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    27 June
    3D Printing

    How Technology Has Enhanced Your Manufacturing Facility

    It is no secret that technology has helped and improved the working environment for many and no more than in the manufacturing industries, making them safer to work in, more comfortable, as well as making production itself a lot faster. It is not only in this that the benefits have been felt. Indeed, there are ways that you can still embrace even more technology into your business and watch it improve your business from every aspect possible. Being Able to Go Paperless Being paperless is a big thing in the manufacturing industry, especially when the business concerned is manufacturing electrical…

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  • 25 June
    DNA

    Microscopic Mites That Mate on Our Faces at Night May Soon Become One With Humans

    Image showing Demodex folliculorum mite on skin under Hirox microscope. Credit: University of Reading The secret lives of mites in the skin of our faces. First ever comprehensive DNA analysis of mites that live in the hair follicles of all humans reveals explanations for their bizarre mating habits, body features, and evolutionary future. Microscopic mites that live in human pores and mate on our faces at night are becoming such simplified organisms due to their unusual lifestyles that they may soon become one with humans, according to new research findings. The mites are passed on during birth and are carried…

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  • 25 June
    Neutrons

    Experimental Discovery of a Tetraneutron – An Exotic State of Matter

    Lead Image: Scientists have announced the experimental discovery of a tetraneutron, a new and exotic state of matter that could also have properties that are useful in existing or emerging technologies. Theoretical physicist James Vary has been waiting for nuclear physics experiments to confirm the reality of a “tetraneutron” that he and his colleagues theorized, predicted, and first announced during a presentation in the summer of 2014, followed by a research paper in the fall of 2016. “Whenever we present a theory, we always have to say we’re waiting for experimental confirmation,” said Vary, an Iowa State University professor of…

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  • 25 June
    COVID-19

    New Research: COVID-19 Vaccines Saved 20 Million Lives Worldwide in the First Year

    Lead Image: According to a new modeling study, published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, COVID-19 vaccines are estimated to have prevented 20 million deaths worldwide in the first year of the vaccine program. First modeling study to quantify the impact of COVID-19 vaccines on a global scale estimates that 19.8 million out of a potential 31.4 million deaths were prevented in the first year after vaccines were introduced (December 8, 2020 – December 8, 2021). A further 599,300 deaths could have been averted if the World Health Organisation’s target of vaccinating 40% of the population in every country by the…

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  • 25 June
    Mars

    Why Did Mars Dry Out? Mystery Deepens As New Study Points to Unusual Answers

    Lead Image: Billions of years ago, a river flowed across this scene in a Mars valley called Mawrth Vallis. A new study examines the tracks of Martian rivers to see what they can reveal about the history of the planet’s water and atmosphere. Credit: NASA/JPL Caltech/University of Arizona Study led by University of Chicago scientist deepens the mystery about the climate of early Mars. Mars once ran red with rivers. The telltale tracks of past rivers, streams, and lakes are still visible today all over the planet. But about three billion years ago, they all dried up—and no one knows…

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