Month: April 2021

IMAGE: (left) Schematic of the PE-brush-grafted nanochannel system. (right) Flow reversal with applied electric field strength. view more  Credit: T. H. Pial et al., ACS Nano, 2021, DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.0c09248 Nanochannels have important applications in biomedicine, sensing, and many other fields. Though engineers working in the field of nanotechnology have been fabricating these tiny, tube-like structures for
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It’s not what you’re used to seeing in a Marvel Studios release: bright neon light casting Simu Liu and his on screen opponent in neon silhouette; a dazzling array of forested trees acting as both venue and enraptured audience for a fight scene in the woods; just even an occasional emphasis on shadows, period. Yet
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IMAGE: The illustration shows the strongly different surface structures that form for the three molecules studied when adsorbed on a metal surface. view more  Credit: Jeindl – TU Graz The production of nanomaterials involves self-assembly processes of functionalized (organic) molecules on inorganic surfaces. This combination of organic and inorganic components is essential for applications in organic
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SciShow is supported by Brilliant.org. Go to https://Brilliant.org/SciShow to get 20% off of an annual Premium subscription. Venomous snakes produce some of the world’s deadliest substances, so they have to be pretty careful about how they use it. But what happens if they accidentally inject themselves with their own harmful cocktail? Hosted by: Rose Bear
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The concept of linking many minds together to act in concert, or even fuse into a new singular entity, has been popular in science fiction for decades. Today we will explore the idea and Networked Intelligence in general, to see how realistic it is, and what benefits or concerns might arise from it. Visit our
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There’s basically a hole in the universe — a region where there’s much less matter than there should be. And we don’t know why it’s there. Hosted by: Caitlin Hofmeister ———- Dooblydoo thanks to the following Patreon supporters — we couldn’t make SciShow without them! Shout outs go to Justin Ove, Chris Peters, John Szymakowski,
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This article contains spoilers for The Nevers episode 2. Say what you will about HBO’s latest fantasy series The Nevers, but one thing cannot be denied: it’s got some great names. While original creator Joss Whedon and his questionable legacy have departed the project, he left behind some truly fascinating characters and character names for
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This Fear the Walking Dead review contains spoilers.  Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 9 If there’s one thing Fear the Walking Dead understands about existing in a zombie apocalypse, it’s that living is hard. Every week, our grizzled cast of characters must contend with the inevitable attrition within their ranks. As we learned last week
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This Fear the Walking Dead article contains spoilers. The twisting and turning second half of Fear the Walking Dead season 6 continues with “Things Left to Do,” which says goodbye to yet another main cast member, although few viewers will likely mourn her. Virginia, one of the series’ most uniquely deranged big bads, has breathed
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TJ might be across the ocean for Manifest season 3, but Olive has a new university student to puzzle through the historical artifacts with: her father’s latest research assistant Levi, played by actor Will Peltz. Begrudgingly at first, Levi accepts Olive’s help with all of the Al-Zuras material coming in from TJ’s investigation in Egypt,
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A team of researchers from QuTech in the Netherlands reports realization of the first multi-node quantum network, connecting three quantum processors. In addition, they achieved a proof-of-principle demonstration of key quantum network protocols. Their findings mark an important milestone towards the future quantum internet and have now been published in Science. The quantum internet The
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Researchers have made some unexpected readings of mysterious particles called muons, which may make us reexamine the Standard Model in physics. Hosted by: Stefan Chin April Pin of the Month: https://store.dftba.com/collections/all/products/scishow-pin-of-the-month-mini-neptunes-april SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It’s called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow
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Stockholm Syndrome has become a pop culture cliché, but the truth behind it is a little more complicated than TV might have you believe. Hosted by: Brit Garner ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Kevin Bealer, Mark Terrio-Cameron, KatieMarie Magnone, Inerri, D.A.
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A new generation of miniature recording probes can track the same neurons inside tiny mouse brains over weeks — and even months. The new tools build on the success of the original Neuropixels probes released in 2017 and currently used in more than 400 labs. Neuropixels 2.0 are much smaller — about a third the
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“P.S. Negan Lives.” Those were the final words written by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman in a letter following the conclusion of the comic’s 193rd and final issue. It was a cheeky missive to fans clamoring for confirmation that their favorite character made it through the series unscathed. It was also an acknowledgement from
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IMAGE: A flexible polymer membrane incorporating nanoparticles of PAF selectively absorbs nearly 100% of metals such mercury, copper or iron during desalination, more efficiently producing clean, safe water. view more  Credit: UC Berkeley photos courtesy of Adam Uliana University of California, Berkeley, chemists have discovered a way to simplify the removal of toxic metals. like mercury
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Antoine Aiello, Nora Dempsey, François Jérôme and Amanda Silva Brun are the four recipients of the CNRS 2021 Innovation Medal. Created 10 years ago, this distinction honours people whose outstanding research has led to significant technological, economic, therapeutic or social innovations that promote French scientific research. From patent filings and pre-maturation programmes for innovative projects,
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Use my link http://www.audible.com/isaac or text “ISAAC” to 500-500 to get a free book including a copy of “Rendevous with Rama” and a 30-day free trial of Audible. Today we will begin our look at the spaceships we might use for colonizing interstellar space in the future. In order to cover the vast distances between
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This article contains Synchronic spoilers. “Time is the school in which we learn / Time is the fire in which we burn,” wrote poet Delmore Schwartz decades ago, and if any genre filmmakers take that couplet to heart, it’s Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. The self-contained directing/writing/producing/acting pair have made four feature films to date,
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