Category: SCIENCE

NASA celebrates Asian-American, Pacific Island Heritage Month
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NASA celebrates Asian-American, Pacific Island Heritage Month

WASHINGTON: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has already handed over a number of capable scientists to the world in the belief of uniting the workforce, which includes employees from diverse backgrounds. And the month of May is dedicated by NASA to celebrating the contribution of these amazing employees. This May, to celebrate past […]

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ISRO will launch a data relay satellite to track Gignian
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ISRO will launch a data relay satellite to track Gignian

New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch a data relay satellite that will help keep in touch with the Gagan Gyan mission after launch, sources said. The satellite will be launched before the last leg of the Gagnan mission, which will send astronauts to the Lower Earth Orbit (LEO). The first leg […]

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Survivors not safe from re-infection: Lancet
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Survivors not safe from re-infection: Lancet

New York: If you’re planning on avoiding drops just because you’ve survived a coward, think twice. According to a new study, young people can re-catch the virus despite the pre-Covid 19 infection and still spread it to others. Even after previous infections and the presence of antibodies, vaccination is necessary to boost the immune response, […]

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Which animal could pass Coved 19 in humans?
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Which animal could pass Coved 19 in humans?

Paris: First it was a snake, and then there was the endangered pangolin before the badgers were put in the cage. Scientists have examined Noah’s ark to find out – and how – the corona virus was transmitted from bats to humans, the original suspect of which changed from one study to another. Cats, dogs, […]

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Microplastics in sewage, ‘confinement’ for drug-resistant bacteria: study
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Microplastics in sewage, ‘confinement’ for drug-resistant bacteria: study

New York: Microplastic particles can become a “hub” for the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and pathogens once they enter household sewers and sewage treatment plants. According to scientists, including those from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in the United States, these plastic particles less than five millimeters long, called microplastics, have the ability […]

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NASA is ready to fly a mini helicopter on Mars
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NASA is ready to fly a mini helicopter on Mars

WASHINGTON: First, on Mars, the Surveillance Rover has deployed a mini-helicopter called Angionti, which will fly and search for the Red Planet. After the debris shield falls, Stability will spend the next few days on Mars after the Ease Flight Zone. “The wreckage shield goes away, and here’s our first look at the helicopter. It’s […]

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The study indicates hearing loss, which is strongly associated with Code 19
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The study indicates hearing loss, which is strongly associated with Code 19

WASHINGTON: Hearing loss and other hearing problems are strongly linked to covid 19, according to a new study. The findings were published in the International Journal of Audiology. The study was led by scientists from the University of Manchester and the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Center (BRC). Professor Kevin Monroe and PhD researcher Ibrahim Al-Moufarij […]

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Researchers have found that supplements may protect those with vitamin D levels lower than Covid-19.
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Researchers have found that supplements may protect those with vitamin D levels lower than Covid-19.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Patients with low vitamin D levels who are hospitalized in Kovid-19 may have a lower risk of dying or needing mechanical ventilation, according to a study presented in the Endocrine Society’s annual practice. Meeting The findings were published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. “Given how common vitamin […]

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