Month: May 2020

Cobra Kai is sweeping the leg of exclusivity to YouTube, now set to seek a new platform. In a surprising development as news remains dry on the long-awaited third season of Cobra Kai, the series—the undisputed showcase scripted attraction of YouTube’s premium subscription service—is exiting the platform, with production company Sony Pictures Television now fielding
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HBO Max has officially entered the streaming wars and while it brings with it an impressive library of content—both old and new—it’s also realized how important a decent anime selection is to users. Warner Brothers has ties with companies like Studio Ghibli and anime specialty services like Crunchyroll, which they’re able to pull from for
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Rising Australian actress Odessa Young can be seen this Friday (June 5) in Shirley, as the pregnant wife of a young professor (Logan Lerman) whose lives cross paths with those of esteemed The Haunting of Hill House novelist Shirley Jackson (Elisabeth Moss) and her husband Stanley Hyman (Michael Stuhlbarg). While the film is fictional and
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IMAGE: These act as advanced catalysts to speed up the hydrolysis of amide bonds. view more  Credit: © 2020 Fujita et al. In proteins, amino acids are held together by amide bonds. These bonds are long-lived and are robust against changes in temperature, acidity or alkalinity. Certain medicines make use of reactions involving amide bonds, but
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IMAGE: Humidity sensor combining variable filter and solar cells. view more  Credit: Junsuk Rho (POSTECH) Smart windows that automatically change colors depending on the intensity of sunlight are gaining attention as they can reduce energy bills by blocking off sun’s visible rays during summer. But what about windows that change colors depending on the humidity outside
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IMAGE: A University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering researcher will use nanotechnology to detect defective iron-carrying proteins in a patient’s blood, which could help explain why these patients have anemia…. view more  Credit: UT Arlington A University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering researcher will use nanotechnology to detect defective iron-carrying proteins in a patient’s blood, which
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Perry Mason, a property practically synonymous with noir-driven detective dramas, has awaken from its dormancy, as evidenced by the imminent arrival of HBO’s long-developing reboot series. Matthew Rhys, the Emmy-winning former co-star of FX’s The Americans, stars as the eponymous protagonist in this 8-episode whodunnit series, which puts author Erle Stanley Gardner’s embattled lawyer (famously
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The Nanoscope team has developed Multi-Characteristic Opsins (MCOs) to sensitize cells toward low level of white light so that vision is improved at ambient room light. “Not requiring any external stimulation device and sensitivity to broad range of colors makes our approach unique as there is least chance of phototoxicity and damage to retina”, said
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UC Santa Barbara condensed matter physicist Andrea Young conducts his work at the boundary of theory and actuality, as he builds instrumentation to probe for signature quantum properties in advanced materials. Using his expertise in the realm of graphene systems, he and his research group also work to coax as-yet hypothetical behaviors from the two-dimensional
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Disney+ has announced its latest original movie, Secret Society Of Second-Born Royals that will stream exclusively on the service in July. Check out the trailer here… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Secret Society Of Second-Born Royals follows Sam, a rebellious teenage royal who unknowingly develops superpowers from a genetic trait
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IMAGE: University of Cincinnati engineering professor Vesselin Shanov displays carbon nanotubes he created in his lab. view more  Credit: Joseph Fuqua II/UC Creative + Brand Engineers at the University of Cincinnati are using a National Science Foundation grant to develop a face mask that can be sterilized with heat for re-use. “Currently, there is a significant
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