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Scientists want to unlock the mysteries of semiconductors

Magnetic excitation waves sweep through nickel oxide material whether it is in the superconducting mode or not. It’s another clue as to how unconventional superconductors Transport electricity loss-free. Scientists at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory embedded elementary particles called muons in a multilayered nickel oxide superconductor to learn more about its magnetic properties. They discovered …

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NASA-funded spacesuit technology may ease hot flashes in women going through menopause

A NASA-funded air-conditioning spacesuit could help menopausal women by relieving hot flashes Material intended for astronaut gloves is used in clothing that can relieve hot flashes Textile manufacturer Louise Nicholson was looking for a way to bring relief to women going through menopause, and her search led to NASA-backed technology About 1.3 million people experience …

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How Ani Liu brilliantly disguises her art as science

This profile is Part of our Culture Shifters series, which highlights people who are changing the way we think about the world around us. Read about film archivist Maya Cade, internet stars Keyon Elkins and Drew Afualo, rapper Latashá, music historian Katelina Eccleston, filmmaker Alika Tengan, artist Kay Rufai, and actors Rhoyle Ivy King and …

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An infusion of public health ethics could have improved COVID policies

Distrust and at times outright rejection of the evolving pandemic public health guidance could have been minimized by relying more heavily on input and guidance from ethicists, argue the authors of a new Perspective article in the New England Journal of Medicine. “Policy-making always involves trade-offs based on evolving knowledge and values, and public health …

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Scientific administrators discuss ways to address issues and specific technology needs of states

Senior science administrators from departments and departments discussed ways for science ministries to address state issues and specific technology needs, and ways to strengthen center-state coordination for the nation’s socio-economic development. The Chief Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, Prof. AK Sood, stressed the need for adequate investment in research and development from the …

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From the deep sea to outer space, tourism is now reaching the ends of the earth

article The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying the SAOCOM 1A and ITASAT 1 satellites as seen during a long exposure October 7, 2018 near Santa Barbara, California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) As the Dalai Lama said, “Once a year, go somewhere you’ve never been before” — and a …

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CDC streamlines COVID-19 guidance to help public better protect themselves and understand their risk | CDC Online Newsroom

Today, the CDC is enhancing its COVID-19 guidance to help people better understand their risk, how to protect themselves and others, what actions to take when exposed to COVID-19, and what actions to take are if they are sick or have tested positive for the virus. COVID-19 continues to circulate around the world, but with …

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