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Eminent Indian-American Scientist Appointed to Key Position in Obama Administration

Eminent Indian-American Scientist Appointed to Key Position in Obama Administrat

As per a White House statement, Sethuraman Panchanathan, a prominent Indian-American scientist, has been appointed as member of the prestigious National Science Board of the National Science Foundatio

Apple announces Exchange Program to replace some European iPhone 5W USB adapters

Apple announces Exchange Program to replace some European iPhone 5W USB adapters

In an Exchange Program announced on Friday, US tech giant Apple said that it will be replacing some European adapters owing to potential safety risk.

National Pollinator Week to be celebrated from June 16-22

National Pollinator Week to be celebrated from June 16-22

National Pollinator Week is celebrated every year to create awareness about the importance of pollinators to ecosystem health and agriculture in the United States.

Astronauts at ISS send best wishes to Football Teams at FIFA World Cup 2014

Astronauts at ISS send best wishes to Football Teams at FIFA World Cup 2014

The six-member crew at the International Space Station wished all teams and fans in Brazil "peaceful games".

Bad Weather Conditions at Hawaii Postpone NASA’s Flying Saucer Test

Bad Weather Conditions at Hawaii Postpone NASA’s Flying Saucer Test

Bad weather conditions in Hawaii led to the cancellation of Wednesday's scheduled test of a technology aimed at safely sending astronauts on Mars.

Experts Questioning Ability of Current Understanding of Galaxy Formation

Experts Questioning Ability of Current Understanding of Galaxy Formation

As per an international team of 14 astrophysicists, the traditional model of galaxy formation seems to be flawed.

FDA Scrutinizes Wooden Racks’ Usage to Age Fine Cheese

FDA Scrutinizes Wooden Racks’ Usage to Age Fine Cheese

The U. S. Food and Drug Administration is examining whether the use of wooden racks to age fine cheese is a safe practice and meets the sanitary requirements or not.

Russian police arrests two alleged hackers who extorted money from users of Apple devices

Russian police arrests two alleged hackers who extorted money from users of Appl

Russian authorities have revealed in a recent announcement that the country's police have arrested two alleged hackers who are believed to have demanded digital ransoms from users of Apple devices.

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FDA to revise regulations defining ‘healthy’ labeling

After repeated demands, the US Food and Drug Administration decided on Tuesday to redefine the decades-old definition of the term ‘healthy’ used on food labels. The step is being taken after the current regulations being repeatedly referred to as outdated by various food companies.

The regulators will be seeking opinions from the...

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