Nasa – The World Awaits Human Exploitation of Mars, Expected to Begin with a Woman


NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine has announced that the first person on Mars will likely be a woman. Predicting that the next American astronaut to walk on the moon will also be a woman. Bridenstine who provided no date for the exploration however did hint that the first all-woman spacewalk will be taking place later this month. Bridenstine did not provide

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Harley-Davidson Re-inventing Itself in the Face of Growing Competition


Harley-Davidson has been around for 116 years, but given protracted declining sales, the auto manufacturer is looking to reinvent itself as more scooters, e-bikes and ride-sharing services hit urban communities and offer alternative ways to get around in congested cities. Harley-Davidson has had stiff competition from new transportation companies such as Bird and Lime that have launched thousands of rentable

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Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson; overview of an exemplary life

Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson

Shirley Ann Jackson was the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT. She was the second African-American woman in the United States to receive a doctorate in physics. Jackson was the eighteenth president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an American physicist. The Physicist was also the first to be awarded the National Medal

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Ghanaian-British Model Adwoa Aboah among 20 Trailblazing Women Honoured with Own Barbie dolls

Ghanaian-British Model Adwoa Aboah

Young African women have in recent years been making remarkable impact on the global fashion terrain in diverse innovative ways. Celebrated Ghanaian-British model and activist, Adhoa Aboah is one of 20 women to be honoured by Barbie manufacturing company with dolls of their own or dolls fashioned after them. Named ‘The Shero Dolls Project, The fashion doll manufacturing company is

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The First Simone Veil Prize for Women’s Rights worth $112,000 Snapped by Cameroonian Aissa Ngatansou

first Simone Veil Prize for women’s

Aissa Doumara Ngatansou wins. Pic credit: RFI French president, Emmanuel Macron has presented the first Simone Veil Prize for women’s rights worth $112,000 to Ngatansou on International Women’s Day at a ceremony at the Elysée Palace in France, reports say. Ngatansou was given the inaugural award of the French Republic in appreciation of the contributions her organization confer to victims

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