GHGSat Speeds Up Plans To Launch Greenhouse Satellites

Responding to growing demand in market and success of its one-of-a-kind space-based sensor, GHGSat of Montreal is fast-tracking plans to build and launch greenhouse gas monitoring satellites. Speaking to SpaceNews, GHGSat President Stéphane Germain said that they have a minimum of a 3-5 year market advantage over anybody who aims to measure emissions arising out… Continue reading GHGSat Speeds Up Plans To Launch Greenhouse Satellites

Research Reveals Screen Time Likely To Have An Adverse Effect On Toddlers

A new Canadian study involving 2,500 2-year-old toddlers showed that more screen time means delayed development of skills like sociability and language. Experts say that in America and Canada, children below 18-months-of-age should not be allowed to use screens. UK however sets no such guidelines as it believes that there isn’t much evidence even when… Continue reading Research Reveals Screen Time Likely To Have An Adverse Effect On Toddlers

DARPA In Process To Gather Team For Blackjack

The ongoing Blackjack program of Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) is being closely monitored by both government and civil tech enthusiasts. This is because the program is attempting to showcase utility of mega constellations in commercial space and importance of inexpensive satellites in military projects. This is to combine commercial buses with military payloads… Continue reading DARPA In Process To Gather Team For Blackjack

M&S To Use Ocado As Its Food Delivery Partner, Ocado Shares Jump

Word that Marks & Spenser which has been exploring online food delivery options to compete with rivals like Sainsbury’s could use services of Ocado had led to spike in its shares by nearly 6.7 %. Mail had reported last week that M&S may buy food distribution centers and vans from Ocado or allow the latter… Continue reading M&S To Use Ocado As Its Food Delivery Partner, Ocado Shares Jump