18 May 2016
New York: Are you over 50 and remain wearily busy? If yes, take heart. A new study says older adults with a busy daily lifestyle tend to have better mental functioning than their less busy peers.
19 Aug 2016
New York: A Venus-like exoplanet may have atmosphere with oxygen but not life, researchers report, adding that their magma ocean-atmosphere model can help solve the puzzle of how Venus evolved over time.
09 Aug 2016
London: Signs of life from under Mars' surface may not survive in rocks excavated by some meteorite impacts, suggest scientists, adding that life may be present deep underground.
15 Apr 2015
New York: Supervisors who support the personal and family life of their colleagues and flexible work schedules can allow employees to spend more quality time with their families without affecting their work time, says a new research.
13 Aug 2016
New York: Today's Venus is a hellish world with temperatures reaching 462 degrees Celsius at its surface and almost not water vapour, but for up to two billion years of its early history, the planet could have hosted life, a NASA study says.
06 Apr 2016
Washington: Large comets and asteroids that bombarded Mars some 4 billion years ago likely enhanced climate conditions enough to make the red planet more conducive to life, at least for a time, a new study has found.
13 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Wacky video jockey Andy says his life after "Bigg Boss Saath-7" has been "phenomenal" as he has been getting more work than ever.
14 Jan 2016
Toronto: The 'mid-life crisis' theory which predicts that happiness declines the most from the early 20s to middle age may be a myth, a new study suggests.
03 Feb 2015
Jerusalem: Researchers are developing a new technology that would enable smartphones to screen their users' breath for life-threatening diseases. A research consortium headed by Professor Hossam Haick of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is developing a product that, when coupled with a smartphone, will be able to screen the user's breath for early detection of diseases.
24 May 2016
Washington: Powerful solar explosions on the adolescent Sun may have provided the crucial energy needed to warm Earth and create complex molecules necessary for life, despite the star's faintness four billion years ago, according to a new NASA study.