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This article contains Stargirl spoilers. Stargirl continues to deliver some of the deepest cuts in DC Universe TV history to fans each week. Not only that, it does it with not a hint of irony about it, even when it’s presenting characters who, to modern eyes, might appear a little bit hokey if presented in
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Publisher: Penguin Random House Writer: Tom Scioli Price: $28.99 If you like this, try… Amazing Fantastic Incredible – Stan Lee: A Marvellous Memoir An opportunity to see the other side of the story as told by Smilin’ Stan Lee himself. Anyone familiar with the history of comic books should recognise the name Jack ‘King’ Kirby.
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As a TV series, Psych is like one of those frozen yogurt chains where the wall is ringed with different flavors and you can keep pulling levers for whatever combination you want. There are the Shawn/Gus episodes, the “Shawn’s psychic lie is threatened” episodes, the increasingly genius and lovingly rendered (often ‘80s-tastic) tributes, and the
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HOUSTON – (July 14, 2020) – Where things get sticky happens to be where interesting science happens in a Rice University lab working to improve battery technology. Using techniques similar to those they employed to develop laser-induced graphene, Rice chemist James Tour and his colleagues turned adhesive tape into a silicon oxide film that replaces
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IMAGE: Electron-?like (blue) and hole-?like (red) states coexisting in a double quantum well can interfere if the system is suitably biased. view more  Credit: ETH Zurich/D-?PHYS Zilberberg group Electrons can interfere in the same manner as water, acoustical or light waves do. When exploited in solid-state materials, such effects promise novel functionality for electronic devices, in
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IMAGE: The new ultra high-performance gyroscopes will be integrated with existing imaging systems to map the precise position of objects around rail lines, one of the many potential applications of the… view more  Credit: RMIT University Australian researchers and industry partners will collaborate to design and manufacture the world’s most precise, compact and cost-effective gyroscope, in
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IMAGE: Neurotransistors: from silicon chips to neuromorphic architecture. view more  Credit: TU Dresden / E. Baek Especially activities in the field of artificial intelligence, like teaching robots to walk or precise automatic image recognition, demand ever more powerful, yet at the same time more economical computer chips. While the optimization of conventional microelectronics is slowly reaching
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IMAGE: Lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries have attracted much attention for its high energy density, low cost and environmental friendliness. However, they suffer from short life cycle, low columbic efficiency, and safety issues…. view more  Credit: Author How should one design porous carbon materials for advanced Li-S batteries cathodes? What electrolytes are extensively studied for high-safety Li-S batteries?
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IMAGE: Applying the MIT phenomenon of W03 in normal operation results in an electrode reaction while maintaing the H-W03 (Conductor) state with the insertion of a proton (left). In contrast, when… view more  Credit: Yong-Tae Kim (POSTECH) When a bicycle gets wet in the rain, the frame and chain become corroded or rusty which shorten the
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Hamilton is a phenomenon. That word gets thrown around frequently in the media, but in regards to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s compelling reimagining of the American Revolution, it’s true. By blending rap and hip hop rhythms with jazz and Broadway melody, and the history of America’s founding with a diverse cast of marginalized demographics who for centuries
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“Everybody’s happy now,” is the familiar refrain from Aldous Huxley’s classic novel Brave New World, and the phrase becomes the central irony of the adaptation on the new Peacock streaming service. Two of the main characters who immediately begin to question whether their supposed happiness in New London is truly fulfilling are Bernard Marx, the
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IMAGE: Freestanding and mechanically strong nanomembranes composed of two polymeric layers demonstrated superior carbon dioxide separation from nitrogen. As revealed by the study the surface of the composite membrane played a… view more  Credit: Roman Selyanchyn, I2CNER, Kyushu university Climate breakdown caused by the emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere is a major existential
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EVANSTON, Ill. — A new immunotherapy developed by researchers at Northwestern University dramatically extends the survival time of mice with triple negative breast cancer, one of the most aggressive and difficult-to-treat forms of breast cancer. In a new study, mice treated with the therapy, which comprises two immunity-boosting drugs housed inside a nanoparticle, experienced complete
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Red blood cells do more than shuttle oxygen from our lungs to our organs: they also help the body fight off infections by capturing pathogens on their surfaces, neutralizing them, and presenting them to immune cells in the spleen and liver. Now, a team of researchers from Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and
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The University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Food Science has been awarded a five-year, $482,549 grant to fund an experiential learning program for undergraduates, including independent research opportunities with faculty mentors and paid summer internships with industrial partners in the greater Boston area. UMass Amherst’s Food Science Undergraduate Experiential Learning (FUEL) Scholars program received one
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IMAGE: Design of halide perovskite materials for resistive switching memory with first-principles screening and experimental verification view more  Credit: Jang-sik Lee(POSTECH) Netflix, which provides an online streaming service around the world, has 42 million videos and about 160 million subscribers in total. It takes just a few seconds to download a 30-minute video clip and you
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Walter Mercado gave almost half the world their daily horoscopes, drawing 120 million Latinx viewers to their televisions every evening. Each of the astrologer’s fans got a personal reading which resonated with them, even though they shared their sign’s message with millions of others. Walter didn’t even have to consult his ephemeris. Mucho Mucho Amor,
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Duh-duh. Duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh. Duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh. Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo. That elaborately recreated and stunningly accurate rendition of the 30 Rock theme song can only mean one thing: 30 Rock is almost back!  Last month, NBC announced that it was bringing back its mid-2000s classic comedy 30 Rock for one more installment. And in true 30 Rock fashion, this would be
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IMAGE: NUS researchers have designed three nasopharyngeal swabs for COVID-19 testing: (from left) IM2, IM3 and Python. view more  Credit: National University of Singapore Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there has been a global surge in demand for nasopharyngeal (NP) swabs, a key element in testing for SARS-CoV-2. Singapore is no exception. Commercially available NP swabs
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IMAGE: Researchers discovered a new physical phenomenon of ‘ballistic resonance’. view more  Credit: Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University Researchers from the Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) discovered and theoretically explained a new physical effect: amplitude of mechanical vibrations can grow without external influence. Besides, the scientific group offered their explanation on how to
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