Parkland: Dwyane Wade & More Honor Victims On 1-Year Anniversary Of School Shooting

One year ago today, one of the most horrific tragedies to face the United States occurred when 17 students and faculty members were killed in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen more were injured, and the entire community (and country) was devastated by the senseless tragedy. In those 12 months, […]

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A Tantalum Bullet For Asteroid Research

This week, Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft made contact with the asteroid Ryugu. Plans call for the lander to fire a bullet made of tantalum into the asteroid’s gravelly surface, in hopes of blasting off dust and fragments that could be collected in a sample container for a later return to Earth. Ryan Mandelbaum, science writer at Gizmodo, joins […]

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Breathing Through Your Nose Helps You Remember Better

Take a deep breath in. With one single inhalation, the human nose takes in a bunch of information about your environment. And unlike vision and hearing, that information goes straight to the limbic system, the part of the brain that controls emotion and memory. Recent studies suggest that rhythmic breathing through the nose (as opposed […]

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Webinar: Anti-Corruption Compliance in Pharma and Medical Device Industries

FCPA enforcement against drug and device companies continues at a robust rate. Given the high-risk nature of pharmaceutical and medical device industries and significant interactions with foreign government officials, drug and device companies face a number of challenges in designing and implementing effective anti-corruption compliance programs.  Join Michael Volkov, CEO at The Volkov Law Group, […]

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Partnerships Spur Industry for Flourishing Space Commerce

Throughout NASA’s history, the agency has worked with industry and academia to explore and utilize the space frontier. Contractors built rockets, satellites and spacecraft. Colleges and universities have worked with NASA scientists and engineers to develop technology to support investigations leading to discoveries. As the 30-year Space Shuttle Program was drawing to a close, NASA again began […]

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YouTube TV Hits Screens Across Most of the US

YouTube TV will be rolling out to an additional 95 markets in the United States, almost doubling its coverage, YouTube announced Wednesday. The streaming video service already covers the top 100 markets in the country, and the expansion will enable it to reach more than 98 percent of households in the U.S., YouTube said. The […]

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Home Insurance Plans

Home is where the heart is. We keep returning to our beloved house every time we step out. We have our sentiments attached to it as each corner treasures special memories with our loved ones. It takes a lot of time and money to build a home, just like we’ve dreamt off. With such a […]

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