The Telegraph
| Monday, June 5, 2017 |


A monster is born

The theory of how blackholes form may have to be revised after a Nasa team that includes two Indian origin astrophysicists spotted blackholes from when the universe was young. Prasun Chaudhuri reports

Monstrous black holes shooting jets of intense gamma-ray radiation from the farthest of galaxies were spotted by Nasa’s Fermi Gamma-ray Telescope recently. The galaxies are so far away that light from the most distant one began its journey... | Read»


The human brain is smart enough at discovering and avoiding disease, a new study led by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden reports. | Read»

Coffee stains

University of Pennsylvania physicists helped show the math behind growth of coffee rings— ring-shaped stain of particles left after drops of coffee evaporate. | Read»

A smartphone for small pockets

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

If you have made up your mind to spend a lot of money on flagship phones then this is not for you. However, if you really want value for money then you should give the LG G6 a shot. This is a phone whose makers have given a lot of thought on what... | Read»

Phantom noise 

Noise can be loud and irritating. The good thing about external noise is that it can be shut out. Phantom noises — ringing, buzzing, roaring or hissing — varying in intensity and pitch continuous or intermittent, in one or both ears... | Read»