Free Press Journal
  • Be calm and composed

    Aeons ago in ancient China lived an old farmer who had worked on his land for many years. He was blessed with a perspicacious mind. Abruptly, one day his horse ran away. Upon hearing the news, a motley group of neighbours came to commiserate with him. “Such misfortune, such ill luck,” the agitated group of villagers reacted. “Maybe,” nonchalantly replied the farmer. A few days later the horse returned, accompanied by three

  • Spaceflight may change Astronauts’ brain shape

    Washington: Brains of astronauts may undergo changes in shape, compressing and expanding during spaceflight, according to a new study that may pave the way for treating related health conditions. The study, believed to be the first to examine structural changes that take place in astronauts’ brains during spaceflight, found that the volume of grey matter increased or decreased, and the extent of the alteration depended on the length of time spent in

  • New method may help detect gravitational waves

    Melbourne: Scientists have discovered new technology that may identify gravitational waves throughout ‘the observable universe’, instead of detecting them a billion light years away.

  • New Mars gravity map reveals chilling details

    New York: Researchers have developed a new map of Mars’ gravity with three NASA spacecraft that is the most detailed to date, providing a revealing glimpse into the hidden interior of the Red Planet.

  • A glimpse of Einstein

    Washington:  In a landmark discovery in the field of physics and astronomy, international scientists claim they have glimpsed the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, or ripples in the fabric of space-time, which Albert Einstein predicted a century ago.

  • Newton knew how water rise in plants defies gravity

    London: English physicist Isaac Newton very nearly uncovered the secret of how plants defy gravity by pulling water up from roots, almost 200 years before the process was described by botanists, new research has shown.

  • How MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Inspired Ekta Kapoor

    Filmmaker EktaKapoor who truly is a film mogul in India today is always open to new creative advancements being a modern day producer. Ekta always wishes to give audiences new stories and experiences when they go to the cinemas.