Breast cancer patients need not avoid soy: study

Some studies suggested that Asian women who regularly eat soy are less likely to die of breast cancer or experience recurrence of the deadly disease, while some other studies indicated that soy may

Renowned scientist Ralph J. Cicerone dies at 73

Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone, a distinguished UC Irvine scientist who helped identify the potentially catastrophic threat to Earth’s ozone layer from manmade chemicals, passed away on 5th of November.

Massachusetts Reports First Case of EEE Virus for This Year

Owing to recent weather conditions of Massachusetts, arrival of the eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEE) has been reported in the state. The state's department of health informed one person has been infected with EEE.

MIT Scientists Demonstrate Broadband Connection between Earth and Moon

Researchers have claimed that a data communication technology will soon enable large data transfers and high-definition video streaming between earth and moon. The researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory said the technology has high efficacy to establish such a connection between earth and moon.