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2 Teams receive R5 humanoid robot for advanced research and development work

2 Teams receive R5 humanoid robot for advanced research and development work

In order to conduct advanced research and development work, teams at the MA Institute of Technology and Northeastern University have been awarded prototypes of NASA’s R5 humanoid robot. R5 is also known as Valkyrie, originally created to help in disaster relief.

NASA gives SpaceX the deal to launch astronauts from US soil to ISS

NASA gives SpaceX the deal to launch astronauts from US soil to ISS

On Friday, NASA took a major step toward expansion of research opportunities aboard the International Space Station. The space agency has taken its first mission order from Hawthorne, California based-company SpaceX for launching astronauts from the US soil.

Study demonstrates power of personalized nutrition in helping people identify which foods can help or hinder health goals

Study demonstrates power of personalized nutrition in helping people identify which foods can help or hinder health goals

An Israeli research, after tracking the blood sugar levels of 800 people for a week, suggested that different people's bodies react to intake of same meal differently, which means a diet that may do wonders for you, may not have a same impact on your friend.

Published in Cell, on November 19, the findings have shown the power of personalized nutrition in helping people identify which foods can help or obstruct their health goals.

Monetary donations were accepted in exchange for hot dogs at Great American Smokeout on Thursday

Monetary donations were accepted in exchange for hot dogs at Great American Smokeout on Thursday

Students from University of Cincinnati collaborated with the American Cancer Society to put on The Great American Smokeout, an event to promote the message of quit smoking among students, on Thursday. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 6 million people lose their lives every year and many cut 10 years short because of cigarettes.

Charlie Sheen releases pressure on him after unveiling about his HIV condition

Charlie Sheen releases pressure on him after unveiling about his HIV condition

Actor Charlie Sheen was aware of his HIV condition for past four years, but it is now that he has revealed this secret on the ‘Today’ to the world. A local HIV/AIDS activist said that the news has unveiled the level of stigma linked with the disease.

Routine sleep changes during week may raise risk of developing metabolic problems: Study

Routine sleep changes during week may raise risk of developing metabolic problems: Study

As per a study, even everyday sleep changes like getting up early for work in the week could elevate the risk of metabolic issues like diabetes and heart disease. Researchers have long identified that shift work can be a contributor to metabolic risk due to the continual disturbance to the circadian system.

Shift workers are more vulnerable to develop coronary heart disease, metabolic syndrome and Type 2 diabetes as compared to employees having regular daytime shifts.

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