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Why a cancer moonshot is unlikely to find us a cure

By Vinay Prasad, Vinay Prasad, a cancer researcher and assistant professor at Oregon Health and Science University, is co-author of the 2015 book Ending Medical Reversal: Improving Outcomes, Saving Lives. Like many oncologists and cancer ... Washington Post, 1 week ago

'For 1,400 years India led the world in science'

'Indian science was perhaps more rational than the European science of the time.' 'Nobody tried or convicted Aryabhata just because he said Rahu-Ketu is nonsense.' 'Some Indians take the extreme view that everything was known to our ancients, but others go to the opposite extreme and consider everything Indian was superstition and rubbish.' Professor Roddam Narasimha has been closely associated with aerospace technology development in India, at both technical and policy-making levels. Between ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

The man who almost had the Wright stuff

By Kenneth Macdonald BBC Scotland Science Correspondent 15 January 2016 From the section Scotland Image copyright NMS Britain's oldest aeroplane is being restored in Edinburgh by the National Museums of Scotland. The Hawk was the ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

Renovated Chilean vessel begins expedition on southern seas

Karpuj, the first scientific research vessel to be used by Chile's National Antarctic Institute, or Inach, for oceanographic and marine biology studies in the southern seas, has been launched from King George Island, off the coast of Antarctica. ...
 Fox News Latino1 month ago

CINEC VP addresses 29th National Maritime Convention in ...

Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College (CINEC) Vice President (VP) Capt. Nalaka Jayakody represented as the key speaker of the 29th National Convention of Marine Engineers and National Seminar held in Pune, India recently. It was ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago

World needs to do more to protect migratory birds, marine species, scientists say

Most migratory birds and marine species have little protection from threats like overfishing because of poor coordination and management of conservation efforts around the world, according to two studies out Thursday. One study in the journal ...
 FOXNews.com2 months ago World needs to do more to protect...  DailyNews724.com2 months ago

Pharmaceutical residues increasingly interrupt nautical life: A dark tellurian change

Let's forget about a meridian for a minute. Largely dark from open view, another tellurian change is causing augmenting disruption. Residues of medicines in H2O can kill nautical animals and play massacre with their food web and reproductive cycle.
 HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago

NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Stan threaten Australia's Pilbara Coast

EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a service of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. ...
 EurekAlert!1 week ago NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Victor weakening under wind shear  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago NASA sees Corentin reach hurricane strength  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago Tropical Cyclone Ula's winds, rainfall seen by NASA's GPM and RapidScat  EurekAlert!3 weeks ago

Marine Institute to hold fifth annual Nautical Skills Competition

Memorial University of Newfoundland (via noodls) / REF NO.: 50 The Company of Master Mariners of Canada (N.L. Division), in partnership with the Marine Institute (MI), will host its fifth annual Nautical Skills Competition on Saturday, Jan. 30. ...
 Noodls1 week ago

How Drones Could Advance Polar Science and Navigation (Once They Work Out the Kinks)

The sixth in a series of dispatches from freelance writer Brandon Reynolds aboard the USCG icebreaker Polar Star, on its annual resupply mission to the research base, McMurdo Station. It's a critical task imperiled by the nation's aging, shrinking ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago
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