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Smaller than a chip, the robot can walk, bend, twist, turn and jump

Northwestern University engineers have developed the smallest remote-controlled walking robot ever – and it comes in the form of an adorable little peekytoe crab. At just half a millimeter wide, the tiny crabs can bend, twist, crawl, walk, spin and even jump. The researchers also developed millimeter-sized robots resembling caterpillars, …

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Khansaheb Facilities Management Introduces Virtual Reality Into HSE Training

The latest technological advancements in health and safety training are embraced by Khansaheb Facilities Management in the form of Virtual Reality (VR). The company uses virtual reality to deliver high-risk, interactive training such as electrical safety, working at heights, confined spaces, and manual handling using real-life situations experienced by employees …

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Your iPhone can be hacked with malware even when it’s turned off, new study finds

According to a new report, it’s possible to load malware onto an iPhone even when it’s turned off. The study conducted by researchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany revealed that a chip that enables Bluetooth can be exploited and hacked in order to install malware on the …

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Stop obsessing over the latest lenses – It’s probably the least important part of shooting

Good photographic practice should consider all elements of creating an image, from technique and lighting to mastering the equipment and using the right tools for the job. It is imperative that a competition photographer knows their equipment and knows what equipment to use. However, some camera manufacturers have a vested …

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What is a Doctor of Social Work – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Earning a doctorate in social work offers opportunities to advance your career by gaining additional training in a specific area. In this article, we discuss the difference …

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Templeton Prize-winning physicist pushes back against anti-intellectualism

Published on: 05/11/2022 – 13:08 Washington (AFP) – Frank Wilczek, the Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist whose research has transformed humanity’s understanding of the fundamental forces of nature, was announced on Wednesday as the winner of the prestigious 2022 Templeton Prize. The 70-year-old told AFP he saw the award as a …

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UPES School of Liberal Studies encourages students to be critical thinkers with a creative mindset

The main objective of education is to apply theoretical knowledge to solve practical problems. UPES School of Liberal Studies aims to enable its students to identify, analyze and solve the problems facing our society in the current era. Here is an interview with Professor Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, Dean of the UPES …

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West Indian domino players appalled by London Square noise ban | London

A Thursday afternoon in Maida Hill Market Square is packed with pensioners happily chatting and playing cards while soaking up the sunshine. However, over the past year the square has been at the center of an ongoing row between some of its regulars and Westminster Council. Last year, Ernest Theophile, …

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2 Berkeley Lab physicists elected to National Academy of Sciences

Joel Moore, left, and Joseph W. Orenstein (Credit: UC Berkeley; Courtesy Joseph W. Orenstein) Two physicists from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research. Joel Moore and Joseph W. …

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Saunkan Saunkne Producer Jatin Sethi of Naad Studios Chooses Theoretical Output Over OTT

Saunkan Saunkne producer Jatin Sethi of Naad Studios explains how his decision to wait for a theatrical release and not jump on the OTT bandwagon is paying him rich dividends today The next Punjabi film, Saunkan Saunkne, is set to release on May 13, 2022 and has generated a lot …

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Kawakami: ‘Nothing was even within close range’ – 49ers didn’t trade Deebo Samuel, but deadlock remains

Nothing is settled between the 49ers and Deebo Samuel, and Kyle Shanahan was not going to pretend otherwise Friday night. Maybe things can and will calm down a bit over the next few weeks, but the two sides are not currently making progress toward an agreement or even a ceasefire. …

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China strikes deal to boost TVET training in Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya, April 28 – The Chinese non-profit organization, China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) has entered into an agreement with the Association of African Technical and Polytechnic Universities (ATUPA) to improve professional skills and administrators and trainers in African technical training institutions. The training program is one of …

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Artist Profile: Max Scherr ’21 Navigates the Industry as a Young Filmmaker | Arts

The film industry is notoriously difficult to break into, especially without a connection to open the door. Yet, every few years, a newcomer amazes the industry with their fresh ideas and unique perspective. Recent graduate Max Scherr ’21 hopes to be next. Scherr was at Harvard as an international student …

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Glimpses of Caribbean Methodism | Arts & Hobbies

The book Reinventing Caribbean Methodism for contemporary society is a collection of lectures, articles and sermons that are systematized to make a compelling case for a new vision of Caribbean Methodism that is more relevant to the needs and aspirations of contemporary Caribbean societies. To make the case for this …

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Deadly fire destroyed Russia’s top air defense research lab

A major fire broke out today at a secret Russian military research facility, killing several people, injuring others and leaving extensive damage in its wake. The Tver facility, 200 km northwest of Moscow, is responsible for a variety of air defense-focused research, but would cross between the space and military …

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‘We’re at the dawn’: One of Waterloo Region’s first quantum researchers says world-changing breakthroughs are near

WATERLOO REGION — As many job interview questions come up, Michele Mosca never forgot this one: “If you had $100 million to make a difference in physics, what would you do? Howard Burton, founding executive director of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, traveled the world to recruit …

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Bastille: the future is now

Dan Smith, leader and main songwriter of the British-born band Bastille, had an image in mind: someone is sitting on the sofa. The room is dark. This person wears a virtual reality helmet and, with it, in his head, he flies over the whole world doing what he wants. Smith …

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PPPL Receives $1.5M from Department of Energy for Fusion Power Project

Nathaniel Fischthe director of the Princeton Program in Plasma Physics and the research team of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) has received $1,499,953 in funding on Feb. 14 from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) for their project on refining an innovative form …

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The 10 Most Competitive Characters On TV

Television has provided some of the best and most unforgettable characters in pop culture. From beloved, nurturing moms to complex mean daughters and bosses from hell, TV shows have given audiences compelling if not always likeable characters to cheer on and support. RELATED: 10 Pop Culture Savvy TV Characters All …

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No known cases of human transmission of bird flu, but ‘theoretical risk’ remains

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Secretary Mike Naig was at Morningside University on Friday to tour the school’s greenhouse for the first time, but the conversation quickly turned to bird flu. At the end of the line ? The secretary says there have been …

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4 red flags for VCs when reviewing pitches from deep tech startups

Welcome to our new section by Main sequence companies partner Phil Morle. Every fortnight, Morle will share his wisdom and insights with Startup Daily readers and will also discuss them on the Startup Daily show. His first column is part of the Introduction to venture capital for scientists series, based …

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Negotiating Frontline Humanitarian Access in Ukraine | News

April 5, 2022 – In recent weeks, during the war in Ukraine, dangerous conditions have often prevented humanitarian organizations from delivering relief supplies and evacuating citizens. Claude Bruderlein, Adjunct Lecturer in Global Health at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and Senior Fellow at Harvard Humanitarian Initiativedescribes the challenges …

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Support for Trump is not a yes or no question for Doughty

Although he might be considered a political outsider, Republican Gov. hopeful Chris Doughty demonstrated Sunday that he’s at least begun to master the political art of dodging direct questions. When asked if he would vote for former President Donald Trump in a notional election in 2024 when he appeared on …

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THE SEAGRAVE COMPANY.

THE SEAGRAVE COMPANY. It goes without saying that the Seagrave company is in tune with the times. He developed the spring-loaded water tower, the country’s first and only fast-rising water tower. By a man simply turning a crank, the tower is raised to the perpendicular in five seconds; the springs …

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A con artist celebrates his winning streak with a concert tour

Calvin’s approach to performance has also been enriched by the opportunity to undertake masterclasses at Con and abroad with acclaimed pianists such as Angela Hewitt, Jahja Ling, Boris Berman, Ferenc Rados, Denes Varjon, Justas Dvarionas and Michael Endres. He also found inspiration in exploring the breadth of knowledge held by …

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Student from farming family wins PhD scholarship without IELTS or TOEFL certificate

Having never applied for a scholarship to study abroad and having never taken an IELTS or TOEFL exam, Nguyen Thi Hoa did not think he had the opportunity to study in Germany. Nguyen Thi Hoa However, Hoa, born in 1996, from Thanh Van commune in Thanh Oai district of Hanoi, …

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When NFTs came to roller derby, roller derby fought

When you think of roller derby, you probably think of tough people on roller skates walking around a track and hitting each other. You’re probably not thinking about blockchain. But crypto has entered the arena whether the roller derby is ready or not. Three roller derby skaters – Lady Trample …

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Remembering Aijaz Ahmad | UCI School of Humanities

The UCI Chancellor’s Professor of Comparative Literature, Aijaz Ahmad, died at his home in Irvine on March 9, 2022. He was an internationally renowned literary theorist and critic at the forefront of Marxist cultural thought. Ahmad joined UCI’s Department of Comparative Literature in 2016 with a position in Critical World …

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Vikings star joins full cast in new Cillian Murphy movie

The Dark Knight Trilogy and Principle director Christopher Nolan is hard at work on his next film Oppenheimera biographical thriller about one of the creators of the atomic bomb. Peaky Blinders‘ Cillian Murphy reunited with Nolan after the Batman movies, Dunkirk and Creation to play the lead role, when we …

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Luminous sheds light on the optical architecture of the future AI supercomputer

It’s not every day that we hear about a new supercomputer maker with a new architecture, but it sounds like Luminous Computing, a silicon photonics startup that’s been pretty secretive about what it’s doing, will launch its local architecture in the ring. When Luminous Computing was founded in 2018, it …

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Hero Rights – Chapter 1 | Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig LLC

Exploring the Law: Content Creators, Comics, and Copyright Many of us grew up reading comics, watching cartoons on Saturday mornings and/or after school, and we’re currently in phase two of the most ambitious and successful film project of all. time: The Marvel Cinematic Universe. And DC also makes movies. While …

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Professor Damien Foster joins Aston University

Image: Professor Damien Foster to see Continued Credit: Professor Damien Foster Professor Damien Foster has joined Aston University as Director of the School of Computer Science and Digital Engineering in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. A Briton born in Cape Town, South Africa, Professor Foster has lived abroad …

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Imagine an earthly neighbor

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain We don’t yet know if the solar-type stars closest to us, the α Centauri A/B binary, harbor an Earth-like planet. However, thanks to new modeling work, we now have a good idea of ​​what such a planet would look like, if it existed, and how it …

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Cormac McCarthy to publish two new novels

In a rare appearance in Santa Fe, NM, in 2015, Cormac McCarthy offered a tantalizing glimpse of his work in progress: “The Passenger,” a novel that explored esoteric ideas about math, physics, and nature. of consciousness. Since then, readers have been eager for this novel. Widely revered as one of …

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Increased endurance in difficult dialogues, a professor of user interface rewarded for his research

Seeking to increase productivity in diversity, equity, and inclusion dialogues, University of Iowa professor Sherry Watt has been honored for faculty excellence by the Board of Regents. Sherry Watt is one of six University of Iowa faculty honored with state council of regents for his outstanding contributions and sustained record …

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‘Weird’, long-lost rocks could explain how a hellish Earth became habitable

Early Earth is often described as “Hadean” for good reason. Born from the ashes of a collision that gave us our Moon, the Primordial Aeon was characterized by hellish heat trapped under a thick blanket of carbon dioxide and water vapor. Strangely, these conditions should have been inhospitable much longer …

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‘Work Ready Now’ helps Lebanese students transition from school to work

“It’s not just about writing decent English, it’s about making your CV attractive, preparing a LinkedIn profile, looking professional, preparing for job interviews and observing the body language. In short, students learn all those soft skills that they don’t learn in regular academic courses. Randa Chidiac Executive Director of Grants …

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W&M’s Global Research Institute receives $1.9 million to address pressing challenges around the world

Multidisciplinary pole: Students and faculty members attend a barbecue at William & Mary’s Global Research Institute, where academics and policy practitioners collaborate to apply research to real-world problems. Photo courtesy of GRI by Tina Eshleman, University Advancement | March 1, 2022 New support for William & Mary’s Global Research Institute …

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Today marks two years since the first case of Covid-19 in New Zealand

On February 28, 2020, the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in New Zealand – a person in their 60s who had just returned from Iran. People wearing face masks walk on Ponsonby Rd ​​in Auckland. (Source: Getty) Two years later, University of Otago epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker said the …

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A new way to control atomic interactions

In a new study, Stanford researchers show how to manipulate atoms to interact with an unprecedented degree of control. Using precisely delivered light and magnetic fields, the researchers programmed a straight line of tree-shaped atoms, a twisted loop called the Möbius strip, and other patterns. From left to right, Eric …

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Prenatal exposure to phthalates may affect infant health

Phthalates are endocrine disruptors used in plastics and as food additives. A recent study in Environmental toxicology and chemistry investigated whether prenatal exposure to phthalates in maternal and cord blood affects birth outcomes in infants. The results of the study involving 65 mother-infant pairs suggest that phthalates have potential estrogenic …

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Pushing the Boundaries: The Rise of German Business Schools

One of Germany’s leading business schools sits awkwardly in Berlin between the rebuilt Humboldt Forum museum complex and a rose garden planted by Margot Honecker, former education minister and wife of East Germany’s last leader. Is a communist. The European School of Management and Technology, founded to train the country’s …

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Medical Fiction: Ugly Betty and the Scales

This is part of a collection of stories that resemble the encounter between “Final Destination” and “The Monkey’s Paw” (WW Jacobs, 1902). As such, they are tragedies more than mysteries or horror, and would appeal most to readers who appreciate the inexorable pull of a story arc that leads to …

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Triggering room temperature superconductivity with a flash of light

To study superconducting materials in their “normal”, non-superconducting state, scientists typically turn off superconductivity by exposing the material to a magnetic field, left. SLAC scientists have found that turning off superconductivity with a flash of light, right, produces a normal state with very similar fundamental physics that is also unstable …

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Will we soon be eating chicken from animal cells?

The brisket I ate came from tissue that had developed short meat fibers and had been pressed in plastic molds to approximate the size and shape of a small boneless brisket. It had less chew but a lot more flavor than a typical grocery store breast. The biggest difference was …

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MBA professors under pressure to show business relevance

Online learning came of age when the world went into lockdown in early 2020, with professors forced to embrace technology to keep lessons remote. The fallout from this could forever change the traditional “sage-on-stage” model of MBA teaching – and the roles of those who teach it. Professors were once …

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Iowa native describes what it takes to design a Super Bowl stadium

AMES, Iowa — When Mark Williams, a Marshalltown native and Iowa State graduate, grabs a Super Bowl seat on Sunday, he’s already won, regardless of whether the Rams or Bengals win. . Williams and Texas-based architecture firm HKS began meeting with Rams owner Stan Kroenke while the team was still …

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US military unveils climate strategy as military prepares for climate change

Why does the Pentagon care about climate change? The nation’s military staff did not suddenly turn into a bunch of schoolboys. But strategists are increasingly alarmed by the security implications of climate change. The story continues under the ad The strategy notes “an increased risk of armed conflict in places …

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Heroes of Black History: Booker T. Washington

From from humble beginnings to one of the country’s civil rights pioneers – this is the incredible story of Booker T. Washington. It is a story of perseverance, determination and overcoming racist adversity. Born into slavery on a Virginia plantation in 1856, Washington rose to prominence as an educator, scholar, …

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Scientists reveal how droplets of transcription factors collectively read regions of DNA to turn on genes

Life begins with a cell. As an organism develops, dividing cells specialize to form the variety of tissues and organs that make up the adult body, while retaining the same genetic material – contained in our DNA. In a process known as transcription, parts of DNA – genes – are …

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Jian-Wei Pan: “The Next Quantum Breakthrough Will Happen in Five Years” | science and technology

Any leap forward in quantum computing multiplies the potential of a technology capable of performing calculations and simulations that go beyond the scope of current computers while facilitating the study of phenomena that until now have only been theoretical. . Last year, a group of researchers put forward the idea …

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Chinese researchers claim to have developed an AI nanny. Discover the truth, Science News

In what may seem like a replay of a Hollywood movie, Chinese researchers have claimed to be developing an artificially-intelligent nanny who can monitor and care for embryos as they grow into fetuses in an environment artificial uterus. Does that mean anything to you? Well, definitely, you must have witnessed …

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What Indigenous Peoples Can Teach Us About Fighting Climate Change

Julian Brave Noisecat Photo courtesy of Emily Kassie Julian Brave NoiseChat is a writer and advocate for Indigenous peoples. He is himself a member of the Secwepemc First Nation and a descendant of the Líl‘Mount Currie wat Nation of British Columbia. NoiseCat suggests that climate change is a call for …

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Biodesign researcher Michael Lynch wins coveted lifetime achievement award in genetics

January 27, 2022 Michael Lynchdirector of the Biodesign Center for the Mechanisms of Evolution at Arizona State University, is the 2022 Genetics Society of America Fellow Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal for his profound and influential contributions to science. The award, one of the most prestigious in the field of genetics, …

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Poole College welcomes new faculty members

Luca Opromolla, Owens Professor of International Economics Luca Opromolla brings a discipline in theoretical and applied contributions to the fields of international trade, migration, labor economics, industrial organization and public economics to his role as Owens Professor of International Economics. Opromolla will teach international business at doctoral and undergraduate levels. …

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Worth Her Salt — Raphaële Clément Wins CAREER Prize for Studying Sodium-Ion Battery Materials | UCSB

Lithium (Li) is the active ingredient in rechargeable batteries that power today’s smartphones, laptops and electric vehicles. However, the scarcity and high price of lithium led researchers to search for another, more abundant element to replace it. Many have turned to sodium (Na), which is lower than lithium on the …

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Dispatch42 School Safety Officer Training

Dispatch 42 School launches new training – Safety Manager Just six months ago, Shipping42 launched the Freight dispatcher training platform – “Dispatch42 School”, a school where everyone can learn the profession of truck dispatcher in a few months and start working immediately. Both the idea and the truck dispatcher training …

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A moon could have been found orbiting an exoplanet

Over the past three decades, the field of extrasolar planet studies has advanced by leaps and bounds. Nowadays, 4,903 extrasolar planets have been confirmed in 3,677 planetary systems, with another 8,414 candidates awaiting confirmation. The diverse nature of these planets, ranging from Super-Jupiters and Super-Earths to Mini-Neptunes and Aquatic Worlds, …

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Guyana’s oil and gas sector: An ‘accident’ and a ‘zombie business’ shape its first decade

introductionLast week’s column concluded my rather lengthy revisit of the Buxton, BP proposal. This task started on Sunday, September 26 and took thirteen columns, which is much longer than I had originally planned. Therefore, except for very brief references to this topic in the future, I do not anticipate having …

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Meet Indian scientist Hashima Hasan, who helped launch NASA’s telescope

Dr. Hashima Hasan, an Indian-born scientist, played a key role in launching the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Webb Space Telescope. After graduation, she took the opportunity to work as a senior scientist at NASA headquarters in Washington DC. One of his important roles is as Assistant Program Scientist …

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Can a citizen lottery govern better than elected officials?

If you want to guess what Congress is going to do tomorrow, the last thing you need to do is ask the political philosophers and theorists of the academy. But if you want to know what Congress will be doing 50 years from now, seeing what ideas are circulating in …

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Sinking 58 story luxury apartment building in San Francisco tilting about 3 inches per year

The 58-story Millennium Tower luxury apartment building in San Francisco continued to sink and tilts about three inches per year, continuing to tilt even as construction was underway for the prevent it from doing so. Last week a NBC Bay Area Report found that there was an average interval of …

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Omicron in British Columbia: How Experts Are Tracking Cases

During much of this pandemic, tracking daily COVID-19 numbers has been a tool for health officials and the public to understand how the coronavirus is affecting our communities. Now that Omicron cases have exploded in British Columbia and jurisdictions around the world, the daily number of cases is no longer …

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Google Doodle celebrates Stephen Hawking’s 80th birthday

Google Saturday’s Google Doodle will pay tribute to the late Stephen Hawking, perhaps the most famous scientist of his time, who sought to explain the universe to millions of people. The work of the famous British theoretical physicist and cosmologist focused on improving our understanding of black holes – dying …

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Behind Automation for Officeless Workers, with Maximl CEO Pankaj Pawan

In a survey conducted by Meta’s workplace, 74% of workers without a desk believe that there are barriers to communication at work, especially in teamwork. It is safe to say that this is the new sphere explored by automation, making the workplace better and efficient for workers without an office. …

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What psychology knows and doesn’t know about narcissism

It’s hard to access a website or popular psychology writing without running into the concept of narcissism. While the term is often technically intended to refer to the diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, this subtlety is usually lost when applied to celebrities and politicians. As a giant catch-all for various …

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View: A Date With Mathematics

I can’t say that I was totally surprised to learn that Neena Gupta has just won the Ramanujan Prize for Young Mathematicians in Developing Countries, awarded annually by the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Italy. Why couldn’t an actress take advantage of her science? After all, there have been …

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“The Matrix Resurrections” attempts to suppress Redpill America

The solution Wachowski ultimately proposes to dismantle it seems almost picturesque, and therefore disarming: love, both in the individually romantic sense and in a radical willingness to accept those who are unlike us. In keeping with the rest of the Wachowskis’ quirky and serious work, the supernatural powers of its …

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Postdoctoral fellow in thermomechanical metal forming and aluminum extrusion job with the NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES – NTNU

About the job Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, has a vacant position for a PostDoc position in the field of thermomechanical metal forming and aluminum aluminum extrusion based on increasing post consumer scrap content. The postdoctoral fellow position is a temporary position whose main objective is to qualify for …

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Keeping 2001 open: Argentina’s uprising 20 years later

On December 19 and 20, 2001, a popular rebellion broke out in Argentina. With the economy plummeting, people have taken to the streets with a clear refrain: “Que se vayan todos.“ The government quickly defaulted on its massive debt, and many new experiences of horizontal grassroots organization and economic alternatives …

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Ten ways Fermilab advanced science and technology in 2021

Researchers from more than 50 countries are collaborating with the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory of the US Department of Energy to develop cutting-edge technologies and solve the mysteries of matter, energy, space and time. Here is a look at 10 ways they have advanced science and technology in 2021. Fermilab …

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IIT Dropout Series: Jharkhand boy left IIT Delhi for his own start-up, now runs a 500 crore business with global partnerships

Ankit Prasad from Chaibasa – a small town in Jharkhand – always wanted to be an entrepreneur. Whenever a parent asked him the usual question, “What will you become when you grow up?” Ankit always replied: “Bill Gates”. Computers have always fascinated him and he was fortunate to have a …

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Shape the future of dance for film with an MA Screendance from London Contemporary Dance School

At the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has seen an increase in streaming services. Together, we turned to Netflix and YouTube to consume media. Likewise, performers and artists around the world have turned to digital platforms to express their art. Theaters started showing recorded performances, artists organized digital …

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Discover for the first time a bubble distorting space-time?

Credit: Marko Aliaksandr, Shutterstock, ID: 1666800235 The discovery by a team of DARPA-funded researchers of what may be the first space-time warping bubble seen in the lab was accidental. This is the concept behind theoretical approaches, considered by many to be science fiction for ultralight warp workouts.The discovery is made …

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University of Canberra, Juris Doctor online course starts every two months

The Juris Doctor Online course is almost entirely online and is designed to be compatible with part-time study. The university holds admissions every two months, and students can study one unit at a time. BRUCE, Australia, December 9, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The University of Canberra (UC) Juris Doctor online …

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Malchijah Hoskins ’22 on his Case Center gallery piece – The Skidmore News

Malchijah Hoskins is a senior at Skidmore College with a major in sociology and a minor in art, intergroup relations, and media and film studies. He recently donated his art installation “Forty Lashes of a Silver Tongue” to the community, which is currently on display in the Case Center Gallery, …

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Quantum computer confirms time crystals are a new phase of matter – CVBJ

05/12/2021 at 10:00 CET Researchers at Stanford University, Google Quantum AI, the Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems Physics, and the University of Oxford created a time crystal using Google’s Sycamore quantum computing hardware. A temporal crystal is a new phase of matter, predicted in 2012 by the Nobel Prize …

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Studying the protective bubble of our solar system

Is this what the heliosphere looks like? Research conducted by BU suggests so. The size and shape of the magnetic “force field” that shields our solar system from deadly cosmic rays has long been debated by astrophysicists. Credit: Merav Opher, et. Al A multi-institutional team of Boston University-based astrophysicists, led …

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Artificial intelligence Enters "in the field of mathematics-Mis-aisa-The latest news, technology, industry, environment, low carbon emissions, resources and innovations.

Artificial intelligence “enters” the field of mathematics The UK magazine “Nature” 1st published a machine learning framework that can help mathematicians discover new conjectures and theorems. The framework was developed by DeepMind and allowed to discover two new conjectures in the field of pure mathematics. This research demonstrates that machine …

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The economics of the 2021 elections: when your enemy ‘…

Take unintended consequences. I spent two years of my life reporting on what was first called the Codesa Convention for a Democratic South Africa, then Codesa, and finally simply “the multi-party negotiations”. The discussions took place outside Johannesburg airport in a disused convention center, the World Trade Center, which had …

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Albert Einstein’s sanctuary from the Nazis was a Norfolk log cabin

The little-known story of how genius Jewish physicist Albert Einstein sheltered from the Nazis in a secluded log cabin in Norfolk has been told in a new book. The legendary scientist was kept safe by armed guards in the cabin at Roughton Heath, near Cromer, for three weeks in 1933 …

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Has CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine Prioritization Strategy Worked?

The CDC’s vaccine prioritization strategy has worked well compared to other approaches, but with some room for improvement. The four-tier vaccine prioritization strategy implemented by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), calculated against all possible COVID-19[female[feminine vaccine deployment approaches, well executed by many measures, but could be …

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Connected Nation Live Panel welcomes progress in digital divide

The recent passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was an unprecedented step towards bridging the digital divide that nevertheless leaves a considerable amount of data collection, mapping and other work still to be done, according to a panel. Live from experts and tech advocates held Wednesday. by the …

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Students win $ 100,000 prize from Elon Musk’s

image: Top left are Drew Rich, Chris Langdon, Anwar Khan, Zach Berkowitz, Nancy Lewis, Laura Stieghorst, Isabelle Fitzpatrick and Eden Leder. Photo: Jenny Hudak / University of Miami seen Following Credit: Jenny Hudak / University of Miami Last spring, as Laura Stieghorst watched Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket take off from …

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LANL physicist Wojciech Żurek honored in Poland

LANL physicist Wojciech Å»urek recently received two honorary doctorates in Krakow, Poland. Courtesy photo Teacher. Wojciech Å»urek recently received one of two honorary doctorate honors in Krakow, Poland. Courtesy photo Staff report: Professor Wojciech Å»urek, theoretical physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), recently received two honorary doctorates. AGH …

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Poverty reduction: Learning from the field

ZBYNEK BURIVAL-UNSPLASH “There are people in the world who are so hungry, that God can only appear to them in the form of bread. “- Mahatma Gandhi Ten years ago Indonesia was struggling with its biggest social assistance program. His Raskin program, Rice for the Poor, received $ 1.5 billion …

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Army of Thieves’ end (and its origin) explained

One of the unexpected joys of Zack Snyderzombie-classified heist extravaganza Army of the dead was Matthias Schweighöfer as Dieter, the charming security hacker, so the idea of ​​a romantic and dashing character-driven spinoff movie would be good news… With the exception of one bittersweet (and somewhat spoiler) fact: Dieter, like …

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5 Ways Beginners Can Learn New-Age Digital Marketing Tools

Digital Marketing is a promising career path for learners of all backgrounds, offering a high salary scale, job security, a variety of roles and exciting growth opportunities. Perhaps every company’s service or product-based marketing tactics are now incomplete without proper use of the digital space. Whether it’s SEO, Google Ads, …

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Transcending Borders and Borders – The Hindu

Kamla Bhasin’s genius lay in her ability to overcome different fault lines and build diverse coalitions. The fields of peacebuilding and protest are generally seen as occupying separate and discrete worlds. However, in women’s movements in South Asia, from the 1980s onwards but more visibly in the 1990s, these became …

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Three Los Alamos scientists elected 2021 Fell

image: From left to right: Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito, 2021 APS Fellows. seen Following Credit: Left to Right: 2021 APS Fellows Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito. LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico, October 20, 2021-Three scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory have been elected members by …

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