The driving force behind the EU colocation market’s climate-neutral push
Scientists have known for decades that thunderstorms are often stronger where there are high concentrations of aerosols—airborne particles too small to see with the naked eye. Lightning flashes are more frequent along shipping routes, where freighters emit particulates into the air, than in the surrounding ocean. And the most intense thunderstorms in the tropics brew…
A joint international task force has issued an advisory to address concerns arising from an FDA warning of cardiac risk in patients taking the antiseizure drug lamotrigine. Medscape Medical News
“Wow, Space Force. It’s the plane of today,” she replied wryly. “It is an interesting question.”
The Department of the Air Force has formed a permanent Office of Diversity and Inclusion, which was stood up on Jan. 11 following recommendations for its creation.
Though most of those terms are inherited from the U.S. Air Force, there are a few exceptions.
The Trump administration celebrated the first birthday of the U.S. Space Force on Friday by announcing that its members will be known as “guardians.” (Dec. 18)
Pressure from the global pandemic has broadband companies loosening the arbitrary restrictions on the connections users pay for — and this may be the beginning of the end for the data caps we’ve lived in fear of for decades. Here’s why. The coronavirus threat and official policies of “social distancing” are leading millions to stay…