Hubble Space Telescope data suggests something strange happening with our universe, NASA says

NASA says something strange is happening with our Universe and how quickly it’s expanding. Scientists have been studying new data from the Hubble Space Telescope. They say the expansion rate has become much quicker compared to the expectations. “You are getting the most precise measure of the expansion rate for the universe from the gold … Read more

Calls for caution as the number of monkeypox cases continues to rise globally – Sky News

Calls for caution as the number of monkeypox cases continues to rise globally  Sky News ‘Urgency’: WHO expects more monkeypox cases globally  Al Jazeera English Monkeypox Outbreak: Should We Be Alarmed?  On Demand News Monkeypox Outbreak Prompts WHO to Explore Sexual Contact Theory: Adviser  Newsweek WHO confirms 80 cases of monkeypox, but how it’s spreading remains a m  CityNews View … Read more

Monkeypox outbreak is "unusual", says infectious disease expert – Sky News

Monkeypox outbreak is “unusual”, says infectious disease expert  Sky News Should I Be Worried About Monkeypox? Top Professor Gives Reassuring Context  Newsweek Scientists baffled by US monkeypox virus outbreak  WISH TV Indianapolis, IN US Surgeon General: Monkeypox virus may be transmissible through sexual contact  KSAT San Antonio Professor discusses rare monkeypox outbreak  WGN News View Full Coverage on Google News

6 things this immunologist does every night to sleep better and boost her immune system

More than two years after the emergence of a pandemic, we’re still struggling with outbreaks of Covid-19 — and that means building and maintaining a strong immune system should be a top priority. As an immunologist and functional medicine doctor, I always remind my patients that while genetics, diet and exercise all play a role … Read more

Why Future Space Farms Depend on Plants Grown in Antarctica

Figuring out how to feed people in space is a major part of a larger effort to demonstrate the viability of long-term human habitation of extraterrestrial environments. On May 12, 2022, a team of scientists announced that they had successfully grown plants using lunar soil gathered during the Apollo moon missions. But this is not … Read more

Boeing crew capsule launches to space station on test redo

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Boeing’s crew capsule rocketed into orbit Thursday on a repeat test flight without astronauts, after years of being grounded by flaws that could have doomed the spacecraft. Only a test dummy was aboard. If the capsule reaches the International Space Station on Friday and everything else goes well, two or … Read more

Oceans reached record heat, acidity in 2021: UN report

A diver inspects transplanted coral near Dibba Port in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, June 15, 2020. Christopher Pike | Reuters Oceans reached their hottest and most acidic levels on record last year, the World Meteorological Organization said Wednesday, marking a major consequence of climate change from human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. The findings were part of … Read more

FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Food and Drug Administration told lawmakers Thursday that a shuttered baby formula factory could be up and running as soon as next week, though he sidestepped questions about whether his agency should have intervened earlier to address problems at the plant that triggered the national shortage. FDA Commissioner … Read more

Vangelis, the Greek ‘Chariots of Fire’ composer, dies at 79

ATHENS, Greece (AP) – Vangelis, the Greek electronic composer who wrote the unforgettable Academy Award-winning score for the film “Chariots of Fire” and music for dozens of other movies, documentaries and TV series, has died at 79. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and other government officials expressed their condolences Thursday. Greek media reported that Vangelis … Read more

Bug Fair Wriggles Into the Natural History Museum – NBC Los Angeles

It’s true that the Natural History Museum’s 36th Bug Fair is buzz, buzz, buzzing our way, and while 36 years is a solid stretch of time, we invited you to consider how long the stars of this event have been around. Is “eons” going overboard? Can we say “almost forever-ish”? What about “hundreds of millions … Read more