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Harnessing energy from mechanical vibrations
A study published in the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering highlights the development of a novel energy harvesting device designed by eng | Chemistry And Physics
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Space@Hopkins Virtual Symposium highlights missions new and old
The Space@Hopkins Virtual Symposium held on Oct. 22 explored the successes and future goals of space research across divisions of the University. The event featured talks over Zoom with Jason Kalirai,
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Asteroid Ryugu shaken by Hayabusa2's impactor
Professor ARAKAWA Masahiko (Graduate School of Science, Kobe University, Japan) and Hayabusa2 mission members discovered more than 200 boulders, which either newly appeared or moved as a result of the artificial impact crater created by the Japanese spacecraft's Small Carry-on Impactor.
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Why Businesses No Longer Have to Choose Between Heart, Head and Wallet
Indeed, as the world faces its worst health crisis in more than a century, the time has come for us to take a step back and seriously reflect on the role businesses play in society at large. In August 2019,
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Analyzing Asteroid Ryugu’s Artificial Impact Crater Created by Japanese Spacecraft Hayabusa2’s SCI
The artificial impactor disturbed boulders within a 30m radius from the center of the impact crater- providing important insight into asteroids' resurfacing processes. Professor ARAKAWA Masahiko (Graduate School of Science,
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Geologists simulate soil conditions to help grow plants on Mars
Humankind's next giant step may be onto Mars. But before those missions can begin, scientists need to make scores of breakthrough advances, including learning h
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What a year! 2020 on track to be warmest year in the human record
While this year will be memorable for many reasons, it is now more likely than not that 2020 will also be the warmest year for the Earth’s surface since reliable records began in the mid-1800s. By Zeke Hausfather Carbon Brief This is all the more remarkable because it will lack any major El Niño event – a
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The UK Examines Chinese Student Visas
The UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) recently drew up a list of 44 specific academic disciplines for student
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Geometric Inductor Breaks Resistance Quantum “Limit”
A geometric superinductor made of a tightly wound aluminum wire can achieve an impedance about 5 times larger than a hypothesized fundamental limit.
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Where were Jupiter and Saturn born?
New work led by Carnegie's Matt Clement reveals the likely original locations of Saturn and Jupiter. These findings refine our understanding of the forces that determined our Solar System's unusual architecture,
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Researchers Image Butterfly-Shaped Distribution of Single Valence Electron in TiO6
Researchers from Nagoya University have explored the smeared-out spatial distribution of a single valence electron at the core of a titanium oxide molecule.
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TLT: Interest Rates May Rise Sharply After The Election
Interest rates have been gradually rising since the beginning of August. Someone is making a bet that the TLT drops sharply by the middle of November, which means rates surge.
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Lysosomes key to coronavirus shedding, finds study
Scientists reveal that coronaviruses de-activate lysosomes before using them to exit infected cells and spread through the body.
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Vard to Build Second Stern Trawler for Luntos
Designer and builders of specialized vessels Vard said it has signed an agreement for the design and construction of another
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The Horsehead Nebula in Orion: An Unbridled Look
The Horsehead Nebula has captured the public's attention like few other celestial objects. And though its history is fascinating, it's also mysterious.
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Hubble gets Halloween-y with grinning 'Greater Pumpkin' galaxies
Hubble -- a joint project of NASA and the European Space Agency -- snapped a spooky view of two galaxies colliding, and it reminded NASA of the Peanuts pumpkin, so it earned "'Great' is an understatement in this case because the galaxy pair spans 100,
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Earnings and Growth Analysis : South State (NASDAQ:SSB)
South State announce their quarterly, annual earnings. See the latest EPS estimates. Listen to the conference call and remind yourself
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'Miracle of nature': Record number of endangered turtles hatch in Mexico
An Indigenous conservation group released over 2,500 Olive Ridley sea turtle hatchlings into the Gulf of California this year.
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Integrity and Trust
While machine learning and data science were the conference themes, fundamental issues of integrity, transparency and patient trust were a refrain. The importance of these underlying issues has been starkly illuminated by the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic,
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Devon's award winning dinosaur attraction Seaton Jurassic is getting bigger
Expansion plans for for the second phase of one of East Devon’s best tourist attraction have been supported. Seaton Jurassic, the community-led centre that engages thousands of people with East Devon’s unique geological,
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Math Assistance Center tutors find new ways to provide help for students during pandemic
Tutors in the Math Assistance Center (MAC) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock are finding ways to help UA Little Rock students despite being in the midst of a pandemic. Denise LeGrand, director of the Math Assistance Center since 1996,
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China's First Marine Ranch Platform is Anchored Off Yantai, China
The Genghai No 1, China's first ecological marine ranch platform, is anchored off the coast of Yantai, Shandong Province, on Thursday, October 29, 2020. The new intelligent complex makes use of artificial intelligence,
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Academies' report reviews debate on genome editing for crop improvement
Since the ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU of 2018, which placed genome-edited crops under the Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) legislation, the scientific community has passionately debated the future of these new breeding techniques.
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Face mask aims to deactivate virus to protect others
Researchers have developed a face mask with an embedded antiviral layer that sanitizes the wearer's respiratory droplets to make them less infectious to others.
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Fish are Netted at a Marine Ranch Platform in Yantai, China
Chinese men net thousands of farmed fish at the Genghai No 1, China's first ecological marine ranch platform, anchored off the coast of Yantai, Shandong Province, on Thursday, October 29, 2020. The new intelligent complex makes use of artificial intelligence,
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