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    24 November
    Business

    Gaining More Through Private Labeling

    From pharmaceuticals and cleaning products to groceries, private labeling is a common practice. As a product maker, several benefits of private labeling include greater earnings and less competition, making it a promising opportunity. “Generic” items are not what they appear to be: private labels contend against branded items at a lower price point and are sometimes supplied in bulk. Shop keepers and manufacturers benefit from private labeling through positive ROI, a widespread kind of retailing. What Is Private Labeling? Certain businesses or people will want their items sold under your brand name without acknowledgment if you plan on being a…

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  • 22 November
    Astronomy

    Could There Be Alien Life Next Door? Looking for Habitable Planets Around Alpha Centauri

    Artist’s illustration of a Super-Earth planet. Credit: NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech/Tim Pyle Could life survive around the nearest stars? In collaboration with the Breakthrough Initiative, Saber Astronautics, and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Professor Peter Tuthill is leading TOLIMAN, a project to discover if the nearest stars have planets that could support life. A mission to discover new planets potentially capable of sustaining life around Earth’s nearest neighbor, Alpha Centauri, was announced on November 17, 2021. The proposed telescope project will look for planets in the ‘Goldilocks’ zone around the star system just four light-years away, where temperatures could allow for liquid surface…

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  • 21 November
    Quantum Materials

    After 20 Years of Trying, Scientists Succeed in Doping a 1D Atomic Chain of Cuprates

    An illustration depicts an unexpectedly strong attraction between electrons in neighboring lattice sites within a 1D chain of copper oxide, or cuprate – a material that conducts electrical current with no loss at relatively high temperatures. A study led by Stanford, SLAC and Clemson discovered this unusually strong “nearest-neighbor” attraction in a 1D cuprate chain that had been “doped” to increase the density of its free electrons. They said the unexpected strength of the attractions may result from interactions with natural vibrations in the material’s atomic lattice, which may play a role in cuprate superconductivity. Credit: SCI-HUA The chemically controlled…

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  • 19 November
    Mars

    Dramatic Video of Mars Helicopter’s Challenging Flight Captured by NASA’s Perseverance Rover

    Lead Image: NASA Mars Helicopter Ingenuity illustration. Credit: NASA/JPL Recently downlinked imagery of a September flight has allowed the rover imaging team to put together a video of rotorcraft performing to near-perfection. Video footage from NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover of the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter’s 13th flight on September 4 provides the most detailed look yet of the rotorcraft in action. Ingenuity is currently prepping for its 16th flight, scheduled to take place no earlier than Saturday, November 20, but the 160.5-second Flight 13 stands out as one of Ingenuity’s most complicated. It involved flying into varied terrain within the “Séítah”…

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  • 19 November
    NASA

    NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Primed To Reveal Secrets of Galaxy’s Most Mysterious Planets

    Illustration showing what exoplanet GJ 1214 b could look like based on current information. GJ 1214 b, a warm sub-Neptune-sized exoplanet roughly 48 light-years from Earth, is one of the most studied exoplanets in the galaxy. Previous spectroscopic observations indicate that the planet is shrouded in aerosols (clouds or haze), which have thus far made it impossible to determine the composition of gases that make up its thick atmosphere. Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, and D. Player (STScI) NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Primed to Lift the Haze Surrounding Sub-Neptunes Detailed atmospheric studies will provide key insights into some of the…

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