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A New NASA Mission Will Give a Never-Before-Seen View of the Earth's Water

A new NASA satellite is set to be launched that will help give scientists a better understanding of climate change and the impact it is having on our oceans. The Swot satellite will use advanced radar to map Earth's surface water bodies in unprecedented detail. This will enable researchers to track changes in the planet's rivers and lakes during seasonal changes and major weather events, as well as study the impact of rising sea levels on coastlines.

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After Brewing Beer, Yeast Can Help Recycle Metals from E-waste

A new study has found that leftover brewer's yeast from beer-making can be used to isolate metals for recycling electronic waste, offering a sustainable solution. The yeast is mixed with seasonings to create the popular snack Marmite in the U.K. Researchers discovered that the yeast could bind to specific metals and be reused multiple times without losing strength. This environmentally friendly method may help reduce both wasted yeast and electronic waste streams, potentially revolutionizing e-waste recycling processes globally.

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Can You Train Your Cat to Sit? Science Says You Can With This Simple Trick.

Looking to bond with your cat? Teaching them tricks can be a fun and rewarding experience. Not only is it possible to train your feline friend, but it's also beneficial for their mental well-being. From simple commands like "sit" to more complex tasks, training can strengthen the bond between you and your kitty while providing essential mental stimulation. And the best part? Cats of all ages can learn new tricks, so grab some treats and start teaching!

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These Five Students, Ages 14-16, Just Earned Their First College Degree

Five young students who attended Icon Preparatory School in Tampa, Florida have graduated from college at a remarkably young age. Keniah Washington, Keyanna Grant, Miracle Butler, Tyreek Nash, and Kaitlyn Archie-McDonald earned their Associate Degrees in Liberal Arts at just 14 to 16 years old. Thanks to the school's emphasis on academic rigor and character development, these exceptional students excelled with over 50 college credit hours each and GPAs above 3.5.

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New Technology Could Make Heart Transplants More Accessible

Heart transplants in Canada could soon become more accessible as hospitals are getting the equipment and training to reanimate hearts for transplant after they stop beating. Robbie Sherren, a beloved 40-year-old who tragically passed away, became the first Canadian adult to donate his heart after cardiac death, thanks to innovative technology. Dr. Vivek Rao is working to bring this life-saving technique to Ontario, aiming to expand the transplant program and save more lives through organ donation collaboration efforts across provinces.

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This Stranger Covered a $112 Tab for an Unclaimed Pizza Order at a Local Shop

In a heartwarming gesture of kindness, a stranger in Maumee, Ohio paid for 16 unclaimed pizzas at PizzAroma after learning about the small business's loss. The generous caller, Travis Truesdell, an army veteran and fellow small business owner, stepped in to help without hesitation. Keefer was initially skeptical but realized it was no scam when Truesdell offered to pay over the phone. Reflecting on the incident, Keefer expressed gratitude for Truesdell's act of generosity and described it as "like an angel calling."

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This 83-Year-Old Just Became the Oldest Person to Earn a Doctorate at Howard University

Howard University in Washington, DC has a new record holder - 83-year-old Marie Fowler just earned her doctorate there, making her the oldest person to do so. After years of study at the School of Divinity, she's now ready to teach and inspire others with her achievement. Despite doubts about returning to school after decades away, Fowler was motivated by her parents' experiences and encouraging words from her father. With a vibrant spirit and determination, she made history while proving that it's never too late to pursue your dreams.

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New 3D Printing Research is Paving the Way for Personalized Medication

A groundbreaking new 3D printing technique allows for multiple drugs to be printed in a single tablet, offering personalized pills with timed doses. Researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed this innovative method using Multi-Material InkJet 3D Printing (MM-IJ3DP), enabling tailored drug release profiles for more effective treatment options. The technology creates tablets that release drugs at controlled rates based on their design, simplifying complex medication regimens into a single dose.

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The French Post Office Just Released a Scratch-and-Sniff Baguette Stamp

In a delightful celebration of French culture, the Post Office has unveiled a scratch-and-sniff stamp featuring the iconic baguette. Priced at €1.96, this limited edition stamp boasts a bakery scent and showcases the beloved bread with patriotic flair. Launched on Saint-Honoré Day, it pays homage to the cherished symbol of French gastronomy. With only 594,000 copies available, this fragrant tribute to the UNESCO-recognized baguette is sure to be a hit among collectors and food enthusiasts alike!

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Shaquille O'Neal Paid for 15 of His Friends to Get Their Master’s Degrees

Shaquille O’Neal, the beloved American icon known as “Shaq,” recently shared his journey to earning a Master’s degree. Despite his successful NBA career, Shaq felt dismissed in business meetings due to lacking a degree. Determined to make a change, he paid for 15 people's tuition at the University of Phoenix to set up an in-person class. Shaq's commitment to education led him to earn not only a Master’s but also a Doctorate in Education from Barry University Florida with an impressive GPA of 3.813.

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China Has Developed a Revolutionary Electric Car Battery That Can Charge in 10 Minutes

China has developed a groundbreaking car battery that can charge in just 10 minutes and power a car for hundreds of miles. The International Energy Agency praised China's advancements in battery technology, highlighting batteries capable of traveling up to 600 miles between charges. These new batteries offer longer ranges and faster charging times, marking a significant breakthrough in electric vehicle technology.

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After Brewing Beer, Yeast Can Help Recycle Metals from E-waste

Can You Train Your Cat to Sit? Science Says You Can With This Simple Trick.

These Five Students, Ages 14-16, Just Earned Their First College Degree

New Technology Could Make Heart Transplants More Accessible

This Stranger Covered a $112 Tab for an Unclaimed Pizza Order at a Local Shop

This 83-Year-Old Just Became the Oldest Person to Earn a Doctorate at Howard University

New 3D Printing Research is Paving the Way for Personalized Medication

The French Post Office Just Released a Scratch-and-Sniff Baguette Stamp

Shaquille O'Neal Paid for 15 of His Friends to Get Their Master’s Degrees

China Has Developed a Revolutionary Electric Car Battery That Can Charge in 10 Minutes