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Apr 21, 2024

Intermittent Fasting Linked to Vastly Increased Chance of Heart Attack and Stroke

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health

This regimented approach to dieting has helped many people achieve the discipline they need to lose weight, and some research has shown that it can provide a myriad of health benefits, including improved blood pressure.

But a new yet-to-be-published study, presented this week at a meeting of the American Heart Association, suggests that intermittent fasting could have serious consequences for your cardiovascular health.

In an analysis of over 20,000 US adults, the study found that those who eat in just an eight hour window or less per day — thereby fasting for at least 16 hours — had a 91 percent higher chance of dying from heart disease.

Apr 21, 2024

Intel completes assembly of first commercial High-NA EUV chipmaking tool — addresses cost concerns, preps for 14A process development in 2025

Posted by in category: computing

Transistor shrinking intensifies.

Apr 21, 2024

Rare black-footed ferrets successfully cloned from frozen tissue samples

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Noreen and Antonia were born back in February, but the organisation announced the news on Thursday, local time.

Both are healthy and continue to reach expected development and behavioural milestones.

Noreen was born at the National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Colorado, while Antonia resides at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute in Virginia.

Apr 21, 2024

SpaceX’s Revolutionary Raptor 4.0 Engine and Starship V3: A Game-Changer for Space Travel

Posted by in categories: energy, satellites

SpaceX’s new Raptor 4.0 engine and Starship V3 are set to revolutionize space travel, making it more affordable and accessible for orbital testing, satellite launches, and human missions to the Moon and Mars, while also benefiting the US Aerospace industry.

Questions to inspire discussion.

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Apr 21, 2024

SpaceX Starship: Raptor Engine Advancements and Falcon 9 Reliability

Posted by in category: space travel

SpaceX is making significant advancements in rocket technology, with the development of the new Raptor engine and the impressive reliability of Falcon 9 launches Questions to inspire discussion What updates have been made at the Boca Chica launch site? —The linkage arms, booster hold down clamps, and other components of the SpaceX Starship launch mount have been removed and reinstalled with some modifications, possibly in preparation for future launches.

Apr 21, 2024

Packs of dog-shaped robots could one day if they can find their footing on Earth first

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

A dog-like, bio-inspired robot called Spirit is still learning to walk, but could one day be deployed on the moon to explore steep, potentially hazardous areas with a team of robot companions.

Apr 21, 2024

Aubrey De Grey on the Buying Time Podcast with Liz and Saravanan. #shorts

Posted by in category: life extension

#longevity #science

Apr 21, 2024

From Culture to Clinic: Scale Up NK Cell Expansion

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Developing the clinical potential of NK cells as cancer therapeutics requires researchers to expand beyond conventional cell culture approaches.

Apr 21, 2024

Study uncovers neural mechanisms underlying foraging behavior in freely moving animals

Posted by in categories: food, neuroscience

While foraging, animals including humans and monkeys are continuously making decisions about where to search for food and when to move among possible sources of sustenance.

Apr 21, 2024

Unlocking the Secrets of Space Chemistry With Cold Coulomb Crystals

Posted by in categories: chemistry, particle physics, space travel

Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed experiments to replicate the chemical reactions of the Interstellar Medium, using techniques like laser cooling and mass spectrometry to observe interactions between ions and molecules.

While it may not look like it, the interstellar space between stars is far from empty. Atoms, ions, molecules, and more reside in this ethereal environment known as the Interstellar Medium (ISM). The ISM has fascinated scientists for decades, as at least 200 unique molecules form in its cold, low-pressure environment. It’s a subject that ties together the fields of chemistry, physics, and astronomy, as scientists from each field work to determine what types of chemical reactions happen there.

Now, in the recently published cover article of the Journal of Physical Chemistry A, JILA Fellow and University of Colorado Boulder Physics Professor Heather Lewandowski and former JILA graduate student Olivia Krohn highlight their work to mimic ISM conditions by using Coulomb crystals, a cold pseudo-crystalline structure, to watch ions and neutral molecules interact with each other.

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