Articles by Sanchalita Mullick
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope from Chile might one day provide the 'deepest, widest image of the universe'.
A recent study suggests that nearly 25 percent of the stillbirths can be prevented and in order to do so health care before pregnancy should be of primary significance.
Kazakhstan witnessed a rather strange event in May 2015 when more than 200,000 saiga antelopes died in just three weeks.
Amazon is all geared up to release its latest Echo home device, a camera-microphone combo to facilitate video calling.
A new study provides information on the songs of birds and their breeding behavior, covering the birds of northern California.
A Bornean orangutan was found stabbed to death and floating in a river in Indonesia's Central Kalimantan province.
Archaeologists claim that the void in the Pyramid of Khufu houses an iron throne built of otherworldly stone.
Findings reveal that the theropod Caihong juji used its colorful mane to attract mates.
A new study suggests that lice and fleas carried by humans might have been the cause for the spread of the plague, that killed millions of people across Europe in the Middle Ages.
Reginald Mitchell's brainchild Spitfire changed the course of the Second World War.
Kangaroo Mother Care or the skin to skin care method is most commonly used for low birth weight babies or premature babies.
The Havre volcanic eruption in 2012, according to scientists, is the biggest eruption ever seen on land in the 20th century.
UN Environment and WHO are all set to collaborate to curb the consequences of climate change and environmental hazards on health, that causes an estimated 12.6 million deaths a year.
The pelican spiders are native to Madagascar, Australia, and South Africa.
Malaysia has been warned of the outbreak of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus or (MERS-CoV). Since September 2012, WHO has reported 2,123 cases in 27 countries including 740 deaths.
Scientists have discovered a Jurassic era shark that they claim to be the ancestor of Megalodon, an extinct shark species that lived on earth about 2.3 million years ago.
Forpheus, an emotional robot, developed by Japan-based Omron Automation is capable of reading a person's body language, offer advice and encouragement.
Noise pollution is increasing the level of anxiety, especially in birds, by reducing the production of stress hormones rather than increasing it as a form of self-protection.
Findings by a team of researchers from the Harvard University exactly show how the birds of paradise work wonders with light.
Researchers claim that the stone Hypatia, discovered in Egypt in 2013 is of extra-terrestrial origin.