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Antoine Aiello, Nora Dempsey, François Jérôme and Amanda Silva Brun are the four recipients of the CNRS 2021 Innovation Medal. Created 10 years ago, this distinction honours people whose outstanding research has led to significant technological, economic, therapeutic or social innovations that promote French scientific research. From patent filings and pre-maturation programmes for innovative projects,
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The kids of Third Year Class-B Shiroiwa Junior High School are back in a brand new UHD restoration of the classic cult shocker, Battle Royale and we have an exclusive clip from the start of the movie as the class realise the bloody future that awaits them. Enjoy… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow:
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IMAGE: Over 200 million tons of ammonia are produced each year, most of which is used as a fertilizer. Thus, it is essential to find scalable ecofriendly synthesis routes to satisfy… view more  Credit: Freepik Ammonia (NH3) is among the most important chemicals produced by humans and has a promising future in sustainable energy applications besides
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IMAGE: Researchers encoded patterns and designs into the material by making tiny, invisible tweaks to the geometry of the triangular lattice. view more  Credit: (Image courtesy of Shucong Li/Bolei Deng/Harvard SEAS) Reconfigurable materials can do amazing things. Flat sheets transform into a face. An extruded cube transforms into dozens of different shapes. But there’s one thing
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Publisher: DC Comics Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Greg Capullo Back in 2017, the dynamic duo of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo unleashed Dark Nights: Metal, a DC-wide crossover event that pitted the Justice league against Barbatos, God Of The Dark Multiverse. This adventure gave birth to a whole suite of twisted alternate reality Batmans, each
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This SUPERGIRL article contains spoilers for Season 6, Episode 3, “Phantom Menaces.” Supergirl Season 6 Episode 3 On Supergirl Phantoms are on the loose, literally spreading misery and despair like a metaphor for unchecked grief. After a vampiric phantom slowly drains your soul, it will eventually cost you your life force. Meanwhile the Super Friends took on
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IMAGE: A fungal cell (green) interacting with a nanothin layer of black phosphorous (red). Image magnified 25,000 times. view more  Credit: RMIT University Researchers have developed a new superbug-destroying coating that could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections. The material is one of the thinnest
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The legendary Animal Crossing franchise is deserving of its iconic status for many reasons, but it’s hard to deny that part of the series’ longevity can be traced back to the memorable personalities of its villagers. In a franchise seemingly devoid of many traditional gameplay hooks, the thrill of inviting that one villager you’ve been
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IMAGE: UMass Amherst food science undergraduate student Matt Sheiman develops a plant-based burger. view more  Credit: UMass Amherst The University of Massachusetts Amherst is among nine institutions chosen to collaborate with Big Idea Ventures to help develop and commercialize new, sustainable food products and agricultural innovation that will fuel economic development in rural communities, the New
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The first significant PS5 update includes a feature designed to address one of the next-gen console’s most baffling and impactful storage shortcomings. Tomorrow’s PS5 update will finally allow PS5 owners to transfer next-gen games from the console’s internal SSD to external drives. According to the PlayStation website, these are the requirements for a compatible external
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This story is presented by: Characters don’t usually last too long on AMC’s zombie epic The Walking Dead.  Frequent, major character deaths are bound to happen amid a dangerous post-apocalyptic environment rife with ravenous corpses. The culling of cast is also just a fact of life for a physically demanding acting job that requires performers
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IMAGE: This sketch displays the experimental procedure of ultra-fast laser moving over the 3DFG electrodes. view more  Credit: College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Behind every heartbeat and brain signal is a massive orchestra of electrical activity. While current electrophysiology observation techniques have been mostly limited to extracellular recordings, a forward-thinking group of researchers from Carnegie
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