In a first, astronaut with blood clot treated by doctors on Earth

Scientists have reported the first ever case of a medical risk in space — a blood clot formation in the internal jugular vein of an astronaut onboard the International Space Station (ISS)....

Sky TV has ‘pushed back’ one of its most anticipated updates

Sky Q viewers who were hoping to see HDR (High Dynamic Range) support roll-out to the award-winning set-top box will be disappointed. Despite first confirming plans to support the picture quality back in...

Clubs and Events: 1.5.20 – Entertainment & Life – Times Record

Clubs and Events: 1.5.20 - Entertainment & Life  Times Record READ SOURCE

The Observer view on space exploration and the perils facing Earth | Opinion

We begin a new decade swamped by visions of our planet in peril. Australia is in flames; Greenland and Antarctic ice shelves are crumbling; thousands of species face extinction, and millions of humans...

University of Agricultural Sciences to host Women Science and Science Communicators Congress today –...

University of Agricultural Sciences to host Women Science and Science Communicators Congress today  All India Radio READ SOURCE

Robotics competition offers gateway to STEM for Calgary high schoolers

Front L-R, Zoof Abdurashidov from Team 5015 and Cool Kornak from Team 4334 are part of First Robotics Competition (FRC) for students in grades 9 to 12. Darren Makowichuk / Postmedia Students from high...

Irish technology firms are keen to listen and learn – The Times

Irish technology firms are keen to listen and learn  The Times READ SOURCE

Asteroid alert: NASA tracks a hazardous 1,800FT rock on Earth approach | Science |...

NASA said: “Potentially hazardous asteroids are about 150 meters – almost 500ft – or larger, roughly twice as big as the Statue of Liberty is tall.”The space agency added: “Potentially hazardous comets also...

Archaeology breakthrough: Researchers crack the secrets of Native American astronomy

ARCHAEOLOGISTS studying the wall carvings of Native American communities in Castle Rock Pueblo have discovered astonishing astronomical practices dating back 800 years. READ SOURCE

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