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Some mentoring relationships last for decades. How do they change over time? Julie Gould finds out. Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 See transcript Some researchers never lose touch with group leaders or committee members who mentored them as graduate students. As Jen Heemstra, a chemistry professor at Emory University in
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Flexible substrate with memory devices. (Courtesy: E Pop) A new phase-change memory device that uses much less energy than its predecessors could help meet the world’s increasing demand for digital information storage. The device, which was developed by researchers at Stanford University in the US, is made from a so-called superlattice material placed on a
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Mars is quite similar to Earth, as per a NASA scientist. In a video interview, astrobiologoist Dr. Becky McCauley Rench said that the Red Planet wasn’t as dry always, as we see it today. As per NASA’s own website, “Mars, like Earth, has seasons, polar ice caps, volcanoes, canyons, and weather.” Signs of ancient floods
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On the heels of Personio raising a big round yesterday, one of its competitors and another big startup in the area of HR has also picked up some fundning. Hibob, a London-based company that targets the mid-market with an all-in-one platform that handles various human resources functions, closed a Series C of $150 million. The
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SAN FRANCISCO – SpaceLink has awarded OHB System AG a contract with an anticipated value of more than $300 million to manufacture four satellites for its commercial space data relay constellation. After reviewing proposals from multiple satellite manufacturers, SpaceLink selected OHB based on a number of factors including the German company’s experience building Galileo navigation
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This article was adapted from the Climate Tech Weekly newsletter, delivered Wednesdays. Attivo Networks. Dragos. Rangeforce. Swimlane. If you pick through the portfolio list for Energy Impact Partners (EIP), you’ll find a wide variety of climate tech startups — and at least nine ventures with one core focus: securing digital and physical networks. EIP’s latest
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Extreme exoplanet: artist’s impression of WASP-76b. (Courtesy: ESO/L Calçada) Signatures of ionized calcium in the upper atmosphere of an ultra-hot, Jupiter-like exoplanet have been found by international team of astronomers led by Emily Deibert at the University of Toronto. The researchers say that the ions could have only formed if the upper atmosphere of the
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NATURE PODCAST 13 October 2021 How electric acupuncture zaps inflammation in mice The neurons behind acupuncture’s effect on inflammation, and how antibiotics affect gut bacteria. Benjamin Thompson & Shamini Bundell Benjamin Thompson View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Shamini Bundell View author publications You can also search
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Joseph “Joe” Montana, co-founder of iMFL and retired National Football League (NFL) quarterback, speaks during an interview in San Francisco, California, U.S. on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Joe Montana won his first Super Bowl as an NFL quarterback in 1982. Almost four decades later, he’s about to
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This is the Space Force’s first cooperative agreement with a venture capital firm WASHINGTON — Embedded Ventures, a venture capital firm investing in space startups, has signed a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Space Force, the company announced Oct. 13. Under the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, or CRADA, Embedded Ventures will work with SpaceWERX, a
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NEWS ROUND-UP 13 October 2021 Vaccines and Delta, Moon volcanism and an NIH departure The latest science news, in brief. Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share via E-Mail Share via E-Mail Download PDF A health worker gives a COVID-19 vaccine in Hanoi.Credit: Nhac Nguyen/AFP/Getty Vaccines cut delta transmission
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E-bike manufacturer VanMoof recently raised a $128 million funding round. And the company is already using some of that cash to develop a brand new product — the VanMoof V. This is a new product in the VanMoof lineup, a high-speed bike. The VanMoof V isn’t available just yet. Instead, the company teased the new
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HELSINKI — Chinese private launch Deep Blue Aerospace completed a 100-meter level launch and landing test with its Nebula M1 VTVL test stage Wednesday. Deep Blue Aerospace conducted the Nebula M1 vertical landing and vertical takeoff test at a facility at Tongchuan, Shaanxi Province, reaching a height of 100 meters before a powered descent and
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Dealing with climate change can seem impossibly costly. By all accounts, the toll will be many trillions of dollars annually for many years to come. So far, efforts have been patchy and painful. Washington is momentarily engaged in a high-wire act to fund a multitrillion-dollar, climate-focused package that could make or break Uncle Sam’s decarbonization
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Taken from the October 2021 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World app. At the recent European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO) 2021 congress, Tami Freeman heard from researchers describing the latest developments with the technique and its potential to improve cancer
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Steam rises from the cooling towers of the Lippendorf power plant south of Leipzig, Germany. picture alliance | picture alliance | Getty Images Energy prices around the world are at record highs as a power crunch hits Europe and Asia — and the International Energy Agency warned Wednesday that volatility is here to stay. In
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Twitter is deepening its investment in Spaces, the Clubhouse-like audio rooms the social network launched this year. The company announced the launch of a new creator program for Spaces on Tuesday. The Spark program is a three-month-long accelerator that aims to “discover and reward great Spaces on Twitter with financial, technical, and marketing support.” Twitter
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All hail accountants! The green-eyeshades profession’s stock has risen recently, as companies seek to address their sustainability challenges. Accountants’ ability to translate risks and opportunities into numbers, the theory goes, will enable the rest of us to evaluate the financial impacts and assess the resilience of a given product, brand or company. And by embedding
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Berlin-based climate tech startup, ‘Made of Air‘, has closed a €5 million (~$5.8M) seed funding round, led by Norwegian sustainability-focused family fund, TD Veen. Also participating are Patrick Pichette (former CFO of Google & chairman of the Board of Twitter), EQT Group, Thomas Von Koch (CEO & cofounder of EQT Group), Tuesday Capital, the co-founders
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Climate change has been the deepest, most challenging cognitive puzzle for humans to untangle these past years. It’s systems on top of systems, with emergent properties that can easily turn intuitive notions into catastrophic dead ends. Every action has a reaction or ten, and improving one part of the system almost invariably leads to weaknesses
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Roughly two hours pass between my initial email and our first Zoom chat — on a Sunday, no less. I skip the post-gym shower and pop on a baseball cap, because I’m not sure when the opportunity will present itself again. After more than two decades of espousing the benefits of vertical farming around the
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The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson isn’t a book that lauds ecoterrorists. In fact, it mostly manages to avoid the subject across its many pages. Yet, at the center of its speculative account about the eponymous ministry and its leadership over the next few decades, the dark side is the linchpin for
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Buckle up, it’s going to be a wild ride. The pace of change over the last few decades is only set to accelerate in the coming years, as improvements in biology, medicine, spacecraft, manufacturing, software and more continue to transform the very foundations of society, economics and politics. We cover these innovations pretty much daily
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What have we accomplished and what’s ahead in our mission to explore the Moon, Mars and worlds beyond? On Feb. 10, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine unveils the “State of NASA” and shares details of the FY2021 Budget and more. Bridenstine shared that “President Donald Trump’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget for NASA is worthy of 21st
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Physicists have built a new kind of device for coaxing light to act like a superfluid — a fluid at very low temperatures that can flow without any internal friction1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00 € only 3,90
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WORLD VIEW 12 October 2021 COVID lesson: trust the public with hard truths When governments assume that people will panic, that exacerbates the pandemic. Michael Bang Petersen 0 Michael Bang Petersen Michael Bang Petersen is a professor of political science at Aarhus University in Denmark. View author publications You can also search for this author
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