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What you missed at the eGames Awards 2022

by on May 14, 2022 0

Editor’s Note: This story was adapted for WRAL TechWire from a blog post originally published by North Carolina State University, with permission. +++ RALEIGH- Homegrown startups delivered another impressive performance at the 2022 eGames Awards Ceremony. The eGames was launched in 2009 as an annual startup competition, and the latest event saw more than...

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Elden Ring: How to defeat the ancient dragon Greyoll

by on May 12, 2022 0

Greyoll is an ancient dragon in Ring of Elden who lies lazily in a large clearing west of Fort Faroth in Dragonburrow, Caelid. Afflicted with scarlet rot, this enormous dragon is both flightless and immobile. Therefore, its only defense is its offspring, small dragons that patrol the nearby surroundings. Ternies can recognize his young...

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Superior Keto: Beware of SCAM 2022 Weight Loss Pills Reviews? Employment – Advent Health Shawnee Mission Medical Center

by on May 7, 2022 0

Maintaining proper frame weight is entirely in our hands. But in these busy lifestyles, we are unfortunately unable to maintain a healthy weight or a perfect lifestyle for ourselves. Majority of people are not happy with their body weight or handling an overweight body. If you suffer from obesity and want to lose excess...

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Digital evolution: how computing and AI are driving innovation in microscopy and advancing the life sciences

by on May 5, 2022 0

Biologists and other life scientists depend on microscopy to visualize cells and tissues in great detail in biological samples. To characterize samples to understand biological processes, including disease mechanisms, researchers are increasingly using a technique of multiplex or multicolor microscopy. This allows you to color different parts of the sample a different color –...

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Common Sources of Natural Polymer Nanocomposites

by on April 28, 2022 0

This article will discuss natural polymer nanocomposites and their sources, addressing the applications that these sustainable sources of nanomaterials can advance. Image Credit: Kletr/ Polymers are macromolecules composed of simpler repeating structural units linked together by covalent bonds. Natural polymers exist in nature as biomolecules and compounds that make up the bodies of living...

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New methods could improve the safety of both factors

by on April 19, 2022 0

As an additional layer of security, several online services have adopted two-factor authentication systems based on push notifications, whereby users must approve login attempts via a mobile device. In current authentication systems, in particular the “push to approve” approach, there is no explicit link indicating the correspondence between the user’s browser session and the...

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YAP1, inflamed T-cell subtypes linked to enhanced Durvalumab/chemo responses in ES-SCLC

by on April 11, 2022 0

Patients with extensive stage small cell lung cancer (ES-SCLC) whose disease harbors inflamed T cells or YAP1 according to an exploratory analysis of the Phase 3 CASPIAN study (NCT03043872) which was recently presented at the AACR 2022 Annual Meeting.1 An analysis of 2 different RNA sequencing-based SCLC subtyping methods applied in the context of...

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Allogeneic CAR T-Cell Therapy Leads to Brief CR in B-Cell R/R Lymphoblastic Leukemia Case Study

by on April 9, 2022 0

With further research, allogeneic CAR T cell therapy may help overcome the cost and production time barriers currently associated with autologous CAR T cell therapy. Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy has emerged as an effective type of immunotherapy, particularly in the therapeutic landscape of hematological cancers. But harvesting autologous CAR T cells for...

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Alfa Chemistry Materials launches high-quality perovskite materials for optoelectronics and photovoltaics research

by on April 6, 2022 0

New York, United States – April 6, 2022 – In a recent press release, Alfa Chemistry Materials announces that it has launched a full range of high quality products perovskite materialswhich have emerged as the most promising and efficient energy materials at low cost in various optoelectronic and photovoltaic researches and are currently in...

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Green hydrogen in Chile: a contribution to the global energy transition

by on April 1, 2022 0

Today, we see governments around the world adopting decarbonization policies to move their economies away from high-emitting electricity generation and polluting manufacturing/production of goods and services. The main approach has been to encourage renewable energies (mainly solar and wind) and various energy efficiency policies. The results have been reasonably conclusive so far regarding energy-related...

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Draper researchers find a new way to boost electro-optics to create PNT systems for harsh environments

by on March 30, 2022 0

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Engineers at Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc. in Cambridge, Mass., have developed new techniques to harden electro-optical components for assured positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) systems that must operate in environments with extreme temperatures, shocks and vibrations. According to Draper experts, harsh environments tend to have large temperature swings and high...

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Claims that crypto boosts financial inclusion are dubious

by on March 25, 2022 0

The cryptocurrency industry has recently become increasingly bold in selling its products to the public. Flashy TV commercials, top celebrity endorsementsand renowned sports arenas give just a few examples of the growing influence of industry. A particularly notable part of this advocacy has been claims by industry leaders that the growth of crypto assets...

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Identification of long non-coding RNAs related to autophagy in endometrial cancer via comprehensive bioinformatics analysis | BMC Women’s Health

by on March 23, 2022 0

Jiang R, Su G, Chen X, Chen S, Li Q, Xie B, et al. Aesculetin inhibits endometrial cancer proliferation and promotes apoptosis via hnRNPA1 to downregulate BCLXL and XIAP. Cancer Lett. 2021;521:308–21. CASE Item Google Scholar Clarke MA, Long BJ, Del Mar Morillo A, Arbyn M, Bakkum-Gamez JN, Wentzensen N. Association of endometrial cancer...

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Bill Would Update Education Funding Formula | Local News

by on March 22, 2022 0

MONTPELIER, Vermont — The Senate Finance Committee introduced a bill the week of March 7 that seeks to address inequities in education funding for K-12 schools in Vermont. Last Wednesday, committee members unanimously approved the yet-to-be-named bill that would update the per-student weights in the formula the state uses to calculate the amount of...

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Scientists design a new technique to boost chip yield from a semiconductor wafer

by on March 16, 2022 0

The team’s chemical-free printing technique, combined with metal-assisted chemical etching, resulted in semiconductor wafers with highly uniform and scalable nanowires. Credit: NTU Singapore Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) have developed a technique to create a highly uniform and scalable semiconductor wafer, paving...

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AI Platform AiFi Raises $65M in Series B

by on March 15, 2022 0

AiFi, the artificial intelligence (AI) platform enabling retailers to access self-driving shopping solutions, announced on Friday (March 11) that a Series B funding round raised $65 million, according to a Press release. The money will be used to expand AiFi’s technical team. AiFi’s total funding is now $80 million. Steve Gu, co-founder and CEO...

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Sorting in the time of COVID-19

by on March 9, 2022 0

Since March 2020, all health facilities around the world have been threatened by the spread of COVID-19 among the population. Emergency departments have faced numerous patients suspected of SARS-CoV-2 infection and the subsequent risk of infecting other patients and healthcare providers. In already fragile or overstretched health systems, no hospital was fully prepared to...

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A video from InvestmentPitch Media discusses the Northern Lights report of assays up to 66m of 1.61 g/t gold from the first two drill holes at its Tin Cup prospect in Arizona – Video available on

by on February 23, 2022 0

Highlights and key findings of the report include: The two targets appear as separate conductive bodies within sedimentary rocks near the contact with the Cassiar Batholith. They coincide with prominent silver-lead-zinc anomalies; Both targets are near the Main Zone vein system that has been explored on the property to date. These veins potentially represent...

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City considering individual homeless shelters

by on February 16, 2022 0

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne could have a new method of serving the homeless if a draft plan comes to fruition: individual shelters. The city worked with consulting firm Homebase to find the best use of more than $4 million in federal funds from the US bailout program of HOME Investment Partnerships....

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Gavin Newsom’s $115 Million Bet on OER and Community Colleges

by on February 4, 2022 0

California Governor Gavin Newsom made securities last year, when he committed $115 million to expand state investment in a zero-cost textbook program that relies heavily on open educational resources, a move Newsom said “would deal with racketeering…it’s the textbook industry”. More than six months after Newsom signed the legislation allocating the funds, little has...

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Detection and prevention of grass tetany

by on January 30, 2022 0

Detection and prevention of grass tetany January 30, 2022, 06:10 Grass tetany often occurs when cows are left to graze in lush, low fiber pens and if left undetected can be very costly. Good weather and dry conditions allowed some farmers to bring their cows out to grass. Although there are many benefits to...

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Is coal-based liquid hydrogen essential for green energy? Experts doubt it | Graham Readfearn

by on January 27, 2022 0

A world-first shipment of liquid hydrogen from Australia has been declared momentous – a pivotal moment as the world fights for clean liquid fuels to bring global greenhouse gas emissions to zero. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the shipment – ​​loaded onto a purpose-built Japanese vessel at the port of Hastings in Victoria –...

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LAMP-based test quickly detects SARS-CoV-2

by on January 25, 2022 0

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a new test for COVID-19 that combines the speed of over-the-counter antigen tests with the accuracy of PCR tests that are processed in medical labs and hospitals. The Harmony COVID-19 test is a diagnostic test that, like PCR tests for COVID-19, detects the genetic material of...

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The ‘confusing and complicated’ college financial aid game could change

by on January 22, 2022 0

According to experts, the main problem with financial aid is that students and their families are forced to make huge financial decisions about whether and where to apply to college with quite limited information about how much they will have to pay. Colleges, meanwhile, are gathering increasingly detailed information about students’ families through sophisticated...

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Alabama to appeal judge’s order blocking execution of Matthew Reeves on January 27

by on January 13, 2022 0

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WIAT) – The state of Alabama appealed a federal judge’s order blocking the execution of Matthew Reeves later this month. In a court document filed Monday, state attorneys called U.S. District Court Judge R. Austin Huffaker’s ruling “clearly wrong” and said the court “abused its discretion” in deciding that death row inmate...

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Class action filed against the best private colleges

by on January 11, 2022 0

A class action was filed Sunday against 16 private colleges and universities, accusing them of running a “cartel” and violating antitrust laws in the way they calculate aid, forcing thousands of students to pay more than they shouldn’t have to pay to register. The lawsuit has been filed by five recent graduates, but seeks...

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Consumers of poorly washed fruits and vegetables are at risk of typhoid – Expert

by on January 1, 2022 0

Abeokuta, Ogun-based doctor Dr Ojuolape Kuti discusses the causes and prevention of typhoid in this interview with GODFREY GEORGE How? ‘Or’ What can typhoid best be described? I would like to defer to the World Health Organization definition of disease. Typhoid, also known as salmonellosis, is a “potentially fatal infection caused by the bacteria...

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Plants and algae prove their usefulness in boosting fish immunity

by on December 31, 2021 0

Water scarcity, fish health, and antimicrobial resistance have all grown in importance in African aquaculture in recent years, with policymakers racking their brains over the costs and environmental effects of conventional measures to control. prevention and management. Fortunately, alternative treatments based on plants and algae offer interesting solutions. While the larger farms have agreements...

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Is silver a good investment in 2022?

by on December 29, 2021 0

Silver remains an exciting investment opportunity for 2022 and beyond. Silver is known for its higher volatility compared to gold, a characteristic that was clearly visible over the past year in 2021. (For reference you can read the full article by my colleague Joshua McMorrow- Hernandez on investing in silver by following this link.)...

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JAIST researchers develop promising anode material for ultra-fast charging

by on December 27, 2021 0

To overcome the slow charge times of conventional lithium-ion batteries, scientists at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) have developed a new anode material for lithium-ion (LIB) batteries that allows ultra-fast charging. Produced via a simple, environmentally friendly and efficient approach involving the calcination of a bio-based polymer, this new material...

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University of Chicago and Tel Aviv University researchers present “Text2Mesh”: a new framework for modifying both the color and geometry of 3D meshes based on a text target

by on December 26, 2021 0 In recent years, neuron-based generative models have been the center of attention for their exceptional ability to create aesthetically appealing graphical content that seems to come out of nowhere. Recent solutions of this type, like VQGAN and in general all derivations of Generative Adversarial Networks and their combination with other deep learning techniques,...

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Omicron variant: What do we know about the new Covid strain and why are scientists so worried? | Health

by on December 13, 2021 0

Internal border restrictions in Australia have eased as local cases of the Omicron variant increase. Abroad, the UK has raised its Covid alert level and reintroduced restrictions amid concerns that Omicron poses a “rapidly growing risk to the public and health services”. Here’s what we know so far about Omicron, and how worried Australia...

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Showa Denko develops neural network models to accurately predict mechanical properties of aluminum alloys

by on December 7, 2021 0

Showa Denko KK (SDK; TSE: 4004) has developed neural network models * 1 to predict the mechanical properties of 2000 series aluminum alloys * 2 from their design conditions with high precision in collaboration with the National Institute for Material Science (NIMS) and the University of Tokyo (UTokyo). The models developed allow us to...

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New microscopy method offers 3D tracking of 100 unique molecules at a time

by on November 23, 2021 0

Since its invention more than 400 years ago, the microscope has never stopped evolving, examining ever more deeply the mysteries of nature at the smallest scales. In new research, Shaopeng Wang, his postdoctoral researcher Guangzhong Ma, and colleagues at the Biodesign Center for Bioelectronics and Biosensors at Arizona State University describe advances in microscopy...

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This high efficiency flexible perovskite solar

by on November 19, 2021 0

image: Using the vacuum annealing method in the fabrication of the low temperature SnO2 electron transport layer (100), the remarkable open circuit voltage (1.14V) and efficiency (20.14% ) are obtained for perovskite solar cells with flexible PET substrates. seen Following Credit: Journal of Energy Chemistry Flexible solar cells have aroused great interest due to...

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KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to SEB Funding LLC, Series 2021-1 Notes

by on November 10, 2021 0

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) assigns preliminary ratings to three classes of notes of SEB Funding LLC, an entire corporate securitization. This transaction represents the first securitization of Self Esteem Brands LLC (“Self Esteem Brands”, “SEB” or the “Company”). The transaction is structured as a “global securitization” (WBS) in which...

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The Chettinad Affair | Food

by on November 9, 2021 0

What is the cuisine of Chettinad? Chettinad Cuisine is the cuisine of the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu, a group of 76 villages in southern Tamil Nadu spanning an area of ​​1,500 square kilometers. Part of this set – of around thirty villages – has been nominated for its “outstanding universal value” by UNESCO....

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Google and UC Berkeley’s data-driven offline optimization approach dramatically improves hardware accelerator performance and reduces simulation time by over 90%

by on November 5, 2021 0

Application-specific hardware accelerators have become a new paradigm for improving efficiency in the machine learning research community and in industry. However, the design and optimization of these hardware accelerators requires considerable manual effort as well as time and energy consuming simulations. In addition, such simulation-based approaches must be rerun from scratch whenever the set...

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Sampling ocean waters for species DNA shows promise in ecosystem management

by on November 3, 2021 0

The effective management of marine ecosystems, preserving biodiversity, protecting ocean-based livelihoods and ensuring sustainable fisheries, requires extensive information on threats, location, abundance and food requirements. and in species habitat. Regular collection of this data as part of a monitoring program enables informed and adaptive decision-making on how best to promote ecosystem-based management as well...

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Trends in SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence in Massachusetts

by on November 2, 2021 0

Newborn screening (NBS) was first used to measure human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) seroprevalence in the late 1980s. This method is useful for monitoring respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection. severe acute (SARS-CoV-2) in the absence of symptomatic disease. To study: SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence trends in Massachusetts estimated from newborn screening samples. Image Credit: Simfalex / Shutterstock...

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Diabetes in African Americans: Risk and Prevention

by on October 29, 2021 0

According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), diabetes affects more than 34 million children, adolescents and adults in the United States. Although diabetes affects people of all races and ethnicities, it is more prevalent in certain racial and ethnic groups. In fact, non-Hispanic African Americans are 60 percent more...

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