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NASA executive JoAnn Morgan paved the way for women in the US space program

On July 16, 1969, NASA’s gigantic Saturn V rocket blasted off from Launch Complex 39A, at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. A single woman...

NASA announces first fruit it will grow on the space station

The first fruit that comes to mind for most people is likely something along the lines of a strawberry, blueberry, banana, or even watermelon....

5 couples consent to CRISPR editing to prevent deafness

Russian biologist Denis Rebrikov has located five deaf couples who want to use CRISPR gene editing to ensure that their babies will have the...

New Ebola vaccine is showing promising results amid tests in the Congo

After a 2014 Ebola scare on U.S. soil, more people are paying attention to the deadly disease than ever. That includes leading drug manufacturer...

New ‘Chameleon Theory’ provides insight into dark energy, galaxy formation

The reconciliation of gravity with our increasing understanding of how the universe works has long been problematic. While Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity–developed...

SpaceX is plotting first commercial Starship launch for 2021

SpaceX is planning to launch its first commercial mission for its Starship rocket (formerly dubbed BFR, or “Big Falcon Rocket”) by 2021, according to...

Explore space connections across the country via NASA’s new interactive map

NASA released a new interactive map called “NASA in the 50 States” to celebrate the Fourth of July. The space agency posted the entertaining...

Researchers use common cold virus to kill cancer

A team of U.K. researchers from the University of Surrey and Royal Surrey County Hospital used a common cold virus to treat 15 patients...

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Ford and Stellantis recently warned that the global chip shortage could persist into 2022. The automakers also revealed how the...

SK Hynix improves Q1 operating profit by 66 percent due to consumer products demand

SK Hynix grew its first-quarter operating profit by 66 percent year-over-year thanks to strong demand for new PCs and...

Apple expects semiconductor shortage to cut Q2 revenue by up to $4 billion

Apple reported that its revenue expanded by 54 percent year-over-year during the fiscal second quarter recently. That income spike,...

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