X Prize Relaunches The Private Moon Race Without Google’s Sponsorship

Google terminated its decade-long sponsorship of the Google Lunar X Prize a while ago, but the private race to the moon is back on without its help. Google Lunar X Prize was... Read more »

The World’s First Space Hotel Is Set For Launch In 2021

If you’re searching for an out-of-this-world experience, we have the perfect thing for you. Yesterday, on April 5, at the Space 2.0 Summit in San Jose, California, Orion Span revealed the world’s... Read more »

B.C. Nurse Practitioners Are Allowed To Prescribe Opioid Substitutes To Drug Addicts

Nurse practitioners in British Columbia are now able to prescribe substitute medication for opioids to people who are experiencing drug addition. Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, stated that there... Read more »

China’s Plans Include A New Standalone Space Station After Tiangong-1’s Fall

According to Beijing’s state media, China doesn’t give up its space development plans after the recent crash of Tiangong-1 space station. The prototype fell out of orbit and burned up in the... Read more »

The Chinese Space Station Plunges Through The Earth’s Atmosphere Into The Pacific Ocean

Tiangong 1, the Chinese Space Station finally plunged through the Earth’s atmosphere into the Pacific Ocean at exactly 5:16 p.m. Pacific time on Sunday, April 1st. The space station was the size... Read more »
NASA Is Considering Robo-Bees To Explore The Red Planet

NASA Is Considering Robo-Bees To Explore The Red Planet

  Robotic bees and their benefits are an active area of interest and research here on Earth. But, NASA approved a new project that suggests their work may not be limited only... Read more »

The more boats there are, the fewer fish species, according to Victoria researchers

The activities of offshore vessels as well as marinas and ferry terminals are detrimental to fish diversity in the Pacific coast’s seagrass beds, say researchers at the University of Victoria. The latter... Read more »

The Aboriginal Women’s Survey team is resuming despite a wave of resignations

Following the concerns raised by the wave of resignations on the team of the National Survey of Missing and Deported Aboriginal Women and Girls (ENFFADA), Michèle Audette, one of the five commissioners,... Read more »
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Jacqueline Kent Cooke Accused of Hate Crime

Jacqueline Kent Cooke accused of hate crime It is being reported that the daughter of former Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke, Jacqueline Kent Cooke is being investigated by police for a... Read more »
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Keaton Jones: Is His Mom In It For The Money?

Keaton Jones’ mother denies posting video to make money off her son Keaton Jones is a Tennessee native who the world now knows about thanks to his bravery in confronting his bullies... Read more »