Monthly Archives: December 2021

The Latest in Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror – Critic Summary | Books

Monica Byrne’s Real Star (Voyager, £ 20) In his second novel, Byrne weaves three plots, each one thousand years apart. The last days of 1012 are described through the experiences of three royal siblings at the start of the post-classical Mayan era; in December 2012, Leah, a 19-year-old Métis American, …

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Dogs Reveal Scientific Facts With Their Own “Pawdcast”

Bunsen the Bernese and a retriever named BEAKER are the not-so-secret ingredients of a social media science experiment that got a lot of tails… er, tongues… wiggling. It all started when Jason Zackowski, a chemistry teacher at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School in Red Deer, Alta., Added a Bernese Mountain …

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For Weight Loss Resolutions Experts Suggest Finding A Lifestyle Diet Method

People determined to shed pounds in the New Year are faced with a bewildering array of fad diets and rapid weight loss programs. Those who evaluate eating habits and diets such as Intermittent Fasting, the Keto Diet, the Whole 30 Program, and the Mediterranean Diet would do well to keep …

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New method uses cameras to measure pulse, respiratory rate, could help telehealth

Telehealth has become an essential way for physicians to continue providing health care while minimizing in-person contact during COVID-19. But with phone or Zoom appointments, it’s harder for doctors to get a patient’s important vital signs, such as their pulse or respiratory rate, in real time. A team led by …

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dual wavelength method helps plastic repair itself | Dec 2021

SYDNEY, December 29, 2021 – Engineers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have demonstrated a dual wavelength photoinduced approach to help 3D printed plastic cure itself at room temperature and without prior deoxygenation. The UNSW School of Chemical Engineering team have shown that adding a powder to the …

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Why we need a proactively anti-racist scientific method

As early childhood development researchers, we focus on producing science that improves outcomes for children of all walks of life. The Covid-19 pandemic and the national movement for racial justice have only made this work more urgent. Addressing the gap in opportunity for black children and other children of color …

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The team led by DESY is exploring an alternative method for storing hydrogen; Superlattices of Pd nanoclusters seeded by Ir

Researchers led by Andreas Stierle of the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) laid the groundwork for an alternative method of hydrogen storage, using iridium-seeded palladium nanocluster superlattices with cluster diameters of 1.2 nanometers. The team, which also includes researchers from the universities of Cologne and Hamburg, published their findings in the journal …

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2022 Science Fiction Fantasy Movies

Over the next two weeks, we will be previewing 100 of the best films of 2022. Today we continue with the best of science fiction and fantasy … Falling moon With: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Donald Sutherland Director: Roland Emmerich Release Date: …

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SmartFlareTM is a reliable method to assess mRNA expression in single neural stem cells

One of the most difficult tasks in modern biology concerns the real-time monitoring and quantification of mRNA expression in living cells. In this regard, a new platform called SmartFlareMT took advantage of nanoconstructions linked to fluorophores to target RNA transcripts. Although fluorescence emission does not account for the spatial distribution …

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Locally developed police de-escalation method obtains national certification

A method of defusing clashes and restraining people – devised by a company of retired San Antonio police officers to prevent incidents like the one in which the Minneapolis police killed George Floyd – has received national certification and is now taught in other states. Called the CALM approach, the …

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“It’s not a science fiction technology”: they create a revolutionary device that turns the air into drinking water

The Kara Water company based in New York (USA) has created a distributor that transforms the air around us into drinking water, which can generate up to 10 liters up to date. “I grew up in a town where there was bacteria in the well for 10 years and it …

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5 sci-fi movies you can watch on Christmas

5 sci-fi movies to watch this Christmas Just because it’s Christmas is Christmas that you should stop watching science fiction. No, not this year or any year for that matter. Not so much as it’s sci-fi themed movies set for Christmas or sci-fi movies released for Christmas. No, we will …

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New method to stabilize perovskites for inexpensive solar cells

Researchers have developed a method to stabilize a promising material known as perovskite for cheap solar cells, without compromising its near-perfect performance. Researchers at the University of Cambridge used an organic molecule as a “template” to guide the perovskite films into the desired phase as they formed. Their results are …

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CD BioSignal Presents Diabetes and Metabolism Solutions for Life Science Research

CD BioSignal, a US provider of life sciences and CRO research products, recently presented a comprehensive panel of research solutions covering all aspects of diabetes and metabolism and the study of metabolic diseases to provide the scientific community with a better and deeper understanding of metabolic regulation. Metabolism describes the …

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Study Indicates New Method For Detecting Complications Caused By P. vivax In Malaria Patients

A research group led by scientists from the University of Campinas in Brazil found that the total parasite biomass was a better predictor of malaria complications than the parasite load in the blood. The discovery may help develop a treatment and vaccine for Plasmodium vivax. Credit: JR Baker / Wellcome …

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Science Fiction: Elyse Flayme and the Final Flood

Molly gave me a sour look. “You know what I think about this kind of bleaching.” I did; everyone did. Elyse Flayme’s best friend Meritxell always came up with ways to keep using magic and delay the destruction of Arrenia, and Elyse always said, We have to choose what matters …

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Politics and people | Making climate science research more accessible

On December 16, Union Minister of State (Science and Technology) Jitendra Singh told the Rajya Sabha that natural disasters such as cyclones and floods had increased in the country in recent years. These extreme weather events, as scientists have said, are due to the climate crisis. The Sixth Assessment Report …

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New method may, for example, help make already approved drugs even more effective – ScienceDaily

Researchers have presented a method that allows the heavier hydrogen “brother” deuterium to be specifically introduced into many different molecules. The deuterated compounds thus obtained are more stable with respect to degradation by certain enzymes. Drugs produced using this method may be effective for longer, which means they need to …

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The art collective Otolith Group creates “a science fiction of the present”

“At the very end, this experimental drummer called Charles Hayward, plays 16 musical instruments for six hours, creating all kinds of percussion, from gongs to cowbells to darboukas. He was told to imagine sheep bells in Sardinia… ” Kodwo Eshun, half of the art collective The Otolith Group, which also …

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The study points to a new method of detecting com

In an article published in the review life sciences, researchers at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in São Paulo State, Brazil, describe a new strategy for detecting imbalances and complications in patients infected with Plasmodium vivax, one of the parasites responsible for malaria and the main cause of the disease …

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American cyber hegemony: science fiction come true

Editor’s Note: The United States has been at war for more than 200 of its 245 years of existence. Between the end of World War II and September 11 – barely 50 years ago – the United States sparked 201 conflicts that ravaged 153 countries and regions. “America: War by …

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K. Nisa Hashim Method Helps Students Achieve A’s and A’s *

K.Nisa Hashim has been teaching for over ten years and has written two books, “Raising Your Little Giants! And “For the love of mathematics!”. She teaches math and science courses in Singapore for primary and lower secondary education in Singapore. She has a background in biomedical electronics, digital media, and …

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Two-step scalable annealing method for the preparation of ultra-high density single-atom catalyst libraries

Figure (a) shows the strategy for preparing single atom ultra high density catalysts (UHD-SAC). Figure (b) shows the ring dark field transmission electron microscopy (STEM) image of an ultra-high density single atom platinum metal on nitrogen doped carbon. Figure (c) shows a photograph of the robotic synthesis platform and the …

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The global fluidics market for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications is expected to grow by $ 10.38 billion during the period 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of 19.10% during the forecast period.

Global Fluidics Market for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences, and Clinical Applications 2021-2025 New York, December 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Fluidics for Preclinical, Life Science Research, and Clinical Applications Market 2021-2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05976133/?utm_source=GNW 38 billion during 2021-2025, increasing at a CAGR of …

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Method to “propel innovation” by mixing cow’s milk with vegetable proteins

Describe their work in the Journal of Dairy Science, The method involves the use of casein micelles (CM) in cow’s milk as carriers of plant protein or other nutrients such as vitamins and minerals. “Vegetable proteins, such as those from peas, can be difficult to use in foods due to …

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Science fiction revisited: ramjet propulsion

In science fiction stories about contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, there is a problem: What kind of propulsion system could bridge the enormous distances between stars? This cannot be done with ordinary rockets like those used to travel to the Moon or Mars. Many more or less speculative ideas on this …

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Adaptations of musicals, sci-fi, drama and comics to screen in Bendigo cinemas on Boxing Day. | Bendigo Advertiser

news, local news, The BLOCKBUSTERS returned to Boxing Day after the pandemic largely closed theaters during the year. At the Bendigo cinemas, three films will be premiered on December 26 with titles that are sure to appeal to all members of the family. Following their 2016 hit animated film, Sing, …

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Global Bovine Serum Albumin Markets Over $ 500 Million, 2021-2026 by Preparation Method, Shape, Grade, End User, Geography, Competitive Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com | Commercial application

DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 21, 2021– The global bovine serum albumin market is estimated to be worth USD 420.15 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 512.41 million by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 4.05%. Bovine serum albumin is widely used in the research and …

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Global Bovine Serum Albumin Markets Over $ 500 Million, 2021-2026 by Preparation Method, Form, Grade, End User, Geography, Competitive Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com | Nation / World

DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 21, 2021– The report “Global Bovine Serum Albumin Market (2021-2026) by Preparation Method, Form, Grade, End User and Geography, Competitive Analysis and Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” has been added to the offering from ResearchAndMarkets.com. The global bovine serum albumin market is estimated …

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New Behavioral Science Research Reveals It’s Not Necessarily Enough to Get Consumers to Commit to Recycling

Published 21-12-21 Proposed by Tetra Pack To better understand how to improve recycling, specifically how to get more consumers to recycle their food and beverage cartons, the Carton Council of North America recently commissioned a behavioral science study that identified the factors that play into decisions of recycling. the a …

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Clemson professor wins national awards for plant science research Clemson News

December 21, 2021January 4, 2022 Sruthi NarayananAssistant Professor of Crop Ecophysiology in the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciencesreceived two national awards for his work in agronomy. Sruthi Narayanan, Assistant Professor of Crop Ecophysiology at Clemson, receives the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) Early Career Award from CSSA …

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New recycling method turns plastic into fertilizer Press briefing with Assistant Professor Daisuke Aoki

Aoki (left; corresponding author) and Abe (right; first author) holding plants and commercially available polycarbonate goggles On October 28, the Tokyo Institute of Technology held an online press briefing with Assistant Professor Daisuke Aoki from the Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, School of Chemical Materials and Technology. He discussed …

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An alternative statistical method could improve clinical trials

An alternative statistical method perfected and advanced by Cornell researchers may make clinical trials more reliable and trustworthy while helping to address what has been called a “replicability crisis” in the scientific community. In a new paper published this month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Cornell …

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Fujifilm Renews Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School for Translational Science Research | News

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation (Fujifilm) today announced that it has renewed its commitment to the Fujifilm Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School (HMS) to advance education and research in the field of translational medicine, the process of applying basic laboratory research to …

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Fujifilm Renews Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School for Translational Science Research

Fujifilm also congratulates the 2021 scholarship recipients CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation (Fujifilm) today announced that it has renewed its commitment to the Fujifilm Fellowship Fund at Harvard Medical School (HMS) to advance education and research in the field of translational medicine, the …

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Science fiction revisited: the Ramjet propulsion

Artist’s impression of the Ramjet propulsion system. Credit: NASA In science fiction stories about contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, there is a problem: What kind of propulsion system could bridge the enormous distances between stars? This cannot be done with ordinary rockets like those used to travel to the Moon or …

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Medical journals replace scientific method with critical racial ideology

Rejection was common for medical sociologist Thomas LaVeist when attempting to publish his research on the effects of racism on black health. “Now,” said the 60-year-old dean of Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, “I have these same journals asking me to write articles for them.” LaVeist’s …

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Chengdu ist Gastgeber der 79. World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon 2023) | Business and finance

WASHINGTON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 19, 2021– Chengdu (China) hat den Zuschlag für die Austragung der 79. World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon 2023) auf der DisCon III erhalten, der Worldcon 2021 in Washington DC am 18. Dezember 2021 (Pekinger Zeit). Die beiden anderen Bewerber waren Memphis (USA) und Winnipeg …

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Killer robots are not science fiction. A push to ban them is growing., World News

It may have seemed like an obscure United Nations conclave, but a meeting this week in Geneva was closely watched by experts in artificial intelligence, military strategy, disarmament and humanitarian law. The reason for the interest? Killer robots – drones, weapons and bombs that decide on their own, with artificial …

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Killer robots are not science fiction. A push to ban them grows

It may have seemed like an obscure United Nations conclave, but a meeting this week in Geneva was closely watched by experts in artificial intelligence, military strategy, disarmament and humanitarian law. The reason for the interest? Killer robots – drones, weapons and bombs that decide on their own, with artificial …

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Killer robots are not science fiction. A push to ban them is growing.

It may have seemed like an obscure United Nations conclave, but a meeting this week in Geneva was closely watched by experts in artificial intelligence, military strategy, disarmament and humanitarian law. The reason for the interest? Killer robots – drones, weapons and bombs that decide on their own, with artificial …

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Science-Fiction, ‘The Decameron’ and other letters to the editor

Many famous biographies and stories – including those of Hilaire Belloc (1909), André Castelot (1957), Stanley Loomis (1972), Claude Manceron (1974), Desmond Seward (1981), Simon Schama (1989), Evelyne Lever (2000) , Antonia Fraser (2001), Munro Price (2014) and John Hardman (2019) – examined the evidence for an affair and, while …

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After So Many Years In Sci-Fi It Is Coming To Reality: China Has Weapons Of Mind Control

As if it was an 80s film set in a dystopian future, the United States government added new companies to its blacklist and one of them was vetoed for the development of mind control weapons. The United States has added 37 other organizations, including 33 Chinese, to its list of …

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Autocratic AI Dystopias: From Science Fiction to Social Science Fact

Researchers hailed artificial intelligence (AI) technology as the basis for a “fourth industrial revolution” (Schwab 2016) – a general-purpose technology that is expected to deliver productivity gains, boost economic growth, and transform the world. world we live in (Bughin and Hazan 2017, Aghion et al 2017, Agrawal et al 2018, …

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Lessons from science fiction on how to tackle climate change

In the summer of 2021, nearly 600 people died in British Columbia during a heat wave. In November 2021, precipitation from an atmospheric river hit the province. The two real-world catastrophes are eerily reminiscent of the events of the 2020 sci-fi novel, The ministry of the future. “It was an …

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A study highlights a “promising” method of combining milk and vegetable proteins in dairy applications

“The objective of this study was to create a stable colloidal dispersion of casein micelles (CM) with pea protein (PP) to improve the solubility of PP in aqueous solution”,explained scientists from the Department of Food Science and Technology at Ohio State University, who recently published their report in the Journal …

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A method to observe the potential of cancer cells to metastasize in the body

Credit: CC0 Public Domain When cancer cells metastasize, they metamorphose, taking the form of a missile in order to enter other tissues throughout the body. In fact, in order to travel throughout the body, metastatic cancer cells must change their phenotype, that is, their physical characteristics. This change allows the …

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New method allows for more accurate prediction of battery failures

Electricity is not available to millions of people around the world. One key to overcoming this problem while avoiding carbon emissions and air pollution is to set up decentralized solar battery systems. Image credit: University of Oxford. However, such solar battery systems are hampered by high costs and remote locations …

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Simple method to recycle okara using 3D printing

3D printed okara models by DIW. 3D printed freeze dried okara snacks with different fill levels and sizes. Credit: SUTD Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have developed a method to perform 3D printing by direct ink writing (DIW) of okara, a soybean byproduct generated by …

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Machine learning-based method predicts battery failure more accurately

Millions of people around the world do not have access to electricity. Decentralized solar battery systems are key to solving this problem while avoiding carbon emissions and air pollution, but are hampered by relatively high costs and rural areas that prevent timely preventive maintenance. When the batteries in these systems …

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Science, research and strengthening of the American market, keys to the future for Oryzon

During the third quarter of 2021, at Oryzon, we maintained our traditional high investment rate, reaching 9.6 million euros in R&D, mainly for the clinical development of our iadademstat oncology and vafidemstat neurology programs. Currently, the first of these is being evaluated in a phase II clinical trial (ALICE) investigating …

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Bruker: Mestrelab and ZONTAL Support Effective Life Sciences Research Using Advanced Analytical Data Management and Molecular Analysis Software Platform

Press release Mestrelab and ZONTAL support efficient life science research with advanced analytical data management and molecular analysis software platform SAINT-JACQUES DE COMPOSTELLE, Spain – December 15, 2021 – Mestrelab, a leading chemistry and life science software company and ZONTAL, a leading analytical data center provider, have developed an innovative …

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SUTD researchers have developed a simple method for you

image: 3D printed freeze-dried okara snacks with different fill levels and sizes. see Following Credit: SUTD Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have developed a method to perform direct ink writing (DIW) 3D printing from okara—A soybean by-product generated from the production of soymilk and tofu …

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New Synthesis Method Produces Superior Membrane For Carbon Capture And Storage – ScienceDaily

Carbon capture and storage, a key way to reduce CO2 concentrations in emissions, consists in separating the CO2 from a gas mixture using a membrane. Thus, scientists have directed their efforts towards improving these membranes. In a new study, a Japanese team presents a new method of synthesizing a promising …

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Denis Villeneuve de Dune sets his sights on his next science fiction film

After adapting a sci-fi monster for the big screen – Frank Herbert’s Dune – French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve has set his sights on his next ambitious sci-fi adaptation – Arthur C. Clarke’s Rendezvous with Rama. Arthur C. Clarke is one of the best-known science fiction writers, but although he co-wrote …

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Trinity Materials Science Research Projects Obtain European Innovation Council Funding

The awards represent Trinity’s first success under Horizon Europe funding program To print To print Life Read more: AMBER Horizon Europe is looking for Trinity Two research projects coordinated by Principal Investigators at Trinity College Dublin and Amber, the Irelandentre Science Foundation for Advanced Materials Research and Bioengineering, have secured …

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Method could help speed up genetic discovery in obesity study – sciencedaily

Fat – it’s vital for life, but too much can lead to a host of health problems. Studying how fatty or fatty tissue works in the body is essential for understanding obesity and other issues, but the structural differences in fat cells and their distribution throughout the body make this …

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Cyber ​​warfare presents a major “science fiction” threat to Defense: Alastair MacGibbon | Canberra weather

news, federal policy, cybersecurity, alastair macgibbon, national security, cybercx, acsc, cyber warfare, adf, defense Cyber ​​warfare was once science fiction, but it is now one of the biggest threats to Australia’s defense forces, a former national security adviser has warned. Former director of Australia’s Cyber ​​Security Center, Alastair MacGibbon, who …

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A new method to measure the essential properties of spin waves in graphene

Spin waves, a change in the spin of electrons that propagates through a material, could fundamentally change the way devices store and transport information. These waves, also called magnons, do not disperse and do not couple with other particles. Under the right conditions, they can even act as a superfluid, …

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A comprehensive method of non-uniformity correction for EMCCD

EMCCD imaging model The single pixel imaging model in EMCCD is shown in the equation. (2). $$ {image} _ {out} = {k} _ {1} * left[left({k}_{0}*photons+{b}_{0}right)*Gright]+ {b} _ {1} + {image} _ {dark} $$ (2) In this equation, (photons ) is the original single pixel signal entering the imaging area; …

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The top 10 most read science, research and technology articles in 2021

Covid-19 and Food Transmission: Meat, Dairy, Nuts, Fruits and Vegetables Potential Carriers, But Cannot Spread the Virus – Review More studies are emerging on food products as a potential vector of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to a review of research, but there is no evidence that it …

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Movie Review: “Swan Song” is a completely stoic and touching sci-fi thriller

Director: Benjamin ClaireWriters: Benjamin ClaireStars: Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina, Glenn Close Synopsis: When a loving husband and father is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he is presented with a controversial alternative solution to replace himself with a carbon copy clone. Swan song is not your typical sci-fi thriller. Set …

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Scientists propose a new method of sustainable development

image: Researchers used plant-derived acrylate and acetaldehyde as raw materials to produce PCTA and CHDM see Following Credit: DICP Poly (1,4-cyclohexylene dimethylene terephthalate-co-isophthalate) (PCTA) is an important copolyester that has been widely used in cosmetic containers, household appliances, and medical packaging. Currently, PCTA is made by polycondensation of cyclohexanedimethanol (CHDM), …

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New inexpensive method to detect lime in soil – sciencedaily

Scientists at the University of Adelaide have developed a new, simple, inexpensive, and rapid method for detecting and measuring very low concentrations of agricultural lime in soils, which is usually a long and difficult exercise. The research is published in the leading soil science journal Geoderma. The doctoral student and …

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Recycling method reduces environmental footprint of plastic waste stream – sciencedaily

Plastics found in electronic waste (e-waste) are rarely recycled due to their complex composition and dangerous additives, but scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a new use for them – by reusing them as an alternative to plastics used in laboratory cell culture vessels, such as …

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CDPHE data reveals dramatic increase in unsafe abortion methods – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

According to several studies, the most recent abortion data for the state of Colorado shows a dramatic increase in the use of potentially dangerous abortion drugs that several peer-reviewed studies have linked to higher rates of complications. Public data collected by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and …

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New method for measuring spin waves brings us one step closer to spin superfluidity – sciencedaily

Spin waves, a change in the spin of electrons that propagates through a material, could fundamentally change the way devices store and transport information. These waves, also called magnons, do not disperse and do not couple with other particles. Under the right conditions, they can even act as a superfluid, …

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The upcycling method reduces the environmental footprint of the plastic waste stream

Scientists at NTU Singapore have developed a new use for plastics found in electronic waste, which are rarely recycled – reusing them as an alternative to plastics used in laboratory cell culture containers, such as Petri dishes. Credit: NTU Singapore Plastics found in electronic waste (e-waste) are rarely recycled due …

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We played these minds between science fiction and horror

Dolmen is an Action RPG which, like many titles, is inspired by the series Evil spirits. However, the game stands out for its somewhat Lovecraftian inspiration which above all takes advantage of the vocabulary of the science fiction genre to offer us a framework and a landscape different from what …

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NEW BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE RESEARCH REVEALS THAT CONSUMERS COMMITTING TO RECYCLING IS NOT NECESSARILY ENOUGH | Texas

DENTON, TX, December 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — To better understand how to improve recycling, particularly how to get more consumers to recycle their food and beverage cartons, the Carton Council of North America recently commissioned a behavioral science study that identified the factors that play into recycling decisions. the a …

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New inexpensive method to detect lime in soil

Scientists at the University of Adelaide have developed a new, simple, inexpensive, and rapid method for detecting and measuring very low concentrations of agricultural lime in soils, which is usually a long and difficult exercise. The research is published in the leading scientific soil journal Geoderma. The doctoral student and …

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Science fiction writers discuss the joy of building a world

Through Andrew Warrick Friday night at C2E2, science fiction writers Timothy Zahn (Star Wars: Thrawn), Dalila S. Dawson (Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga), JS Dewes (The last watch), and Sue burke (Semiosis) gathered for a panel to discuss world building. Zahn chose the sci-fi genre because of “the chance to …

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Usbek & Rica – The ‘human science fiction’ dear to François Schouten and Sylvain Tesson was published on Mars

The approach is ecological, from an environment seen as protective: “The environment consists in preserving what is, hence the decision of the characters to preserve Mars from human gluttony”, identifies Sylvain Tyson. Subterranean dystopia Because in the tale, the situation on Earth has not yet finished deteriorating, leading 30 billion …

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The method of “precision agriculture”, one of the many scientific impulses to improve agriculture in India

NEW DELHI – As the strongest pillar on which our ancient societies have relied from time immemorial, farming as a profession has had a lasting impact on the economy as well as the quality of life of the Common Indian. However, even with the use of new technologies and rapid …

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Scientists find faster way to predict space weather

Scientists have identified a faster method of forecasting space weather using solar radio bursts (SRBs) from flares caused by coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the Sun that have been found to quickly predict dangers of space weather, using ground-based instruments. . Solar flares, mainly caused by coronal mass ejections or …

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The best books of 2021: science fiction

If science fiction reflects the present instead of imagining the future, then 2021 should have seen a wave of pandemic stories. This did not happen, perhaps because the writers are so aware of all of their many predecessors, until Jack London and his “Scarlet Plague” in 1912. How do you …

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Gary K. Wolfe reviews best science fiction of the year, volume 2 by Jonathan Strahan – locus online

The best science fiction of the year, volume 2, Jonathan Strahan, ed. (Saga 978-1534449626, $ 18.99, 624 pp, tp) September 2021. In his introduction to his second Best Science Fiction of the Year For Saga Press, Jonathan Strahan observes, unsurprisingly, that 2020 has been an extremely strange year, and not …

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British scientists develop new test method for biomaterials

A new way to test biomaterials, developed by scientists at the University of Sheffield, could help identify those that are unsuitable for clinical use, helping to avoid a repeat of the vaginal mesh scandal. Polypropylene surgical net, also known as PP mesh, has been associated with serious clinical complications in …

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Fluidics Market 19.10% for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences and Clinical Applications | Increasing prevalence of chronic diseases to stimulate growth

The market size of fluidics for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications is expected to grow by $ 10.38 billion from 2020 to 2025. The growth dynamics of the market will accelerate at a CAGR of 19.10%. The year-over-year growth rate of the market in 2021 is 13.00%. Read …

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Fluidics Market 19.10% for Preclinical Research, Life Sciences and Clinical Applications | increase in prevalence of chronic diseases to stimulate growth | Technavio |

NEW YORK, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The fluidics market for preclinical research, life sciences and clinical applications will depend on factors such as the increasing prevalence of chronic disease. This has increased research activities in this area. This has also led to the need for new advanced …

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The POSTECH team develops a test method to detect the Omicron variant

A research team from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) has developed diagnostic technology to detect the Covid-19 Omicron variant in just 20 minutes. A research team, led by Professor Lee Jeong-wook of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Pohang University of Science and Technology, has developed a new …

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Invasion: Apple TV Season 2 Renewal + Sci-Fi Series – Canceled + Renewed TV Shows

The fight for survival will continue on Apple TV +. The streaming service has renewed the Invasion TV series for a second season. The sci-fi show premiered in October and its finale airs on Friday. With Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Sam Neill, Firas Nassar and Shioli Kutsuna, Invasion revolves around …

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3D imaging method can help doctors better determine the aggressiveness of prostate cancer

Engineering | Health and Medicine | Press releases | Sciences | Technology December 9, 2021 A team led by the University of Washington has developed a new non-destructive method that images entire 3D biopsies instead of a slice. The 3D images provided more information than a 2D image – in …

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A new method makes it possible to make a wet tissue

image: drawing of the construction of tissue-like layered hydrogels with apparent layered, anisotropic and hierarchical structures by UV-SCIRP method. see Following Credit: LICP Chinese researchers recently demonstrated an innovative chemical method to design various layered hydrogels exhibiting wet and slippery characteristics at room temperature. This method, known under the name …

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New method uses optical cavities to improve atomic interferometers

A new concept has been developed which has the potential to aid new instruments in the investigation of fundamental scientific topics such as gravitational waves and dark matter. The concept is described in an article written by British researchers at Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing at the University of …

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New method to make wet and slippery tissue-like hydrogels

Drawing of the construction of tissue-like layered hydrogels with apparent layered, anisotropic and hierarchical structures by UV-SCIRP method. Credit: LICP Chinese researchers recently demonstrated an innovative chemical method to design various layered hydrogels exhibiting wet and slippery characteristics at room temperature. This method, known as “Ultraviolet Initiated Surface Catalysis Triggered …

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Science fiction and authors of color by Joy Sanchez-Taylor – Locus Online

Diverse futures: science fiction and authors of color, Joy Sanchez-Taylor (Ohio State University Press 978-0814257975, $ 29.95, 188pp, bp) August 2021. In his introduction to Various futuresJoy Sanchez-Taylor writes that this “project hopes to draw attention to sci-fi authors of color who are often overlooked by critics and editors when …

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Zhiying Li developed a method to predict Streamflow

Using the hydrological modeling techniques she created, Zhiying Li is able to predict how the volume of water may change over decades in several hundred US watersheds. (Photo courtesy of Zhiying Li) Editor’s Note: Zhiying Li wins The Story Exchange’s first annual Women In Science Incentive Prize. Growing up in …

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Woman leaves people divided over method to prevent her cat from damaging the Christmas tree

A woman on TikTok shared her secret to making sure her cat stays away from her Christmas tree this year, but her method has divided opinion among internet users. Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8to cancel Play now TikToker shares method to prevent cats from damaging …

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The best sci-fi and fantasy books of 2021

In the gray haze of an uncertain year, these books stand out with vivid colors and waves of intense emotion. They are only organized by the order in which I read them. By Elizabeth Knox (Viking, 640 pages, $ 28) There are so many vast, sprawling, protean wonders between its …

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New method for early detection of bacterial infections in crops

The method based on Raman spectroscopy allows the early detection and quantification of pathogens in plants, in order to improve the management of plant diseases. Researchers from the Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRG) on Disruptive and Sustainable Technologies for Agricultural Precision (DiSTAP) of Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), the …

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Notre Dame University of Maryland Expands Scientific Research with Endowed Chair

A new endowed chair at Notre Dame University of Maryland in Baltimore will give students better access to work in scientific research while pursuing careers in the sciences. The $ 1.5 million Mary Kay Shartle-Galotto Chair in Biological Sciences honors a member of the Class of 1964 and a longtime …

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New method of ammonia production could reduce global greenhouse gas production by 2%

A farmer sprays a liquid fertilizer based on ammonium nitrate and urea on pre-emergent crops. Credit: Flickr. About 50% of the world’s food production relies on fertilizers based on ammonia, an important source of nitrogen essential for plant growth. In some fields, it is not uncommon to see 90 kg …

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Trince reports cheaper, faster and safer method than viral vectors

The funds supporting the spin-off included Novalis Biotech Acceleration, a Flemish innovation fund specializing in early investments in biotechnology and life science start-ups; Qbic II, the Belgian interuniversity venture capital fund; and a group of experienced private investors also participated. Trince plans to grow to 35 to 40 employees within …

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Optimized method to detect large dimension entanglement

0. Credit: DOI: 10.1103 / PhysRevLett.127.220501″ width =”500″ height =”192″/> Experimental results of the optimal 1 − pI − pII for the states. The experimental values ​​for p = 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1 of the state ρpUNF in (a) and p = 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0 , …

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Study finds best way for drones to observe elephants with least impact

Researchers from the University of Stellenbosch (SU) were involved in the first ever article to be published containing practical guidelines and a suggested ethical protocol on how to minimize disturbance to elephants when flying over them with drones. The article, published in the journal Koedeo – African Protected Area Conservation …

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