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May makes Brexit with lab at the last minute while the clock shuts off

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a rebellion in her own party when lawmakers were angry that she had turned to Labor to deliver the Brexit. Despite the Prime Minister's best efforts to persuade legislators to support their European Union divorce agreement, it has now been rejected three times in the House of Commons. May said, "There is no sign …

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FDA Warns Virginia Lab against Illegally Marketing Unproven Genetic Testing

Copyright: AP A series of genetic tests designed to predict a person's response to certain drugs is being developed by their manufacturer, Inova Genomics illegally markets Laboratory because the tests are not supported by scientific data, claims the US Food and Drug Administration. The FDA yesterday sent a warning letter to Inova, advising the Virginia-based medical company not to market …

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Rocket Lab launches DARPA satellites

WASHINGTON – Rocket Lab successfully launched an experimental satellite for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency on March 28, as the company aims to achieve a monthly cadence of launches. The company's Electron Rocket launched from its private launch site on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula at 19:27 East. The payload of the rocket, a single DARPA satellite, was disconnected from the …

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Now Google's robotics lab is focusing on machine learning

Google has partnered with researchers from Princeton, Columbia and MIT to develop the TossingBot, which can learn how to put different objects in the right containers and throw them into the right containers. At his first rodeo, the mechanical arm did not know what to do with the stack of items. After 14 hours of trial and error analysis with …

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Rocket Lab launch with DARPA's R3D2 satellite, scheduled for Tuesday – Spaceflight Now

Rocket Labs Electron rocket during a countdown Sunday (time in the US). Credit: Rocket Lab The Rocket Lab launch team canceled a launch attempt in New Zealand on Sunday after discovering an inappropriate video transmitter on the Electron booster that was supposed to fly a small US military satellite into orbit for an innovative antenna design to test. Engineers relocated …

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Rocket Lab Scrubs Launch of the experimental DARPA military satellite

Rocket Lab, a small satellite launch company, halted the scheduled flight of an experimental military satellite for US military Sunday (March 24) due to a problem with a video transmitter. Rocket Lab was down at 19:36. EDT (2336 GMT) launched its Electron Booster from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula when the glitch occurred, the company said in …

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Rocket Lab scrubs the start attempt on Sunday – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see other articles of this nature, please support our space program coverage by becoming Spaceflight Now Member . If everyone who likes our website is contributing to the funding, we can further expand and improve our coverage. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a Rocket Lab Electron rocket from Launch Complex 1 on …

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Rocket Lab launches the R3D2 prototype for DARPA today! Here's how to watch.

Commercial launch provider Rocket Lab is counting on its first flight from 2019, an experimental satellite for the US military that you can follow online today (March 24). A Rocket Lab Electron amplifier will launch the R3D2 satellite for DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Agency. The start is scheduled at 18:30 clock at the earliest. EDT (2230 GMT) from Launch …

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CERN lab on the hunt for dark matter

Aerial View of the CERN. Credit: CERN      Europe's physics lab CERN on Tuesday 27 percent of the universe.                                  The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), which is home to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) -a giant lab in a 27-kilometer (17-mile) tunnel straddling the French-Swiss border-said the new experiment what "designed to look for light and weakly interacting …

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