Mary Kay Inc. recently investigated the benefits of a botanical leaf extract when included in nutritional drinks containing protein, fat, and fiber.
NASA and DARPA Will Test Nuclear Engine for Future Mars Missions
NASA and DARPA’s nuclear thermal propulsion technology could be used for future NASA crewed missions to Mars.
IntraOp and Vanderbilt University Medical Center Announce First Patient Treated for Pancreatic Cancer Using Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy With Electrons
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is the only hospital in the state with this first-of-its-kind technology and the only Center of Excellence for pancreatic cancer as designated by the National Pancreas Foundation.
Rivian and Clearloop Host Event to Celebrate New EV Charging Site
This event follows Rivian and Clearloop’s previously announced partnership to support the development of one megawatt (MW) of the Paris Solar Farm project.
Inaugural Zayed Sustainability Prize Forum Highlights Need for Inclusive, Unified Climate Action to Build Resilient Communities
The Zayed Sustainability Prize is the UAE’s pioneering global award in sustainability and a tribute to the legacy of the late founding father of the UAE.
Orion Manikins Return from Artemis I Mission
Two manikins undergo post-flight payload inspections inside the Space Station Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida
A Skeptic’s Epic Takedown of Elon Musk – Part 2: Ten Myths That Made Musk Uberwealthy, Admired, and Famous
Read our exclusive interview with Common Sense Skeptic; 10 Questions to Help You Understand the Real Elon Musk. The CSS Youtube channel is dedicated to help people find the truth behind hypes.
Stratospheric Balloons Startup World View to Go Public via SPAC Deal
World View and Leo Holdings Corp have entered into a definitive merger agreement to create a public company focused on stratospheric exploration and flight.
Breakthrough CRISPR Technology Study Published in Nature
The research paper, titled “Cas12a2 elicits abortive infection via RNA-triggered destruction of dsDNA,” discusses the discovery of a new enzymatic capability for CRISPR systems
Artemis III: NASA’s First Human Mission to the Lunar South Pole
Following two Artemis test missions, Artemis III, currently planned for 2025, will mark humanity’s first return to the lunar surface in more than 50 years. NASA will make history by sending the first humans to explore the region near the lunar South Pole.