Month: April 2020

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{FEATUREDTYPE}: {FEATUREDCAPTION} view more  Credit: {FEATUREDCREDIT}{FEATUREDCREDITMORE} A discovery that long eluded physicists has been detected in a laboratory at Princeton. A team of physicists detected superconducting currents — the flow of electrons without wasting energy — along the exterior edge of a superconducting material. The finding was published in the May 1 issue of the journal
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Certificate: 18 Director: Ethan Spaulding Cast: Joel McHale, Grey Griffin, Jennifer Carpenter Distributor: Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Running Time: 80 minutes Once in every generation, a great tournament between the realms takes place that will ultimately determine the fate of Earth. This is Mortal Kombat. This generation’s champions for Earth include bicycle-kicking Liu Kang, the
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IMAGE: Researchers suggested using machine learning methods to predict the properties of artificial sapphire crystals. It is a unique material widely used in microelectronics, optics and electronics. view more  Credit: Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University Researchers from Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) in collaboration with colleagues from Southern Federal University and Indian Institute
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This UPLOAD review contains no spoilers and is based on all 10 episodes. Greg Daniels, co-creator of NBC’s The Office and Parks and Recreation, is releasing one of the most anticipated new comedy series of 2020. That show is Netflix’s Space Force, his reunion with Office star Steve Carrell. His other new comedy series, Upload, hits
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For the past 20-plus years, ever since Blade and the first X-Men film opened the floodgates for superhero movies, some of Marvel Comics’ most iconic characters have found their way to the big screen. Spider-Man, the X-Men, Captain America, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, Captain Marvel…but the very first Marvel superhero has yet to
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IMAGE: This is Dr. Pooria Lesani, University of Sydney. view more  Credit: Dr Pooria Lesani, University of Sydney Chronic iron imbalances – having either too little or too much iron in the blood – can result in medical conditions ranging from anaemia and haemochromatosis through to more severe diseases, such as cancer, Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s
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IMAGE: Scientists proposed a new approach for efficient nanomaterials’ modeling. view more  Credit: Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University Researchers from Higher School of Theoretical Mechanics of Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) and Tel Aviv University proposed a new approach to improve the efficiency of mathematical modeling of the processes in materials at the
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Publisher 2K Games has revealed WWE 2K Battlegrounds: an arcade-like wrestling game that will seemingly replace WWE 2K20 as this year’s WWE title. “We’re thrilled to introduce you to WWE 2K Battlegrounds, a completely new WWE gaming experience that will feature arcade-style action and over-the-top Superstar designs, environments and moves,” says 2K via a recent
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IMAGE: Film deformation and changes in interference color by adsorption of molecule to suspended graphene. view more  Credit: COPYRIGHT (C) TOYOHASHI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Overview Associate Prof. Kazuhiro Takahashi and Mr. Shin Kidane (Master’s Program) of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering at Toyohashi University of Technology and others developed a
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IMAGE: A hydrogel lattice without (left) and with (right) coating. view more  Credit: Jonathan P. Singer/Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Rutgers engineers have created a highly effective way to paint complex 3D-printed objects, such as lightweight frames for aircraft and biomedical stents, that could save manufacturers time and money and provide new opportunities to create “smart skins” for
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We are delighted to exclusively reveal the paperback cover for Cold Storage by the brilliant David Koepp. Check out the illuminating cover for yourself! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Cold Storage is the highly-anticipated debut from acclaimed Hollywood screenwriter, David Koepp who is best known for his work on Jurassic
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It’s rare that we see maternal figures with so little redeeming qualities as Helena, and while I doubt we’ve seen the last of her, it would certainly be hard to explain a decade of absence following a lifetime of mistakes driven by a combination of addiction and selfishness. While Liz likely found it cathartic to
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Sony confirmed that The Last of Us Part II will be out on June 19. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, head of SIE Worldwide Studios Hermen Hulst also revealed that the release of Ghost of Tsushima has been pushed back by a few weeks to July 17. The announcement comes just hours after The Last
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Need more Baby Yoda in your life? Of course you do! Well thankfully Disney+ has got you covered and will be releasing an eight-episode documentary series named Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian on Monday 4 May. Check out the trailer below…<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> For the series, Executive Producer
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IMAGE: Using a fluorescence microscope, research scientist Dr. Xiuying Li observes the process of using an ultrashort laser pulse to activate ultra-photosensitive nanovesicles to release molecules. A fluorescence microscope uses fluorescence… view more  Credit: The University of Texas at Dallas University of Texas at Dallas researchers have developed a promising method for remotely stimulating activity in
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IMAGE: After being bombarded with ionizing radiation, this sample with copper-platinum nano-ink on its surface still conducts electricity. view more  Credit: Sandia National Laboratories WASHINGTON, April 27, 2020 — As demand for higher-efficiency and smaller electronics grows, so does demand for a new generation of materials that can be printed at ever smaller dimensions. Such materials