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Russian Scientists Demonstrate Perfect Light Absorption by Single Nanoparticle

Technology Org 21 Jun 2021
In the future, this discovery will be helpful in the development of new technologies for wireless transfer of energy and data. The research was carried out by scientists from ITMO University and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) ... one of them states that the amount of energy absorbed correlates with the radius of the energy beam.
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Astronomers saw the Same Supernova Three Times Thanks to Gravitational Lensing. And in Twenty Years ...

Universe Today 21 Jun 2021
Most commonly, this cosmological conundrum is solved by invoking “dark energy” – a shadowy force that is supposedly responsible for increasing the acceleration rate. But scientists don’t actually know what dark energy is, and to figure it out they need a better model of the physics of the early universe.
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Heart attack survivor who had 12 energy drinks a day aims to ban sales to kids

New York Post 21 Jun 2021
energy drinks ... FTC approves PepsiCo acquisition of Rockstar Energy for $3.85 billion. A man who once downed a dozen energy drinks per day is warning parents to be sure their children avoid the “dangerous” beverages ... Kamen was once known to consume eight to 12 energy drinks per day.
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NEWS-PRESS EXCLUSIVE : Google works to create special computer

Santa Barbara News-Press 21 Jun 2021
This new technology can even reimagine the work of a traditional chemist, allowing scientists to examine, for example, the bonding energy of a molecule without ever having to create a physical model in the lab by hand ... “That, to me, is just the beginning of a whole set of new computer scientists, quantum computer scientists.”.
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The pandemic has revived hope that a more sustainable world is possible

The Observer 21 Jun 2021
Hence the increasing urgency from activists and climate scientists alike ... Before that the pressure to act on sustainability came largely from specialised interest groups, including climate scientists, energy specialists, some policymakers, ecological economists and simple living advocates who had been inspired by environmentalism.
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TII appoints eminent international experts

Gulf Daily News 21 Jun 2021
Employing and collaborating with 54 scientists, researchers, and engineers in the areas of research the Centre is currently focusing on nanomaterials, energy absorbing materials, additive manufacturing and 3D printing, metamaterials, smart materials, self-healing and high temperature thermoplastic materials.
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Breaking Down The Math Behind The COVID-19 Pandemic

IFL Science 21 Jun 2021
according to mathematical models designed by scientists at the US Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, lasting herd immunity was unobtainable without vaccines.
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Giles Yeo: ‘Let’s consider the type of food we eat, and not fixate on calories’

The Guardian 20 Jun 2021
The scientist and broadcaster discusses the drawbacks of calorie-counting and BMI in measuring obesity, and how our growing understanding of genetics is leading to new treatments Since the dawn of the 20th century, almost all weight loss guidelines have used ...
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Ask Dr. Universe: How do tiny seeds make huge trees?

The Spokesman-Review 20 Jun 2021
Some nuts, like cashews and almonds, are also seeds that can give us energy when we hike or play. Seeds actually store up their own energy in the form of something called starch, which is kind of like the food a seed needs to survive. The seed will use this stored-up energy to start growing into a tree.
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Are U.S. Diplomats Being Targeted by a New, Invisible Weapon?

Hamodia 20 Jun 2021
Not all scientists are convinced of the directed energy theory ... Though he said it had not been previously discussed before his trip, after the formal lectures, he was taken to a set of secret labs and army bases to field questions from scientists working on classified directed energy projects.
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Record breaking heat blasts Southwest, Southern Utah baking

St George News 20 Jun 2021
He and other scientists say the heat wave is unusual because it arrived earlier and is staying longer than in most years ... Normally, some of the sun’s heat evaporates moisture in the soil, but scientists say the Western soil is so dry that instead that energy makes the air even warmer.
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Giles Yeo: ‘Let’s consider the type of food we eat, not fixate on calories’

The Observer 20 Jun 2021
Since the dawn of the 20th century, almost all weight loss guidelines have used calories as a simple measure of how much energy we’re consuming from our food. But according to Giles Yeo, a Cambridge University research scientist who studies the genetics of obesity, there’s one problem.
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The art of probing the universe’s origins explainedThe Standard Model of particle physics describes the ...

Deccan Herald 20 Jun 2021
What happened at the beginning of the universe, in the very first moments? The truth is, we don’t really know because it takes huge amounts of energy and precision to recreate and understand the cosmos on such short timescales in the lab. But scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, Switzerland aren’t giving up.
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Majlis Report: U.S. Hindering Removal of Sanctions

Kayhan 20 Jun 2021
An agreement on restoration of the nuclear deal is within reach but is not finalized yet.” ... The U.S ... and the occupying regime of Israel, which is believed to have carried out a series of attacks targeting Iranian nuclear sites as well as assassinating the scientist who created its nuclear energy program decades earlier ... “We are very close.
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Earth's energy imbalance doubled in 14 years: NASA

Suryaa 19 Jun 2021
Scientists at NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the US found that Earth's energy imbalance approximately doubled during the 14-year period from 2005 to 2019. To reach this conclusion, scientists compared data from two independent measurements ...
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