The Pete Best of science fiction

Once the work is completed on the first star trek pilot “The Cage” on January 22, 1965, there was no guarantee that the project’s future was secure. In fact, it was one of the last sure moments of star Jeffrey Hunter’s career – even if he couldn’t have known it. …

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Catholics at forefront of controversial abortion pill reversal method

Can abortions be reversed? Sometimes with a little-known but controversial technology known as abortion pill reversal (APR). First introduced to the public 10 years ago — followed by a major pushback from abortion rights groups — the procedure has been made public in recent months by Catholic media and medical …

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Neutrons detect blockages non-destructively through metal pipeline walls

Industry and private consumers depend on oil and gas pipelines that stretch thousands of miles under water. It is not uncommon for these pipelines to become clogged with deposits. Until now, there have been few ways to identify plug formation in situ and non-destructively. Measurements at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Research …

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The method doubles the efficiency of widely used industrial catalysts

The science of catalysis – the carrying out of a chemical reaction – is probably not the most well-known branch of study, but it is woven into the fabric of modern society. Scanning transmission electron microscopy images of metallic copper (yellow) and zinc oxide (pink/orange) catalysts. In the left image, …

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The laser ophthalmoscopic method allows in vivo imaging of the eye | Research & Technology | Jan 2022

WARSAW, Poland, January 21, 2022 – An instrument called the Scanning Two-Photon Excited Fluorescence Laser Ophthalmoscope (TPEF-SLO) has made it possible to visualize, in real time, the biochemical processes that occur in the retina. Researchers have traditionally been unable to visualize these processes. Developed by a team led by Professor …

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Irish scientists develop cheaper method to produce graphene ink

Research at Trinity College Dublin could significantly reduce production costs for graphene ink, which has a wide range of applications. Irish scientists have developed a new, inexpensive method to produce graphene ink, an incredibly strong and lightweight ‘miracle material’. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin’s School of Physics and AMBER, Science …

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CER Response to AAP Story on Blue Carbon Method

An AAP article (published 20 January) on the Australian Government’s Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) new blue carbon method contained factual inaccuracies and misrepresentations by a representative of the Australia Institute (TAI ). The TAI representative’s claim, reported in the AAP story, that the ERF blue carbon method would reward landowners …

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Best sci-fi movies | 100 mind-blowing sci-fi movies

As writer Octavia E Butler once said, “Science fiction lets you go anywhere and examine anything.” That’s certainly true for the movies on our list of the 100 Best Sci-Fi Movies of All Time. While some are an opportunity to show how cool it would be to have a laser …

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Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group

Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group | World Anti-Doping Agency Cookie settings Skip to main content It looks like your javascript is disabled. To see this site better, please activate it! House Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group AMA Social Sciences Research Expert Advisory Group East responsible for providing voluntary …

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Science, fiction and fantasy collide in “A Snake Falls to Earth”

David Wilson for the Boston Globe Darcie Little Badger has always been a writer, even before she could write. “When I was little I tried to write books,” she said. “But I didn’t know the alphabet.” His scribbles soon gave way to real words. In first grade, she wrote a …

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New carbon capture method turns CO2 into solid carbon ‘in an instant’

A new decarbonization technology developed by researchers at RMIT University in Australia instantly turns CO2 into solid carbon, a press release reveals. The team says their method is commercially viable and could soon be deployed to help global efforts to reduce the ongoing effects of the climate crisis. A “radically …

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New cryo-EM method may be able to shorten a big step in modern vaccine development

Scripps Research scientists have developed a method that could shorten one of the big steps in modern vaccine development. The researchers, whose work appears in Scientists progress on January 19, 2022, showed that they could use high-resolution, low-temperature electron microscopy (cryo-EM) to rapidly characterize antibodies-; vaccine- or infection-induced; that bind …

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Former FIIRO DG charges women in scientific research on entrepreneurship

Through Merit Ibe Old The Director General of the Federal Institute for Industrial Research (FIIRO), Oshodi, Professor Gloria Elemo, has tasked women scientists to come up with research that will have a strong impact on entrepreneurship so as to root the industrial revolution in the developing world. . Elemo, whose …

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This AI tool condenses scientific research papers for school children

tl;dr papers is an educational project. And although it has become famous in the scientific community, unfortunately, the creators will not keep it working for long. Science Research Papers are notoriously difficult for the average person to understand without wandering off, but an AI project aims to change that by …

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New X-ray crystallography method will find elusive molecules

How do we know that DNA is a double helix or that the spike proteins of the coronavirus are spike-shaped? One technique – X-ray crystallography – can take much of the credit. And a team of American scientists has just found a way to make it even more effective. Their …

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Top 10 Must-Read Data Science Research Papers in 2022

by manasa.g January 19, 2022 Are you a data science enthusiast? If so, then this list of data science research papers is for you. Data science plays a vital role in many industries such as small businesses, software companies, and the list goes on. Data science includes customer preferences, demographics, …

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Researchers develop method to extract rare earth elements from industrial waste

[Courtesy of the National Research Foundation of Korea] SEOUL – It has been difficult to selectively recover rare earth elements from industrial waste. Many approaches have been studied, but they used solvents to cause environmental pollution or to recover rare earth elements. Researchers have developed a new solvent-free and environmentally …

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Engineers discover a method to create a rising water fountain in deep water

A laser-induced fountain, in yellow, is created by a laser beam shining on the surface of ferrofluid in Bao’s lab. Credit: University of Houston Two engineers from the University of Houston have discovered that they can create upward fountains in water by shining laser beams at the surface of the …

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Social science research | World Anti-Doping Agency

We are committed to improving evidence-based doping prevention strategies through social science research. Understanding the fundamental differences between athletes who choose to participate in clean competitions and those who resort to doping or why some athletes have decided to dope – despite being well aware of the harmful effects of …

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7 seniors from Bergen County Academies recognized for scientific research

HACKENSACK, NJ — Seven seniors from Bergen County Academies have been named Regeneron Fellows for their scientific research. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco shouted out to students on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. They were announced as finalists earlier this year. More than 1,800 scholarship recipients have applied for the …

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2 Ridgewood seniors recognized for scientific research

HACKENSACK, NJ — Seven seniors from Bergen County Academies, including two from Ridgewood, have been named Regeneron Scholars for their scientific pursuits. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco shouted out to students on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. They were announced as finalists earlier this year. More than 1,800 scholarship recipients …

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UK industry leaders expect ‘striking’ pivot to scientific research

Many UK universities are looking to invest more in scientific research while prioritizing support for the arts and humanities, a survey of senior institutional leaders has found. In one survey of institutional research managers conducted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), 61% of those whose universities included life and medical …

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A kinesiologist invents a unique method of flexibility training

An experienced kinesiologist has changed the face of fitness and sport by inventing a revolutionary method of flexibility exercises that aims to shape the future of sport. Paul Zaichik, the founder of an emerging brand called Easyflexibility, has always loved stretching and had an exceptional background in exercise science, which …

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New method may help make immunomodulation more effective in people with type 1 diabetes

People with type 1 diabetes must carefully follow prescribed insulin regimens each day, receiving injections of the hormone through a syringe, insulin pump or other device. And without viable long-term treatments, this treatment is a life sentence. Pancreatic islets control insulin production when blood sugar levels change, and in type …

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New method uses waste to clean arsenic from lake contaminated by gold mine

The site construction. Credit: Jeff Bain and Joanne Angai Arsenic leached into the lake from the tailings of the abandoned Long Lake gold mine, which operated intermittently until 1937 and produced approximately 200,000 metric tons of tailings, discharged directly into the non-containment environment. Now, a team of researchers from the …

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Shakespeare in science fiction

Science fiction is a genre strongly associated with technological marvels, innovations and visions of the future. It may therefore be surprising that so many of its writers are drawn to Shakespeare – he is a figure associated with tradition and the past. Sometimes his pieces are reworked in a science …

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Memoria Revue – Tilda Swinton works her magic in an enigmatic fantasy | Science fiction and fantasy movies

OOn the eve of what would have been David Bowie’s 75th birthday, Tilda Swinton told me that she had always considered him her spiritual “cousin.” Nowhere is this connection clearer than in Floria Sigismondi’s 2013 video for The Stars (Are Out Tonight), in which Bowie and Swinton play a suburban …

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ORNL License Method for 3D Printing Nuclear Reactor Components

Above: Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation has licensed a new method to 3D print nuclear reactor components/Image credit: Carlos Jones/ORNL, US Dept. of Energy The US Department of Energy Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) revealed that he authorized a new method to 3D print nuclear reactor components. The Ultra Safe Nuclear …

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Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos turn science fiction into serious business

Tesla’s Elon Musk and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos are capitalists, but both love the work of Scottish anarcho-communist Iain M. Banks. A sci-fi icon who died in 2013, Banks wrote the Culture series – a dozen novels and stories centered on The Culture, a highly advanced space society living in man-made …

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LETTER: Writer fails to understand the scientific method by masking criticism | Letters to the Editor

Our response to Anna Petti’s appearance, “Despite warrants, the virus continues to spread”, Finger Lakes Weather, January 8, questioning the effectiveness of masks: • Would you like your surgeon to operate on you without a mask? • Recent reviews of several studies show the effectiveness of wearing a mask correctly …

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New method of delivering immune-boosting drugs

This image shows a tumor just after treatment with alum-bound IL12. Pink dye shows IL-12 and yellow shows alum. Credit: Courtesy of the researchers The targeted approach eliminated tumors in mice, with minimal side effects. Boosting the body’s immune system to attack tumors is a promising way to treat cancer. …

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Young Scientist winners use a new method to solve an old math problem

Two students from Dublin have received the top prize at a virtual awards ceremony for their project focusing on Euclidean geometry. Aditya Joshi and Aditya Kumar, both 15, have been named the overall winners of the 2022 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Third-year students from Synge Street in …

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spectroscopy method could increase the number of viable donor kidneys | Research & Technology | Jan 2022

WASHINGTON, DC, January 14, 2022 – Researchers from Shanghai University of Science and Technology and Shanghai Shanghai Hospital used label-free surface-enhanced Raman scattering spectroscopy (SERS) to quantitatively assess the quality from the donor kidney, apparently for the first time. The researchers used highly sensitive spectroscopic analysis to simultaneously detect two …

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Researchers discover new way to convert shrimp processing waste into food

In a shrimp processing plant, the head of the shrimp is usually discarded along with its shell and tail. Waste represents 50% of the raw material, which means that almost half of the money spent has already been disposed of. Improper disposal of these wastes can harm the environment due …

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Sydney’s ramen restaurant, Umami Dojo, uses an original method to make its traditional Japanese broth

You won’t believe how well this little Japanese ramen restaurant prepares its broth: “It looks like a science lab! » Gourmets love this restaurant for the original way they prepare their broth Umami Dojo, in Pyrmont, Sydney, uses siphons to infuse their broth with flavor The chef siphons the broth …

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Next-generation tissue expansion method improves neural imaging

eMAP makes it possible to mark several proteins in the same synapse. In a new study, researchers demonstrated labeling up to six. Here we see three: Basson in blue, Piccolo in magenta and PSD-95 in green. The three are combined in the right panel. Credit: Chung Lab/MIT Picower Institute The …

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Department of Energy announces $6 million for plasma science research

News — WASHINGTON, DC – Today the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide up to $6 million to support cutting-edge plasma science experiments at multiple plasma research facilities across the country. “Basic and low-temperature plasma science is a key area with many scientific and technological applications, …

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New method, more accurate crop quality detection

image: Schematic diagram of the method based on data fusion of diffuse reflectance spectra and diffuse transmission in the near infrared for the detection of amylose content in rice flour. see Following 1 credit Based on near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and data fusion technology, the researchers proposed a new analytical …

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Tevogen Bio™ Further Strengthens Its Intellectual Property Portfolio with an Additional Patent for the Method of Preparation of its Investigational SARS-CoV-2 Specific T Cell Therapy | Business

METUCHEN, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 12, 2022– Tevogen Bio, a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in cell and gene therapies for oncology and viral infections, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a new patent (n No. 11,219,684) for the method of preparing COVID-19 Peptide-specific cytotoxic T …

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Metro Roundup: sci-fi author reflects on career and pandemic’s impact on fiction

Then, like he said, someone flipped the switch. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything. The third and final book in his sci-fi space opera trilogy “The Universe After”, titled “The Firmament of Flame”, was released in February 2020. A month later, Williams, who grew up working at The Little Professor …

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Chemists Improve Stability of Perovskite Solar Cells Using Passivation Method

A group of chemists from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) in Lithuania synthesized materials that were used to build a record-breaking perovskite solar module, with an efficiency of 21.4%. This has been achieved through passivation of the active layer of the solar cell, which increases the efficiency of the cell …

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Science fiction? No, mind-controlled robots are really here!

by Sayantani Sanyal January 12, 2022 Mind-controlled robots will now become a reality! Advanced humanoid robots are created using advanced technologies that allow them to perform tasks, behave and think like humans. Nowadays, it has become almost inevitable to read newspapers without reading new advanced robotic developments. Human beings hold …

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Traditional alcohol-impaired breathalyzers are unreliable in judging acute cannabis impairment – sciencedaily

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found that a non-invasive brain imaging procedure is an objective and reliable way to identify people whose performance has been impaired by THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. The technique uses imaging technology known as near infrared functional spectroscopy (fNIRS) to measure patterns …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in January!

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

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BioNTech develops a method to detect high-risk variants

BioNTech develops a method to detect high-risk variants BioNTech and its partner said the new computational method can analyze genetic sequencing data for novel coronavirus mutations Reuters, January 11, 2022, 7:20 p.m. updated: January 11, 2022, 7:20 p.m. German Covid-19 vaccine maker BioNTech said it had developed a method to …

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The science fiction of brotherhood at human height

with Fraternity, a wonderful tale, Director Caroline Guiela Nguyen experiments with sci-fi symbols, but she draws inspiration from reality to create an animated scene. Until January 15 in Célestins. From Christopher Nolan to Alfonso Cuarón, passing by Denis Villeneuve, the cinema and science fiction series creates new fictional forms to …

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Bringing together horror, sci-fi and noir in one

Reading time: 3 minutes Netflix horror series have quickly become my favorite genre that comes from the streaming platform’s studio. Last year, New cherry flavor stole my heart and this year Archives 81 is here to make it stop. An original story loosely based on the audio drama podcast of …

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The future should be based on science, facts and experience, not fear, says reader

Mr. Editor, As you know, I have written a number of articles on the proposed Deep Geological Repository (DGR) at South Bruce, and have publicly advocated for the current search and site selection process. Recently, opponents of the DGR have questioned my motivation, suggesting that I am somehow paid or …

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Efficient method to simulate light-matter interactions at the atomic scale

The light-matter interaction is an essential subject for the disciplines of physical and chemical sciences and optical and electrical engineering. The invention of the laser in the early 1960s led to several innovations in these fields. Since then, laser technologies have developed in various directions. In the field of optical …

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Faculty of Science Tuition Fee Research Grant

1. Origins a. Funded by the Faculty of Science, this tuition grant aims to support students who undertake research within a school of the Faculty of Science. b. Demonstrates the Faculty’s aspirations for quality in the HDR cohort and the contribution of HDR students to the University’s mission and overall …

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Immune-boosting drug delivery method could improve cancer immunotherapy | MIT News

Stimulating the body’s immune system to attack tumors is a promising way to treat cancer. Scientists are working on two complementary strategies to achieve this: eliminate the brakes that tumors put on the immune system; and “walking on the gas,” or delivering molecules that jump-start immune cells. However, when reviving …

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Global Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIDP) Market Focus on Method, Testing, Platform, End User, Application, and Analysis by Country

The global non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) market will reach $ 12. 61 Billion by 2031. Market Report Coverage – Non-invasive Prenatal Tests (PNID) New York, January 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) Market: Focus on Method, Test, Platform, End …

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Ramjet propulsion for interstellar space travel

Artist’s impression of the Ramjet propulsion system. Credit: NASA Since the 1960s, there has been speculation about a hypothetical propulsion method for interstellar space travel. Calculations at TU Wien (Vienna): this will remain science fiction. In science fiction stories about contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, there is a problem: What kind …

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Researchers discover new way to assess the quality of donor kidneys

Researchers have found a way to assess the quality of kidneys before transplantation that could help increase the number of usable donor kidneys. The study was published in the ‘Optics Express Journal’. “Today, the lack of methods to accurately measure donor kidney damage and predict transplant outcome leads to high …

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America’s Best Universities for Social Science Research

Based on annual research and development expenditures, University of Michigan, Harvard … [+] The university, George Mason University, the University of North Carolina, and Arizona State University are national leaders in social science research. getty In an age when many of our most pressing problems involve models of human behavior, …

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Dune has changed science fiction in every way except one

Despite the incredible source material and spectacle of the movies, Dune doesn’t seem to have the right kind of media. When Frank Herbert published Dune in 1965, science fiction was changed forever. While it had drawn on tropes and themes established in other science fiction works of the time, its …

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Method of counting atoms to determine the elemental composition of viruses and its applications in biothermodynamics and environmental sciences

This article was originally published here Comput Biol Chem. January 4, 2022; 96: 107621. doi: 10.1016 / j.compbiolchem.2022.107621. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT The quantitative physico-chemical perspective on life processes has been a great asset, in bioengineering and biotechnology. The quantitative physico-chemical approach can be applied to virtually all organisms, …

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I tried to let my hair down using the method on TikTok

Hair plopping is a drying technique used to enhance curly and wavy hair. People on TikTok wash their hair and find out that they actually have a curly type of hair. Our editor tried to make her hair fall out, and it completely changed her look. Contrary to what my …

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A new development method for flexible electronics

Flexible capacitors for contact and pressure detection. Credit: WANG Meng et al. Simple, fast and green flexible electronic preparation technology has been proposed by the research team led by Professor Zhao Gang of the China University of Science and Technology (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences to deal with …

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Volume 2 of Tarun K. Saint, ed. – Locus online

The South Asian Science Fiction Gollancz Book: Volume 2, Tarun K. Saint, ed. (Hachette India 978-9391028626, 699.00, 488pp, hc; $ 10.99, eb) September 2021. The first volume of Tarun K. Saint’s The South Asian Science Fiction Gollancz Book (reviewed here in June 2019) seemed to serve two purposes: to introduce …

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An optimized method for germ-free breeding of Nasonia

Nasonia breeding support version 3 (NRMv3) We improved NRMv3 (Table 1) by modifying a large volume syringe with multiple holes to crush fly pupae, increasing the amount of fly pupae extract by about 10% by volume, and decreasing the time spent to be filtered (Fig. 1). This system works more …

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Sci-Fi Movie: 83% of Businesses Think Technology Seen in Sci-Fi Movies Is Already Part of Their Lives or Soon Will Be: Report

Greek philosopher, Heraclitus had said, “Change is the only constant”, centuries ago. This quote remains relevant to this day as we see the world changing before our eyes. With Covid, we make sure we adapt technology at a rapid pace to survive and grow. This development has led people to …

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New method that may offer a more accurate way to assess the quality of donor kidneys

A new study has found a way to assess the quality of kidneys before transplantation that may one day help increase the number of usable donor kidneys. The study was published in the ‘Optics Express Journal’. “Today, the lack of methods to accurately measure donor kidney damage and predict transplant …

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Scientific news | New method that may offer a more accurate way to assess the quality of donor kidneys

Washington [US]Jan. 7 (ANI): A new study has found a way to assess the quality of kidneys before transplantation that may one day help increase the number of usable donor kidneys. The study was published in the ‘Optics Express Journal’. Read also | Santosh Trophy 2022: West Bengal, Kerala and …

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Chemical reactions improve efficiency of key energy storage method – sciencedaily

Research by the Oregon State University College of Engineering has found a way to improve the efficiency of a type of grid-scale storage critical to a global transition to renewable energy. Going to net zero carbon emissions means dealing with the intermittent and unpredictable nature of green energy sources such …

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Researchers develop method that gives enzymes the ability to catalyze reactions new to nature

Credit: Pixabay / CC0 public domain Enzymes are the catalytic workhorses of biology, binding molecules together, separating them and reconfiguring them in processes vital for everything from digestion to respiration. Their availability, efficiency, and specificity have long made them popular for reactions outside biological systems, including those involved in food …

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Living a life straight out of science fiction

We entered year three with a Covid baggage and a torch of hope in the form of a vaccine Image Credit: Shutterstock So living with veiled faces may have become the new normal. So much has been said, so many of us have learned to change our lives. But there …

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researchers pioneer a new method for modifying genes in human cells |

SAN FRANCISCO, January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Over the past decade, the CRISPR genome editing system has revolutionized molecular biology, giving scientists the ability to edit genes inside living cells for research or medical applications. Today, researchers at the Gladstone Institutes have refined an additional system for more …

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Windy eyebrows remind us of science fiction

With the advent of augmented reality, we can expect developments in many areas, starting with a small revolution in automotive windshields. Posted on January 5, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. Bertrand godinspecial cooperation The time when each driver, behind the wheel of his car, is free to see the images projected …

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A new way to make AI-generated voices more expressive

Newswise – Researchers have found a way to make AI-generated voices, such as digital personal assistants, more expressive, with minimal training. The method, which translates text to speech, can also be applied to voices that have never been part of the system’s training set. The team of computer scientists and …

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Science and journalism are a matter of method

From Daniel Manca and Gianmario Verona How to stop the risks of information use in a digital and post-Covid world where social networks are rife? The ability to communicate and a sense of responsibility are necessary JScientists know this. The study of reality, phenomena, events, the world, continuous development. Science …

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The spectroscopy method helps to monitor the evolution of the spin in radical pairs

The change that occurs between the singlet and triplet states of electron pairs in charge-separated states plays a crucial role in nature. The compass of migrating birds could even potentially be explained by the impact of the geomagnetic field on the magnetic interaction between these two spin states. Basic scheme …

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Capito and Manchin announce $889,000 for scientific research in West Virginia

WASHINGTON DC- U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $889,849 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for two projects at West Virginia University and a project at Fairmont State University. “From space exploration to improving medical care to creating …

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New treatment method reduces overeating episodes in morbidly obese patients

Patients suffering from morbid obesity experienced an improvement in their quality of life and significantly fewer episodes of overeating after ten weeks with a new treatment method developed at NTNU. The current advice and treatment for obese patients is mainly to eat less, eat healthier and exercise more. In some …

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New method to supplement genetic data – ScienceDaily

The use of genetic information is now essential for modern plant breeding. Even though DNA sequencing has become much cheaper since the human genome was first decoded in 2003, collecting all of the genetic information still represents a large part of the costs of animal breeding and vegetable. One trick …

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Science fiction is Luddite literature – Locus Online

Photo by Paula Mariel Salischiker From 1811 to 1816, a secret society calling itself “the Luddits” smashed textile machinery in factories in England. Today we use “Luddite” as a derogatory term referring to backward and anti-tech reactionaries. It proves that history is truly written by the winners. In truth, the …

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Gareth Davies on NAO’s Covid Review and Remote Work Trials

What was your highlight in 2021? The Public Finance Awards event, organized by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy and public finance magazine in September was special for two reasons. The NAO won the Public Auditing Excellence Award for our Self-Employed and Leave Income Assistance Schemes report and …

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Omicron, Moon, Mars and Lhc in 2022 Science

Science 2022 will have to deal with the Omicron variant, for which much remains to be understood, and the developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, but it will also have to grapple with a return to the Moon and new life-search missions on March, while returning to a bigger race The …

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One of the great sci-fi movies set in 2022

When Destiny Chases Us is a 1973 film, but some of its assumptions about the future have come true today. ??Happy 2022! A day late, but better late than never. To celebrate the arrival of this new year, take a look back and revisit the story of a movie released …

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Sci-Fi Father Credited For New Years Wisdom

I rarely write a column these days. Too many other demands on my time have come with technology like podcasts, social media, reader engagements, newsletters – well you get the idea! But there are a few times a year, I really want to take a minute or two to chat …

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Advancement of science, research, including aerospace, inalienable right of Iranian nation: Foreign Ministry

A photo released by Iran’s Defense Ministry on December 30, 2021 shows a Simorgh (Phoenix) satellite rocket taking off during its launch from an undisclosed location in Iran. The Iranian Foreign Ministry stressed that the advancement of science and research, including in the aerospace field, is an inalienable right of …

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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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