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Drug spending around the world will hit $1.5 trillion by 2021

drug spending around the world will hit $1.5 trillion by 2021
The amount of money the world spends on prescription drugs could rise to $1.5 trillion by 2021, according to a report published Tuesday by the QuintilesIMS Institute for Healthcare..
Business Insider

Researchers discover cause of visual impairment in astronauts

Consistent visual problems among astronauts on long-term spaceflights may now be treatable back on Earth.
DNA Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Videos for astronauts

News video: A Year In Space: Incredible Images Of Earth Over 2013

A Year In Space: Incredible Images Of Earth Over 2013 01:41

THESE stunning images offer the ultimate bird's eye view perspective of our planet. The photographs were taken by astronauts onboard the International Space Station over the course of 2013. The..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Tales of Cosmos - Launch Trailer

Tales of Cosmos - Launch Trailer 01:18

You play as Perseus and Gagayev, animal astronauts who become stranded on an unknown planet, and help them get to the bottom of a cosmic mystery.
Source: Gamespot -

News video: Chinese Astronaut Says He Encountered A Mysterious Knocking Sound In Space

Chinese Astronaut Says He Encountered A Mysterious Knocking Sound In Space 00:55

China’s first astronaut, Yang Liwei, claims to have heard unexplained knocking sounds while in space. The flight occurred in 2003, but he recently recounted the experience to Chinese..
Source: Geo Beats -

News video: If Your Kid Wants To Be An Astronaut This Could Be Their First Step

If Your Kid Wants To Be An Astronaut This Could Be Their First Step 00:52

There is a new Kickstarter for Mars Rover Rescue, an illustrated book by aerospace engineer, Andrew Rader, who wants to inspire a new generation of astronauts and engineers. Jose Sepulveda..
Source: Veuer -

News video: NASA Needs Your Help Solving The Deep 'Space Poop Challenge'

NASA Needs Your Help Solving The Deep 'Space Poop Challenge' 01:09

NASA is asking for everyone's help in coming up with new ways they can handle needs the human beings who are astronauts have in terms of waste. They're calling in 'The Poop Challenge' and there's a..
Source: Buzz60 -

 

Breakthrough Prize awards $25 million to top scientists

The glitterati took over the geeks when Silicon Valley and Hollywood came together to honor the work of those individuals who have made a significant contribution in the field of science, physics and..
DNA

European Mars mission funding approved even after test lander's crash

European space agency (ESA) member states have approved another 450 million euros ($479 million) in funding for the ExoMars mission to the Red Planet, even after a test lander that was part of the..
DNA

Japan all set to test new &#039;fishing mesh&#039; to drag out space debris next year!

The space clean-up is important because it will help safe guard astronauts and about $900 billion worth of space stations, satellites and other infrastructure relied on for tele communications, weather..
Zee News

Why astronauts become visually impaired on longer space missions

Astronauts usually suffer from visual problems when they go for a longer space mission.
Zee News Also reported by •newKerala.com

Huge deposit of frozen underground water found on Mars

Scientists using data from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have found a huge reservoir of water frozen beneath a region of cracked and pitted plains of the red planet, which may prove to be a vital..
DNA

NASA's 'Poop Challenge' seeks to manage human waste in space

What should fully suited astronauts do when they need to use the toilet in space? NASA has launched a USD 30,000 challenge to develop a system that collects and routes human waste away from the body..
DNA Also reported by •Oneindia

NASA developing breakfast food bars for deep space mission

Scientists at NASA are developing a variety of food bars that astronauts onboard the Orion spacecraft can eat for breakfast during their travel beyond the Moon to explore deep space destinations. When..
DNA

This is how Expedition 50 crew members celebrated &#039;Thanksgiving&#039; in space! (See pics)

Even as earthlings, particularly in the US, celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family sharing wonderful blessings of life, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) also marked the..
Zee News

Suicide tanker blast in Iraq: 80 killed, 31 injured

*Baghdad*: At least 80 people were killed and 31 others wounded on Thursday in a suicide bomb attack at a fuel station in Babil province of Baghdad, a security official said. "The attack occurred in..
Mid-Day

Ever wondered how astronauts use toilet in space? NASA&#039;s &#039;Poop Challenge&#039; has the answer

As per a report, NASA has launched a $30,000 challenge to develop a system that collects and routes human waste away from the body for upto six days without the use of hand
Zee News

NASA&#039;s Orion astronauts to be provided with special food bars to keep their weight in check! - Watch video

Given the distances Orion will travel, teams also must limit Orion’s mass, since a heavier spacecraft requires more fuel and energy to propel it to its ultimate destination.
Zee News

NASA to ignite samples aboard OA-5 Cygnus spacecraft for second space fire experiment

In their second space fire experiment, NASA scientists will remotely ignite samples aboard US aerospace major Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft that has departed the international space station...
BGR India

Enjoy the panoramic view of Earth and space station, while cosmonaut Andrei Borisenko takes you on a tour! - Watch video

The cupola is also the place the astronauts head to when they get some time off their work. After all, who wouldn't want to relax with the most amazing view in the world?  
Zee News

Russian spaceship delivers three astronauts to space station

Russia's Soyuz spacecraft has arrived at the International Space Station, carrying a European, a Russian and an American astronaut for a four-month mission at the orbiting outpost. "Capture..
DNA

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