• Billionaire Battle: Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk Square Off on Reusable-Rocket Test

    A reusable-rocket milestone has sparked a mini-squabble between two of the billionaires who are helping transform the private spaceflight industry. On Monday (Nov. 23), Blue Origin — a company established by founder Jeff Bezos —launched a rocket into suborbital space and then brought it…
  • Pharma-Bio Serv to Present at the LD Micro Conference on December 2, 2015

    DORADO, PUERTO RICO / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2015 / Pharma-Bio Serv, Inc. (OTCQB: PBSV), a compliance, project management and technology transfer support consulting firm, that provides services to the ...

  • BBI Life Sciences Corp.: Price momentum supported by strong fundamentals

    BBI Life Sciences Corp. relative valuation is NEUTRAL and it has a fundamental analysis score of 72.Our analysis is based on comparing BBI Life Sciences Corp. with the following peers – Amgen Inc., Shenzhen Neptunus Interlong Bio-Technique Co. Ltd. Class H, Bioptik Technology, Inc. and Macrogen,…

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  • The mammoth agricultural sciences center coming to Research Triangle Park

    Right now, 5 Davis Drive in Research Triangle Park is just a building, housing the Hamner Institute, a center focused on chemical and drug safety research. But the top exec of the company that bought the ...

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    Monkeys in Space

    NASA launches the first mammals into space, but can they bring them back?

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  • 'Gene drive' mosquitoes could end malaria once and for all

    The scourge of malaria could be going away for good in some regions, thanks to a groundbreaking discovery by researchers at the Universities of California, Irvine and San Diego. Their study, published ...

  • Where Is Healthcare's Breakout Data Science Company?

    It’s easier to get someone to click on an ad than to avoid a donut. Even the most compelling user interface may not matter very much once someone steps away from the keyboard, or puts their smartphone back in their pocket.

  • Deadline Up for Turner Field; Georgia State is In Play

    Time's up, well-capitalized visionaries! Put your pencils down and close your books, the city isn't taking any more proposals for would-be changes to Turner Field — probably. The deadline for proposals was Friday, but that doesn't mean all details...

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  • DT Daily: Jeff Bezos lands a rocket

    The battle of space seeking billionaires took an unexpected turn today when Jeff Bezos announced, on twitter, that his Blue Origin spaceflight company successfully landed a spent rocket back on earth. In case you hadn’t heard, that’s what Elon Musk’s been trying, and failing at, for a while now.…

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  • Lonely? You May Be More Likely to Get Sick

    Now, researchers have found one way that loneliness may affect a person’s health: It may trigger cellular changes that might lower a person’s ability to fight viral infections. In a study of 141 older adults, researchers looked at the relationship between loneliness and patterns of gene expression…

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  • With SpaceX, Boeing, NASA Ready to Move Forward With Commercial Crew Missions

    With SpaceX being awarded a commercial crew contract from NASA, the space agency is moving forward with its plan to charter its own flights to the ISS.

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  • Brazil mills boost sugar hedging; higher output seen - analyst

    Brazil mills sharply increased their sugar hedging for the new center-south cane crop compared to the same period last year, locking in positive margins in expectation of higher sugar production in the new season, according to independent sugar and ethanol consultant JOB Economia. Brazil's main…

  • Move over SpaceX and Blue Origin: The first reusable rockets flew in the 1960s

    Tuesday, Nov. 23 marked an important moment in history for Jeff Bezos' private space company Blue...

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  • Agribusiness Gets Less Hands-on and More High-Tech

    Silicon Valley’s appetite for agricultural and food-related startups doubled in terms of deal size from 2013 to 2014.

  • Carbon Falling, Economies Rising: Expectations for the Paris Climate Summit (Op-Ed)?

    Lynn Scarlett is the global managing director for public policy at The Nature Conservancy. Recently, she served as the deputy secretary and chief operating officer of the U.S. Department of the Interior and acting secretary of the Interior in 2006 during the George W. Bush administration.
  • Scientists create mosquito strain with malaria-blocking genes

    By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists aiming to take the bite out of malaria have produced a strain of mosquitoes carrying genes that block its transmission, with the idea that they could breed with other members of their species in the wild and produce offspring that cannot spread the…

  • Rice University chemists harness light to power fast, single-molecule submarine

    The now-classic science fiction movie Fantastic Voyage is becoming more like science and less like fiction thanks to the work of Rice University chemist James Tour. Scientists led by Tour at the university are making progress toward a nanoscale submersible vehicle that potentially could be used for…

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  • Sleeping Giants

    In 2005, the U.S. Olympic Committee, in consultation with sleep expert Mark Rosekind, upgraded the rooms at its Colorado Springs training center. The renovation consisted of better mattresses, blackout curtains, and encouragement for the athletes to aim for nine or ten hours of sleep. And many have…

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