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NASA Awards Contract to National Academy of Science

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NASA has awarded a sole-source contract to the National Academy of Science of Washington to conduct studies on questions of national importance within the domain of NASA science and technology programs relating to space science, Earth science, and biological and physical science in space. The Strategic Advice Supporting NASA Science and Technology Programs in Space Science, Earth Science, Biological and…

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HERSHEY RENEWS PARTNERSHIP WITH TEAM USA AND JOINS THE LA28 OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES

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HERSHEY, Pa. /PRNewswire/ — The Hershey Company today announced they have renewed their partnership with Team USA and will partner with the LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Hershey will support Team USA through 2028 when the Games return to American soil, as well as during Paris 2024 and Milan Cortina 2026. “We’re proud that our iconic brands will continue to be a part of celebrations and the moments of…

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Beloved Chicken and Waffle Restaurant Sweet Chick Partners with Founders Table To Fuel Expansion and Growth

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Major Investment has Sweet Chick Poised For Success and Growth NEW YORK, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Sweet Chick, a popular New York based restaurant group, received Series A funding from Founder’s Table Restaurant Group, parent company of CHOPT Creative Salad Company and Dos Toros Taqueria. The partnership will finance the rapid growth and expansion of Sweet Chick’s presence throughout New York City, Los Angeles,…

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Planets of Binary Stars as Possible Homes for Alien Life

Nearly half of Sun-size stars are binary. According to University of Copenhagen research, planetary systems around binary stars may be very different from those around single stars. This points to new targets in the search for extraterrestrial life forms. Newswise — Nearly half of Sun-size stars are binary. According to University of Copenhagen research, planetary systems around binary stars may…

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NASA-Supported Solar Sail Could Take Science to New Heights

As NASA’s exploration continues to push boundaries, a new solar sail concept selected by the agency for development toward a demonstration mission could carry science to new destinations. The Diffractive Solar Sailing project was selected for Phase III study under the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program. Phase III aims to strategically transition NIAC concepts with the highest potential impact…

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How a cognitive bias is blocking the rise of electric cars

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A UNIGE team shows that underestimating battery autonomy is a major psychological barrier to buying an electric car. Newswise — What are the barriers to the adoption of electric cars? Although the main financial and technological obstacles have been removed, their market share still needs to increase. In a recent study, a team from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) investigated…

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SENIOR PICKLEBALL REPORT SHIRTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE STM STORE!

Now available to order are two new styles of the official SPR shirts. The two shirt styles include, the Sleeve’s Senior Pickleball Report workout shirt and the SPR workout T-shirt. These shirts are specifically designed, the sweatshirts having the SPR crossword logo on the back and SPR pickleball logo above a QR code on the front.The workout shirt that has the…

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Paramount+ Takes To The Skies At Vivid Sydney 2022

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Paramount+ Partners With Vivid Sydney 2022 To Bring The Southern-Hemisphere’s Biggest Ever Drone Light Show, Down Under. SYDNEY, May 23, 2022 (Newswire.com) – It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s 600 drones set to light up Sydney Harbour this May! Paramount+ is buzzing with excitement, to be taking to the skies on Sunday, 29 May (AEST) to deliver audiences the Southern…

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Infectious Disease Doctor Answers Questions About the Monkeypox Virus

The growing concern of recent outbreaks of the rare monkeypox virus reported in the U.S. and abroad have health authorities monitoring transmission rates and keeping a close eye on the emerging issue. Charles Schleupner, a professor of internal medicine who specializes in infectious disease at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, says he does not anticipate the virus becoming…

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