Dhaka: 8:29 PM, Thu, 22 Feb, 2018

Chinese police catch criminals with sunglasses

International Desk: During one of the most chaotic mass migrations in the Chinese calendar, Chinese police have been equipped with some high-tech gadgetry to help seek out criminals on the ground.

Genes remain active after death

Risingbd Desk: Cells continue to function even after an individual dies. That's according to a scientific study published in Nature Communications.

First human eggs grown in laboratory

Risingbd Desk: Human eggs have been grown in the laboratory for the first time, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh.

Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy rocket launches successfully

Risingbd Desk: US entrepreneur Elon Musk has launched his new rocket, the Falcon Heavy, from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Scientists discover plants can be put to sleep during surgery

Risingbd Desk: Plants may not be so much unlike animals or humans after all.

Life outside the solar system

Risingbd Desk: A new study of the tightly-packed family of planets 40 light years from Earth has confirmed that it could be the best place to find life outside our solar system.

200 million fake Facebook accounts

Risingbd Desk: As many as 200 million accounts on Facebook are either fake or duplicate as on end December 2017 and India is among the countries which have a high number of such accounts, the social networking site said.

Blood test to detect 8 cancers early

International Desk: Scientists are reporting progress on a blood test to detect many types of cancer at an early stage, including some of the most deadly ones that lack screening tools now.

Country' first computer factory opened

Staff Correspondent: Walton group, the country's leading electrical, electronics and home appliances manufacturing and marketing company, has officially inaugurated an ultramodern computer factory at its Digi-Tech Industries at Chandra in Gazipur, emerging the country's first computer manufacturing workhouse.

Smartphone,Tab Expo fair to begin on Thursday

Staff Correspondent: The Techshohor Smartphone and Tab Expo(STE)- 2018 is set to be hit the town again with the view to bring opportunities to the gadget lovers to experience and get the latest editions of smartphone and tablet computer brands.

Google hires key Apple chip designer

Risingbd Desk: Google has hired John Bruno, a well-known chip designer from Apple who ran the silicon competitive analysis group at the Cupertino-based iPhone maker.

Business Innovation Summit-2018 to be held on March 10

Science Desk: Bangladesh Innovation Forum is going to arrange “Business Innovation Summit-2018” for the 2nd time on March 10, 2018. 

NASA finds second solar system as big as ours

International Desk: NASA's Kepler space telescope has discovered an eighth planet in a distant star system called Kepler 90 - the first time a faraway star has been found to have the same number of planets orbiting it as our own sun.

Bangladesh wins 15 awards in APICTA

Desk Report: Bangladesh has won a winner award and 14 others merit awards in Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA), known as the Oscar of ICT world.

'Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park' starts its journey

Desk Report: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday formally inaugurated 'Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park' newly built in Jessore.

BNP to stage ‘black-flag’ procession Saturday

Senior Correspondent: As Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) did not give permission to hold a rally in the capital for tomorrow, BNP will bring out “black-flag” processions in Dhaka on Saturday (February 24) demanding release of its party Chairperson Khaleda Zia, who is now in jail after being convicted in a graft case.

Singer Saba Tani dies

Entertainment Desk: Bangladeshi singer Saba Tani died on Monday morning at her residence at Uttara in the city. She was 49.