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Organ recipients more likely to die from Cancer, Study finds

Organ recipients more likely to die from Cancer, Study finds

A latest Canadian study has revealed that people who get solid organ transplants (SOT) and able to live after the operation have more changes of dying early due to cancer in comparison to the general population.

Toronto researchers have discovered that the ones who receive liver transplant, kidney transplant, or other SOTs have up to three times more chances of dying from cancer, with skin cancer in them pose the highest risk for early death.

US Fish and Wildlife Service rejects federal protection for Southeast Alaska wolf

US Fish and Wildlife Service rejects federal protection for Southeast Alaska wolf

Conservation groups have been arguing for over 20 years that a wolf and the rainforest in Southeast Alaska where it lives are in danger. Though they have achieved strong restrictions on logging of the Tongass National Forest, the largest in the nation, federal protection for the wolf has been denied to them.

Ancient cloud of gas may contain signature of first stars that formed in Universe

Ancient cloud of gas may contain signature of first stars that formed in Universe

An ancient gas cloud present at a distance of many billions of light years from Earth could have the signature of the formation of the very first stars in the universe.

A team of American and Australian scientists has discovered the gas cloud, having very small percentage of heavy elements, like oxygen, carbon, and iron, which is less than one thousandth the fraction found in the Sun. They have discovered the cloud using the Very Large Telescope in Chile.

SpaceX to Land Falcon Rocket on Drone Ship

SpaceX to Land Falcon Rocket on Drone Ship

SpaceX has announced that the company is planning to land its Falcon 9 rocket that is scheduled to be launched on January 17, 2016, on a drone ship, which is an autonomous floating platform.

The rocket is scheduled to take off from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and will be boarded with the Jason-3 satellite of NASA space agency. However, this time the rocket will land back in the ocean and not a launch pad on ground.

Galactic Map Confirms Growth Path of Galaxy

Galactic Map Confirms Growth Path of Galaxy

Astronomers have combined the age data that they gathered by studying 70,000 stars across the Milky Way galaxy. The outcome of the ages of stars was assembled into the largest ever made galactic map.

Subsequently, the galactic map validated what has been considered the growth path of our galaxy, it commenced in from the mid of the galaxy and moved outwards. The trend was evident in several old stars that were found close to the centre of the disc.

Fall of mysterious metal 'space balls' baffles Vietnam

Fall of mysterious metal 'space balls' baffles Vietnam

On Saturday, three mysterious metal balls crash landed in a residential area in the Vietnam's north, leaving Vietnamese officials baffled.

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