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Bhanu Jamwal

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Living in Aldine, TX, he writes about Mac, iOS, Android and IT Hardware. Apart from writing on The Next Digit, he is also an expert in providing valuable seminars on IT Peripherals and IT Security. All posts by Bhanu

Japanese firm Suntory is sending whisky samples into space

Suntory is the oldest Japan’s whisky distillery, which manufacturers the best whisky in the world named as Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013. Suntory spokesperson told to the Wall Street Journal that the samples of the whiskies will be sent to the space to test those in zero gravity and temperature stable environment. The samples include the fresh distilled whisky and ...

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Pinterest is trying out new ways to increase diversity

Pinterest is the photo sharing social media platform which has received over $1.3 billion funding and the company is worth of $11 billion. The latest news of Pinterest is, it’s trying out new ways to increase their diversity in its working environment in terms of gender and race. According to the blog post by co-founder and chief creative officer Evan Sharp, ...

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Reboot the Neil Armstrong suit Kickstarter campaign achieves the goal

The Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum have launched the crowdfunding campaign recently as part of their effort to restore the Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit; this is the same spacesuit when Neil Armstrong became the first men to walk on the moon in 1969. Update: ‘Reboot the Suit’ Kickstarter campaign has managed to collect more than $537K backed by over 6,765 ...

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Chile’s ESO ALMA telescope helps astronomers to look inside distant galaxies

This has happened the very first time that the European Southern Observatory ALMA telescope in Chile has provided their astronomers the instruments to look far in the distant galaxies. This instrument provides the opportunity for the astronomers to make the observations through the fog and observe the galaxies which are formed first during the era of reionization. Andrea Ferrara is ...

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Scientists discover shipwreck from 1700s in North Carolina coast

On Friday, Duke University, said that the scientists using sonar and underwater vehicles have found the shipwreck on the North Carolina coast that may be used in the American revolution. This report was led by the Duke marine scientist Cindy Van Dover, who has found the unknown wreck in around one mile-deep waters using a manned submarine and underwater robot ...

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NASA and DARPA to send genetically engineered organisms to Mars

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the US Defense Department on Monday stated that a program was designed for modifying living organisms into surviving ones on Planet Mars, genetically. DARPA engineers have plans of turning the cold and barren world into an environment that’s suitable for the survival of human life. There were some past projects to colonize Mars ...

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