Mariko Tamaki, co-writer of critical darlings and Eisner-lauded books like This One Summer and Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me, and solo writer of books that more people should be talking about, like Supergirl: Being Super, was announced as the new regular writer of Wonder Woman. “Wonder Woman was the hero I grew up
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IMAGE: A schematic showing how “alkyne ” reactive groups incorporated into peptoid sequences coating the DNA origami can conjugate with fluorophore-labeled nanocargo (such as trastuzumab) that have been modified with “azide ” chemical… view more  Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory UPTON, NY–Scientists have designed and synthesized chains of molecules with a precise sequence and length to efficiently
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Skin diseases affect half of the world’s population, but many treatments are not effective, require frequent injections, or cause significant side effects. But what if there was a treatment that eliminated injections, reduced side effects, and increased drug effectiveness? A skin therapy with these properties may be on the horizon from Mark Prausnitz’s Drug Delivery
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IMAGE: Rice University graduate student Natsumi Komatsu was the first to notice that the alignment of 2D carbon nanotube films corresponds to grooves in the filter paper beneath the films. view more  Credit: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University HOUSTON — (March 9, 2020) — Ultrathin carbon nanotubes crystals could have wonderous uses, like converting waste heat into electricity
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IMAGE: DiversifyProteinScience.org web portal, which provides a resource to assist us all in achieving diverse, equitable and inclusive research and educational programs. view more  Credit: DiversifyProteinscience CANYON COUNTRY, CA – The Protein Society, the premier international society dedicated to supporting protein research, announces the launch of DiversifyProteinScience. This web portal seeks to improve exposure for traditionally
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Cue Whitney Houston film title track here, I guess. (Look, Kara and Andrea have some great chemistry, is all I’m saying.)  The would-be assassin sends Obsidian a lengthy manifesto claiming credit for a murder Kara thwarts, citing the dangerously addictive properties of virtual technology and the ways in which it’s ruining society. Given that a
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IMAGE: The Deformable Phase Plate was developed for use in multiple fields in microscopy. view more  Credit: Photo: Pouya Rajaeipour Together with the European Social Fund, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is co-financing an EXIST Transfer of Research project within the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Freiburg with 745,000 euros.
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IMAGE: Improved integration density: Comparison in integration density view more  Credit: @[2020] IEEE. International Solid-State Circuits Conference Osaka, Japan – Scientists at Osaka University built a new computing device from field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) that can be customized by the user for maximum efficiency in artificial intelligence applications. Compared with currently used rewireable hardware, the system
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Certificate: 18 Director: Tyler Cornack Cast: Tyler Cornack, Tyler Rice, Shelby Dash Running Time: 100 mins As tech company manager Rick Sanders (Austin Lewis) leads his staff in a peppy motivational session at the beginning of Butt Boy, the camera circles to one man who stands out from his co-workers, a craggy island of disconsolate
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Outlander is long overdue for a discussion on Sci Fi Fidelity even though some might argue it’s more of a historical drama than a science fiction offering. However, we couldn’t resist sparing the time to admire the time travel implications of the first few episodes of season 5 which has main character Claire increasingly dismissive
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