Monthly Archives: November 2021

All new sci-fi books are coming in December!

Check out the full list of sci-fi titles waiting for you in December below! Keep track of all new versions of SFF here. All title summaries are taken and / or summaries from one copy provided by the publisher. Release dates are subject to change. Note: As of December 2021, …

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New cognitive science research provides insight into how infants understand animated events on screen

New research published in the journal of cognitive science Open mind provides insight into how 19 month old infants interpret screen animation. The study suggests that infants understand at this age that the animations they see are decoupled from their immediate environment and independent of the physical screen on which …

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Best new sci-fi books in December 2021

Liam Mulcahey, a reclusive and shocked veteran, remembers little of the Great War. Ten years later, while caught in a brutal attack on a Chicago sweatshop, Liam is rescued by Grace, an attractive heiress who is capable of deluding herself. Although the attack appears to have been carried out by …

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New lead testing method could reveal higher levels in water

ST. LOUIS – For years, testing tap water in an upscale Detroit suburb has shown the city to be clear. Then residents were given a seemingly out of the blue warning that their water could be contaminated with high levels of lead. The town of Royal Oak had not made …

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SMART researchers develop method for early detection of bacterial infections in crops | MIT News

Researchers from the Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) on Disruptive and Sustainable Technologies for Agricultural Precision (DiSTAP) of the Research and Technology Alliance (SMART) of Singapore-MIT, the research firm of MIT in Singapore, and their local collaborators at the Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory (TLL), have developed a rapid method based on …

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New light-based method shows changing F

image: The easy conversion of sulfoxides between their mirror images is now possible thanks to a photosensitizer called TPT, which donates an electron in the presence of light to help catalyze racemization seen Following Credit: MasterTux from Pixabay The first place you need to look to understand “chirality” are your …

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Potential method discovered to help assess prognosis for metastatic colorectal cancer – NCAL Research Spotlight

Kaiser Permanente study suggests links between type of mutation, tumor location and survival By Sue Rochman A study by Kaiser Permanente suggests that the prognosis of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer can be determined at least in part by whether the tumor has a specific type of mutation – but …

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ExoMiner, a new method of machine learning has discovered 301 exoplanets

Scientists have discovered 301 new exoplanets with the help of a new deep neural network program. ExoMiner was trained and powered by data from NASA’s Kepler spacecraft to identify new exoplanets. He not only discovered new planets, but also distinguished between the fake ones. A new deep neural network program …

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Method for revealing unwanted biological effects of chemicals – sciencedaily

How do pollutants and other chemicals to which we are exposed affect our health? Researchers at Linköping University in Sweden applied a method to identify proteins in the body affected by chemicals. The method can be used to find out at an early stage whether a substance has biological effects …

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GeekDad Review – “The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure”

The history of science fiction – Xavier Dollo (Writer), Djibril Morissette-Phan (Art) The European tradition of long thematic graphic novels is finally entering the American market, and there is much to celebrate. As I often say here, there is no better way to learn about a given subject than a …

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From Afar: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Cooking

Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record By Veronica Scott Special to the record of the day This is one of my favorite items to do every year – a selection of cookbooks based on favorite sci-fi, fantasy or paranormal movies, TV shows, and games. All of the books mentioned are …

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Innovative method of biomedical waste management developed in Kazakhstan

NUR-SULTAN – Scientists from the Kazakh National University of Al-Farabi have developed an innovative method of handling biomedical waste (such as medical masks, gloves, shoe covers, etc.), which has no ‘analogous in the world, reports the Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science Press Service. Biomedical waste can be recycled without …

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Science-Fiction, Imperial Fantasy and Alt-Victimity »

POLITICIANS AND political scientists know the power of narratives: there is a lot of talk about who is in control and how to change ‘the narrative’. But neither of the two groups tend to wonder where these stories are actually, you know, being told. In his new book, Reverse Colonization: …

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This method can help predict the death of Covid patients

Toronto: The amount of SARS-CoV-2 genetic material – viral RNA – in the blood is a reliable indicator for detecting which patients will die from the infectious disease, researchers have found. Despite advances in the management of Covid-19, doctors are struggling to identify the patients most at risk of dying …

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Scientists use new deep learning method to add 301 planets to Kepler’s total number

Deep neural networks are machine learning systems that automatically learn a task if the necessary data is provided. An artificial neural network (ANN) with many layers between the input and output layers is called a deep neural network (DNN). Neural networks come in different shapes and sizes. However, they all …

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“The History of Science Fiction” is the first graphic guide of our favorite genre (exclusive)

Want to know who is considered the world’s premier science fiction writer? Or exactly how did American science fiction start? Maybe which sci-fi novel is the bestseller of all time? A new book, “The history of science fiction“(Humanoids, 2021) offers a fresh lens through which to see colors evolution of …

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The makings of science fiction | Borneo Bulletin Online

WASHINGTON (AFP) – A NASA mission to deliberately crash a spaceship onto an asteroid – a test in case humanity needs to stop a giant space rock from wiping out life on Earth – took off from Tuesday from California. It might sound like science fiction, but the DART (Double …

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Mark Waid on “The History of Science Fiction” (interview)

Humanoids has just released an ambitious new graphic novel, The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure, which dives deeply into the genre since its very beginnings. We spoke with publisher Humanoids Mark Waid about the exciting new project, how it came about and what readers can expect from …

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Low cost and green copper recovery method in gold factories

Most consumers are unaware of the environmental impact of gold production, but around 20 tonnes of waste is generated in order to produce enough gold for a single alliance. Now, a team of researchers from Cleaner Production Journal. have developed a new green method for the recovery of copper from …

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NASA turned science fiction into science with its latest mission

The US space agency Nasa launched a rocket called DART, which stands for Double Asteroid Redirection Test, at 1:21 a.m. EST yesterday. It is the world’s first large-scale mission to test Earth’s defense technology against potential dangers from asteroids or comets, and was launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket …

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New method enables deeper analysis of impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals on gene expression

When something disrupts hormonal binding to the receptor, such as environmental compounds or pollutants called endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), the results can be harmful and in some cases lead to some forms of cancer. But exactly how certain compounds interfere with this process is not always easy to decipher. Researchers …

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New calculation method yields largest grizzly bear population

The grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem is the largest it has ever been. It is estimated that nearly 1,070 grizzly bears are found in northwestern Wyoming and parts of Montana and Idaho. This number is much higher than previous estimates which put the grizzly population estimate at …

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The experiences of fishermen at sea used to develop a new method of collecting scientific data

The state agency responsible for the conservation and protection of marine fisheries resources has developed an important new tool that captures the knowledge and practical experience of fishermen to help monitor changes in marine fish stocks . According to Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI), the new method – called ‘FLEKSI’ – …

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New method gives insight into how cells are altered by disease

A new “image analysis pipeline” gives scientists a quick new insight into how disease or injury has changed the body, down to the individual cell. It’s called TDAExplore, which uses the detailed imaging provided by microscopy and pairs it with a hot math field called topology, which provides insight into …

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New method based on SERS could provide easy and early diagnosis of liver inflammation

Recently, the team led by Prof. HUANG Qing from the Institute of Intelligent Machines, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) developed a new biosensor based on Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) combined with aptamers to achieve the Inflammatory microRNA-122 (miR-122) detection in exosomes secreted by cells. In this research, a …

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Science fiction: NASA will launch a spaceship to crash it on an asteroid and divert its trajectory

It sounds like science fiction, but NASA will launch a mission to deliberately crash spaceship against an asteroid, a rehearsal to prepare in case humanity needs a day to stop a giant space rock from killing life on Earth. The DARD (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) is an experiment that will …

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SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhxRmBIrSCw Oakland News Now – SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. …

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New method gives quick and objective insight into how cells are altered by disease

Dr Eric A. Vitriol. Credit: Michael Holahan, Augusta University A new “image analysis pipeline” gives scientists a quick new insight into how disease or injury has changed the body, down to the individual cell. It’s called TDAExplore, which uses the detailed imaging provided by microscopy, pairs it with a hot …

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Passing digitization is no longer “science fiction”

A few years ago, the words “digital” and “digitization”Have been circulated a lot in the real estate industry, and for a while at least I know that a lot of transport agents have simply considered this to be some sort of science fiction talk. A look towards the future rather …

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How Mary Shelley invented science fiction long before HG Wells or Jules Verne

Women have been writing science fiction since the early days of genre novels. Unfortunately, their contributions to the genre can often be dismissed or erased entirely by fans and academics. Recently, there has been a discourse around who “invented” the genre of science fiction. Some attribute the first science fiction …

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Ad Astra Center for Science Fiction and the Speculative Imagination – Locus Online

The Achievement & Assessment Institute (AAI) at the University of Kansas has announced the creation of the Ad Astra Center for Science Fiction and the Speculative Imagination, led by director Chris McKitterick. The center “brings together writers, readers, academics, educators and fans of speculative fiction to study and create works …

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New deep learning method adds 301 planets to Kepler’s total number

“Unlike other machine learning programs that detect exoplanets, ExoMiner is not a black box. . “We can easily explain what characteristics of the data lead ExoMiner to reject or confirm a planet. “ What is the difference between a confirmed and validated exoplanet? A planet is “confirmed”, when different observation …

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Horror, science fiction and dentistry

The Skylight Music Theater goes into the holidays with Ashman and Menken’s quaint Little Monster comedy Little shop of horrors. Director Michael Unger stages a nimble and energetic production of the beloved classic. The strange horror comedy still remains appealing. Kevin James Sievert delivers great warmth as the gentle giant …

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WVWC senior will be published in the Journal of Economic Science Research

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – The research paper by an economics student at West Virginia Wesleyan College has been accepted for publication in the Economics Research Journal. “The Impact of Money Supply on the Economy: A Panel Study of Selected Countries,” was co-authored by Javier De Oña Garcia Matres ’22, also captain …

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University of Washington joins international effort to support data science research and training in Africa

The University of Washington at St. Louis is joining a major international effort to advance data science, catalyze innovation and spur health discovery across Africa. Researchers at the School of Medicine are awarded one of 19 scholarships that will support data science research and training activities in Africa. Researchers will …

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Kim Stanley Robinson on Science Fiction and Reclaiming Science for the Left

KSR In my book, these decisions are made by a nation state that has suffered a huge climate catastrophe. The state wants cooler temperatures instantly, no matter the side effects and no matter what the rest of the world thinks. I can imagine this happening – obviously I imagined it …

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From sci-fi to meaty print

November 21, 2021 (Nanowerk News) And get ready for 4D printing, a morphing technology that seems impossible – much like 3D printing once did Some may have heard of 3D printing in the 1980s and 1990s, but the majority probably never heard the term until the turn of the millennium. …

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Vet Chula and Soi Dog team up to research new method of dog contraception

A doctoral student from the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences at Chulalongkorn University (Vet Chula) is studying a new non-surgical method of canine contraception in collaboration with the animal welfare organization Soi Dog Foundation. Entitled “A Study of Canine Reproductive Proteins Associated with Oocyte Development”, the research project aims to produce …

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Radical Science Fiction 1950 to 1985 by Andrew Nette & Iain McIntyre – Locus Online

Dangerous Visions and New Worlds: Radical Science Fiction 1950-1985, Andrew Nette and Iain McIntyre, eds. (PM Press 978-1-62963-883-6, $ 59.95, 224pp, hc) October 2021. I am a kid of the cyberpunk generation. One of the first genre novels that marked me is that of William Gibson Neuromancer (even if I …

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Electric propulsion matures with Psyche to an asteroid mission

Through Nasa 20 November 2021 On the left, xenon plasma emits a blue glow from an electric Hall-effect thruster identical to those that will propel NASA’s Psyche spacecraft to the main asteroid belt. On the right is a similar non-operational thruster. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech When the time comes to …

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Kerala will have the first communication science research center in the capital – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state’s first Communication Science Research Center (CRCS) will soon be opened at the National Institute of Speech and Hearing (NISH) here, seeking to improve the holistic care and rehabilitation of the community with different capacities. The well-equipped CRCS was designed as a higher education …

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A research group develops a new method for processing image data

An international research team from the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Research Neutron Source (FRM II) of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed new imaging technology. In the future, this technology could not only improve the resolution of neutron measurements by several times, but could also reduce radiation exposure during x-ray …

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Scientists develop promising vaccine method against recurrent urinary tract infections – sciencedaily

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas are studying the use of whole-cell vaccines to fight urinary tract infections (UTI), as part of an effort to tackle the growing problem of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Dr Nicole De Nisco, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and Dr Jeremiah Gassensmith, Associate …

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New method of growing high quality graphene at the platelet scale

An effective method formulated by a team of researchers uses a metal-containing species, copper acetate, to continuously deliver clusters of copper in gaseous form to support growth without transferring graphene to d-scale insulators. ‘a wafer. Left panel: schematic illustration of the growth process of graphene with the presence of Cu …

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New greener method to create Grignard reagents

A simpler and greener technique for creating Grignard reagents – one of the most important and widely used types of reagents in the chemical industry – has been formulated by a team of researchers led by scientists from the University from Hokkaido. (Left) Reaction mixture of metallic magnesium and organic …

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Interview with Neal Stephenson: Can science fiction help solve our biggest problems?

On his almost A four-decade career as a novelist, Neal Stephenson has constructed intricate visions of future worlds that, looking at them now, seem eerily premonitory. He writes about the ways in which unchecked globalization, pollution and technological capitalism could transform our planet. Along the way, he introduced readers to …

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New JILA Method May Help Improve Quantum Communication Networks and Atomic Clocks

JILA researchers tricked nature into tuning a dense quantum gas of atoms to create a crowded “Fermi Sea”, thus keeping the atoms in a state of high energy, or excited, about 10% longer than usual by delaying their normal return to the lowest. -energy state. The technique could be used …

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Cult Movies: Invasion of the Body Snatchers was a game-changer in sci-fi

Invasion of the Body Thieves The 1950s were full of high-concept, low-budget sci-fi B-movies. Some mirrored the atomic angst of the day with radiation-enhanced creatures, invaders from outer space, and even 50-foot women marauding all over our movie screens threatening the American way of life and crushing them. cardboard decorations …

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Scientists develop promising vaccine method

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas are studying the use of whole-cell vaccines to fight urinary tract infections (UTI), as part of an effort to tackle the growing problem of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. Dr Nicole De Nisco, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and Dr Jeremiah Gassensmith, Associate …

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SMART researchers develop a method for the start of

image: Rapid detection of a bacterial infection (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris (Xcc)) in the leafy Choy Sum vegetable using a quantitative algorithm based on Raman spectroscopy. On the right, the Infection Response Index is displayed, which can help farmers identify infections and take action. seen Following Credit: Singapore-MIT Alliance for …

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Albright Adds Equipment to Science Research Institute | Regional News from Berks

READING, Pa .– The Scientific Research Institute at Albright College in Reading celebrates a major upgrade. State-of-the-art equipment is on display inside the new facility on North 11th and Rockland streets. Students in grades 5 to 12 at Berks County schools will be bused after normal school hours to use …

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Researchers develop method for early detection of bacterial infections in crops

Rapid detection of bacterial infection (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris (Xcc)) in leafy Choy Sum greens using a quantitative algorithm based on Raman spectroscopy. On the right, the Infection Response Index is displayed, which can help farmers identify infections and take action. Credit: Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Singapore-MIT …

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New method of carbonyl rearrangement could help identify new drugs, chemicals

Chemists at the University of Chicago have found a more efficient way to allow researchers to rearrange parts of a molecule called carbonyl groups, which can spur research for new pharmaceutical drugs and other useful chemicals. The study’s first author was UChicago postdoctoral researcher Zhao Wu, above. Credit: Dong laboratory …

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New method reports false positives in COVID-19 test results

Share this Item You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. Researchers have developed and tested a process to identify potentially false positive COVID-19 test results. They say the method could help avoid unnecessary quarantine and repeated testing of people who aren’t actually infected. The …

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Sentinel Editorial: Your Right, Wrong Way; Overthrow of Executive Board over $ 22 Million in Vaccine Funding Welcomed, But Opponents Deserved Their Say | Editorial

The Executive Council’s vote last week to approve a $ 22.5 million federal vaccine assistance contract was the right move. However, the way the board went about it was wrong. The contract was one of two offered by the Department of Health and Human Services before the board earlier this …

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FSA helps fund citizen science research projects

The funded projects cover issues such as antimicrobial resistance, food hypersensitivity, and home food safety and hygiene. Funding was provided in collaboration with the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council. Unlike traditional research, these citizen science projects actively involve the public in …

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Scientists propose new method for disinfection of water supply facilities, reports NUST MISIS

MOSCOW, November 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Scientists from NUST MISIS and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology have developed a new approach for disinfecting surfaces of water supply facilities such as water wells, filters, pipes and tanks. They found that ozone treatment is more effective in inactivating viruses …

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Why the world’s military leaders write science fiction writers

The year is 2056. Decades of warfare have resulted in steady advancements in weapon technology, including one of the novelties dubbed the “hyperspeed missile.” Moving at six times the speed of sound, these weapons changed the rules of combat. In order to protect themselves from attacks, armies have designed a …

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Fingerprint method gives forensics a boost

Forensic science has received a boost from the University of Nottingham, where a method of retrieving high-resolution fingerprint images from curved objects has been developed. Image: University of Nottingham The method will allow the observation of fingerprints of objects such as bullet casings with more detail and precision than traditional …

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5 amazing scientific facts that will blow your mind

Children young and old are curious by nature and science is one of those subjects where people learn and explore, testing their minds and playing. Fun facts about everyday life and the great mysteries of the universe always fascinate us, no matter our age. Here are some lesser-known scientific facts …

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Soon, Lucknow’s BSIP will be part of the National Scientific Research University | Lucknow News

LUCKNOW: If all goes well, the Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleosciences (BSIP) will soon be part of a nationwide scientific research university. The Department of Science and Technology is working to establish the first National Scientific and Technological Research University (NSTRU), and scientific institutes like BSIP will be a component. …

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Bengaluru astronomers develop method to better study exoplanets

Indian astronomers have developed a new method that could help better study the atmosphere of exoplanets using the polarization of light. Their breakthrough is an algorithm that can increase the accuracy of exoplanet data by reducing contamination from Earth’s own atmosphere and disturbance from instrumental effects and other factors. This …

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Apple’s testing of this new iPhone facial ID feature seems like science fiction

Face ID is the most sophisticated biometric authentication method available on smartphones and tablets. Introduced with the iPhone X in 2017, Face ID is available on all flagship iPhone and iPad products. This means it’s on all iPhones except the SE and all iPad Pros. Only a few of Apple’s …

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New method proposed for an efficient structure

image: The related result was posted on Langmuir as a cover story seen Following Credit: ZHANG Wei Small particle number (CM) non-spherical clusters have potential applications in coatings, self-assembly of materials, biomedical diagnostics. The sphere has the smallest area under a certain volume, that is, the total Gibbs free energy …

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The Latest in Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror | Science fiction books

Cosmogramma by Courttia Newland (Canongate, £ 12.99)Newland’s Second Adventure in Sci-Fi Territories is a rich and diverse collection of short stories. The first, Percipi, a tale of war between humans and their robot servants, may seem like a poor opening choice, written in a style of exposition and warning. But …

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Best New Sci-Fi Books In November 2021

Shock of termination by Neal Stephenson Type: NovelEditor: William MorrowRelease date: November 16 Den of Geek says: From the author of high-concept books like Seveneves comes one of our favorite things these days: “cli-fi”. Looks like this will be a book of big ideas towards the more difficult side of …

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The method, in mice, may eliminate the need for chemotherapy, radiation therapy, in the treatment of blood cancers, other diseases – sciencedaily

For leukemias, lymphomas and other difficult-to-treat blood cancers, stem cell transplantation is the gold standard of care. The procedure involves replacing a patient’s own hematopoietic stem cells with a donor’s stem cells and in doing so, eradicating cancer cells in the blood, lymph nodes and bone marrow. But many patients …

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Solar engineering: from science fiction to scientific reality

Should humans try to alter the amount of sunlight the Earth receives? Desperate times call for desperate measures, as the saying goes. As scientists, policymakers and politicians keep one eye more and more surprised on the climate change clock and the other on the continuing and upward trend in greenhouse …

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CGT Professor and Colleagues Receive $15 Million Geospatial Science Research Grant

Vetria Byrd, assistant professor of computer graphics technology, and a multidisciplinary research team have received a five-year, $15 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a new science research institute focused on geospatial data. The Institute for Geospatial Understanding through an Integrative Discovery Environment, known as I-GUIDE, will …

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NERSC Seeks Quantum Information Science Research Proposals For Perlmutter Supercomputer

November 10, 2021 – NERSC is seeking proposals to conduct research using NERSC’s Perlmutter supercomputer in the area of ​​quantum information science. All areas of quantum information science are encouraged to apply, including, but not limited to, quantum simulation of chemical materials and systems, quantum circuit compilation algorithms, error mitigation …

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Denis Villeneuve sets the bar for modern science fiction films again

A star-studded cast is setting box office records with incredible storytelling, breathtaking scenery and phenomenal film making. Disclaimer: I am writing this review as someone who has read the original “Dune”, “Dune Messiah” and “Children of Dune” novels by Frank Herbert. “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) …

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Virginia Tech BOV Hears Report on Research, Teaching, and Growth Advancement from College of Science

Posted on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 9:01 p.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on itunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: augustafreepress2@gmail.com Advertising requests: freepress@ntelos.net (© Andriy Blokhin – stock.adobe.com) Virginie Tech College of Sciences Acting Dean …

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University of Maryland IranPoll: Science or Science Fiction?

Opinion and analysis of Reza Behrouz and Mohammad R. Jahan-Parvar on IranPoll and the pitfalls of opinion polls in an authoritarian environment. ————————————————– ————————————————– ——– Every 6 to 12 months, a survey is conducted by a private Toronto-based company called the Iran Poll in collaboration with the University of Maryland …

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Board of Visitors hears report on research, teaching and growth of College of Science advancement | VTX

Virginia Tech college of science Acting Dean Ron Fricker updated Virginia Tech Visitors Council on Sunday, November 7, reporting that the college is “accelerating science” by both increasing its research grants and strengthening philanthropic support, and it is focused on supporting and advancing the university strategic vision. “The College of …

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Toronto Public Library is home to one of the largest science fiction archives on the planet

As a young reader, David Silverberg was influenced by writers JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, David Eddings, and Kurt Vonnegut. His long-standing interest in science fiction and fantasy led him to consult the Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation & Fantasy at the Toronto Public Library (TPL) in 2010. There he …

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Finch director Miguel Sapochnik didn’t want to make a sci-fi movie [Interview]

Tom Hanks has to be one of the most emotionally intuitive actors. In this regard, how is he as a collaborator? I think he’s incredibly pragmatic in his approach to things. It’s an interesting process to watch. You don’t really know what he’s going to do until he does, and …

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10 sci-fi anime that serve as cautionary tales (and what they warn about)

Science fiction has always been far enough away from reality to be fiction, but close enough to teach us the real dangers of the abuse of science. Whether motivated by good intentions or driven by crazed desires for power, anime characters often push their science too far or too fast, …

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Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival 2021, Sydney

TO BUY TICKETS If you’ve spent much of the past two years escaping in sci-fi movies – and yes, that includes pandemic movies, aka everyone’s recent crush for an obvious reason – then you will want to head straight to Sydney’s own movie. festival dedicated to the genre. It’s all …

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Institut Teknologi Bandung Reports Findings in Life Science Research (Cyber ​​Insurance Premium Pricing Using a Dynamic Markov-Based Model with Cluster Structure): Life Science Research

2021 NOV 04 (NewsRx) – By a Journalist-Staff News Editor at Daily Engineering News – New research on Life science research is the subject of a report. According to information from Bandung, Indonesia, per NewsRx correspondents, the research said: “Cyber ​​insurance is a risk management option to cover financial losses …

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Ireland joins European social science research and data sharing group

The move will give social scientists in Ireland access to “thousands of important datasets”. The Irish Social Science Data Archive (ISSDA) of University College Dublin (UCD) was chosen as the national service provider for Ireland, as it joins a European consortium of social science researchers. Ireland’s membership in the Consortium …

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Smithtown HS East Scientific Research Students Take Top Honors

SMITHTOWN, NY – Maria Zeitlin, science research coordinator at Smithtown High School East, believes in the importance of science writing. So she encouraged her science research students to participate in the Stony Brook University-sponsored young investigator writing competition, the school district said in a press release. Eight High School East …

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New digital magazine focuses on hopeful science fiction

Solarpunk magazine will feature fiction, essays, poetry and interviews about futuristic optimism. courtesy of Solarpunk Magazine Your browser does not support the audio element. “Demand utopia! That’s the tagline for a new digital magazine based in Eugene, Oregon. Solarpunk magazine will focus on optimistic ideas about the future. What if …

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Giant laser-wielding robot showcased in Port San Antonio

The sight of the 72-foot-tall, 67-ton robot billed as the world’s largest industrial robot wowed a crowd of robotics enthusiasts, Dutch officials, founders of tech startups, and even children brought in by parents. Xyrec, a Netherlands-based company, showcased its gargantuan technology at a public demonstration last week at Kelly Field, …

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Grants boost AU climate science research efforts – University of Alabama News

Dr Hamed Moftakhari The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has provided funding for climate science and community resilience projects involving researchers from the University of Alabama, Sea Grant programs, and Southeastern universities. NOAA Climate Program Office recently announced over $ 171 million to support projects to address climate challenges in …

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Years of Science Research or Engineering Experience in High School Gives Women the Confidence to Continue in the STEM Pipeline or Seek Advancement in Other Fields: A 20-Year Longitudinal Study

This article was originally published here PLoS One. November 3, 2021; 16 (11): e0258717. doi: 10.1371 / journal.pone.0258717. Electronic collection 2021. ABSTRACT There remains a significant gender imbalance in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce resulting from a leaky pipeline where women begin to lose interest and confidence …

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SIU’s research team aims to take food replication from science fiction to reality

NASA has selected a research team from Southern Illinois University Carbondale to work on a machine that would use microbial processes and recycled carbon to provide tasty and nutritious food for astronauts on future deep space trips. The team, from left to right, includes Poopalasingam Sivakumar, Gayan L. Aruma Baduge, …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in November!

Head down below for the full list of sci-fi titles waiting for you in November! Keep track of all new versions of SFF here. All title summaries are taken and / or summaries from one copy provided by the publisher. Note: Release dates are subject to change. First week (November …

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