  • Hewlett Packard’s Spaceborne Computer-2 demonstrates new possibilities for space exploration - The Hindu
  • Digging Deep: Neighbourhood air quality has spill over effects beyond what was previously thought - Indian Express
  • Mars probe discovers ‘shocking’ new aurora - Indian Express
  • Engineers at Drexel University develop new Lithium-Sulphur tech that can revolutionise batteries - Indian Express
  • NASA sees ‘otherworldly’ wreckage on Mars with Ingenuity helicopter - Indian Express
  • Latest astronaut crew of 4 welcomed aboard International Space Station - Indian Express
  • SpaceX Crew-4 mission launches successfully; astronauts settle in for ride to ISS - Indian Express
  • SpaceX set to launch space station’s next astronaut crew for NASA - Indian Express
  • Astronomers observe gravitational waves giving high-speed kick to black hole - Indian Express
  • All-private astronaut team returns safely from landmark space station visit - Indian Express
  • China plans to test asteroid monitoring and defence system by 2025: Report - Indian Express
  • First all-private astronaut team aboard space station heads for splashdown - Indian Express
  • Researchers develop solar energy storage and transport technology without need for solar panels - Indian Express
  • NASA to roll back its SLS Rocket for repairs - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: New study shows how climate informed hominin evolution - Indian Express
  • Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will align this month: Here’s how to watch it - Indian Express
  • Why a ‘double ridge’ in Greenland hints at possibility of life on Jupiter’s icy Europa - Indian Express
  • Australian scientists to power Tesla on 15,000-km trip with printed solar panels - Indian Express
  • Researchers successfully use cost-effective Cherenkov radiation device to detect cancer - Indian Express
  • A massive asteroid impact may have covered craters on the moon’s near side: Study - Indian Express
  • NASA shares picture of Martian sunrise clicked by InSight rover - Indian Express
  • Shenzou 13: China’s longest crewed space mission comes to an end - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: What a videogame reveals about our navigation abilities - Indian Express
  • Distant object found by Hubble connects two rare celestial bodies - Indian Express
  • NOAA predicts a geomagnetic storm for April 14, could cause power grid fluctuations - Indian Express
  • Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti: ISS is a ‘beacon of hope’ - Indian Express
  • NASA’s new tests to evaluate readiness of astronauts upon landing for Atremis missions - Indian Express
  • Emirates Mars Mission to collaborate and share data with NASA’s MAVEN project - Indian Express
  • Hubble observes super hurricanes, rain of vapourised rocks on Jupiter-sized planets - Indian Express
  • Hopkins researchers develop AI technique to predict cardiac arrests - Indian Express
  • NASA resumes Artemis 1 moon mission’s ‘wet dress rehearsal’ - Indian Express
  • Shards of Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs may have been found in fossil site - Indian Express
  • Astronomers find what might be the most distant galaxy yet - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: How forest cover change could impact global temperatures - Indian Express
  • Hubble finds a new Jupiter-like planet forming in an unusual way: NASA - Indian Express
  • Japanese robot can peel bananas cleanly, most of the time - Indian Express
  • Dartmouth engineers develop rapid printing technology for rigid and flexible solar modules - Indian Express
  • Russians’ yellow and blue flight suits were not a political statement - Indian Express
  • Biological E. to receive mRNA vaccine tech from WHO - The Hindu
  • What is the evidence that Earth formed inside a solar nebula? - The Hindu
  • Evolution can happen at shorter timescales, a fruit fly study shows - The Hindu
  • Prehistoric relics point to riverine settlement at Attappady  - The Hindu
  • Too early to do away with face masks, but onus on public: experts - The Hindu
  • How male fruit flies learn the rules of courtship - The Hindu
  • Immunity following infection lasts up to 19 months - The Hindu
  • Keep getting lost? Maybe you grew up on the grid - Indian Express
  • On the Space Station, U.S. and Russian astronauts steer around the war in Ukraine - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: What determines pest occurrence in an area? Here’s what this study showed - Indian Express
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - MARCH 2022

  • Explained | Can the dodo be brought back to life? - The Hindu
  • Science For All: What is M2e? - The Hindu
  • Detecting microplastics in human blood - The Hindu
  • Science Gallery Bengaluru’s upcoming online exhibition, PSYCHE, seeks to explore the mind - The Hindu
  • India’s ‘space economy’ valued at ₹36,794 crore - The Hindu
  • Smoking causes over seven million deaths a year - The Hindu
  • Wreck of only sunken Gulf whaler discovered 190 years later - The Hindu
  • How mitochondria adapted to living within cells - The Hindu
  • T cell immune responses seen a year after infection - The Hindu
  • What is the effecting of thawing permafrost on seafloor? - The Hindu
  • Scientists find microplastics in blood for first time - The Hindu
  • Abel Prize winner Dennis P. Sullivan interview | ‘If you want to know what’s true, then math is a pretty good place to start’ - The Hindu
  • Abel prize for 2022 goes to American mathematician Dennis P. Sullivan - The Hindu
  • Abel Prize to be declared today - The Hindu
  • Adaptive tracking - The Hindu
  • India hopes for permanent presence in Arctic - The Hindu
  • Ashish Jha: Biden’s COVID response chief - The Hindu
  • How are mosquitoes able to avoid insect repellents? - The Hindu
  • Lessons the current wave in China, Hong Kong offer - The Hindu
  • Do looks correlate with caregiving in frogs and toads? - The Hindu
  • New variant since 2020 discovered - The Hindu
  • Eugene Parker, 94, dies. To miss the NASA Parker Solar Probe that will enter the Sun’s atmosphere today. - The Hindu
  • The Hindu on Science - Lead in cars - The Hindu
  • The functioning of the ISS after sanctions - The Hindu
  • The genetic variants causing severe COVID-19 - The Hindu
  • The search for the ‘cosmic dawn’ of first light is far from over - The Hindu
  • A home-made analogy that helps study solar spicules in the lab - The Hindu
  • Question Corner | How do damaged plants warn neighbours about herbivore attacks? - The Hindu
  • Children more unlikely to produce antibodies - The Hindu
  • What causes the interrupted sleep of the elderly? - The Hindu
  • What do we know about the newest crater on the moon? - The Hindu
  • NASA’s Hubble discovers farthest star detected till date: Earendel - Indian Express
  • Sun erupts with multiple flares from single sunspot - Indian Express
  • Israeli startup to test brain-activity gear on space mission to ISS - Indian Express
  • Turn your Android phone into a space monitoring tool with the Camaliot app - Indian Express
  • New vortical Sun waves detected with unexplained speed - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Fire suppression may not help savannahs as much as previously thought - Indian Express
  • How a tiny asteroid strike may save earthlings from city-killing space rocks - Indian Express
  • Massive dust cloud spotted by NASA’s Spitzer telescope could give insights into planet formation - Indian Express
  • NASA Artemis 1 mission: SLS rocket Orion spacecraft arrives at launchpad for final test - Indian Express
  • ESA scratches ExoMars 2022 launch for this year after suspending cooperation with Russia Roscosmos - Indian Express
  • Ingenuity Mars Helicopter faces toughest challenge yet as it helps look for traces of life on Mars - Indian Express
  • In Peru, skull of ‘marine monster’ points to fearsome ancient predator - Indian Express
  • Pete Davidson skipping ride to space on Jeff Bezos rocket - Indian Express
  • Webb Space Telescope passes ‘fine phasing’ milestone with another selfie - Indian Express
  • Why banks and NATO are worrying about a future ‘Quantum attack’ - Indian Express
  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX completes 20 years: A look at its important milestones - Indian Express
  • Wolves returned to California. So did ‘crazy’ rumours - Indian Express
  • European Space Agency chooses team to make oxygen on the moon - Indian Express
  • Research shows ants can be trained to detect cancer as accurately and faster than dogs - Indian Express
  • California startup Astrolab unveils space rover, more than a mere ‘moon buggy’ - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Ancient DNA discovered in Africa reveals human migration insights - Indian Express
  • U.S. man who got first pig heart transplant dies two months after surgery - The Hindu
  • Gene-edited beef cattle get regulatory clearance in U.S. - The Hindu
  • Migratory waterbirds: Encouraging trend of species diversity recorded - The Hindu
  • Variants do not always evolve to become less virulent - The Hindu
  • The role Fusobacterium plays in oral cancer patients in India - The Hindu
  • Question corner | Is there a link between alcohol consumption and brain volume? - The Hindu
  • Deepak Dhar and John J. Hopfield chosen for the Boltzmann medal - The Hindu
  • Space junk on 5,800-mph collision course with moon - The Hindu
  • Next COVID-19 wave can’t be predicted: experts - The Hindu
  • Science For All | What is Balkanatolia? - The Hindu
  • Building the most exhaustive family tree - The Hindu
  • Ukraine’s little-known space feats - Indian Express
  • NASA’s Curiosity Rover shares picture of minuscule ‘mineral flower’ on Mars - Indian Express
  • Researchers develop AI model that detects mental disorders using Reddit posts - Indian Express
  • Indian researchers develop low-energy chip architecture to prevent attacks on IoT devices - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Chimpanzees observed applying insects to wounds - Indian Express
  • Researchers build low-cost solar-powered desalination system that could help provide potable water - Indian Express
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - FEBRUARY 2022

  • Smooth-coated otters seen near Mukkombu after a long break - The Hindu
  • ISRO inspires Channapatna rockets as engineers collaborate with artisans - The Hindu
  • Having enemies makes you stronger, finds a study of flies co-evolved with bacterial pathogen - The Hindu
  • Trees on forest edges may grow faster than those inside - The Hindu
  • Staying healthy, eating less - The Hindu
  • Tourism has brought economic prosperity to the Himalayan region, but the environmental cost has been catastrophic - The Hindu
  • Intel’s modular desktop PC for gaming, content creation - The Hindu
  • Chandrayaan-2 detects solar proton events: ISRO - The Hindu
  • NASA’s plan to decommission the International Space Station - The Hindu
  • Leprosy detection fell during pandemic: report - The Hindu
  • New observations help explain the universe’s most energetic objects - The Hindu
  • Moths vital to pollination in the Himalayan ecosystem, finds study - The Hindu
  • Why Omicron sub-lineage BA.2 spreads faster than BA.1  - The Hindu
  • Can dark matter be composed, even partly, of black holes? - The Hindu
  • This isn’t yet another fancy hospital, future of medical knowledge will unfold in IISc.-Bengaluru: Subroto Bagchi - The Hindu
  • Google Doodle honours Dr Michiaki Takahashi, the inventor of chickenpox vaccine - The Hindu
  • India lacks solar waste handling policy  - The Hindu
  • What is the Blue Blob? - The Hindu
  • SpaceX engineer Anna Menon to be among crew of new space mission - The Hindu
  • IISc. to start medical school with largest private donation of ₹425 crore - The Hindu
  • Pterosaur, world’s biggest mid-Jurassic flying animal, discovered in Scotland - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: What gives each fruit its unique flavour profile? - Indian Express
  • Newly devised human family tree reveals the ‘genealogy of everyone’ - Indian Express
  • Deepfake faces more trustworthy, can’t be distinguished from real faces: Research - Indian Express
  • Chinese ‘space cleaner’ spotted grabbing and throwing away old satellite - Indian Express
  • International Space Station to retire by crashing into Pacific Ocean by 2031 - Indian Express
  • 25 years of Dolly: What’s become of the world’s first cloned sheep? - Indian Express
  • Hubble captures stunning image of three galaxies merging 681 million light years away - Indian Express
  • A parasitic wasp unmasked: One species is actually 16 species - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: Cave discovery in France stretches Homo sapiens’ presence in Europe by 10,000 years - Indian Express
  • Atmospheric pressure on Pluto’s surface 80,000 times less than that on Earth: Study - Indian Express
  • On Mars, a NASA rover and helicopter’s year of surprise and discovery - Indian Express
  • SpaceX engineer Anna Menon to be among crew of new space mission - Indian Express
  • Human challenge study finds high viral shedding in asymptomatic people - The Hindu
  • Question corner | A missing link - The Hindu
  • The wild oranges of India - The Hindu
  • A metamaterial that can make use of origami to reduce shock - The Hindu
  • Creating a sun in a lab - The Hindu
  • Luc Montagnier, credited with discovering HIV, dies aged 89 - The Hindu
  • China planning more than 50 space launches in 2022 - The Hindu
  • SpaceX satellites falling out of orbit after solar storm - The Hindu
  • India’s first mRNA COVID-19 vaccine likely to be rolled out by April - The Hindu
  • Scientists set new record in creating energy from nuclear fusion - The Hindu
  • RT-PCR: Cycle threshold value does not hold clinical relevance - The Hindu
  • A quantum solution to a 243-year-old maths problem - The Hindu
  • Earliest solar storm - The Hindu
  • Chandrayaan-3 set for August launch - The Hindu
  • IISc. commissions one of India’s most powerful supercomputers - The Hindu
  • Scientists spot a blinking star’s ‘totally unexpected’ behaviour - The Hindu
  • Unravelling the molecular biology of asafoetida - The Hindu
  • New study documents the songs of frog species - The Hindu
  • NASA’s new space telescope sees 1st starlight, takes selfie - Indian Express
  • Digging Deep: What Indonesia’s experiment in reducing emissions reveals about fighting deforestation - Indian Express
  • What Elon Musk did and didn’t reveal about SpaceX’s starship rocket - Indian Express
  • Could genetic engineering reverse insecticide resistance? - Indian Express
  • Rollout of NASA’s new moon rocket to launch pad delayed - Indian Express
  • Slowly, the groundhog emerges from the scientific shadows - Indian Express
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - JANUARY 2022

  • Mars had liquid water 2 billion years ago: study - Indian Express
  • Forget metals, chemists use DNA to build the world’s tiniest antenna - Indian Express
  • Scientists amazed by blinking star’s ‘totally unexpected’ behavior - Indian Express
  • Meet Squatina mapama, new angel shark species from Panama - Indian Express
  • Researchers achieve milestone on path toward nuclear fusion energy - Indian Express
  • SpaceX rocket part to crash into Moon 7 years after launch - Indian Express
  • Bouncing boulders point to quakes on Mars - Indian Express
  • Meet Methuselah, the oldest living aquarium fish - Indian Express
  • Ghostly monkey among 224 new Mekong region species: WWF Report - Indian Express
  • Not liquid water, there’s volcanic rock under Mars’ south pole: Study - Indian Express
  • New study decodes why whales don’t choke - Indian Express
  • Tonga eruption was so intense, it caused the atmosphere to ring like a bell - Indian Express
  • China drafts new rules to allow gene edited crops - Indian Express
  • James Webb Space Telescope reaches orbital destination a million miles from Earth - Indian Express
  • Malaysia’s mangrove-planting fishermen stumble at nature finance hurdle - Indian Express
  • Earth’s interior is cooling faster than expected, study notes - Indian Express
  • This ancient crab had unusually huge eyes - Indian Express
  • ‘Cosmic sails’: Hubble captures stunning galaxy in nautical themed constellation - Indian Express
  • James Webb Space Telescope: Mirror deployment process completed - Indian Express
  • How Victorian sexism influenced Darwin’s theories: New research - Indian Express
  • New study decodes how intensified rainfall will harm global economy - Indian Express
  • Kidneys from a genetically altered pig implanted in a brain-dead patient - Indian Express
  • Natural History Museum described 552 new species in 2021. Here’s our favourite five - Indian Express
  • Pristine coral reef unblemished by warming oceans found off Tahiti - Indian Express
  • Why are men more likely to die of COVID? It’s complicated - Indian Express
  • Common virus may play role in debilitating neurological illness - Indian Express
  • We are witnessing onset of Sixth Mass Extinction, says study - Indian Express
  • Europe narrows hunt for next astronauts, eyes crewed flights - Indian Express
  • A huge project is underway to sequence the genome of every complex species on Earth - Indian Express
  • Faster spread of Omicron is not due to higher viral load - The Hindu
  • Inducing regeneration - The Hindu
  • Lung abnormalities found in long COVID patients with breathlessness - The Hindu
  • At bedtime, city lizards seek spots that mimic natural sites - The Hindu
  • Musk's bets on Tesla: no human drivers this year, robots next - The Hindu
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  • Adding radioactive substances in wearables unjustified - The Hindu
  • Two species of fungi associated with basal stem rot found - The Hindu
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  • More evidence of excess deaths in India during pandemic - The Hindu
  • New AI model helps discover genetic risk factors for motor neurone disease - The Hindu
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  • Astro tourism is poised to grow in India, with astro villages and hubs coming up in Ladakh, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh - The Hindu
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