On Friday, May 19th, 2017 the School of Science hosted a graduation brunch for the graduating students in the undergraduate and graduate programs in all School of Science departments. Fresh water organisms sometimes aren’t able to survive with the high acidity of the water, which may lead to extinction. NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, who holds the record for maximum time spent in space by any American astronaut, is set to return to Earth on Saturday, completing a 288-day mission at the International Space Station.
A consortium of the world’s best engineering firms needs to study Daiichi and how it can be safely sealed, without exposing workers and the general population to lethal radiation. New research suggests that as the oceans warm, fish and coral species could be displaced to cooler waters.
The last mission lasted almost two years and ended with a May touchdown at the runway formerly used by NASA’s space shuttles. Researchers have witnessed – for the first time – cancer cells being targeted and destroyed from the inside, by an organo-metal compound discovered by the University of Warwick.
The program offers teachers and students access to the latest in-depth reporting on science topics — transforming how students and educators interact with science in the classroom by providing them with real-world examples, information, and inspiration across all 50 states, reaching as many as four million high school students (approximated based on school enrollment data).
Looming the middle of every galaxy, supermassive black holes weigh as much as ten billion suns – fuelling the birth of stars and deforming the fabric of space-time itself. Cleanup number 2 around Daiichi is way more gigantic, over 1500 square miles of primary contamination and thousands more of secondary, and could sink Japan too as every last Yen falls into the bottomless Fukushima money pit.