US Shutdown To Add To The Farmers Woes

US Shutdown To Add To The Farmers Woes

The US government’s partial shutdown could lead to several problems for the nation’s soybean farmers as they will not receive relief payments which were promised by government for trade aid. The shutdown began this week due to the congress’s decision to not approve President Trump’s idea of building a wall along nation’s southern border to […]

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Sustainable Plastics Developed By Using Sea-Weed Eating Microbes

Sustainable Plastics Developed By Using Sea-Weed Eating Microbes

Biodegradable plastics are being developed by researchers obtained from microorganisms that nourish on sea-weed. And more importantly, it generates zero toxic waste as well as can be reprocessed into organic waste. As per the UN, plastic reports for up to 90% of all the contaminants in our oceans, still there are few equivalents, environmentally friendly […]

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NASA Cosmonauts Will Still Use Russian Rockets To Reach The ISS

NASA Cosmonauts Will Still Use Russian Rockets To Reach The ISS

NASA might continue to use the Russian Soyuz to fly its astronauts. Bill Gerstenmaier, who is the associate administrator for human exploration and operations for NASA, and senior NASA leadership in a statement told that their intention is to have U.S. astronauts on the Russian Soyuz vehicles and Russian astronauts on U.S. crew vehicles after […]

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Global Economic Growth Dampens All Over The World

Global Economic Growth Dampens All Over The World

Economic growth all over the world which was booming till now is experiencing a sharp decline. The situation is quite contradicting to the one which was a year before. Since the year 2010, economic growth all over the globe was improving at its best pace. It was expected that it would perform even better in […]

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Dow Climbs To 1,050 Points Of All Time, While Bitcoin Collapses

Dow Climbs To 1,050 Points Of All Time, While Bitcoin Collapses

The US stock market may be in a situation of desperation over performance at the beginning of the year, but do not call it a recession yet. Supported by strong retail and energy indices, the Dow Jones and S & P 500 each recorded a dramatic increase after Christmas, even as the bitcoin price fell […]

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Commerce Departments Encourages Institutional Investment In Space

Commerce Departments Encourages Institutional Investment In Space

The Commerce Department is putting an endeavor to boost the institutional investment in the space industry even when the capital investment ventures in the space companies are growing exponentially. Wilbur Ross, the Commerce Secretary stated in one of his speeches held at the US Chamber of Commerce that it is crucial to enhancing the insurance […]

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China Steps On The Roadmap Of Satellite Internet Services

China Steps On The Roadmap Of Satellite Internet Services

In an attempt to provide a reliable internet service for the consumers, China has planned to provide the internet service using the satellites which can be accessed easily in the remote areas as well. Stepping on the roadmap of providing the satellite internet service, it has fired those satellite into the lower orbit of the […]

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Brain Activity Said To Be Predictive Of Pain-Associated Fear

Brain Activity Said To Be Predictive Of Pain-Associated Fear

Scientists used the machine learning technique that might potentially decode patterns of activity in fear-processing brain areas into scores on questionnaires. These questionnaires were used to evaluate a patient’s fear of pain. The details on the latest neuroscientific method are available in the journal eNeuro. This method may assist reconcile self-stated emotions and their neural […]

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Gatwick Airport Reopens after Disruptions caused by Drones

Gatwick Airport Reopens after Disruptions caused by Drones

Thousands were stranded at the Gatwick Airport in U.K for about 24 hours. The runway is scheduled to be reopened again on Friday and a limited number of flights may resume flights again. A spokesperson from the government has condemned the drone disruption stating that they were “irresponsible acts that were unacceptable”. Mysterious drones were […]

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