At 30 or 40 years old, resume studies to “broaden the field of possibilities”

ISABEL ESPANOL The day Thibault Ponthier is getting married, he knows that guests will come from all over the world and that fellow students from the 2020 Harvard Master of Business Administration (MBA) class will make the trip. The happy event is irrelevant, but the 32-year-old uses this formula to prove that his recent degree … Read more

Hubble Observes Peculiar Arp 86 Galaxy Pair In Preparation For James Webb Studies

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observation shows Arp 86, a peculiar pair of interacting galaxies that lies about 220 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Pegasus. Arp 86 is composed of two galaxies NGC 7752 and NGC 7753 – NGC 7753 is the large spiral galaxy dominating this image, and NGC 7752 is its … Read more

Sarah Ruget, from casino to cybersecurity via poker and studies

Professional paths follow sometimes bumpy, winding, sometimes quiet paths. Reconversions, career breaks, revolution in the working environment… Serial portraits. On October 6, Twitch suffered a massive data breach. A few days later, on October 13, OVHCloud faced a widespread outage. Whether the manager is the clumsy author of a “copy and paste” or a hacker, … Read more

FIFA Studies Postponing Club World Cup Until 2022

The restrictions imposed by Covid-19 in Japan forced him to withdraw from the new candidacy; South Africa withdrew application due to need for vaccination FIFA studies postponing the Club World Cup to early 2022, due to problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic, sources close to planning indicated. Restrictions imposed by COVID-19 forced Japan to desist … Read more

Space Health Institute grants nearly $4 million for studies on protecting the body from damage by reducing metabolism

NASA HEOMD: Space Health Institute grants nearly $4 million for studies on protecting the body from damage by reducing metabolism Status Report From: NASA HQ Posted: Tuesday, August 31, 2021 The Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) at Baylor College of Medicine grants nearly $4 million in awards to four outstanding researcher teams in … Read more

Real Madrid studies making a second offer to PSG for Kylian Mbappé

MADRID – Real Madrid are studying making a second offer to try to convince Paris Saint-Germain to let Kylian Mbappé leave before the market closes, according to various sources informed ESPN. The whites made an initial proposal of 160 million euros on Tuesday afternoon that was almost automatically rejected by the Parisians. Kylian Mbappé, in … Read more

23rd SpaceX commercial resupply mission launches bone, plant, and materials studies to ISS

Shown with their experiment packed for launch, READI FP team members from left to right, Michele Cioffi, program manager; Fabio Peluso, honorary member of MARSCenter scientific committee; Marco Fabio Miceli, system and test engineer; and Pasquale Pellegrino, test engineer from Aerospace Laboratory for Innovative components (ALI) S.C. a r.l. in Italy. Credit: ALI scarl/Marcenter The … Read more

23rd SpaceX commercial resupply mission launches bone, plant, and materials studies to International Space Station

23rd SpaceX commercial resupply mission launches bone, plant, and materials studies to International Space Station Press Release From: Johnson Space Center Posted: Thursday, August 19, 2021 The 23rd SpaceX cargo resupply services mission carrying scientific research and technology demonstrations to the International Space Station is targeted to launch in late August from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Experiments … Read more

NASA studies Methane’s connection to the Food You Eat

« Older: Marsha Blackburn Introduces Amendments To Push Back Against China’s Dominance August 15, 2021 | Washington, D.C. – Today, human sources are responsible for 60% of global methane emissions, coming primarily from the burning of fossil fuels, decomposition in landfills, and the agriculture sector. Nearly a quarter of methane emissions can be attributed to … Read more

Sparked by Star Wars and Cosmos, an SMU scientist studies what goes on underneath surface of planets

Matthew Siegler first got interested in space from watching movies like Star Wars. These works of science fiction convinced him at an early age that scientific advances would inevitably lead to a future where people could walk around on another planet. He dreamed about making space exploration feel as real to others as it felt … Read more