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MannKind Corp’s Afrezza Won Recommendations from U.S. Advisory Panel

MannKind Corp’s Afrezza Won Recommendations from U.S. Advisory Panel

After long-waiting for the approval of inhaled diabetes treatment drug, Afrezza, MannKind Corp. finally got recommendation from U. S. advisory panel.

Astronauts Eagerly Await Mini Robot Space Surgeon

Astronauts Eagerly Await Mini Robot Space Surgeon

Researchers are almost ready with their first mini robot space surgeon (produced through Virtual Incision in Lincoln, Nebraska), and it will soon undergo its zero-gravity test to clear its path of cli

Mollusk Shells of Placuna Placenta Act as Bio-Inspiration for Future Armor

Mollusk Shells of Placuna Placenta Act as Bio-Inspiration for Future Armor

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have uncovered mystery of unique features of mollusk shells of Placuna placenta that are tough and transparent too.

Military Caregivers in need of Greater Support: RAND Study

Military Caregivers in need of Greater Support: RAND Study

Caregivers who take care of military members from the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars are often termed as 'hidden heroes'.

TV Watching Linked to Increased Consumption of Junk Food in Children: Study

TV Watching Linked to Increased Consumption of Junk Food in Children: Study

A new study has revealed that there exists a relationship between TV-watching and unhealthy eating habits among children.

Researchers Create Artificial Eukaryote Chromosome into Living Brewer’s Yeast Cells

Researchers Create Artificial Eukaryote Chromosome into Living Brewer’s Yeast Ce

A variant of chromosome III of Saccharomyces cerevisiae has been created by researchers from New York University and John Hopkins University. Jef D.

Air Force’s Secretive X-37b Space Plane Surpasses Previous Space Endurance Record

Air Force’s Secretive X-37b Space Plane Surpasses Previous Space Endurance Recor

The Air Force's secretive X-37B space plane has broken its previous space endurance record and still remains in lower earth orbit.

US Fish and Wildlife Service lists Lesser Prairie Chicken as Threatened

US Fish and Wildlife Service lists Lesser Prairie Chicken as Threatened

The lesser prairie chicken has been listed as 'threatened' by the Obama administration on Thursday. The species is a small grassland bird native to parts of the country's oil and gas belt.

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Head of Alcatel-Lucent defends payment of EUR 14-Million

On Monday, the head of telecoms equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent said no to government pressurizing him to give up bonuses which could give him about EUR 14 million, as part of its buyout by rival Nokia.

The head of the French-American company since 2013, Michel Combes, told the business daily Les Echos that the payments were not...

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