June 1 science news is:
- On May 31, 2020, two NASA astronauts arrived on board the International Space Station after a flight aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule.
- The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket (which carried the capsule) took place at the Kennedy Space Center, in Florida, on the launch pad for Apollo 11.
- It was the first manned flight in the United States since 2011: the American space shuttles had then retired.
In health :
- Adaura is a global, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 trial of approximately 700 patients in several countries.
- These patients had a special type of lung cancer: non-small cell lung cancer.
- When treated with osimertinib, the study authors noted an 83% increase in progression-free survival.
- Monkeys stole the belongings of a laboratory technician in India while he was holding blood samples from people with Covid-19.
- Finally, the samples were able to be recovered and were not visibly damaged.
- “They were still intact and we do not believe there is a risk of contamination or spread“, reassured the director of the Meerut school, Dheeraj Raj where the scene took place.
- Arizona Attorney General in the United States, Mark Brnovitch, is taking legal action against Google.
- He accuses the American giant of having tracked the geolocation of Android users when they have specifically disabled this function.
- Attorney General Brnovich is asking a court to force Google to reimburse the profits it could have made from the monetization of this data.
- Japanese researchers have recorded approximately 17.3 hours of sounds made by narwhals.
- By analyzing them, l[…]
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