NASA has announced that it will award the Distinguished Public Service Medal, its highest honor, to astronomer Yervant Terzian, the Tisch Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Professor…
Qizai panda is the only brown panda in the World. The brown panda had a hard childhood. His Mather left him at 2 months old, and having to face bullying from other pandas growing up, now he is thriving and becoming a celebrity of the animal world.View More Qizai Is the Only Brown Panda Around the World
The largest crocodile is Lolong, but it was died on February 10, 2013. He was a saltwater crocodile which was measured at 6.17 m (20 ft 3 in), and weighed 1,075 kg (2,370 lb), making him one of the largest crocodiles ever measured from snout-to-tail.View More What Is the World’s Largest Crocodile?
The books are one of the best friends, and the books about astronomy is occupied the most important place in our lives (those people who can’t imagine their life without space). If you would like to discover the mysterious phenomena such as “Universe”, then you should read these books absolutely.View More Books about Astronomy and Astrophysics that Are Worth Reading
NASA new mission that is called ECOSTRESS, or ECOsystem Spaceborne soon will be installed on the International Space Station. This is a mission when ECOSTRESS will measure the temperature of plants from space. This will allow researchers to determine plant water use and to study how drought conditions affect plant health. Scientists will have a chance to use that temperature data to better understand how much water plants need.View More ECOSTRESS Will Measure the Temperature of Plants from Space
What can be more terrible than have a chance to know the probability of dying. The company of Medical Brain team has created new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can predict the possibility of a patient dying more correctly than a doctor can. Google’s Medical Brain was 95 per cent accurate in the first hospital and 93 per cent accurate in the second hospital. The paper was published in the “Journal Nature”.View More Google’s New AI Can Predict the Possibility of Dying with 95% Accuracy
A user wears an EEG cap to detect brain signals and EMG electrodes to detect muscle signals. Researchers from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) have created a way to control robots more automatically, using hand gestures and brainwaves.View More How to Use Brain signals and Hand Gestures to Control Robots?
Uber has a plan to pay the drivers for using Electric Vehicles. The company launched a pilot program on Tuesday in eight North American cities such as Austin, Los Angeles, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle. It will be connected its drivers to national and local EV organizations.View More Uber Wants to Pay Drivers to Use Electric Cars EV
21 centuries are full of innovative technologies that do not stop amusing us. Today we are going to introduce you top 10 strangest cars ever made that are very unique and original, even these cars may capture the most uninteresting people’s interests. Every day, every time we see ordinary cars, that are very usual phenomena for us, but these ones you will not have an opportunity to see every day or every time. If you want to call someone’s attention, or you would like that many people speak about your car, then these top 10 strangest cars are just for you.View More Top 10 Strangest Cars Ever Made That May Brighten Your Mood
NASA’s JunoCam has just taken this color-enhanced image when the Juno performed its 13th flyby of Jupiter. As indicated NASA the spacecraft was around 4,900 miles from the tops of the planet. “The North Temperate Belt is the prominent reddish-orange band left of center. It rotates in the same direction as the planet and is predominantly cyclonic, which in the northern hemisphere means its features spin in a counter-clockwise direction. Within the belt are two gray-colored anticyclones,” says NASA.View More NASA Created Dark and Stormy Image of Jupiter by JunoCam