Month: March 2021

While the first day of spring technically belongs to March, everyone knows that it kicks into high gear in April. To celebrate the changing of the seasons, Hulu is finally bringing back its signature original series for April 2021. Season 4 of the multiple Emmy award-winning The Handmaid’s Tale premieres on April 28. It’s been
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SciShow Space explores new theories about the timing of the development of life on Earth, and elsewhere in the universe. ———- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow Or
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IMAGE: Schematic illustration of the optical response of a dense atomic medium seen by traditional theories vs. the RG theory view more  Credit: ICFO Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon cover, voted the greatest classical rock album of all time, intended to portray the prism and dispersion of light into a rainbow as a certain
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Game of Thrones may have concluded its story in a divisively pyrrhic fashion, but the franchise wasn’t exactly left in ashes, thanks to a backlog brimming with several spinoff shows supported by creator George R.R. Martin’s purportedly eight-figure, five-year deal recently signed with HBO. However, it appears that the mythology, adapted from Martin’s novels, is
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HARWELL, UK (30 March 2021) The Faraday Institution has announced a £22.6m commitment to build on its momentum in four key research challenges: extending battery life, battery modelling, recycling and reuse and solid-state batteries. In doing so, and by strengthening the organisation’s commercialisation team and strategy, it is further focusing on those areas of battery
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IMAGE: Eric Decker, professor of food science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, received two lifetime achievement awards. view more  Credit: UMass Amherst Eric Decker, professor of food science, has recently received the two top awards in his field – the American Oil Chemists’ Society’s (AOCS) Supelco/Nicholas Pelick Research Award and the Institute of Food Technologist’s
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This Snowpiercer review contains spoilers. Snowpiercer Season 2 Episode 10 For the fifth time in the history of the show, the titular train of Snowpiercer finds itself under new ownership. Wilford built the thing, and then Melanie (Jennifer Connelly) stole it. She ran it successfully for 7 years, until it was taken over by Layton
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Ever since Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures announced they were building a “MonsterVerse,” this is the fight everyone’s been waiting for: Godzilla vs. Kong. Fire meets fur. As the undisputedly most popular monsters in movie history, King Kong and Godzilla are responsible for the entire idea of a “kaiju versus” film thanks to their first
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Warning: contains spoilers for the Unforgotten series 4 finale. Conflict might be the basis of drama, but love is what makes it a pleasure. Achieve the right blend of both and a TV show becomes somewhere audiences want to spend time. There’s a joy in being buffeted by plot but held in place by the constancy of
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IMAGE: The new non-volatile RAM, called ULTRARAM™, is a working implementation of so-called ‘universal memory’, promising all the advantages of DRAM and flash, with none of the drawbacks. view more  Credit: Manus Hayne A new type of universal computer memory – ULTRARAM™ – has taken a step closer towards development with a successful experiment by Lancaster
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IMAGE: A transmission electron microscope image shows the interlayer spacing of turbostratic graphene produced at Rice University by flashing carbon black from discarded rubber tires with a jolt of electricity. view more  Credit: Tour Research Group/Rice University HOUSTON – (March 29, 2021) – This could be where the rubber truly hits the road. Rice University scientists
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Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed a new way of using nanomaterials to identify and enrich skeletal stem cells – a discovery which could eventually lead to new treatments for major bone fractures and the repair of lost or damaged bone. Working together, a team of physicists, chemists and tissue engineering experts used
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This The Walking Dead review contains spoilers. The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 21 Robert Frost wrote in his poem “The Road Not Taken” about two roads diverging in a yellow wood. while the wood Carol and Daryl are walking through in “Diverged” are green, not yellow, the principle is the same. Two long-time friends
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IMAGE: Contact Lens Technologies of the Future offers one of the most comprehensive reviews of advancements to come, catapulting the commonly-used medical device to applications well beyond refractive error correction, including… view more  Credit: Centre for Ocular Research & Education (CORE) WATERLOO, Ontario, March 29, 2021–A newly-published paper represents one of the most comprehensive reviews of
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Warning: contains spoilers for Line of Duty series six, episode two. From the Brink’s-Mat Robbery, to predatory sex offender Jimmy Savile, the scripts for police drama Line of Duty are peppered with mention of real-world criminal cases. Blending reality and fiction cements the show’s naturalism and feeds into each series’ themes. Series six revolves around
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IMAGE: Bottlebrush polymer is a polymer consisting of a single main chain and numerous side chains grafting from the main chain. view more  Credit: NIMS NIMS and RIKEN have succeeded in synthesizing the longest ever bottlebrush polymer. This polymer–resembling a green foxtail–is composed of a main chain and numerous side chains grafting from it. The team
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