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Feb 8, 2023

Tetraquinoline is the newest member of the nitrogen macrocycle family

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The new saddle-shaped macrocycle shows catalytic activity and affinity to zinc cations.

Feb 8, 2023

World-first ‘super’ magnet sparks nuclear fusion breakthrough

Posted by in categories: innovation, nuclear energy

A UK firm has announced a world-first set of “super” magnets that can be used for testing nuclear fusion power plants.

Tokamak Energy said the Demo4 magnet has a magnetic field strength that is nearly a million times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field, making it capable of confining and controlling the extremely hot plasma created during the fusion process.

Nuclear fusion has been hailed as the “holy grail” of clean energy, with scientists working on the technology since the 1950s.

Feb 8, 2023

How will Satya Nadella handle Microsoft’s ChatGPT moment?

Posted by in category: business

He has spent a career trying to return Microsoft to the pinnacle of tech | Business.

Feb 8, 2023

A universal flu vaccine: Here’s what you need to know

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, futurism

Researchers in the US have made progress on a ‘universal’ influenza vaccine, which would cover all strains and help reduce deaths in future flu pandemics.

Feb 8, 2023

Cancer Conundrum Solved: Researchers Unravel a Population of ‘Cheating’ Cells

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, engineering, health

Scientists at the University of Connecticut Health, Yale University, and Johns Hopkins University have discovered that certain cancer cells possess the ability to evade limitations caused by oxygen deprivation, enabling the cancer cells to continue to grow.

The findings were recently published in the journal Cell Systems. The research was led by Kshitiz, an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, in collaboration with scientists Chi V. Dang from Johns Hopkins and Andre Levchenko from Yale.

Nearly a decade ago, the researchers observed a strange phenomenon while looking at cancer cells under hypoxia—or a lack of oxygen.

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Feb 8, 2023

Top 10 Open-Source Programming Languages You Should Know in 2023

Posted by in category: business

The advancement in technology has resulted in organizations relying on programming languages like never before. With programming in place, organizations are in a position to achieve their business goals way easier than before. If you are aspiring to become a good programmer then it is important to have a fair understanding as to which are the most in demand programming languages in the market. In this article, we will talk about top 10 open-source programming languages you should know in 2023.


Python is a server-side language that has a wide range of applications to boast about. Be it simple scripting or advanced web applications, Python has got you covered. Python has made it way easier for the developers to use various programming styles including reflecting, functional, etc. It is considered one of the easiest and most marketable programming languages to learn.

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Feb 8, 2023

Meta Tells Managers to Become More Efficient

Posted by in category: employment

Meta tells managers that they need to do coding, research, design and other tasks that contribute the work itself. Not just tell others what to do.

Meta Platforms Inc. is asking many of its managers and directors to transition to individual contributor jobs or leave the company as it tries to become more efficient, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier reports on “Bloomberg Technology.“
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Feb 8, 2023

A mesothelium divides the subarachnoid space into functional compartments

Posted by in category: space

A fourth meningeal layer acts as a barrier that divides the subarachnoid space into two distinct compartments.

Feb 8, 2023

This Vegan Egg Makes Its Debut in US Restaurants This Week

Posted by in category: food

The price of eggs has more than doubled in the last year due to inflation, avian flu outbreaks, and the war in Ukraine. But demand for the breakfast and baking staple hasn’t gone down much; people like eggs, and there aren’t many viable substitutes that truly taste, look, and perform like the real thing.

An Israeli startup called Yo Egg thinks it has a solution in the form of vegan eggs. The product doesn’t share much with real eggs in terms of composition, but the company says it’s achieved a near-exact match in taste and texture.

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Feb 8, 2023

FTX asks politicians to return campaign donations, threatens lawsuits

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Yahoo Finance Live anchor Dave Briggs breaks down legal arguments for potential FTX lawsuits.
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