Boeing is making a third attempt to launch its Starliner capsule to the International Space Station

The capsule, called Starliner, is scheduled to launch at 6:54 p.m. ET Thursday from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. If all goes well, the Atlas V rocket will thrust the capsule into orbit, after which it detaches and spends about 24 hours flying freely through orbit before arriving at the International Space Station … Read more

A new fundamental law that unlocks the limitations of fusion energy

Illustration of cloud-like ionized plasma in the ITER tokamak fusion reactor. credit: ITER Physicists at EPFL, in a major European collaboration, have revised one of the fundamental laws that has been established[{” attribute=””>plasma and fusion research for over three decades, even governing the design of megaprojects like ITER. The update demonstrates that we can actually … Read more

How machine learning helps patients diagnosed with the most common childhood cancer

Two young girls with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) receiving chemotherapy. Credit: National Cancer Institute A new program developed by Peter Mac and his collaborators helps patients diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) identify their subtype. ALL is the most common type of childhood cancer in the world, and it also affects adults. Thirty to forty … Read more

The best sci-fi games that let you control different planets

Whether it’s about building an empire or just getting boots on the ground to enjoy a fantastical and beautiful array of worlds in space, in fact, players can’t get enough of the idea. RELATED: Classic sci-fi games that predicted the future As part of the generations born after the age of explorers (who have ventured … Read more

Overcoming the physical limitations of today’s communication

With a grant from the Danish Independent Research Fund, a team of researchers and experts from industry and[{” attribute=””>Aarhus University will try to solve the fundamental problem that the speed of light simply is not fast enough for the Internet of Skills. Human skills will be digitalized and democratized in the future through the Internet … Read more

10 new genes linked to hearing loss that could lead to treatment

By 2050, the number of people with some form of mild to complete hearing loss will be worldwide expected To rise to about 2.45 billion. This is concerning, because age-related hearing impairment is the third largest contributor to a person’s years with a disability, and it has been linked With depression and anxiety. Currently, there … Read more

Explaining the universe “wasn’t easy” for Charles Liu of Montclair

at Charles Liu’s new book, “The Universe Explained,” Astrophysicist and astronomy guru tells the story of the universe from the first seconds after its birth, through the journey of the Big Bang, to more than 5 billion years from now, when the Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy are expected to collide, to what could … Read more