World's smallest dinosaur is actually a 'weird' prehistoric lizardBy The Rising Nepal
A tiny skull entombed in 99-million-year-old amber that became the subject of scientific debate last year was initially thought to belong to the world's smallest dinosaur species.
Secrets of tiny diving mammals revealedBy BBC
Biologists have uncovered the genetic secrets of the world's smallest diving mammals - water shrews.
Scientists discover new 'chocolate frog' in swampBy The Rising Nepal
A team of Australian scientists has discovered a curious "chocolate frog" tree frog in the lowland rainforests of New Guinea.
More than a billion sparrows in the world, study findsBy The Rising Nepal
There are at least 50 billion individual wild birds in the world, according to a new estimate. House sparrows alone make up about 1.6 billion of these.
China lands its Zhurong rover on MarsBy The Rising Nepal
The successful touchdown is a remarkable achievement, given the difficult nature of the task. Only the Americans have really mastered landing on Mars until now. With this landing, China becomes the second country to put a rover on Mars.
Italy fines Google $123 mln for abuse of dominant positionBy The Rising Nepal
Italy’s competition watchdog said on Thursday it had fined Google (GOOGL.O) 102 million euros ($123 million) for abuse of its dominant position due to its Android mobile operating system and app store Google Play.
Rocket debris lands in Indian Ocean, China SaysBy The Rising Nepal
The Long March-5b vehicle re-entered the atmosphere at 10:24 Beijing time (02:24 GMT) on Sunday, state media reported, citing the Chinese Manned Space Engineering office. There were no reports of injuries or damage.
Michael Collins, Apollo 11 astronaut, has died at age 90By The Rising Nepal
Michael Collins, the NASA astronaut who was the command module pilot for the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, has died at age 90 after battling cancer.
Astronauts arrive at pad for SpaceX flight on used rocketBy The Rising Nepal
Four astronauts arrived at their launch pad early Friday morning for a SpaceX flight to the International Space Station, the company’s third bon voyage for a NASA crew in under a year.
Tesla's Autopilot 'tricked' to operate without driverBy The Rising Nepal
The Autopilot feature in Tesla vehicles can be tricked into operating without a driver, an influential consumer magazine in the US has found.
Google and Apple attacked on app store 'monopoly'By BBC
Senators have grilled Apple and Google in Washington over "anti-competitive" behaviour related to their app stores.
TikTok sued for billions over use of children's dataBy BBC
TikTok is facing a legal challenge from former children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield over how it collects and uses children's data.
Apple to host virtual iPad event, may hint at new AirPodsBy The Rising Nepal
Many of us may be suffering from virtual event fatigue after a year of video calls. But not Apple, which plans new product announcements at what seems likely to be an iPhone-less online event on Tuesday.
Facebook creates Clubhouse clone Live Audio RoomsBy BBC
Facebook has announced it will roll out a series of audio features in the next few months.
Nasa successfully flies small helicopter on MarsBy BBC
The drone, called Ingenuity, was airborne for less than a minute, but Nasa is celebrating what represents the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another world.
Mars helicopter first flight: Nasa to test IngenuityBy BBC
A small helicopter is set to be the first to fly on another planet.
A68: Iceberg that became a social media star melts awayBy BBC
The iceberg that was for a time the biggest in the world is no more. Another example of iceberg fast-forward evolution, showing us how ice shelves might collapse in a warmer world.
Nasa chooses SpaceX to build Moon landerBy BBC
Nasa has chosen Elon Musk's company SpaceX to build a lander that will return humans to the Moon this decade.
Why Mars? The fascination with exploring the red planetBy The Rising Nepal
The mystique of Mars is one that humans can't seem to resist. The red planet has easily captured our interest for centuries, heavily featured in science fiction books and films and the subject of robotic exploration since the 1960s.