Monthly Archives: February 2022

‘The Hidden Hindu’ is an amalgamation of mythology and science fiction: Akshat Gupta

Interview with Mr. Akshat Gupta, author of the forthcoming book ‘The Hidden Hindu’. Mr. Gupta reveals some interesting facts about his upcoming book and talks at length about mythology as a genre. Q- As we all know that your next book “The Hidden Hindu” is about to be launched, tell …

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Herophilus Publishes a General Method for Detecting Relevant Signals in Machine Learning Analysis of Complex Biological Datasets | Business

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 28, 2022– Herophilus, a leading biotechnology company developing neurotherapies to cure complex brain diseases, today announced the publication of research describing a new statistical method to identify and analyze the effects of potentially confounding variables on models of machine learning for complex biological datasets. The ability of …

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Three crazy DARPA projects that sound more like science fiction than science

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies that may be used for military purposes. The agency was established on February 7, 1958. It was originally known as the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) …

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HBKU college considers an objective method to monitor sports training

The College of Health and Life Sciences (CHLS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) presented a lecture by influential researcher from the University of South Australia, Professor Jon Buckley, highlighting the using heart rate kinetics to monitor the physical performance of athletes. Professor Buckley, Dean of Programs at the University …

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‘It sounds like science fiction’: Aroa Biosurgery uses sheep to help humans heal

A New Zealand biotech company is turning guts into a potential goldmine, using part of sheep stomachs to create high-tech soft-tissue healing products for humans. Aroa Bioscience has sold more than five million of its medical “devices” derived from sheep stomachs since winning FDA approval in the United States in …

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Portland, OR Author Publishes Science Fiction Novel

Legend of the Maara, a new book by Patrick Castles, has been published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. While studying the distant planet of Earth, Maara, along with his teammates Chaperone, Jason Tabor, an archaeologist, is kidnapped and wakes up naked and alone in a plain white room with no …

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Century-old technology inspires early warning method for detecting tsunamis and earthquakes

Newswise – A million miles of fiber optic cables lie on the ocean floor, carrying telecommunications signals across vast stretches of ocean to keep the world connected. A new international collaboration, including experts from the University of Texas at Austin, aims to turn them into a global early warning system …

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UC Santa Cruz joins the Social Science Research Council

The University of California, Santa Cruz has joined the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) as one of the new members of the College and University Fund for the Social Sciences. This affiliation positions UC Santa Cruz as a national and international leader in the social sciences and will provide new …

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Scientists Invent Imaging Method to Assess Quality of 3D Printed Metal Parts

Analyzing unique crystal patterns on the surface of a 3D printed metal can pave the way for certification and quality assessment of parts made by additive manufacturing. Credit: Nanyang Technological University Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a fast and inexpensive imaging method that can analyze …

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Detection method for transparent glass cleaning device, image processing approach

When the camera is focused on the dust particles, the background is blurred as shown in Fig. 1a. At this point, the dust particles to be separated are in focus and the background, which should be ignored, is out of focus. To distinguish between the two, an edge detection method …

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Regeneration of limbs and organs is not science fiction

The Morphoceuticals co-founder believes that regeneration research conducted in frogs can eventually be recreated in humans – it’s only a matter of time. Last month, we told you the story of Morphoceuticals Inc and its successful regeneration of the hind leg of an African clawed frog – a species that …

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One of the best sci-fi books in 2022: Blissful Ignorance is a must-read for sci-fi fans

New York, New York – (Newsfile Corp. – February 23, 2022) – Author Jaylen Wilson continues to captivate audiences with her debut novel, blessed ignorance. Combining sci-fi elements with the action of adventure, Wilson’s work is a refreshing take on the genre that explores the toxic nature of power, whether …

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Blissful Ignorance is a must-read for sci-fi fans

New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – February 23, 2022) – Author Jaylen Wilson continues to captivate audiences with her debut novel, blessed ignorance. Combining sci-fi elements with the action of adventure, Wilson’s work is a refreshing take on the genre that explores the toxic nature of power, whether misplaced or …

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Method enables CO2 recycling and drug development simultaneously

Researchers from the Institute for Chemical Reaction Design and Discovery (ICReDD) at Hokkaido University have developed a technique that could help recycle waste carbon dioxide (CO2) while creating beneficial molecules for drug development. Artistic representation of electricity allowing the addition of CO2 to heteroaromatic compounds. Image credit: Tsuyoshi Mita. Besides …

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Dune, science fiction in the sand by Denis Villeneuve

Name: dunes Director: Dennis Villeneuve. Scenario: Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve and Eric Roth. Performers: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Stellan Skarsgard, Zendaya, Javier Bardem. producer: Legendary Images; Villeneuve Films; Pictures from Warner Bros. SynopsisThe regents of House Atreides live comfortably in their impregnable Caladan. Faced with his growing power, …

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Scientific research fellows will hold upcoming workshops

Photo taken at the SRF workshop, 2022. DePauw has scholarship programs such as Media Fellows, Management Fellows, and special programs like the Honor Scholar Program that students can participate in to enhance their skills and take a step toward their future career path. To be in these programs, students must …

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UAE ‘ready to become a global hub’ for life science research and innovation

The UAE is poised to become a medical research and innovation powerhouse on the international stage and could pave the way for the development of new vaccines against deadly diseases, a US health expert has said. A year on from a £1bn ($1.38bn) investment deal with the United Arab Emirates …

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A Greek academic leads a revolutionary method to help children with autism overcome their fears

Research by Greek academic Dr Haris Karnezi in collaboration with Dr Kevin Tierney of Trinity College Dublin has been declared groundbreaking in helping children with autism overcome their fears. Research that promotes the use of interactive fairy tales in the treatment process has highlighted a case in which the Cognitive …

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Novel Method to Develop Nanotechnology Bacteria for Photothermal Cancer Immunotheranostics

There is substantial interest in understanding and designing nanotechnology bacteria to fight various deadly cancer diseases. However, conventional nanotechnology approaches adopt genetic manipulation to attenuate and enhance the effectiveness of bacteria. Moreover, complicated chemical reactions were essential in previous approaches. Scientists from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology …

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How Science Fiction Can Solve the Crisis of the Political Imagination

Image Credit: College Park National Archives / Wikimedia Commons In the first line of her 2021 book on science fiction, Sherryl Vint writes, “It has become axiomatic to say that the world is becoming like science fiction,” and with the rapid advances in science and technology , things once dreamed …

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Method of Rating Nigerian Universities Helping Unemployment – LAUTECH don

Posted February 22, 2022 The Director of the LAUTECH Open and Distance Learning Center, Prof. Tayo Arulogun, has blamed the rising graduate unemployment rate in Nigeria on the traditional paper-based assessment method present in universities across the country. Arulogun said the system has now become counterproductive and should be scrapped. …

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OPDP Social Science Research Program: Aiming to understand how healthcare providers and patients interpret prescription drug information

CDER’s Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP) four-person research team investigates issues related to promotional communications about prescription drugs directly to consumers and healthcare providers. The team uses methodologies such as surveys, experimental research, and qualitative research in its efforts. The team also provides technical assistance within the FDA and …

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A vital contribution to conservation efforts — ScienceDaily

Amphibian biodiversity is in decline worldwide and collecting information about their habitats and populations through monitoring is vital for conservation efforts. However, it is difficult to accurately monitor amphibians using conventional methods. To address these issues, a collaborative research team has developed a new technique to identify amphibian species that …

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36 Streets Review: Gumshoe gangster – SciFiNow

Set in a cyberpunk future of Vietnam, author TR Napper brings a new sci-fi take on the gangster thriller with 36 streets. When a mysterious tech tycoon responsible for creating Vietnam’s most controversial virtual reality game goes missing on Hanoi’s lawless 36 streets, an eccentric British billionaire turns to local …

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This Mind-Blowing Science Facts Reddit Thread Is The Craziest Thing You’ll Read This Week

Science is full of weird and wacky things. From how our bodies work to how light moves through space, there are many things that can surprise and intrigue us. Now a user group on reddit started a massive thread full of mind-blowing science facts. If you are a science nerd …

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Xavier’s 3rd Campus To House Pg, Science Research Depts | Kolkata News

Kolkata: St Xavier’s College plans to move research-based science departments as well as some post-graduation departments to the third campus under construction in Anandapur, off EM Bypass. The campus will also house a gender studies center and mass communication and multimedia departments.Announcing this during the 15th convocation and farewell ceremonies …

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Why a sci-fi view of the universe makes sense

Katie Mac Theoretical cosmologist Katie Mack, author of The end of everything: (Astrophysically speaking) (2020) lists, in an essay based on his book, a number of facts about our universe that prevent us from even understanding it. Even astronomers, she says, struggle: Here in the solar system, space and time …

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CAR-T Cancer Treatments: From Science Fiction to Saving Lives | science and technology

Joan Gel, a 67-year-old resident of Mataró, Barcelona, ​​told EL PAÍS last December how his life had been saved by innovative cancer treatments. Gel had suffered from multiple myeloma, a type of blood tumor, for 12 years and had been treated with experimental therapies at the Hospital Clínic in Barcelona …

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How Much Medieval Literature Is Lost? A wildlife tracking method may have the answer. ‹ Literary Center

February 18, 2022, 3:31 p.m. We know far more medieval literature than we have access to. In medieval literature, authors constantly referred to the works of others, but some of the referenced works were not found themselves. Before the printing press, it was much easier for a text to be …

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New method for producing green ammonia – News

Ammonia is widely used in fertilizer production, and green ammonia could enable more sustainable agriculture RESEARCHERS from Monash University, Australia, have discovered a method of producing green ammonia that could benefit agriculture, as well as transport. Ammonia is an important product for the production of fertilizers. Typically, it is produced …

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PK Yonge combines the arts with scientific research in their springtime musical

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) — High school students from PK Yonge’s drama department focus on brain development during their spring 2022 musical, Little Shop of Horrors. UF Health researchers claim that the various audio and visual components provided by the musical create a real brain connection. “It’s really magical for the …

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New targeted method to probe the function of 3D chromosomal structure

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A new method capable of inducing interactions between specifically chosen locations on the genome allows researchers to begin to identify the causal relationship between the three-dimensional structure of chromosomes and genome function. A paper by Penn State researchers describing the method, called “chemically induced chromosome interaction …

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University receives highest award for soil science research

A Scottish university has received a prestigious honor from the royal family in recognition of its groundbreaking research in soil science. Representatives from the University of Aberdeen were presented with the Queen’s Birthday Award by the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal at a ceremony in London on Thursday …

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Scientists develop genetic testing method for identifying corals

Basel, Switzerland – Scientists from the Swiss Gemological Institute SSEF and the University of Zurich have created a new genetic test for identifying corals that they say is a breakthrough in traceability. A 2020 study initially found the presence of DNA in precious corals, leading the authors to conclude that …

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Experts Develop New Method to Produce GaSe Crystals in 5 Minutes

Gallium selenide crystals are used in semiconductors, ultra-thin nanomaterials, and other applications due to their unique electronic and optical properties. GaSe crystals are layered and soft, and take days to grow, making it difficult to fully explore their applications and advance future technologies. A liquid metal-assisted chemical vapor deposition method …

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Beetles, Brains, and Space: These Reddit Science Facts Are Mind-Blowing

[imagesource:here] Reddit just might have a subreddit for every possible human conversation there is to be in this lifetime. We started some time ago with a some fun subreddits to get intobut the scientific facts published on the r/AskReddit subreddit will do more than just entertain you. It all started …

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Woman cured of HIV with new method shows potential for others, scientists say

A stem cell transplant seems to cure the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) for the first time in a woman. This is the third known case of HIV remission following a stem cell transplant, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) said in a news release. It’s a massive …

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NIU today | Method of Success: Professors Obtain Grants with Support from Research Methodology Services

NIU faculty members seeking to improve the chances of success of external research funding proposals may be advised to consult Research Methodology Services (RMS). Over the past five years, RMS consultants have helped professors from six different NIU colleges win external funding awards totaling more than $1 million for their …

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Edge of Eternity Review: Current Affairs, Medieval Fantasy and Science Fiction

Funded in 2013 via a Kickstarter campaign, the development of edge of eternity it has been long and troubled, it is no coincidence that the product has disappeared from our radar several times and then shown itself to be deeply modified with each subsequent appearance (we talked about it in …

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Penn Professor Named Member of Association for Computing Machinery for Computing Research

The Daily Pennsylvanian is a student-run non-profit organization. Please support us by disabling your ad blocker on our site. Professor Penn and 2021 ACM Scholar Zachary Ives. A Penn professor was recently named Fellow 2021 by the Association for Computing Machinery. Professor Emeritus of Computing and Information Science to President …

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Archaeologist develops method to identify portable toilets in ancient Rome

The terracotta pots listed in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports on Tuesday February 15 were discovered in the ruins of a villa near the Italian town of Gerace in Sicily. The pot is round, the sides are slanted and the edges are 30 centimeters high and 33 centimeters wide. …

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Method of Heavy Metals in Cannabis Approved by AOAC INTERNATIONAL

CEM Corporation is pleased to announce the approval by AOAC INTERNATIONAL of the analytical method, “Heavy Metals in a Variety of Cannabis and Cannabis-Derived Products”, used for the analysis of toxic metals in cannabis and cannabis products. containing cannabis. Image Credit: Yarygin/Shutterstock.com This official AOAC First Action method status represents …

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Study: Science fiction is not as weird as the reality of quantum physics

According to the eminent science writer John Horgan, a “radical quantum hypothesis” creates doubt about objective reality: The author of Mind-body issues explains that, although quantum mechanics has been confirmed by countless experiments as well as computer chips, it “defies common sense”. Specifically, it creates doubt about what “the facts” …

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Recent scientific papers support science fiction premises

Good science fiction should start with science facts. But, of course, science is a dynamic business that includes many current mysteries and uncertainties, so there’s plenty of room to develop an imaginative theme while exploring the edges. Here are five edges a reader or writer may want to explore: ➤ …

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This cult 1970s sci-fi novel predicted today’s climate crisis

Smog-ridden cities. Endless war. Water so polluted that it cannot be drunk. Bad harvests. Acid rain. A pandemic of antibiotic-resistant diseases. Reduced life expectancy and human fertility. Vanishing bees, collapse of agriculture. Mass extinctions wiped out most birds and fish. Only the wealthiest can afford quality organic food, while the …

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Using blood test and AI, new method detects lung cancer with 90% accuracy

Can lung cancer be detected by a blood test? Chinese scientists say they have already developed a way to detect lung cancer using blood tests. The best part? The blood test in question can detect lung cancer in its early stages, implying that countless lives could be saved through this …

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Robots and romance: science fiction and science

Valentine’s Day is coming up… Do you want to sneak in a robot movie to watch on your date night? Wondering if robots and love are possible? Here are five recommendations for sci-fi movies with a discussion of real-world robotic science. And don’t forget to check out Learn AI and …

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Bitcoin’s Unsurprising Method for Convoy Organizers: Expert

OTTAWA – An anti-money laundering expert says trying to block funds from flowing to protesters blocking Parliament Hill and several border crossings is like playing a game of moles. Matthew McGuire says the order recently approved by an Ontario court to freeze the millions raised via GiveSendGo will be effective …

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A scientist invents a new method of manipulating droplets “WRAP”

Additive-free magnetic droplet actuation on a slippery ferrofluid-infused surface. The actuation force is provided by the ferromagnetic wetting ridge that forms spontaneously around the deposited drop. Credit: Jianqiang Zhang et al. The precise manipulation and transport of micro-droplets is a difficult but crucial task for biomedical and industrial applications. A …

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Science fiction or reality? : A coating for clothing, which can reduce Covid infectivity by 90%, Science News

Researchers in the United States have developed an inexpensive, tissue-nontoxic coating that reduces COVID-19 infectivity by up to 90%. Researchers can develop an antiviral spray for fabrics using the coating described in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. “When you walk into a hospital, you want to know that …

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Italian MPs refuse to recognize ‘witchcraft’ biodynamic winemaking method used by Sting

Italian MPs have refused to recognize the biodynamic production of wine, used by Sting in his Tuscan vineyard, after experts called the controversial method “witchcraft”. The technique, which is gaining popularity, uses dung, animal intestines and cow horns to get the most out of grapes while relying on the movement …

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Breathalyzers a quick and non-evasive method to detect Covid-19

A new invention can help test for Covid-19 and deliver results in less than five minutes. The device is a breathalyzer with an accuracy of more than 95%. Scientists say the device can slow community transmission of the virus. The most popular method for Covid-19 testing is PCR, which uses …

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The SPIA data science research program welcomes its first fellows

In the fall of 2021, Princeton Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC)with the support of School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA)launched the ESOC Fellowship for Data-Driven Research, a program that prepares recent university graduates from underrepresented backgrounds to conduct data-driven research. The first scholarship recipients are Hanjatiana Nirina Randrianarisoagraduated …

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Finding Truth in Fiction: Q&A with Science Fiction Author Rebecca Zornow

Rebecca Zornow. Photo by Graham Washatka. Want to learn more about writing sci-fi and fantasy stories? Join author and book coach Rebecca Zornow for a program at Write On, Door County on February 22, 4-5:30 p.m. During Hobbits, Heroes, and Hovercrafts, attendees will learn about “world-building, reader expectations, and writing …

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Severance: Apple TV+ sci-fi thriller release date, trailer, and who is in the cast with Adam Scott?

Severance is a new sci-fi thriller starring Adam Scott and directed by Ben Stiller Severance, a new thriller from Apple TV+, is set to debut Friday, February 18, 2022. The series, which stars Adam Scott, is a sci-fi workplace thriller set in a company where employees work and non-work memories …

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Indian scientists develop technology to detect coronavirus by fluorescent method | India News

NEW DELHI: A team of Indian scientists has developed a new technological platform for the fluorometric detection of pathogens such as viruses by measuring the fluorescent light emitted. The potential of the new technology has been demonstrated for the detection of the Covid-19 SARS-CoV-2 virus. The technology platform can also …

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University of Montana scientific research achieves ‘next level’ status

The University of Montana has achieved an important milestone by being named a top-tier “R-1” research institution. KGVO reached out to Scott Whittenburg, UM’s vice president for research and creative scholarship, to explain the distinction the school achieved after being upgraded to the “Doctoral Universities: Highly Research Activity” classification. high”, …

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Heartfelt Sci-Fi: Light Years From Home by Mike Chen

Mike Chen’s refusal to stick to a single genre box became one of his greatest strengths as a writer; its narratives are nimble and never too reliant on gimmicks, but it always leans into the familiar and enjoyable conventions of a given genre. His knack for genre-hopping would be reason …

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Hidden in Plain Sight: The Growing Role of Computation in Science

One of Durham city center’s most memorable landmarks, the Chesterfield building appears to have been aesthetically designed to keep the country’s spirits up during World War II. On the roof of the old cigarette factory is a shiny red sign visible from miles away: But don’t confuse the building’s quaint …

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One&Only will bring the Chenot method to the United States in a new mountain retreat

Lone Mountain Land Company and Kerzner International will launch the first One&Only resort and residential community in the United States in 2024. One&Only Moonlight Basin will be the brand’s first alpine resort and will be designed by architect Olson Kundig. Located between the Lone Peak and Spanish Peaks mountains, the …

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Bayer’s Grants4Ag program awards funding to 21 new plant science research proposals

Northampton, MA –News Direct– Bayer Winners of Bayer’s Grants4Ag competition research projects aimed at protecting farmers’ crops, increasing adoption of innovations and reducing the carbon footprint of agriculture MONHEIM, Germany, Feb. 4, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Bayer today announced its 2022 cohort of Grants4Ag grantees who have been chosen to …

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The Guardian’s take on the social media metaverse: It may still be science fiction | Editorial

In the 1992 sci-fi dystopia Snow Crash, author Neal Stephenson imagined a dark 21st century where the collapse of the global economy had seen governments fall and their power replaced by a few giant corporations. The book stands out for its foreknowledge, anticipating the adoption of what were then considered …

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Why the England rugby team warm up with the RPR method

When most of us picture a rugby training routine, we picture 50-pound dumbbells and T-steaks. The game is mostly grunts and crashes, isn’t it? Players just need to build Popeye arms and learn how to knock down as many people as possible. While it’s certainly a feature of the sport, …

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Can NeuroOne Medical Technologies (NASDAQ:NMTC) Lead the Shift from Science Fiction to Evidence-Based Science

“Best Actions in Neuroscience” Massive $13.6 billion market for neurostimulation devices. NeuroOne Medical Technologies (NASDAQ:NMTC) needs attention. Today, a huge $13.6 billion neurostimulation device market is growing for the ongoing study of the brain’s vast networks of neural connections. (1) The diagnostic electrode technology currently used to detect neurological disorders …

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Underwriters Laboratories Announces $1.8 Billion Commitment to Scientific Safety Research

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Feb. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The nonprofit organization Underwriters Laboratories Inc. today announced it is committing $1.8 billion to address growing public safety risks. complex and reinforce the impact of its safety science mission. With this commitment, Underwriters Laboratories will dramatically expand the scale and scope of research …

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Artist Uses AI to Perfectly Simulate 70s Sci-Fi Pulp Covers – Illustrations and Titles

This is algorithmic, generative sci-fi pulp from the 70s, courtesy of OpenAI. Artist Lewis tells us how it was done. In the meantime, see how many friends will pretend to have heard of Neytiri A. Quaritch’s pioneering tome, Green glass is the color of the wind. Whether you’re a die-hard …

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Brazilian materials scientist develops new method for early detection of kidney disease

Humboldt researcher Dr. Maria Rita Ortega Vega from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil will be invited to the Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry of the Technical University of Dresden. Here she will work with her host, Professor Stefan Kaskel, on the development of new …

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Beijing 2022 feels like sci-fi as robots clean up and serve cocktails behind the scenes

Many futuristic gadgets are on display to make life easier for athletes in the Olympic Village and to help with Covid protocols Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Fireworks mark the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics Judging by some of the …

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Chen Qiufan on science fiction as a storytelling weapon

By Jordyn Haime — February 6, 2022 Stanley Qiufan Chen is an award-winning science fiction writer, translator and columnist. Chen, who was born in Guangdong Province, has written more than 100 stories, some of which have appeared in Wired, Clarkesworld, Slate.com and GQ, as well as two books. His most …

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Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Future Science Fiction, Lightspeed and Tor.com – Locus Online

Under endless skies 10/21, 11/4, 11/18/21Future Science Fiction Digest 09/21Speed ​​of light 12/21Tor.com 10/11/21 Chris Willrich returns to the pages of Under endless skies in issue 341 with “A manslaughter of crows”, a new story about Shadowdrop the chat. This long story brings the city of Shadowdrop to election time, …

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From Alzheimer’s disease to asthma, scientists have a new way to crack the diseases. And it’s in space

ISS astronauts also monitor the health of the planet. Floating 400 kilometers above the surface in low Earth orbit, it offers a unique perspective on the evolution of the planet that goes beyond NASA’s satellite capabilities. The space station collects images and data to monitor changes in land masses, water, …

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BHU scientist discovers non-invasive method of detecting cancer: The Tribune India

Varanasi, February 4 Dr. Samrendra Kumar Singh, assistant professor at the School of Biotechnology, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), has found a non-invasive method to diagnose cervical cancer in female patients . His findings were published in the “Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics (JCRT)”. The study finds …

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Hyper-efficient method to remove carbon dioxide from the air

Engineers at the University of Delaware have demonstrated a way to effectively capture 99% of carbon dioxide from the air using a new hydrogen-powered electrochemical system. This is a significant advance for carbon dioxide capture and could bring more environmentally friendly fuel cells closer to market. The research team, led …

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Author HG Ahedi launches Poseidon, the second book in his sci-fi series

Author HG Ahedi has announced the release of the second book in his popular Realm series. Both books in the series: Fall of Titan and Poseidon, are action-packed sci-fi adventures with a mix of science, archeology and magic. About the first book: Titanfall Emmeline Augury, an astrophysics cadet on Titan, …

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NFTs offer a new way to control personal health information

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, created using blockchain technology, first caused a stir in the art world as a platform to buy and sell contract-backed digital art. digital. But could digital NFT contracts be useful in other markets? A global, multidisciplinary team of academics in ethics, law, …

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Sci-Fi Epic Dune Tops BAFTA Nominations With 11 Nominations – News

The film was largely shot in Abu Dhabi’s Liwa Desert over 11 days Photo: Twitter/Dunemovie Published: Thu 3 Feb 2022, 16:48 Last update: Thu 3 Feb 2022, 22:44 The sci-fi epic ‘Dune’, a mammoth adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, led the nominations at the British Academy Film Awards on …

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Ghimire received the NSF CAREER Award for Quantum Science Research on the Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Topological Materials

Nirmal Jeevi Ghimire received the NSF Career Award for Quantum Science Research on the Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Topological Materials. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services George Mason University Nirmal Jeevi Ghimire received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation for his research in materials design for magnetic and …

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VIVE-The Danish Center for Social Science Research Reports Findings in Healthcare Economics : Economics – Health Economics

FEBRUARY 02, 2022 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter – Staff News Editor at Daily Insurance News — New research in economics – Health economics is the subject of a report. According to reports from Copenhagen, Denmark, by NewsRx reporters, the research said, “The demographic shift toward a greater proportion …

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New method for chemical detection of glucose based on boronic acids and graphene foam

Researchers at the University of Bath, working in collaboration with industry partner, Integrated Graphene, have developed a novel sensing technique based on graphene foam for detecting blood glucose levels. Because it’s a chemical sensor instead of being enzyme-based, the new technology is robust, long-lived, and can be tuned to detect …

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Moonfall Director Roland Emmerich Talks Sci-Fi Smuggling in Disaster Film [Interview]

I had fun with “Moonfall,” but one thing that stuck with me is that it’s not the movie that’s sold. The trailers are all about mass destruction, but that’s just dressing up some harsh and savage sci-fi elements. The whole marketing part is super complicated. I hate movies where you …

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University of Bern launches new era of sports science research with scalable display technologies

The Institute of Sports Science at the University of Bern is revolutionizing sports science research through the Sensorimotor Lab with edge blending projection solutions from Scalable Display Technologies. The university implemented Scalable’s technology solution which provided cutting-edge applications, using machine vision algorithms to create an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for warping …

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Study develops new method to improve disease diagnosis accuracy

A team of researchers has developed a statistical framework to assess the performance of a diagnostic test with multiple observers. The study was published in the “Statistics in Medicine Journal”. The proposed method included an exploratory analysis, a statistical test to determine if the percent agreement of observers will …

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UW dairy science research aims to support Wisconsin dairy farms The Badger Herald

Cars and buses rush down University Avenue. Sidewalks and bridges line the intricate network of buildings at the center of the University of Wisconsin campus. And in the middle of it all is the Dairy Cattle Center, home to a herd of 84 dairy cows. The Dairy Cattle Center is …

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£6.25 million for environmental science research in the UK

© Pop Nukoonrat An investment of £6.25million will be invested in the creation of a five-year program of environmental science research in the UK The team will bring together social scientists and organizations to bring more evidence-based information to policy-making and research. The ACCES (Advancing Capacity for Climate and Environment …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in February!

Head below for the full list of sci-fi titles awaiting you in February! Keep track of all new SFF releases here. All title summaries are taken and/or abstracted from the copy provided by the publisher. Release dates are subject to change. First week (February 1) chase the stars (Shadow of …

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