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NASA’s chief scientist Ellen Stofan leaves agency

NASA’s chief scientist Ellen Stofan leaves agency

NASA’s chief scientist Ellen Stofan has left the government-run space agency to move on and seek “new adventures,” according to emerging reports.

As per the reports, Stofan first announced her decision to part ways with NASA during a National Academies’ Space Studies Board conference held in California last December, and she left on or around December 20, 2016.

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Samsung expected to reveal Galaxy Note 7 probe results this month

Samsung expected to reveal Galaxy Note 7 probe results this month

The results of an investigation launched to figure out why some of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones caught fire will be announced later this month, a local newspaper reported.

Citing unnamed sources, the JoongAng Ilbo newspaper reported on Monday that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Has plans to release the investigation’s findings this month.

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Tough fight for Overweight and Obese Individuals as Changes in Dopamine Stokes Lazy Behavior: NIH

Tough fight for Overweight and Obese Individuals as Changes in Dopamine Stokes Lazy Behavior: NIH

Overweight individuals find it difficult to improve their lifestyle and increase their physical activity. A new research conducted at National Institutes of Health (NIH) has found that sedentary lifestyle and overweight leads to changes in dopamine, resulting in more lethargy. This means that it would be difficult for overweight individuals to shed those extra kilos as they will remain less active compared to healthy weight individuals. The NIH study was conducted on lab mice and the research team noticed changes in dopamine among overweight mice.

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Periodic comet to streak through night sky on Dec. 31

Periodic comet to streak through night sky on Dec. 31

A periodic comet will be streaking through the night sky as Earthlings will be bidding farewell to 2016 and saying hello to the New Year, American space agency NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory said.

The 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova is set to appear near the Moon on Dec. 31, as people will be welcoming 2017. However, it will be difficult to see this comet with naked eyes as it is not a particularly bright comet.

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