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Nasa SpaceX launch set to usher in new period for human spaceflight

Image copyright SpaceX Image caption The Crew Dragon capsule has gone through an arduous development process American space agency (Nasa) astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will create a piece of history on Wednesday when they launch from the Florida coast.The pair's trip to the International Space Station (ISS) will
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What Are the Well being Advantages of Yerba Mate?

Mate is a traditional South American beverage drink that is brewed from the leaves and stems of the yerba mate plant, a tree that belongs to the holly family. It’s widely consumed in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Brazil, where the mate tree is indigenous. You’ll also find mate as an
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Robert May (1936-2020) and the Way forward for Scientific Analysis

It was a poignant coincidence. On May 11, the evening before Anthony Fauci, longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and public health advisor to eight U.S. presidents, testified remotely to a Senate committee on the dangers of reopening the U.S. economy prematurely, the New York
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Farmers Should Adapt as U.S. Corn Belt Shifts Northward

Farmers have been warned for years that climate change will disrupt growing conditions and crop yields. Pennsylvania State University researchers released findings this week suggesting those changes could come within the lifetimes of many current farmers and that warming could have major implications for the Corn Belt, the heart of
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Meat Mogul Dies Penniless Looking for Sunken Treasure

Originally published in August 1906 Credit: Scientific AmericanAdvertisement “William S. Meade, who is said to have made a fortune of $250,000 in a process discovered by him for the preservation of meat, recently died in a New York lodging house, penniless. After he made his fortune, while on the Pacific
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