NASA hits limits of space station utilization

WASHINGTON — NASA has effectively reached full utilization of the International Space Station given limitations on crew time and the ability to get cargo to and from the station, an agency official said Jan. 30. Speaking at a meeting of a National Academies committee working on the decadal survey for biological and physical sciences in … Read more

Olaparib May Prolong PFS Regardless of Mutation Location in Ovarian Cancer

The addition of maintenance olaparib (Lynparza) to bevacizumab (Avastin) appeared to elicit better progression-free survival (PFS) in patients with BRCA-mutant high-grade ovarian cancer, with particular benefit observed in those with mutations located in the DNA-binding domain (DBD) of BRCA1/2, according to findings from an exploratory subgroup analysis of the phase 3 PAOLA-1/ENGOT-ov25 trial (NCT02477644). No … Read more

Transfer Deadline Day LIVE! Arsenal ‘sign’ Jorginho; Chelsea FC Fernandez bid latest; Spurs done deal; rumours

January transfer deadline day is here. Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have only today to finalize signings for their squads with 11pm GMT the official closing time for one of the most exciting windows ever. Jorginho, Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo and Pedro Porro are just some of the big names potentially on the move in the … Read more

Lucy spacecraft to visit an asteroid this year

Artist’s concept of the Lucy spacecraft making a close flyby of an asteroid. Image via NASA. NASA’s Lucy spacecraft is in the midst of three Earth flybys that will ultimately fling it to the main asteroid belt and Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids. In October 2022, a year after the spacecraft’s launch, Lucy made it first flyby … Read more

Christian Eriksen: Man Utd midfielder set for three months out after injuring ankle in FA Cup tie with Reading | Football News

Christian Eriksen has been ruled out until April at the earliest, after being forced off in Manchester United’s FA Cup win over Reading. The midfielder, who was caught by a tackle from Andy Carroll, left Old Trafford on crutches after the 3-1 win on Saturday and now looks set to miss a significant amount of … Read more

Crash Testing NASCAR’s Next Gen

Crash safety improvement is an ongoing process for NASCAR, not necessarily tied to particular race cars or seasons. The sanctioning body has empowered its safety engineering team, based in Concord, North Carolina, and led by managing director John Patalak, to pursue improvements wherever it identifies a potential safety benefit. Nevertheless, an all-new race car design … Read more