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Cadillac replaces Mercedes as U.S. Open tennis sponsor — here"s what it is planning

Cadillac has inked a multiyear deal with the U.S. Tennis Association, with plans to use the New York City event to plug its EV ambitions, including its Lyriq EV model......»»

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VW, Mahindra deepen EV component cooperation

India's Mahindra is planning to build five full-electric utility vehicles based on its new INGLO electric platform, which will use VW technology......»»

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Aston Martin DBR22 concept car bows at Pebble Beach

The two-seat open-cockpit V-12 powered sports car could see very limited production......»»

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This Impractical Yet Beautiful Gaming System Has A Walnut Case and Two Displays

Custom gaming systems are almost always fascinating to see. However, usually it is the case or the portability that we see people innovating in. This raspberry pi based gaming system posted to Reddit however shows off an impractical yet fun dual scr.....»»

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Spain fights fierce fire fanned by winds

Firefighters were battling strong winds Monday as a huge forest fire burnt out of control in southeastern Spain while another blaze in the north was stabilised, officials said Saturday......»»

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New climate deal spurs hopes of more carbon storage projects

The rolling prairie lands of northeastern Wyoming have been a paradise of lush, knee-deep grass for sheep, cattle and pronghorn antelope this summer......»»

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Engineering circular ribonucleic acids (circRNAs) for improved protein production

Circular ribonucleic acids (circRNAs) are a promising platform for gene expression studies as a stable and prevalent ribonucleic acid in eukaryotic cells, which arise from back-splicing. In a new report now published in Nature Biotechnology, Robert C.....»»

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Exploring the limits of G protein-coupled receptors

How do signals from outside the cell cause a response inside it? Such outside signals could be hormones or neurotransmitters. To notice them, the cell's surface possesses receptors. One of the key classes of such receptors are so-called G protein-cou.....»»

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Scientists clarify how best known superconductor works

In a series of experiments on lanthanum superhydride with impurities, researchers from Skoltech, Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS and their colleagues from the United States, Germany and Japan, have established the mechanism behind the highest-tempe.....»»

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Scientists develop gel made from spider silk proteins for biomedical applications

Researchers at KI and SLU have discovered that spider silk proteins can be fused to biologically active proteins and be converted into a gel at body temperature. One of the goals is to develop an injectable protein solution that forms a gel inside th.....»»

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Astronomers detect new eclipsing post-common-envelope binary

Astronomers have conducted photometric and spectroscopic observations of a binary system known as TIC 60040774. Results of the observational campaign shed more light on the properties of this system, revealing that it is an eclipsing post-common-enve.....»»

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Exploring the mental health impacts of COVID on Australian teachers

La Trobe University research has revealed the mental health impacts of COVID on Australian teachers. The survey findings have been published in the journal Psychology in the Schools......»»

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Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

An international research team led by the University of Göttingen has detected novel quantum effects in high-precision studies of natural double-layer graphene and has interpreted them together with the University of Texas at Dallas using their theo.....»»

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Social media fuels abortion fears among young Australians

American social media content and the powerful U.S. pro-life lobby are fueling stigmatization perceptions among Australian young people who may wish to seek out and use safe abortion services, a national study has found......»»

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How do we measure community disaster resilience?

In a new study published in the Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, retired Illinois State Water Survey engineer Sally McConkey and Eric R. Larson, a professor of natural resources and environmental sciences at the U. of I., examin.....»»

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Irreversible declines in freshwater storage projected in parts of Asia by 2060

The Tibetan Plateau, known as the "water tower" of Asia, supplies freshwater for nearly 2 billion people who live downstream. New research led by scientists at Penn State, Tsinghua University and the University of Texas at Austin projects that climat.....»»

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2D array of electron and nuclear spin qubits opens new frontier in quantum science

By using photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a two-dimensional material, researchers at Purdue University have opened a new frontier in quantum science and technology, enabling applications like atomic-scale nuclear magnetic.....»»

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Nuclear war would cause a global famine and kill billions, study finds

More than 5 billion people would die of hunger following a full-scale nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia, according to a global study led by Rutgers climate scientists that estimates post-conflict crop production......»»

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Weird and wonderful world of fungi shaped by evolutionary bursts, study finds

Scientists at the University of Bristol have discovered that the vast anatomical variety of fungi stems from evolutionary increases in multicellular complexity......»»

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Open science is facing headwinds

Within the scientific community, the words "open science" have been on everyone's lips in recent years. Open science entails a great promise of a democracy of knowledge, and it is considered to be a universally good thing. In the words of the UN Decl.....»»

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