Month: April 2021

Soldiers, athletes, and motorists could lead safer lives thanks to a new process that could lead to more efficient and re-useable protection from shock and impact, explosion, and vibration, according to a new study. Pressurised insertion of aqueous solutions into water-repellent nanoporous materials, such as zeolites and metal-organic frameworks, could help to create high-performance energy
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IMAGE: Photograph of the sheet-type piezoelectric system. Accurate biomonitoring is possible without being noticed; the ultrathin and soft sheet system realizes attachment of the device to the skin. view more  Credit: Osaka University Osaka, Japan – Scientists at Osaka University, in cooperation with JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Weiz, Austria), introduced wireless health monitoring patches that use embedded piezoelectric
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This Mortal Kombat article contains spoilers. There’s a new Mortal Kombat live-action movie out on HBO Max, and it comes after nearly 30 years of games, cartoons, and movie adaptations. With such a long history to pick through, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the new movie has more than a few easter eggs and references
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This article contains spoilers for Mortal Kombat. The Mortal Kombat movie may be one of the first true blockbusters of 2021, but for millions of fans of the games, it’s also another chance to “get it right.” Sure, 1995’s is a somewhat underrated live-action adaptation of a video game, but its irredeemable sequel, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation,
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Quantum systems consisting of several particles can be used to measure magnetic or electric fields more precisely. A young physicist at the University of Basel has now proposed a new scheme for such measurements that uses a particular kind of correlation between quantum particles. In quantum information, the fictitious agents Alice and Bob are often
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Our hosts sit down with Greg Nicotero to discuss his extensive line of work including The Walking Dead and Creepshow which is available on DVD ad Blu-ray today! (June 2nd) Make sure to subscribe to AfterBuzz! – http://youtube.com/afterbuzztv HELPFUL LINKS: Website – http://afterbuzztv.com Apple Podcasts – https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/afterbuzz-tv/id407139777?mt=2 Follow us on Twitter – https://twitter.com/afterbuzztv Like us
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IMAGE:  “The stickiness, or viscosity, of liquids is incredibly important in biology, ” Professor Bowen said. view more  Credit: The University of Queensland The ‘stickiness’, or viscosity, of microscopic liquids can now be measured thousands of times faster than ever before, potentially leading to better understanding of living cells, disease diagnostics and pharmaceutical testing. University
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Netflix’s adaptation of fantasy epic Shadow and Bone has a lot going for it, but articulating a sense of setting isn’t one of them. While readers of Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse books may be able to spot the difference between a Fjerdan and a Ravkan, your average viewer coming in cold might need a little help
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IMAGE: Chemists at Rice University and the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany quantified the release of silver ions from gold-silver nanoparticle alloys. At top, transmission electron microscope images show the change in… view more  Credit: Rice University HOUSTON – (April 22, 2021) – There’s gold in them thar nanoparticles, and there used to be a lot of
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NUST MISIS scientists together with Indian colleagues from Jain University and Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College presented innovative membranes for the complete removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater. The special nanostructure of zinc-modified aluminum oxide made it possible to remove arsenic and lead from water with an efficiency of 87% and 98%, respectively. The results
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This episode is brought to you by the Music for Scientists album! Stream the album on major music services here: https://streamlink.to/music-for-scientists. Check out “Aristarchus in the Rain” here: https://youtu.be/kuD61YDmv6U Have you ever wondered why 75% humidity in the summer feels sticky, but 75% humidity in the winter feels super dry? Turns out, the common definition
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An excessive amount of alcohol can cause lots of problems, but lots of people drink fairly regularly without any of these problems. So, how do you know when you drink too much? Hosted by: Hank Green ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters:
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This episode is brought to you by the Music for Scientists album! Stream the album on major music services here: https://streamlink.to/music-for-scientists. Check out “The Idea” music video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUyT94aGmbc. The name “The Big Bang” makes it sound like there was a big explosion in one particular spot, but if that’s the case, where did it
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IMAGE: Top view of a biobot, consisting of a muscle cell-laden hydrogel and a spring-like skeleton. view more  Credit: IBEC Robotics field aims at mimicking what natural biological entities have achieved throughout millennia of evolution – actions like moving, adapting to the environment, or sensing. Beyond traditional rigid robots, the field of soft robotics has recently
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IMAGE: University at Buffalo tech can identify machines by their unique ‘hot end,’ could aid intellectual property, security. view more  Credit: University at Buffalo BUFFALO, N.Y. – 3D printing is transforming everything from fashion and health care to transportation and toys. But this rapidly evolving technology, also known as additive manufacturing, can threaten national security and
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