US Census Bureau releases new estimates about NYC population

US Census Bureau releases new estimates about NYC population

The latest estimates released by the US Census Bureau have revealed that the population of New York State witnessed an increase of over 50,000 in a one-year period between July 2013 and July 2014.

Space X Dragon capsule departs from ISS to return to earth

Space X Dragon capsule departs from ISS to return to earth

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NASA advancing with its initiative to explore solar system using small satellite

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NCSU engineers design new liquid metal antenna controllable through voltage

NCSU engineers design new liquid metal antenna controllable through voltage

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‘Top 10 New Species for 2015’ list topped by ‘chicken from Hell’ dinosaur

‘Top 10 New Species for 2015’ list topped by ‘chicken from Hell’ dinosaur

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Coffee lowers risk of erectile dysfunction: study suggests

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Caltech astronomers uncover new data into origins of Type Ia supernova

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