EU Commission Seeking Ways to slash Google

 

Europe Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, is highly enraged to take revenge upon Google by issuing giant with a Statement of Objections and that it too applying disciplinary measures. As per the recent report, Google search dominance case is on table for the meeting of all Commissioners on 15 April. Corporations that have …

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Personalised Skin Cancer Vaccines Showed Miraculous Result

 

New Cancer vaccines tailored for individual response show promise. Potentially revolutionizing treatment, it evoked very strong immune in some cases without displaying side effect. The custom made vaccines appeared to boost the number and diversity of immune system “killer T-cells” that target tumours. Findings from the first three patients given …

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Colorado Patient suspected of Ebola Tested Negative

 

Colorado – Patient requiring hospitalization more than 24 hours with suspected  Ebola infection moved to University of Colorado in a specially equipped ambulance with required caution tests negative. The patient’s Ebola test results came in early Thursday morning, but the patient was moved to University of Colorado Hospital “out of …

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NASA Cassini Spacecraft captures Saturn moon Rhea

 

NASA Space Agency and its new technological innovations this time has helped us have a better look at the little known and explored Rhea. The photos captured shall be used to learn about the interplanetary system. The Cassini spacecraft of NASA has just snapped high-definition pictures of Rhea, and sent it …

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Astronomers finds clues of ancient galaxy formations

 

European space agency in lieu of finding ancient history landed up finding how these ancient galaxies were formed. They used Planck telescope for searching the radiations caused due to collision. Because we are looking so far back in time, and because the universe is assumed to be homogenous in all directions, we …

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