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Scientists with the University of Chicago have discovered a way to create a material that can be made like a plastic, but conducts electricity more like a metal.
Scientists have devised a method for integrating expensive platinum and a cheap rare earth element, lanthanum, as an alloy to function as a catal
Leica's classic film rangefinder is back with some modern upgrades.
By Stan Horaczek | Published Oct 20, 2022 10:44 AM High Quality Lens
by Lily Freeman | Oct 26, 2022 | Featured News, News, Science & Research | 0
With the Atlanta Medical Center (AMC) — one of Georgia’s largest hospitals — set to close on Nov. 1, DeKalb County commissioners passed a proposal on Oct. 11 to allocate an additional $12 million in fu
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The new soft serve machine. Northwestern will bring an ice cream service to Foster-Walker East starting in November. Pin Rotor C Unit
Whether you are whipping up meringue, mixing chocolate chip cookie dough or kneading bread, using a stand mixer will help to lighten the load. From simple whisking to more complicated prepping of lengthy recipes, the machine lets you work largely hands-free. And that really counts when you’re
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Whether you are part of our community or are interested in joining us, we welcome you to Washington University School of Medicine. Co
By Kat Hodgins | Published Oct 31, 2022 9:25 AM
Swimming pools may conjure images of fun in the sun, but they aren’t exclusively used during the daytime. Many pool owners also enjoy taking nighttime swims, throwing late-night pool parties, or treati
Now that Halbrand’s deception has been revealed, we’re finally headed toward Mount Doom.
With the first rings forged and the true identity of Galadriel’s boyfriend—er, sorry, mortal enemy—revealed, the Rings of Power is finally ramping up just as its first season draws to a close.