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Kanishk Singh, co-founder and editor-in-chief at TeCake.com, has forayed in the healthcare for over two years, he enjoys his stint as an editor of several local health magazines. Kanishk has a fair understanding of the complex profile of the Indian healthcare scenario and enjoys his work in this direction. Contact: editor[at]tecake.com
“Ring of Fire”

Breathtaking view of “Ring of Fire” Solar Eclipse stuns people in South America &...

Nature treated stargazers and astronomers across South America and Africa with a spectacular “Ring of Fire” as Moon passes through Sun, blocking it completely. Residents and scientists of South America and Africa enjoyed a...
metallic hydrogen

Scientist have lost the only piece of Metallic Hydrogen that was discovered last month

Researchers created world's first sample of metallic hydrogen last month, and now it has disappeared. Scientists all around the globe got shocked when Harvard researchers turned 80-year-old theory into reality and are disappointed as...
quadcopter

Scientists using Fuzzy logic to develop drones that can land on moving objects!

In a breakthrough, a team of Indian-origin scientists are developing a drone that can navigate autonomously, choose a landing site, and land on a moving object. For the astonishing feat, researchers are using a...
NASA Fermi telescope indicates presence of dark matter in Andromeda Galaxy

NASA Fermi detects possible pressence of dark matter in neighbouring Andromeda Galaxy

Scientists at NASA believe that they have identified the presence of the mysterious dark matter that constitutes over 85 percent of our universe. While examining the Andromeda galaxy with Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, astronomers have...
NASA's Horizon Spacecraft starts exploring firststage of exploring Pluto, a task that has never been done before

NASA wants to change definition of ‘Planet’ and add Pluto again in Solar System

It is almost 11 years when Pluto was demoted from the status of the last planet in solar system. Following the decision of International Astronomical Union (IAU) in 2006, Pluto was debarred from the...
exoplanet

NASA to unveil findings on Exoplanets beyond our solar system in a conference tomorrow

The US space agency NASA will hold a major conference at 1 p.m. EST Wednesday, Feb. 22, where it will reveal the latest findings on the habitable exoplanets, and the event will air live...
ESA plans to collaborate with ISRO for precision satellite launch at low cost

ESA plans to collaborate with ISRO for precision satellite launch at low cost

European Space Agency (ESA) is now planning to collaborate with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) after the record-breaking launch of 104 satellites at one go on February 15 by the Indian space agency. ESA's...
iphonese

Apple iPhone SE manufacturing to start at Bengaluru in April, expected to come at...

Recently, Apple Inc. announced that the company would set up a manufacturing unit of iPhones in Bengaluru, India. According to the latest updates, the Cupertino giant will start the manufacturing process in April this...
Astronomers create first piece of art "Laugh Star" using 3D printer in space, Watch image

Researchers create first ever 3D art work “Laugh Star” representing human voice at ISS

Astronomers have created first ever piece of art form on the International Space Station. The plastic sculpture represents sound waves of human laughter in a 3-D form that was made by the Additive Manufacturing Facility...
India's air quality decreasing at an alarming rate, caused 1.1 million premature deaths in 2015

India’s air quality decreasing at an alarming rate, caused 1.1 million premature deaths in...

Air pollution in India is getting worse with every passing day and has started showing its adverse effects, warns a new study. According to researchers, India's air quality is no better than that of China,...
Sidd Bikkannavar

US-born Muslim scientist at NASA detained at the border until he unlocked pin-protected phone

In a shocking event, a Muslim employee of NASA who went abroad on a personal trip was detained from entering the US until he unlocked the pin of his phone and allowed officials to copy the...
NASA celebrates #BlackHoleFriday by releasing breathtaking images

First ever midsize black hole spotted in globular star cluster 47 Tucanae

Astronomers examining the pulsars in a densely populated star clusters have found something very astonishing. Researchers have spotted first of its kind black hole lurking in the star cluster. Black holes are the most mysterious entities present...
Astronaut aboard ISS shares pic of Storm at dusk that looks like solar arrays stirring the clouds

Astronaut aboard ISS shares pic of Storm at dusk that looks like solar arrays...

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet, the present onboard crew of the International Space Station (ISS) has been frequently sharing breathtaking views of earth from space on his social media accounts and thanks to his generosity,...
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X with Snapdragon 625 launched in China; Sale starts from Feb...

As expected, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has unveiled its Redmi Note 4X in the China on February 8, and the device will go on sale from February 14. However, the company also known...
TeamIndus starts Moonshot Wheels to motivate students in govt schools for space exploration

TeamIndus starts Moonshot Wheels to motivate students in govt schools for space exploration

Bengaluru-based space startup company TeamIndus has started an initiative of teaching rural students about the space missions and its lunar landing program that will kick off by the end of this year. The company...
Watch these stunning images of cyclone swirls and oval storms on Jupiter shot by JunoCam

See Pic: Jupiter’s cyclone swirls and oval storms shot by JunoCam during flyby

The US space agency NASA's Juno spacecraft that is orbiting Jupiter has made its fourth flyby of the largest planet of our solar system. What's striking is that the iconic spacecraft has captured some...
Does Dark Matter Exist? NASA Chandra Observatory Detect Mysterious X-Rays

Mysterious X-Rays observed by NASA Chandra Observatory suggests Dark Matter exists!

The US space agency NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory has observed very strange and distinctive X-ray signal coming from our galaxy Milky Way. What's striking is that researchers believe that the new observation can help them in...
Ancient alien face like Gautam Buddha still exist on Google Mars, See Pic

Ancient alien face like Gautam Buddha still exist on Google Mars, See Pic

Alien hunters believe that extraterrestrial life does exist and are trying hard to prove it to ordinary people. Rumours of alien findings on Mars and Moon have gained momentum recently, and alien enthusiasts from all around...
Samsung’s new innovation is buzzing over the benchmarks

Samsung’s new innovation is buzzing over the benchmarks

The latest reports indicate that the Samsung has started working on its new innovation. There has been no particular information about this product yet, though it is not officially announced by Samsung. The benchmarking...
Scientists have traced out a lost continent at the bottom of the Indian Ocean

Scientists discover 3 billion year old continent hidden under Indian Ocean

On Tuesday, a study report published that some researchers have been able to trace out a lost continent under the Indian Ocean. According to them, this lost world was in between the India and...
Here's how mother leopard reacted after seeing her two lost cubs again, Watch video

Here’s how mother leopard reacted after seeing her two lost cubs again, Watch video

The site of baby animals getting united with their family is amazing and heart touching. In a similar scenario, two leopard cubs that were only three weeks old got lost and later were rescued...

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