Theoretical Work

Miles Morales Post fuels Spider-Man 2 speculation

Miles Morales actor Nadji Jeter posted a deleted photo of himself in Mocap Hear, hinting that work on Spider-Man 2 has started. Miles Morales actor Nadji Jeter posted and has since deleted a photo that many work believe work has officially started on Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Marvel has so many …

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Contrast Security Partners with Secure Code Warrior to Provide Developer Security Training

Contrast Security announced its integration with Secure Code Warrior to provide contextual just-in-time security micro-learning modules to enhance developer skills to easily patch vulnerabilities without the need for a security team. Contrast’s innovative security trace format identifies exactly where a vulnerability appears in the code and provides a snapshot of …

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The Theory and Practice of Marxism in Japan

The JCP has changed significantly for two reasons. First of all, from the mid-1930s and the real fascist transition in Japan – without going deep into the debates around the historiography of world fascism, whether Japan is called fascist, etc. – the JCP was not only outlawed: it was tracked …

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Astronomers victimized their colleagues – and put Sweden’s historical department in turmoil

An observation tower at Lund University in Sweden.Credit: Michael Persson / Alamy According to two independent surveys commissioned in 2020 by the university, two astronomers from one of Sweden’s top research institutions, Lund University, have victimized, discriminated against or intimidated colleagues. The cases rocked the institution’s historical astronomical research division, …

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The duration of the conversation

“Good company” by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney: Flora Mancini has been married for over 20 years. Everything she thought she knew about herself, her marriage and her relationship with her best friend, Margot, is turned upside down when she comes across an envelope containing her husband’s wedding ring – the one …

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A black physicist rethinks the “dark” in dark matter

While many children were running around playing tag or video games, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein was thinking about particle physics. After her mother took her to see “A Brief History of Time”, Errol Morris’ 1991 documentary about theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, she fell in love with the discipline. She was only 10 …

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New Deal for the Arts

As you read between the lines of recent arts funding news – like the proposed DCMS business model for arts funding and the thinking that would be behind ACE’s new arts strategy – you begin to see a problem. larger than mere intellectual fragility. It is a unique moment, which …

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What makes quantum computing so hard to explain?

Quantum computers, you could hear, are magical super machines that will soon cure cancer and global warming by trying all possible answers in different parallel universes. For 15 years, the my blog and elsewhere, I’ve railed against this cartoonish vision, trying to explain what I consider to be the more …

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CELS 2021 – A report from the trenches

Image credit: Brian Gage. The first-ever Living Systems Engineering Conference (CELS 2021) was held June 3-5 in Denton, Texas. CELS was organized by the Engineering Research Group (ERG) and sponsored by the Center for Science & Culture, Discovery Institute. In this workshop-like setting, a select group of 60 biologists, engineers, …

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Here’s what you need to know if you want to become a nurse

Through Marie anne isaac 27 months ago Share this article: ShareTweeterShareShareShareE-mailShare Durban – The pandemic has highlighted the value of our healthcare workers and the important role they play in our country’s healthcare system. Nursing is a vital profession, and in South Africa, public and private medical facilities are in …

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Effectively activate bacteria to produce high-value chemicals

PICTURE: Computer-designed genetic switch diagram showing that when adding an inducer, chemical production is always on (top left). This switch can enable more scalable and sustainable production … After Credit: University of Warwick – Most high-value chemicals are currently produced from fossil fuels – industrial chemical use of petroleum accounts …

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How Maharashtra plans to open up

HOW THE LEVELS WILL BE DETERMINED The district authorities, after having disaggregated the parameters – positivity rate and occupancy of oxygen beds – for the administrative units of its jurisdiction, will decide on the level of restrictions to be imposed. In the case of Mumbai and its suburbs, for which …

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What are the limits on public borrowing?

June 5, 2021 TIT SCALE of Joe Biden’s plans is hard to overstate. Where the former boss of US President Barack Obama quickly turned to reducing deficits after the ordeal of the global financial crisis, Mr Biden’s first budget, which he unveiled on May 28, will borrow shameless. The plans …

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Pre-feasibility study aimed at advancing CO2 capture

REGINA, Saskatchewan, June 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Amplifying the impact of emission reductions through carbon capture and storage (CCS) is at the center of a new pre-feasibility study exploring the application potential of carbon dioxide (CO2) capture from 750 megawatt coal-fired power stations. This project is part of a …

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When the masks reveal | MIT News

A Covid-19 mask is generally considered a form of protection. But what if our masks became opportunities for exposure – the physical expression of our thoughts, concerns, and how we relate to the turmoil of the outside world? This was the challenge faced by undergraduates at MIT tasked with designing …

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Antimatter stars could be hiding in our galaxy

antimatter: Molecules made up of atoms made up of antiprotons, antineutrons and positrons. astronomer: A scientist who works in the field of research that deals with celestial objects, space and the physical universe. astrophysics: An area of ​​astronomy that deals with understanding the physical nature of stars and other objects …

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Design Architect – New York, NY, United States | Jobs

OLI is an award-winning architectural firm specializing in civic and institutional projects around the world. OLI adheres to a culture of open collaboration with an eye not only on the theoretical conceptualization of each individual project, but with equal care in the discipline of local construction methodologies and the built …

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When COVID travel bans work and don’t

New Delhi: As states impose new lockdowns of varying duration and intensity to stop the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows that medium-duration travel bans are counterproductive – they trap migrants in cities that are COVID-19 hotspots long enough to expose them to the virus, which …

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NH&MP and TME Partner to Promote Academic Links

Islamabad: The Millennium Education (TME) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Roads and Highways Police (NH&MP), a press release said. The meeting was chaired by NH&MP Inspector General Dr S Kaleem Imam, Deputy Inspector General Asghar Ali Yousafzai and Millennium Education Founder and CEO Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq …

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Dr Jared Glover selected as the first ARM Institute Fellow

summary The ARM Institute Fellowship Program supports the Superior Defense Industry Consortium of Artificial Intelligence in Metals and Manufacturing (AIM). Dr Jared Glover selected as the first ARM Institute Fellow May 10, 2021 – The ARM Institute (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) is proud to announce that Dr. Jared Glover, CEO …

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7 awarded by the SIOP Distinguished Awards

Each year, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the SIOP Foundation award numerous prizes for excellence in professional and student work. For 2021, seven SIOP members have been awarded distinguished prizes. The SIOP Distinguished Awards are presented in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding contributions or distinguished …

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Herman Aguinis receives the Distinguished Scientific Contributions award

PICTURE: Herman Aguinis, PhD view After Credit: Herman Aguinis Herman Aguinis, PhD, received the Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). The annual award is presented in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the science of industrial and organizational psychology. The Distinguished …

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How to hire data scientists

Data scientists are among the most sought-after professionals today, and for good reason; they are essential for turning the growing volume of raw data into actionable information for organizations in all industry verticals. Despite this, companies find it difficult to understand what educational or professional history a potential data science …

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