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Space Weather Woman predicts solar storm on July 19

Dr.Tamitha Skov, known as the “Space Weather Woman,” is a research scientist at the federally funded, one of the world’s leading space science experts predicted a “direct hit” from a solar storm. Dr. Skov is a part of Aerospace Corporation and is an award-winning science educator on social media. On Saturday, she posted a NASA prediction model […]...Read More

A fashion show for the books!

To brighten a gray rainy day in Manhattan, Moschino added a dash of color and fun into their runway recently!  Jeremy Scott, the brains behind the Italian luxury label, went all out by filling the runway with bright baby blues, pastel pinks, and greens and purples. It was the must-see show at the New York […]...Read More

Looking to Study Medicine Overseas?

If you are an aspiring medical student seeking to study medicine overseas, here are 5 factors should keep in mind. Prospective UAE medical students looking to study medicine abroad have a raft of international options available. To help pupils with this critical career decision, Bob Ryan, Dean of Admissions at St. George’s University, Grenada, offers […]...Read More

Non-invasive, 20min COVID test-kits out in U.S., world soon

U.S. President Donald Trump has announced that a non-invasive coronavirus test that delivers results in 15-20 minutes, is to be rolled out across the state. The test-kit is also headed to scores of poorer countries, as global health authorities scramble to contain the disease in lieu of deaths crossing 1 million figures worldwide. Around 150 […]...Read More

Rising allegations against China, ‘Xinjiang-style’ programs forced on Tibetan workers

China is forcing Tibetan farmers and herders into labour programmes similar to those used in troubled Xinjiang, a US research institute alleged Tuesday. The moves risk a “loss of cultural heritage” in the politically sensitive region, the group’s report warned. Authorities in Tibet, a predominantly Buddhist area in China’s far west, have touted the scheme […]...Read More

UN’s 75th summit off to a hushed, virtual start, world leaders doubtful of results

The United Nations General Assembly, the annual extravaganza of world leaders’ speeches and round-the-clock diplomacy, opens Tuesday in a quiet hall as a virtual summit addresses the global crisis of Covid-19. For once, Midtown Manhattan will not be bunkered down in a frenzy of motorcades, and there will be no speculation of breakthrough meetings. Leaders […]...Read More

US at #Expo2020 nears completion, Israeli attendance to show ‘inclusive’ UAE post-treaty

The construction of the US pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will be completed inNovember, John Rakolta, the US Ambassador to the UAE, said on Tuesday. “The construction of the pavilion is progressing according to our schedule. We look forward to substantial buildings’ completion sometime around 15th November,” he said during a virtual media roundtable with […]...Read More

ByteDance out for $60b deal on US TikTok sell

China’s ByteDance seeks an evaluation of $60 billion for TikTok as Oracle and Walmart take stakes in the short-video app, before its US ban deadline. The two companies would pay a combined $12 billion for their stakes if they agree to a $60 billion asking price, Bloomberg reported. ByteDance, TikTok, Oracle and Walmart did not […]...Read More