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X Prize launches Contest to Explore and Map Earth’s Seafloor

Latest X Prize Challenge Pushes to Map Earth’s Oceans and win Lots of Money

X Prize is giving sea-loving explorer an opportunity to pursue their passion and win a huge amount of money. The organization announced a competition on Monday which allows researchers to make technologies to map earth’s seafloor.

Warming Arctic continues to Pose Threat to Region’s Walrus Populations

Warming Arctic continues to Pose Threat to Region’s Walrus Populations

Polar region at the northernmost part of the planet Arctic is warming faster than any other region in the world, as per a report released Thursday. It is the second time when the region has been found warming approximately twice as fast as the rest of the world.

As the region is warming twice as fast as other places in the world, its ice sheets are melting rapidly and making conditions difficult for walrus populations to survive, researchers said.

Jackson Memorial Hospital Gets New HIV Research Unit

Jackson Memorial Hospital Gets New HIV Research Unit

The University of Miami Health System said the numbers of newly diagnosed HIV and AIDs cases are increasing rapidly in South Florida than in any other region in the nation. Recently, a new AIDS Research Unit has also been set up at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

The new University of Miami Research clinic will call in patients who are being diagnosed with HIV. The patients will be recruited into a clinical research funded by the state to find a vaccine and cure for HIV/AIDS.

Study contradicts theories and efforts spanning several years to shut down corrupt clinics handing opioid out to anybody

Study contradicts theories and efforts spanning several years to shut down corrupt clinics handing opioid out to anybody

According to a latest study, the overprescription of opioid painkillers is being driven by general practitioners, in large numbers and not by specialists or ‘pill mill’ operations as suggested by some.

Conducted at Stanford University, the study has contradicted theories and efforts spanning many years to close down the corrupt clinics that have been giving the drugs out to everybody asking out for them.

Curiosity Reaches Expansive Dune Field at Base of Mount Sharp

Curiosity Reaches Expansive Dune Field at Base of Mount Sharp

NASA’s Curiosity rover has reached a huge field of rippled sand dunes that are located at the base of Mount Sharp that range up to two stories tall. The rover has started the first ever close investigation of currently active sand dunes beyond earth.

These dark dunes, named as the ‘Bagnold Dunes’, are spread all round the northwestern flank of Mount Sharp and lie on the alien road of Curiosity’s daring trek up the lower portion of the layered Martian mountain.

Climate Change: Melting glaciers may accelerate Earth’s Spin

Climate Change: Melting glaciers may accelerate Earth’s Spin

Much has been reported about how global warming is melting glaciers, which results in rising sea levels. A new study has revealed that melting ice caps could force earth to slow down its speed of spinning.

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