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Canada To Make Major Investment In Its Space Program
(Mar 2019) Investing in science . for research. Canada will develop and contribute a smart robotic system – Canadarm3 – that will repair and maintain the Gateway. Canada’s partnership in the Gateway ushers in
First private space probe on the moon could bring new era of space exploration’
(since Feb, 2019) The mission could also mark the beginning of a new spaceflight era — one in which companies go . “We’re looking at an entirely new model for space exploration beyond Earth orbit.” From its funding
Wows in science: Crew Dragon success; debunking Armageddon; watch stunning shockwave video
(Mar 2019) An amazing week in space and other science news, one during which the beginning of a new era of human spaceflight began . The SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule launched March 2 and completed its historic
Goddard Technologists, NASA Scientists Prepare for New Era of Human Exploration
on 17th of Mar 2019 (NASA) – NASA scientists, engineers, and technologists are preparing for a new era of human exploration . or XCOM, in space. Although very early in its development, XCOM could usher in the
Barriers in Cannabis Research and Analysis
(Mar 2019) But this new era of . between scientists and their ability to legally obtain marijuana for research. This impediment to research means that although medical cannabis is legal in many states, there
Resurrecting woolly mammoth cells is hard to do – Science News
Mar 18th, 2019 11:00 UTC Resurrecting woolly mammoth cells is hard to do Science News
Proteins from woolly mammoth cells frozen for 28,000 years in the Siberian tundra may still have some biological activity, claim researchers attempting to clone .
NSF hopes JASON can lead it through treacherous waters – Science Magazine
Mar 18th, 2019 16:54 UTC NSF hopes JASON can lead it through treacherous waters Science Magazine
The National Science Foundation (NSF) in Alexandria, Virginia, doesn’t fund classified research. But it is hoping a group of prominent scientists with a long .
In a speech last week, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus recalled the posters about smallpox that he saw as a child in his hometown Asmara, in what is now Eritrea .
Goddard Technologists, NASA Scientists Prepare for New Era of Human Exploration | – SpaceCoastDaily.com
Mar 18th, 2019 04:03 UTC Goddard Technologists, NASA Scientists Prepare for New Era of Human Exploration | SpaceCoastDaily.com
NASA scientists, engineers, and technologists are preparing for a new era of human exploration at the Moon, which includes a new launch system, capsule, and .
New documentary has a good time asking how gene editing might change the world – Ars Technica
on 17th of Mar 2019 New documentary has a good time asking how gene editing might change the world Ars Technica
Here’s a poorly kept secret: the internal chatter at a given research and scientific institution is typically more interesting than what emerges on the public record.
Scientists luck upon a new way to make a rainbow – Science Magazine
(since Feb, 2019) Scientists luck upon a new way to make a rainbow Science Magazine
Chemists have stumbled across a new way to separate reflected light into the colors of the rainbow—a phenomenon known as iridescence. The surprisingly .
A new study led by Harvard University is providing new insight into how animals are capable of regeneration.
Monday, March 18, 2019 – The advances in Artificial intelligence (AI) have successfully propagated into the many areas such as computer vision, speech .
Scientists probe cellular hideouts for HIV and show that CRISPR can still cut the AIDS virus from DNA in monkeys.
Scientists find potentially cheap way to turn methanol into ethanol.