Science

Ellen Ochoa, the first astronaut with Latin origin in space leaves Johnson Space Center

Ellen Ochoa the first astronaut with Latin origin in space leaves Johnson Space Center

Nellie Frank

The retirement of Ellen Ochoa, the first Latina who was in space, leves many questions of equality and inclusion opened.

Scientists explain the origin of the life on Earth

Scientists explain the origin of the life on Earth

Clifton Ray

The new study says that the first life that has appeared on Earth was just a replica of itself. The team from Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology has made a demo version of RNA that explains how life on our planet could replicate itself.

The football field sized asteroid passed by Earth on Tuesday

The football field sized asteroid passed by Earth on Tuesday

Adrian Mccoy

According to NASA specialists, this asteroid will be the closest one that rushed by Earth in the next 200 years. Space agency noted that while asteroid 2010 WC9 was seen from our planet, it kept a safe distance with its atmosphere.

Carbon dioxide is on the rise again

Carbon dioxide is on the rise again

Ellis Scott

The level of CO2 in our atmosphere reaches a new high. According to the latest data, the new threshold that was passed by toxic gas is equal to the 410 parts for a million. It is an average number registered this April at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii. In the 2017 year scientists ...

NASA has found shifts in world freshwater

NASA has found shifts in world freshwater

Hazel Jackson

During Climate and Gravity Recovery Experiment, NASA has noted changes in the water system of the whole world.

Looking at double star CS Cha researchers found toddler planet in 600 light-years from Earth

Looking at double star CS Cha researchers found toddler planet in 600 light-years from Earth

Maria Brooks

Astronomers at Leiden University, Netherlands, headed by Christian Ginski, were looking at a young double star called CS Cha, and have found a newly formed planet, still growing. It is 600 light years away from our planet Earth and situated in Chameleon constellation in the southern hemisphere.

New theory on octopuses alien origin

New theory on octopuses alien origin

Henry Gaston

Don’t you think that octopuses look a little bit weird and even scary? Not many of us will want to meet this creature during peaceful swimming lessons, for example.

Sunscreen ban on the island of Bonaire

Sunscreen ban on the island of Bonaire

Jacob Falcon

Another tropical resort followed the trend and reveal sunscreen ban. It all started with Hawaii. Only a few weeks earlier the state has officially banned sunscreens which can make harm to coral reefs.

Health

Sunburn remedy from your refrigerator

Sunburn remedy from your refrigerator

Louis Casey

It is hiding in our fridge and usually, we don’t know about this treatment, while it costs almost nothing.

How can allergies change with age?

How can allergies change with age?

Marie Mckinney

A lot of people ask their doctors why their allergies are changing with age. Appears, young children and elderly people don’t have the same allergies.

Eyebrow microblading led to hospitalization

Eyebrow microblading led to hospitalization

Adrian Erickson

Microblading of eyebrows is completely new and possibly very popular beauty trend this year. Meanwhile, doctors warn their patients not to follow everything celebrities recommend.

Genes that tied to depression

Genes that tied to depression

Adrian Mccoy

According to the new study, there are dozens of “depression genes” in our body. Scientists have found genes that can increase depression risks. This new study shows how complex is this disease, and how difficult may be the general solution for everyone.

Can light at night affect children health?

Can light at night affect children health?

Clifton Ray

According to the previous study, it can mess with circadian rhythms in children’s body. However, there may be even more dangerous risks to health.

Dark chocolate helps with the vision

Dark chocolate helps with the vision

Dolores Ford

The recent study shows that chocolate can be linked to good vision. Not all kinds of chocolate. Only dark one can improve eyesight, according to the US researchers.

Five habits that help you to live longer

Five habits that help you to live longer

Ellis Scott

These simple habits, according to the new study, will help people to add more years to their lives. The study says that these habits can extend your life to 10 years and more. So, what do we need to do?

Researchers from Jackson are fighting with Alzheimer in the first line

Researchers from Jackson are fighting with Alzheimer in the first line

Hazel Jackson

In Jackson, at the Brain Chemistry Labs scientists are exploring the link between over century-old Antarctic samples of algae bloom and Lou Gehrig’s and Alzheimer diseases.

Business

Xerox breaks possible deal with Fujifilm

Xerox breaks possible deal with Fujifilm

Linda Rogers

Xerox recently broke a deal on 6.1 billion dollars with Fujifilm in the victory for active investors Carl Ichan and Darwin Deason, who gives control on American Photocopier Corporation to the new specialists.

Asian shares retreat after soft data from China

Asian shares retreat after soft data from China

Jacob Falcon

This Tuesday Asian shares arose, cutting down its former strict lead at the Wall Street, after investors have finally recovered from weak economic data in China.

Clean Energy Regulator says that Australia will meet its 2020 target on renewable energy

Clean Energy Regulator says that Australia will meet its 2020 target on renewable energy

Adrian Mccoy

Clean Energy Regulator or CER confirms that there are more than enough projects that have been completed or will be completed in the nearest future to meet the goal of 2020 RET in Australia.

Prices on gas went to its highest in three years

Prices on gas went to its highest in three years

Clifton Ray

It is not a secret that prices on gas are high. Even more, it continues to rise, reaching the highest level for the last three years.

Two hundred apps suspended by Facebook due to the data misuse

Two hundred apps suspended by Facebook due to the data misuse

Darrin Black

Facebook is currently working on improvements for its safety and avoiding new scandals. They started to check apps and already suspended 200 apps while the investigation is going.

Walmart buys Flipkart with special warnings

Walmart buys Flipkart with special warnings

Dolores Ford

Only last week, one of the biggest retailers Walmart announced their attention to buy Flipkart Group, e-commerce company from India for 16 billion dollars. They will own 77 percent of the company once the deal will be signed.

CEO of AirAsia apologizes for support to ex Prime Minister of Malaysia

CEO of AirAsia apologizes for support to ex Prime Minister of Malaysia

Ellis Scott

AirAsia is the biggest airline in Malaysia. Its leader Tony Fernandes has recently published a video with an apology for aggressive support of Najib Razak, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Engineering Chiefs leave Tesla

Engineering Chiefs leave Tesla

Hazel Jackson

Tesla Company is left without two executives, right after revealed their plan for increasing production of the vehicle for mass market.