In the extraordinarily unlikely event that you didn’t catch Crisis on Infinite Earths, the massive and incredibly ambitious Arrowverse crossover that changed the CW’s DC superhero shows forever, when it aired in December and January, you’re about to get another chance. While the episodes of Supergirl, Batwoman, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow that
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And while many consumers might prefer to get their games digitally these days, physical game sales are still very lucrative for Sony, according to Schreier: “I believe they ran the numbers and decided that they’d miss out on too many physical sales.” According to Sony’s Q3 2019 financial report, digital downloads account for a smaller
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IMAGE: UMass Amherst Distinguished Professor of Food Science David Julian McClements is well-known for his cutting-edge work in food design and nanotechnology. view more  Credit: UMass Amherst A team of University of Massachusetts Amherst food scientists has been awarded a grant from the Good Food Institute to create tasty, plant-based, protein-rich food that’s similar in texture
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Along with religious studies experts, authors, alleged exorcists, apparent witches, and a self-professed Black Magic practitioner (and YouTuber), he speaks with those involved directly with the films, such as The Omen director Richard Donner and The Exorcist’s Linda Blair. In a particularly powerful interview about the supposed Poltergeist curse, special effects make-up artist Craig Reardon
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IMAGE: This is a conceptual illustration of living cells containing protein AND gates that have been designed to detect multiple signals to become bioluminescent. view more  Credit: MolGraphics/UW Medicine Institute for Protein Design The same basic tools that allow computers to function are now being used to control life at the molecular level. The advances have
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Cambridge, Mass. – A Boston-based startup company, NanoMosaic LLC, intends to commercialize a high-throughput, high-sensitivity platform for analyte detection developed at Harvard University. Through an exclusive license agreement with Harvard Office of Technology Development, NanoMosaic is developing screening tools based on functionalized ‘nanoneedles’ that may aid in a number of biomedical fields including the early
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“While we don’t know what the state of the pandemic will be this August, we do know it will not be possible to complete the work and planning with partners, vendors, volunteers, and others that is required to make QuakeCon a success.” QuakeCon has traditionally been a celebration of Bethesda’s id shooter properties. The show
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James plays Nelly Rowe, an unreliable drifter in London’s Towers Estate, and a regular in the close-knit friendship group at the estate’s Palm Tree pub. Nelly’s surrounded by mates played by an enviable cast including This is England’s Stephen Graham, Killing Eve’s Susan Lynch, and Doctor Foster’s Suranne Jones as Nelly’s ex Claire. Oscar nominee
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However, there are probably more than a few people who would argue against the idea that the original Resident Evil was a bad game. While it’s nearly impossible to convince anyone who still fondly remembers the survival horror classic otherwise, you do have to admit some of Resident Evil’s shortcomings when examining its legacy. By shortcomings, I
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IMAGE: Houston Methodist researchers designed a platform where a diabetes drug was chemically linked to fatty acids and then packaged in a nanoparticle resistant to the stomach’s gastric acids. Once inside… view more  Credit: Haifa Shen, Houston Methodist HOUSTON-(April 1, 2020)-We’ve all been warned about the dangers of triglycerides, the fat stored in your blood. But
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IMAGE: A nanostructured polymer film modeled on the white beetle Cyphochilus insulanus produces a brilliant white coating. view more  Credit: Julia Syurik, KIT Polymer foils that are extremely thin and characterized by a high light scattering rate are produced by a new process developed by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The inexpensive material may be applied
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IMAGE: Researchers cultivate plant cells in biochips to study the effect of various signalling substances on the cells. (Photo: Alexandra Wolf, KIT) view more  Credit: Alexandra Wolf, KIT Increasing drought and heat seriously affect plants. In the Upper Rhine area, for example, climate change results in the development of new plant diseases, an example being Esca,
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“Eternity Code brings new support for Ignition Assault themes like Ancient Warriors, Plunder Patroll and the Ignisters!,” says Konami regarding this booster pack series. “The game has changed, giving Duelists more ways to make the most of their Fusion, Synchro and Xyz Monsters. With countless competitors looking to leverage fan-favourite strategies, Eternity Code brings amazing
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IMAGE: From left: David Mason, Junxin Chen and Massimiliano Rossi in the lab view more  Credit: Ola Joensen Entanglement, a powerful form of correlation among quantum systems, is an important resource for quantum computing. Researchers from the Quantum Optomechanics group at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, recently entangled two laser beams through bouncing them
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IMAGE: This artist’s conception shows how the research team used artificial intelligence (AI) and other computational techniques to tune a quantum dot device for use as a qubit. The dot’s electrons… view more  Credit: B. Hayes / NIST A high-end race car engine needs all its components tuned and working together precisely to deliver top-quality performance.
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IMAGE: The structure of existing light-emitting device (left) and a new device with electrodes inside the light-emitting layer (right) view more  Credit: DGIST Dr. Soon Moon Jeong’s research team in the Division of Energy Technology at DGIST has developed a new structure of luminescence technology. This will enable the production of light-emitting elements that overcome the
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IMAGE: Computer scientist Professor Peter Sanders of KIT is awarded an ERC Advanced Grant for his project “ScAlBox – Engineering Scalable Algorithms for the Basic Toolbox. ” (Photo: Heidi Offterdinger) view more  Credit: Heidi Offterdinger Within his “ScAlBox” project, computer scientist Professor Peter Sanders of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) de-velops basic computation tools for many
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