American paleontologists discovered a dinosaur teeth bird

Yale university researchers have discovered a bird beak that inspired the likes of Charles Darwin bore the very first beak. Scientists said, the dinosaur teeth bird, Ichthyornis lived 100–66 million years ago and plays a key role in the evolutionary journey from dinosaurs to modern-day birds.

NASA Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway is ground for human exploration

After a sudden exit from moon mission, NASA is going to develop the new mars mission, Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway, to provide the ground for human exploration into the solar system.

A bacteria group communicates to avoid antibiotics, says microbiologists

A team of American microbiologists recently reveals a shocking news about a bacteria. The pathogen, Pseudomonas aeruginosa causes pneumonia, sepsis and other infections. This bacteria group communicates distress signals in response to avoid certain antibiotics.

Scientists stunned after cancelling NASA moon mission

NASA has drops the main robotic vehicle under development to investigate the surface of the Moon. The NASA moon mission, Resource Prospector (RP), a robotic rover that had developed for about 10 years to investigate a polar region of the Moon.

NASA and John Deere spread self-driving tractor capabilities

More than a decade ago, farmers using self-driving tractor in part of partnership between John Deere and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) on GPS receivers.

Chemists design a molecule using optical tweezers

Scientists design a molecule using optical tweezers and spearheading an entirely new form of chemical reaction. In the study, a team of Harvard researchers trapped two individual atoms in separate laser beams, then united them together and triggered a reaction between them with a photon of light.

South Atlantic Anomaly study reveals earth’s magnetic field getting weak

Researchers exploring an abnormality in Earth’s magnetic field occurs in the southern hemisphere that has been named the ‘South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA)’.

Elon Musk believes flights to Mars may start 2019

The SpaceX CEO reveals facts about the project of flights to Mars may start trails soon. Musk said, the first flight of SpaceX’s Big Falcon Rocket could occur in the first half of 2019, although he admits to having optimistic timelines.