Cancer Vaccine has Real Promise

A vaccine induces the body into producing antibodies that help immune cells detect and kill cancer cells
A vaccine induces the body into producing antibodies that help immune cells detect and kill cancer cells

A novel cancer vaccine is moving to Phase 1 human trials in the United States after promising results from animal studies showed encouraging efficacy and a robust safety profile. A new study describes the vaccine as producing complete responses in 90 percent of animals when combined with a second immunotherapy drug. read more

The New RKS Purpose Trailer

Enjoying a sunny afternoon with the RKS Purpose camping trailer
Enjoying a sunny afternoon with the RKS Purpose camping trailer
RKS Off-Road

With a pop-up that looks like a chimney and a bimini-topped party deck, the roof of the short, stout Purpose Trailer from California’s RKS Off-Road is unlike any other you’re likely to see at the campground. In fact, it holds up to 1,000 lb (454 kg) so that a campsite of friends can chill out during the day for better views, with a pair sticking around at night to camp in the deployable tent. The hybrid caravan/teardrop-style interior has standing height where you need it, lying height where you don’t.

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Rocket Booster from 1966 May be Returning Home

A model of the Surveyor lander, whose booster may have taken up a temporary orbit around Earth
A model of the Surveyor lander, whose booster may have taken up a temporary orbit around Earth
NASA/JPL-Caltech

A relic of the 1960s Space Race may be paying Earth a brief visit with NASA announcing that a rocket booster from the 1966 Surveyor 2 robotic Moon lander mission is suspected to have returned from deep space and taken up temporary orbit around the Earth. read more