This article contains spoilers for Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy and the comic. Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy, the first product of the streaming company’s acquisition of Mark Millar’s “Millarworld” universe back in 2017, sets the stage for an epic superhero drama that looks to only intensify in subsequent seasons. The first season ends with several devious plot threads
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The PlayStation is fondly remembered for its classic collection of revolutionary games, advancements in 3D technology, and CD player functionality that let you easily play the Men in Black soundtrack whenever you wanted. As you’ve probably guessed from the title of this article, though, it’s also the home of some of the hardest games of
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IMAGE: Georgia Tech Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. student Yutong Guo (left) and her mentor, assistant professor Costas Arvanitis, have developed a way to use ultrasonics to treat brain disease. view more  Credit: Ashley Ritchey, Georgia Tech RNA-based drugs have the potential to change the standard of care for many diseases, making personalized medicine a reality. This rapidly
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IMAGE: Clocks pervade every aspect of life, from the atomic clocks that underlie satellite navigation to the cellular clocks inside our bodies. view more  Credit: Lancaster University A new experiment shows that the more energy consumed by a clock, the more accurate its timekeeping. Clocks pervade every aspect of life, from the atomic clocks that underlie
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Scientists from Nanjing University and University of Macau have discovered nano-scaled apoptotic bodies (ABs) as a new brain-targeting drug carrier, bringing new promise for the Parkinson’s Disease as well as other brain diseases. The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is the most restrictive barrier that keeps most biomolecules and drugs from the brain, setting “barriers” for the
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IMAGE: Quantum bit in a two-dimensional layer consisting of the elements boron and nitrogen view more  Credit: University of Stuttgart, Physics 3 Quantum computers or quantum sensors consist of materials that are completely different to their classic predecessors. These materials are faced with the challenge of combining contradicting properties that quantum technologies entail, as for example
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This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 8 Clarice episode 8, “Add-a-Bead,” mirrors the procedural with the psychological. Clarice (Rebecca Breeds) lets her emotions find a safe landing place as her ViCAP unit investigates the suicide of a medical student who jumped to her death. The opening segments of Clarice episodes are very atmospheric and
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IMAGE: Rice University chemists have adapted their laser-induced graphene process to make conductive patterns from standard photoresist material for consumer electronics and other applications. view more  Credit: Tour Group/Rice University HOUSTON – (May 6, 2021) – A Rice University laboratory has adapted its laser-induced graphene technique to make high-resolution, micron-scale patterns of the conductive material for
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IMAGE: Configuration of a hard-sphere glass close to jamming. For a comparison, the close packed structure of the crystalline face-centered cubic (FCC) configuration is also shown on the right-hand side… view more  Credit: Osaka University Researchers at Chinese Academy of Science and Osaka University show that, unlike the crystalline close packing of spheres, random close packing
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