Favorite Rocket launches, legos, and net neutrality… sounds like an exciting time for the digital world. Here is a quick overview of what went down this week: Falcon 9 — Rocket Launch Yesterday, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 landed “nicely vertical” within 10 meters of its intended target in the ocean.
Favorite Late last November, President Obama decided to take some definitive steps to address immigration in response to a lack of a bill being passed. Through executive action, Obama sought to provide more resources to law enforcement personnel at the southern border, simplify the process for
Favorite Although luxury goods had been thriving in Asia in recent years, it seems that Prada, the luxury Italian group, is feeling the effects of a slowdown. 2014 sales fell overall by 1% to 3.552 billion euros, slightly underperforming Bernstein analyst Mario Oretlli’s 3.566 billion euro
Favorite 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of Singapore’s independence from the Malayan Federation in 1965 and Britain two years prior. However, the poor health of Lee Kuan Yew, considered the father of modern Singapore, puts a damper on the celebrations to come. From 1959, Lee Kuan Yew ruled for
Favorite Diabetes and Heart Disease are now showing a stronger link than ever. Studies have shown that 2/3 of people with diabetes eventually die of heart disease or stroke. This is because diabetes can cause chronic inflammation (a response from your immune system like the response to an
Favorite A new planet? That’s right. Apparently, we’ve been ignoring Ceres (pronounced as series), a planet located between Mars and Jupiter, even though it was discovered over 100 years before Pluto in 1801. However, don’t add it to your solar system diorama just yet, it turns out that it is
Favorite For years now, the United States has been trying to prevent Iran from developing and producing nuclear weapons. This has led to sanctions since 2012 that excludes Iranian nationals from studying at American universities if they intend to work in the science and nuclear fields. While