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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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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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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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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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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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Researchers are developing an AI-based method to examine Stargardt disease

A team of researchers has developed and validated an artificial intelligence-based method to assess patients with Stargardt, an eye disease that can cause vision loss in children. The study was published in ‘JCI Insight’. The method quantifies the disease-related loss of light-sensitive retinal cells, providing information to monitor patients, understand …

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I use the Warren Buffett method to find cheap UK stocks

Warren Buffett at the Berkshire Hathaway AGM One of the ways investor Warren Buffett has grown his fortune is by being clear about the difference between price and value. Price is what you pay, but value is what you get. So when Buffett says stocks are cheap, he’s not just …

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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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New method determines how proteins are organized on cell surfaces

Biological cells have multiple functions and they must communicate with each other to coordinate them. At the heart of this process are molecules on the surface of cells. For decades, biologists have studied such surface proteins and it is becoming increasingly clear that not only their presence but also their …

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New method to determine how proteins are organized on the surface of cells

The organization of proteins on the surface of cells affects the properties and functions of a cell. Credit: Scientific photo library Scientists at ETH Zurich have developed a new method to determine how proteins are organized on the surface of cells. Knowledge gained through technology could lead to the development …

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The climate mapping method developed at OSU shows an increase in temperatures, in particular daily troughs

The last update of the “normals” at 30 years covers the years 1991-2020 CORVALLIS, Ore. (KTVZ) – New maps from Oregon State University of the 30-year US climate “normals” show that the area east of the Rockies is getting wetter, the southwest is getting wetter. in drier and temperatures are …

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New light-based method shows changing F

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

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

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

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

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

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NERSC Seeks Quantum Information Science Research Proposals For Perlmutter Supercomputer

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

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NUS launches groundbreaking materials science research center

The National University of Singapore (NUS) launched the Institute of Functional Smart Materials (I-FIM) – the world’s first institute dedicated to the design, synthesis and application of Functional Smart Materials (FIM). Co-led by Nobel Prize-winning Materials Scientist Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov and Distinguished Professor Antonio Castro Neto, I-FIM will be …

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Science-Fiction, Science Future opens at MOSH

The Museum of Science and History’s latest exhibit caters to both children and adults, using highly interactive demo stations highlighting technology just beyond the horizon, drawing inspiration from real science and science fiction. All around the exhibit you will find images from various science fiction films and franchises. You might …

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A Codeless Cloud Platform for Life Sciences Research

In its efforts to improve health, the life sciences industry faces several challenges: it must be able to disentangle biological complexity, accelerate discoveries, and ensure reproducibility of experiments. Synthace recently announced the launch of its “R&D cloud in life sciences”. The platform is designed to improve and accelerate decision-making, helping …

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5 trends in computer science research

We are in the digital age where our lives depend on the Internet of Things. A career in IT attracts the highest starting points in salaries. The career opportunities are plentiful and this gives experts a wide range of choices for IT professionals. Technology is changing and this has opened …

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Government of Canada invests heavily in science, research and engineering in Canada

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, QC, June 15, 2021 / CNW / – The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of a strong and vibrant science and research ecosystem. The government of Canada remains committed to supporting this ecosystem, and the talent and innovation it nurtures. Since 2016, we have made the largest scientific …

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