In 2015, a 25 year-old South African man named Mandla Maseko will be the first African to go to space. Maseko was chosen through a competition organized by the Axe Apollo Space Academy. He was up against one million international competitors. Maseko and 22 other winners will travel 64 miles into #space.
How information is passed through the nervous system -Neurons carry electrical signals, and are connected by synapses.Neurons. Neurons carry signals from one place to another, around the many parts of the nervous system. They connect sense receptors to the central nervous system and also connect one part of the nervous system to another, for example in the brain and spine. They also carry signals from the nervous system to effector organs, such as muscles and glands.
Smart Pills Will Track #Patients from the Inside Out - Proteus Biomedical, a company based in Redwood City, California, will launch their Helius product, which includes sensor-enabled tablets, to monitor what medication patients are ingesting. #sensors #electronic #technology #information #body #data #healthcare #drug #drugs #monitor #privacy #detection - www.healthcoverag...
"This is the first #image ever of a single molecule showing individual atomic bonds, taken just last year.Notice how the hexagonal arrangement of the atomic structures are similar to the way bees construct their hives, the geometry of the new material graphine, and the Earth-wide hexagonal vortices on the poles of Saturn...?" ~Nassim Haramein afm-atomic-bonds-molecule
Science, technology and society (STS), also referred to as science and technology studies, is the study of how social, political, and cultural values affect scientific research and technological innovation, and how these, in turn, affect society, politics and culture. STS scholars are interested in a variety of problems including the relationships between scientific and technological innovations and society, and the directions and risks of science and technology ...
The Return to Flight Mission of the Indian Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle is facing a delay of several months after last week's launch countdown had to be stopped due to a leak on the launcher's second stage. Reports indicate that repairs could take until December. Indian Space Research Organization
By #Victoria Cavaliere-August 16, 2013 (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Friday acted on new legislation that will make it easier for children and teenagers suffering from serious illnesses to obtain medical marijuana.Christie agreed to sign the so-called pot-for-tots bill if the New Jersey legislature makes changes, including removing wording that would have reduced the number of required physician recommendations for children.