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Science Committee Requests DOT Transparency in Rail Safety Efforts (US House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology)

Public Technologies 31 May 2023
) Science Committee Requests DOT Transparency in Rail Safety Efforts ... (Washington, DC) - Today, House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Members sent a letter to ... https.//

First Lady Sarah Stitt taking science of hope's Xs and Os to coaches

Tulsa World 31 May 2023
Stitt's Hope Rising Oklahoma Foundation is rolling out its Hope-Centered Coaching initiative this summer, with a free one-day seminar on July 18 at the University of Tulsa's Great Hall ... .

GCU to set up Dr Nazir Institute of Biological Sciences

The News International 31 May 2023
LAHORE.Government College University (GCU) Lahore has announced the establishment of Dr Nazir Ahmed Institute of Biological Sciences, dedicated to fostering excellence in the fields of Zoology, Botany, and Fisheries.

UCC’s Prof David Teye Doku named best Social Sciences and Humanities Scientist in Ghana

Joy Online 31 May 2023
David Teye Doku, has been featured by as the best Social Sciences and Humanities Scientist in Ghana ...’s best researchers ranking is a credible account of leading researchers from the area of Social Sciences and Humanities, based on a thorough analysis of 166,880 researchers discovered from multiple bibliometric data sources.

Eighth-Generation Physician Blends Science and Art to Provide Whole-Person Care (Adventist Health System Sunbelt Healthcare Corporation)

Public Technologies 31 May 2023
Puxiao Cen, MD, is an AdventHealth cardiologist and eighth-generation physician who blends science and art with Chinese culture into her medical practice, creating a unique whole-person experience ... The art, science and culture combination allows Dr ... "Science and studying ...

SpaceX and Axiom's crew is returning home from the ISS tonight. Here's what to know.

Daytona Beach News-Journal 31 May 2023
After helping complete dozens of science experiments on the International Space Station over the last week, Axiom's latest team of four astronauts is set to splash down near Florida late Tuesday. Here's what you need to know about the Ax-2 mission.. The crew of four is commanded by former NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson ... Axiom launch ... ....

Sacklers Can Be Shielded From Opioid Liability, Appeals Court Rules

New York Times 31 May 2023
The decision gives the Purdue Pharma owners long-sought protection, but it will release billions of dollars from their fortune to states and communities to help cope with the costs of addiction ... .

Why Hugo donated blood to save the life of a fellow feline

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 31 May 2023
Blood donations save the lives of others during emergencies and also help people facing serious illness. It's the same for our pets too – and more cat blood donors are needed ... .

Where Has All the QA Gone?

Bitchute 31 May 2023
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Operation to Empty Decaying Oil Tanker Set to Begin in Yemen, UN Says

Voa News 31 May 2023
Operations to salvage 1.1 million barrels of oil from a decaying tanker moored off Yemen's coast will soon begin after a technical support ship arrived on site on Tuesday, the United Nations said. U.N ... Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen David Gressley said on Twitter from on board the Ndeavor ... The U.N ... The U.N ... has said ... .

The Man Who Drank Radioactive Juice Until His Bones Crumbled And His Jaw Came Off

IFL Science 31 May 2023
In the early 20th Century, consuming radioactive materials or otherwise smearing them on your skin was all the rage. On March 1, 1896, French physicist Henri Becquerel discovered the radioactive properties of uranium ... (Spoiler alert, it did not). Advertisement. One such product became a favorite of American sportsman and socialite Eben Byers ... Radithor ... .

mRNA technology for vaccines and more: An Ars Frontiers recap

Ars Technica 31 May 2023
What Does mRNA Technology Mean for Disease Treatment?" (credit. Ars Technica). The world of biomedicine has developed a lot of technology that seems a small step removed from science fiction, but the public isn't aware of much of it ... Read 9 remaining paragraphs . Comments .

Beating the heat: These plant-based iridescent films stay cool in the sun

Ars Technica 31 May 2023
/ A colorful, textured bi-layer film made from plant-based materials cools down when it’s in the sun. (credit. Qingchen Shen). Summer is almost here, bringing higher temperatures and prompting many of us to crank up the air conditioning on particularly hot days ... Hence, there is strong interest in coming up with eco-friendly alternatives ... Comments .

Honda’s electric go-karts pack a race car’s spirit into a tiny EV

Popular Science 31 May 2023
Honda's eGX go-kart. Kristin Shaw. At first glance, race cars and electric go-karts have nothing in common except for a vaguely similar shape. Both are open-cockpit vehicles with wide wheels, and they both thrive on sharp turns—and that appears to be it ... Only two manufacturers make IndyCar engines, and Honda is one of them ... Here’s what we learned ... ....

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