Category Archives: Science

Hyperloop One Picks 11 Proposed US Routes, Completes Test Track

Following a competition that attracted 2,600 entries, U.S.-based Hyperloop One has selected 11 teams to compete, along with 24 previously selected groups, for three partner positions in the engineering &…

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Jeff Bezos plans to get millions of people to space — and he’s selling $1 billion a year of Amazon stock to do it

Jeff Bezos wants to see the space industry expand to the scale of today’s internet industry, creating a “completely new world.” And he’s spending quite a bit to make it…

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Here’s How You Can Get Paid $16,000 to Lie in Bed All Day

Does your dream job entail never leaving your bed? French researchers can make that happen. A team of scientists in Europe is looking for 10 volunteers to take part in…

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Former Google Vice President Starts a Company Promising Clean and Safe Nuclear Energy

Hi folks, it’s Brad with the latest edition of the Fully Charged newsletter (sign up here). Last week was a rather grim one for Silicon Valley’s fervent community of environmentalists & clean energy…

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MC Services Announces Appointment of Long-Time Science Journalist, Susanne Kutter, to Life Sciences Team

DGAP-News: MC Services AG / Key word(s): Change of Personnel04.04.2017 / 13:37 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Press ReleaseApril 4, 2017 MC Services Announces…

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Here’s What U.S. Farmers Will Plant More (and Less) of in 2017

In Kansas, they’re swapping corn for soybeans. In North Dakota, it’s wheat that farmers are ditching in favor of the oilseed. Those are some of insights from the U.S. Department…

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Corporate Scientists Go to Washington

On Earth Day-Saturday, April 22-employees from DSM, an $8 billion Dutch nutrition & materials firm, will hit the streets of Washington, D.C. (among other cities around the world), to celebrate…

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