Month: May 2021

IMAGE: Researchers from Tokyo University of Science adopt a design approach for carbon fibers that optimizes fiber orientation and thickness to enhance the strength of fiber reinforced plastic, producing lighter plastic… view more  Credit: Robert Bye on Unsplash Carbon is vital to the existence of all living organisms, since it forms the basis of all organic
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IMAGE: Rossin College PhD students (from left) Nicole Malofsky (bioengineering) and Mari-Therese Burton (materials science and engineering) and have been selected for prestigious national STEM research fellowships. view more  Credit: Courtesy of Nicole Malofsky and Mari-Therese Burton / Lehigh University Rossin College PhD students Mari-Therese Burton (materials science and engineering) and Nicole Malofsky (bioengineering) have been
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Sucker Punch, Zack Snyder’s sexified 2011 action-fantasy mashup, hit shortly after the director had come off his ambitious (although reliably divisive) movie adaptation of Alan Moore’s groundbreaking Watchmen comic title. With the director having notably made waves behind the camera for 2004’s Dawn of the Dead and 2006’s 300, Snyder’s perceived genre gravitas—and imagery of
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Horror darling Hannibal was originally planned by creator and showrunner Bryan Fuller to run for seven seasons, but was sadly canceled after only three near-perfect ones. Pretty much ever since finale “The Wrath of the Lamb” aired back in 2015, the passionate Hannibal fandom has been asking for a continuation of the drama following the
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This Army of the Dead article contains spoilers. There’s a moment during Army of the Dead when a team led by former mercenary Scott Ward (Dave Bautista), on a mission to recover a casino owner’s cash from a vault in ruined, zombie-ravaged Las Vegas, comes upon the remains of a previous team seemingly sent into
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IMAGE: Diagram depicting the water circulation within an adult tunicate, C. Robusta. Red dots signify larger size particles while green dots are smaller ones, which can include nanoplastics and are shown… view more  Credit: A. Valsesia et al. via Creative Commons (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0), adapted by N. Hanacek/NIST If you’ve been to your local beach, you may have
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