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This Clarice review contains spoilers. Clarice Episode 8 Clarice episode 8, “Add-a-Bead,” mirrors the procedural with the psychological. Clarice (Rebecca Breeds) lets her emotions find a safe landing place as her ViCAP unit investigates the suicide of a medical student who jumped to her death. The opening segments of Clarice episodes are very atmospheric and
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IMAGE: researchers entangled the beats of these two mechanical drums–tiny aluminum membranes each made of about 1 trillion atoms–and precisely measured their linked quantum properties. Entangled pairs like this (shown in… view more  Credit: Teufel/NIST Like conductors of a spooky symphony, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have “entangled” two small mechanical
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IMAGE: In their experiments, the resesearchers used ultrathin crystals consisting of a single layer of atoms. These sheet was sandwiched between two layers of mirror-like materials. The whole structure acts like… view more  Credit: Johannes Michl At extremely low temperatures, matter often behaves differently than in normal conditions. At temperatures only a few degrees above absolute
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IMAGE: Rice University chemists have adapted their laser-induced graphene process to make conductive patterns from standard photoresist material for consumer electronics and other applications. view more  Credit: Tour Group/Rice University HOUSTON – (May 6, 2021) – A Rice University laboratory has adapted its laser-induced graphene technique to make high-resolution, micron-scale patterns of the conductive material for
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IMAGE: The advantage of PACs over other therapies. view more  Credit: S. Thai Thayumanavan AMHERST, Mass. – A team of researchers at the Center for Bioactive Delivery at the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Institute for Applied Life Sciences has engineered a nanoparticle that has the potential to revolutionize disease treatment, including for cancer. This new research,
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Audio elements and sound design, especially the score, are as fundamental to animation as the visuals. The proper use of music at the right time can make the action soar and it’s genuinely exciting that more experimental and passionate creators are embracing the sonic possibilities that television allows. Flying Lotus is an innovative musician with
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IMAGE: Quantum bit in a two-dimensional layer consisting of the elements boron and nitrogen view more  Credit: University of Stuttgart, Physics 3 Quantum computers or quantum sensors consist of materials that are completely different to their classic predecessors. These materials are faced with the challenge of combining contradicting properties that quantum technologies entail, as for example
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IMAGE: Interaction forces between magnetic particles translate into macroscopic transformations of the smart polymers view more  Credit: 4D-BIOMAP “The overarching idea of this research project is to influence different biological processes at the cellular level (i.e., wound healing, brain synapses or nervous system responses) by developing timely engineering applications”, explains 4D-BIOMAP’s lead researcher, Daniel García González
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IMAGE: Configuration of a hard-sphere glass close to jamming. For a comparison, the close packed structure of the crystalline face-centered cubic (FCC) configuration is also shown on the right-hand side… view more  Credit: Osaka University Researchers at Chinese Academy of Science and Osaka University show that, unlike the crystalline close packing of spheres, random close packing
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From the Duel Of The Fates to Supreme Leader Snoke’s scarlet red throne room, some of the Star Wars franchise’s most memorable moments have one thing in common: an epic fight. The world of Star Wars has graced our screens for over 40 years and, in that time, the series has played host to some
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ARLINGTON, TX (May 5, 2021) — Nanoscope Technologies LLC, a biotechnology company developing gene therapies for treatment of retinal diseases, is featuring multiple scientific presentations highlighting its groundbreaking research on optical gene delivery for vision restoration and OCT-guided electrophysiology platforms for characterization of retinal degeneration and assessment of efficacy of cell-gene therapy at the 2021
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IMAGE: Ring microlasers are eyed as potential light sources for photonic applications, but they first must be made more powerful. Combining multiple microlasers into an array solves only half of the… view more  Credit: University of Pennsylvania The field of photonics aims to transform all manner of electronic devices by storing and transmitting information in the
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After several well-received remakes, the Resident Evil series is finally back with a new vision of horror. In Resident Evil Village, we catch up with RE7 protagonist Ethan Winter, who has settled down to a life of peace with Mia and their newborn baby after the terrors they witnessed at the Baker estate. But when
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2021’s video game release schedule may have been impacted by COVID-19 delays, but even in an otherwise loaded year, Resident Evil Village would easily be one of the most anticipated games on the calendar. As the long-awaited follow-up to Resident Evil 7 and the next entry into horror gaming’s most successful franchise, Resident Evil Village
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IMAGE: Thermal imaging shows how a square of the new textile (dashed lines) traps heat in heating mode (top), while reflecting it in cooling mode (bottom). view more  Credit: Adapted from Nano Letters 2021, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.1c00400 Clothing, from tank tops to parkas, helps people adapt to temperatures outdoors. But you can only put on or take
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We all know that genre is enjoyed throughout the world, but it’s always great to read genre from the perspective of those from different countries and cultures. That’s why we’re so excited about The Best of World SF​ – an anthology that draws together stories from across the spectrum of science fiction – robots, spaceships and