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Renewable energy: Benefits, types, and the future

Non-renewable sources of energy like oil, gas, and coal appear to be dwindling at a rapid pace, although ​new sources are sometimes discovered. At the same time there has been a global shift toward renewable energy. For instance, in...

New research shows increase in pharmaceuticals polluting our waters

A team led by researchers from Radboud University in The Netherlands has reported that concentrations of pharmaceuticals in freshwater sources around the world are higher than ever.In a new paper published in...

People don’t like robots that are better than them

Robots are designed to be faster than humans. We build them, in part, to make our lives easier and improve efficiency in industries from manufacturing to health care. But new research led by Cornell University and soon to appear...

Can telehealth be convenient and compassionate?

By now we all know that earlier this month a man in California was informed he was dying via a robot. Early headlines had people (at least the ones who only read headlines) thinking that a robotic doctor rolled...

NASA confirms first all-female spacewalk later this month

NASA has confirmed to CNN that if all goes as planned, the first all-female spacewalk in history will take place on March 29th from the International Space Station.Our first hint that at the momentous occasion was a Tweet from...

Is the new “ketamine nasal spray” for depression worth the headline hype?

First of all, let's get something straight: patients are not getting a prescription to spray ketamine up their noses.Ketamine is a controlled substance used as an anesthetic, most commonly on animals. It's also been injected, mixed in drinks, snorted,...

Creating a global plan to manage space traffic

Jamie Morin, the executive director of the Center for Space Policy and Strategy at The Aerospace Corporation, has laid out guidelines for managing space traffic in the latest issue of the journal Nature.We know that there are over half...

Is the NIH trying to discourage collaboration between U.S. and Chinese researchers?

According to a report in the journal Science, Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, sent a letter to 10,000 U.S.-based research institutions last summer stating his concern over "threats to the integrity of U.S. biomedical...

First commercially built and operated American spacecraft docks at ISS

After months of delays, the SpaceX Crew Dragon launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on March 2nd at 2:49 a.m. EST. This marks the first time in history that a commercially built and operated American spacecraft and...

You can’t catch up on lost sleep, new study says

Many of us look to the weekends or vacations days to catch up on lost sleep. And while it may feel nice to get in those extra hours and not have to worry about your alarm going off, a...

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How to sync Google Drive with OneDrive

Nowadays, cloud storage is becoming more and more popular as a means of storing and backing up...

Apple TV+ is just $4.99 per month, free first year with new Apple products

The Apple Event 2019 took place on September 10th, 2019, in Cupertino, California. The event highlighted various upcoming releases by Apple, and one...

Everything you need to know about iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max

Apple has announced iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The announcement was made at Apple Event held...

Apple announces iPad 7th gen with Apple Pencil and keyboard support

The new Apple iPad 7 contains a 10.2-inch Retina display, compatibility with Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, offers great multitasking and creative power thanks to iPadOS.

Apple Event 2019: All announcements that matter

The most awaited event of the year took place yesterday, on September 10, 2019, at Apple's Spaceship campus in Cupertino, California....