'Gravity' helmer Alfonso Cuaron wants to make film in Chinese

'Gravity' helmer Alfonso Cuaron wants to make film in Chinese

Alfonso Cuaron is fascinated with the culture of China and wishes to make a movie in Chinese.

Clooney jokes long-time pal Sandra acts 'bossy'

Clooney jokes long-time pal Sandra acts 'bossy'

Actor George Clooney says that friend Sandra Bullock is bossy 

Astronauts aboard space station watch 'The Martian'

Astronauts aboard space station watch 'The Martian'

The astronauts were able to watch the movie using the space station's HD projector which they use for conferences, tech software, etc.

Dark matter may not be as dark as previously believed

Dark matter may not be as dark as previously believed

First signs of self-interacting dark matter have suggested that it may not be as dark as previously believed.

Dark matter 'interacting' with force other than gravity: Study

Dark matter 'interacting' with force other than gravity: Study

Dark matter may not be completely "dark" after all as an international team of scientists has discovered the first potential signs of dark matter interacting with a force other than gravity.

How magnetic field influences star formation

How magnetic field influences star formation

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how the magnetic field influences star formation on a variety of scales, from hundreds of light-years down to a fraction of a light-year.

Aryabhatta knew about gravity before Newton: Former ISRO chief

Aryabhatta knew about gravity before Newton: Former ISRO chief

One of the country's leading scientists and former ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair on Saturday propounded the theory that some shlokas in the Vedas mentioned about presence of water on the moon and astronomy experts like Aryabhatta knew about gravitational force much before Issac Newton.

Searching for Susy: Collider to push physics frontier

Excitement is mounting at the world`s largest proton smasher, where scientists are close to launching a superpowered hunt for particles that may change our understanding of the Universe.

First detailed analysis of quails' gait sheds light on dinosaur's locomotion

First detailed analysis of quails' gait sheds light on dinosaur's locomotion

A team of motion scientists has analyzed the gait of birds to know how horizontally forward-facing posture affects the movement of their legs and on their stability when they walk.

Pulsars with black holes are authentic 'holy grail' for examining gravity

Pulsars with black holes are authentic 'holy grail' for examining gravity

A new research has revealed that pulsars' intermittent light allows scientists to verify Einstein's theory of relativity, especially when these objects are paired up with another neutron star or white dwarf that interferes with their gravity.

Gravity may have saved universe from collapsing after Big Bang

Gravity may have saved universe from collapsing after Big Bang

 A new study has revealed that gravity may have saved the universe from collapsing immediately after the Big Bang.

Researchers investigate plants sent to space

 To understand what happens to plants when there is no gravity, researchers are now set to study 1,000 plant seedlings grown in space.

Alfonso Cuaron to release silent space version of 'Gravity'

Alfonso Cuaron to release silent space version of 'Gravity'

Director Alfonso Cuaron's nail-biting outer space disaster movie 'Gravity' is getting a silent space version.

Antarctica's ice loss changed Earth's gravity: Study

Antarctica's ice loss changed Earth's gravity: Study

Antarctica has lost so much ice that it has caused a shift in Earth's gravity, according to a new study.

Smart space suits to help astronauts run on the moon

Smart space suits to help astronauts run on the moon

Were you intrigued by Neil Armstrong's unusual walking style on the moon as he took a 'giant leap' for mankind? Well, that was not because of low gravity but space suits that restricted movement.

Astronauts can run faster on moon surface than previously thought

Astronauts can run faster on moon surface than previously thought

Scientists have found that astronauts can actually walk faster on the moon than what was previously thought.

Sandra Bullock to reunite with Clooney for political film

Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock is set to reunite with her `Gravity` co-star George Clooney for new film `Our Brand is Crisis`.

What`s holding `gravity-defying` near-Earth asteroid together revealed

A new study has helped scientists uncover the forces that are keeping the near-Earth asteroid from breaking apart and potentially protecting Earth from a massive asteroid impact.

How geckos keep firm grip to climb walls

For years, biologists have been astonished by the power of gecko feet. Ever wondered how do they get their impressive sticking ability?

Nasal hair-inspired material can manipulate water, light

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a new material with micro human hairs that move in response to a magnetic field.