Pragati Pathrotkar


SpaceX on Monday launched 64 satellite in one fell scoop for a historic record setting operation. The satellite was deployed from Vandenberg Air Force Base, which is in California. Moreover, the same Falcon9 was earlier used in three space missions. The SpaceX’s Elon Musk is the US tech billionaire and the company founder who has made re-usability as their main goal. According to SpaceX, the deployment of 64 satellite in


A wise man once said, “Spread Peace, Not war, Heaven will not be far”. The after effects of Second World War had petrified humanity to a level where nations came up to build peace and promised not to declare war on one another; at least not until it is really necessary. However, the silent competition of being the most powerful nation in the world is still continuing, but now in


After the sign of “Touched down confirmed” reported by the NASA’s mission control operator,    cheers and applause sounds erupted from the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Scientists leap from their seat to embrace each other after the successful launch of the Mars InSight Lander. Just after the landing, InSight released its first picture from the planet Mars. The Main motive behind the aircraft landing is to study the interior of the

Food Technology and Research to Boost Crop Nutrients

Considerable catastrophic impact is caused on the planet Earth by climate changes. The climate change negatively impacts the growth of the crop yields. This leads to decrease in nutrients in food staple like vegetable, rice, and legumes. This may lead to decrease in nutrients amount in human body, ultimately resulting in malnutrition. According to a Agri-tech expert, the standard of the food quality is continuously decreasing every day. This is


In this fast-paced world, cell-phone and laptop charging can be a huge drag. Normally, most cellphones and laptops these days take well over an hour to get fully charged. However, Thomas H. Epps III, a professor from the University of Delaware, finds that it is actually possible to charge such portable electronic goods within minutes. But what exactly is preventing the technology from being widely adopted? First, it requires highly

AI to Figure out Way of Audit on Violation of EU’s Privacy Rules

The privacy regulator in the UK has appointed the first academic professional for improving the artificial intelligence (AI) and has asked him to figure out the way of audit ‘black box’ of AI algorithm. Even after Brexit, the UK has accepted the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was imposed from 25 May via the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. This GDPR has analyzed the works for how

Gene Editing

The invention and usage of machines into the daily human life has begun years back. With time, the levels got upgraded from a tractor to a vacuum cleaner and so on. The new age of machines is the age of machines with brains of their own. Commonly known as artificial intelligence, it has started to impress humanity with its quick robotic techniques and perfect accuracy. The entry of artificial intelligence

A New Combine Technology for Early Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer

Scientists working at Washington University has developed a method to diagnose the cancer with the help of photoacoustic imagining. Photoacoustic imagining is a technique works by combining the ultrasound and laser light. The development may be helpful for clinician to diagnose ovarian cancer at early stage and that will lead to save lives. The ovarian cancer detected at very early stage such as stage 1 or 2; the chemotherapy and

Oceanic Energy

Energy harvested from the ocean in considered renewable. It is abundant too. This has led to a recent deal to deploy tidal kite technology in the oceanic waters around the Faroe Islands. The deal was inked between Faroese power firm SEV and Swedish marine energy business Minesto. Together, they are to commission, install, and operate two of Minesto’s DG100 models. SEV has agreed to purchase the electricity manufactured by using the

Ozone Layer Finally Getting Replenished

For all those worried about the earth’s climate owing to the depletion of the ozone layer, here’s some good news finally – the ozone layer is getting restored gradually. This has been stated in a report backed by the UN titled Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2018. The report has been prepared by an expert panel from the United Nations Environment Programme and World Meteorological Organization. It observes that the