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Description The neurons of comb jellies are a peculiar shape and use chemicals not found in the brains of other animals – hinting they might have evolved independently of other neurons

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Updated 10 April 2021

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Description The volcano is located 18.6 miles southwest of the capital city Reykjavik, since its first eruption a few weeks ago, it continues to attract visitors.

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Updated 10 April 2021

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Description The tropical water at the equator is renowned for having the richest diversity of marine life on Earth, with vibrant coral reefs and large aggregations of tunas, sea turtles, manta rays, and whale sharks. The number of marine species naturally tape

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Updated 10 April 2021

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Description Rhesus macaques living in Cayo Santiago also became more tolerant of each other.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description Workers pass pheromone messages through long chains of bees

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description Evacuations are underway as the explosive La Soufriere volcano spews ash across a wide area.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description With new exploits and capabilities, the Sysrv botnet poses a growing threat.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description The Marine scanned the open field and spotted an enemy tank approaching. Using a handheld tablet, he called for an air strike. A helicopter quickly flew in and launched a rocket, destroying the tank.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description No need for long faces here - Swiss military trial a new method of transporting injured horses to vets using Super Puma helicopters.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description There is accumulating evidence that the lower airway microbiota impacts lung health. However, the link between microbial community composition and lung homeostasis remains elusive. We combine amplicon sequencing and bacterial culturing to characterize the viable bacterial community in 234 longitudinal bronchoalveolar lavage samples from 64 lung transplant recipients and establish links to viral loads, host gene expression, lung function, and transplant health. We find that the lung microbiota post-transplant can be categorized into four distinct compositional states, ‘pneumotypes’. The predominant ‘balanced’ pneumotype is characterized by a diverse bacterial community with moderate viral loads, and host gene expression profiles suggesting immune tolerance. The other three pneumotypes are characterized by being either microbiota-depleted, or dominated by potential pathogens, and are linked to increased immune activity, lower respiratory function, and increased risks of infection and rejection. Collectively, our findings establish a link between the lung microbial ecosystem, human lung function, and clinical stability post-transplant. Here, the authors combine 16 S rRNA sequencing, culture and bioinformatics to profile the microbiome in 234 serial bronchoalveolar lavage samples from 64 lung transplant recipients collected over 49-months and identify distinct compositional states, termed pneumotypes, linked to current health status, and establish a collection of primary lung bacterial isolates, LuMiCol.

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Updated 09 April 2021

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Description Human activity is helping destroy the equivalent of a soccer field of these seagrasses every 30 minutes around the world.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description An exclusive advantage of semiconductor spintronics is its potential for opto-spintronics, which will allow integration of spin-based information processing/storage with photon-based information transfer/communications. Unfortunately, progress has so far been severely hampered by the failure to generate nearly fully spin-polarized charge carriers in semiconductors at room temperature. Here we demonstrate successful generation of conduction electron spin polarization exceeding 90% at room temperature without a magnetic field in a non-magnetic all-semiconductor nanostructure, which remains high even up to 110 °C. This is accomplished by remote spin filtering of InAs quantum-dot electrons via an adjacent tunnelling-coupled GaNAs spin filter. We further show that the quantum-dot electron spin can be remotely manipulated by spin control in the adjacent spin filter, paving the way for remote spin encoding and writing of quantum memory as well as for remote spin control of spin–photon interfaces. This work demonstrates the feasibility to implement opto-spintronic functionality in common semiconductor nanostructures. An electron spin polarization of 90% is achieved in a non-magnetic nanostructure at room temperature without magnetic field. This is accomplished by remote spin filtering of InAs quantum-dot electrons via an adjacent tunnelling-coupled GaNAs spin filter.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description The central bank governor Shaktikanta Das in his Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) address said that fintech companies such as prepaid instrument issuers (PPIs), card networks and TReDS operators, among others, will now be allowed to become members of its centralised payment systems such as RTGS and NEFT.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Greenhouses can allow the growth of high quality crops in otherwise unproductive areas. Important, as the world population is growing and the land area appropriate for farming is limited. One thing that is still difficult ...

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Around a third of the ice shelves holding back huge glaciers in Antarctica are at risk of collapse if the world fails to take sufficient action on climate change

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Neural chimera and organoid models can’t think or feel pain like humans, but that could change

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description After a historic 2020 wildfire season out West, already exceptionally parched conditions in 2021 may have set the stage for another potent year of wildfires.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Facebook usage has held steady in the United States despite a string of controversies about the leading social network, even as younger users tap into rival platforms such as TikTok, a survey showed.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Without stringent regulations, China's Bitcoin mining emissions could surpass the annual emissions of several European countries by 2024.

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Updated 08 April 2021

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Description Have you ever started a new job and spent a lot of time figuring out everything from how to get paper for the printer to whether an important customer prefers quick phone calls to emails?

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Facebook usage has held steady in the United States despite a string of controversies about the leading social network, even as younger users tap into rival platforms such as TikTok, a survey showed Wednesday.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Considering the immense societal and personal costs and suffering associated with multiple drug use or “polytoxicomania”, better understanding of environmental and genetic causes is crucial. While previous studies focused on single risk factors and selected drugs, effects of early-accumulated environmental risks on polytoxicomania were never addressed. Similarly, evidence of genetic susceptibility to particular drugs is abundant, while genetic predisposition to polytoxicomania is unexplored. We exploited the GRAS data collection, comprising information on N~2000 deep-phenotyped schizophrenia patients, to investigate effects of early-life environmental risk accumulation on polytoxicomania and additionally provide first genetic insight. Preadult accumulation of environmental risks (physical or sexual abuse, urbanicity, migration, cannabis, alcohol) was strongly associated with lifetime polytoxicomania (p  = 1.5 × 10−45; OR = 31.4), preadult polytoxicomania with OR = 226.6 (p = 1.0 × 10−33) and adult polytoxicomania with OR = 17.5 (p = 3.4 × 10−24). Parallel accessibility of genetic data from GRAS patients and N~2100 controls for genome-wide association (GWAS) and phenotype-based genetic association studies (PGAS) permitted the creation of a novel multiple GWAS–PGAS approach. This approach yielded 41 intuitively interesting SNPs, potentially conferring liability to preadult polytoxicomania, which await replication upon availability of suitable deep-phenotyped cohorts anywhere world-wide. Concisely, juvenile environmental risk accumulation, including cannabis and alcohol as starter/gateway drugs, strongly predicts polytoxicomania during adolescence and adulthood. This pivotal message should launch more effective sociopolitical measures to prevent this deleterious psychiatric condition.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Harassment and budget cuts have researchers fearing for their jobs and safety

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description The basilar membrane (BM) of the mammalian cochlea constitutes a spiraling acellular ribbon that is intimately attached to the organ of Corti. Its graded stiffness, increasing from apex to the base of the cochlea provides the mechanical basis for sound frequency analysis. Despite its central role in auditory signal transduction, virtually nothing is known about the BM’s structural development. Using polarized light microscopy, the present study characterized the architectural transformations of freshly dissected BM at time points during postnatal development and maturation. The results indicate that the BM structural elements increase progressively in size, becoming radially aligned and more tightly packed with maturation and reach the adult structural signature by postnatal day 20 (P20). The findings provide insight into structural details and developmental changes of the mammalian BM, suggesting that BM is a dynamic structure that changes throughout the life of an animal.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description New rules will be written with climate mitigation in mind, new EPA chief said.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description The tech giant has started submerging its rack of servers in a liquid bath, a process it calls “two-phase immersion cooling".

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description In addition to being made from plastic bags, the Gomi Speaker gets its power from repurposed e-bike batteries.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Stories of clever animals abound, from pigs playing video games to monkeys trading mobile phones – now tests reveal that they don't merely act on instinct but can think flexibly, like us

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Drone study reveals bears aren’t very good at finding full nests

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description Global warming is a "threat multiplier" for habitats and species already under pressure – by understanding how the problems are linked, we can solve two crises at once

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description The "Polestar 0" project will require new ways of building cars, says its CEO.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description The split-pool barcoding strategy has been extended to single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) of microbes.

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Updated 07 April 2021

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Description CDC didn't mandate vaccinations on board but added extra layers of protection.

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description B7-H6 and PD-L1 belong to the B7 family co-stimulatory molecules fine-tuning the immune response. The present work investigates the clinical effect of B7-H6 protein expression with PD-L1 status and the infiltration of natural killer cells as potential biomarkers in breast tumor inflammatory microenvironment. The expression levels of B7-H6 protein by cancer cells and immune infiltrating cells in human breast cancer tissues and evaluate their associations with PD-L1 expression, NK cell status, clinical pathological features and prognosis were explored. The immunohistochemistry labeling method was used to assess B7-H6 and PD-L1 proteins expression by cancer and immune cells. The associations between immune checkpoint, major clinical pathological variables and survival rates were analyzed. B7-H6 protein was depicted in both breast and immune cells. Results showed that Tumor B7-H6 expression is highly associated with Her-2 over expression. B7-H6 + immune cells are highly related to the Scarff–Bloom–Richardson grade and associated with PD-L1 expression and NK cells status. Survival analysis revealed a better prognosis in patients with low expression of B7-H6 by cancer cells. Conversely, B7-H6 + immune cells were significantly associated with longer survival. Findings strongly suggest an interaction between B7 molecules that contributes to a particular design of the inflammatory microenvironment. This may influence the efficiency of therapies based on antibodies blocking the PD-L1/PD1 pathway and can explain the detection of clinical benefits only in a fraction of patients treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors.

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description Endogenous β cell regeneration could alleviate diabetes, but proliferative stimuli within the islet microenvironment are incompletely understood. We previously found that β cell recovery following hypervascularization-induced β cell loss involves interactions with endothelial cells (ECs) and macrophages (MΦs). Here we show that proliferative ECs modulate MΦ infiltration and phenotype during β cell loss, and recruited MΦs are essential for β cell recovery. Furthermore, VEGFR2 inactivation in quiescent ECs accelerates islet vascular regression during β cell recovery and leads to increased β cell proliferation without changes in MΦ phenotype or number. Transcriptome analysis of β cells, ECs, and MΦs reveals that β cell proliferation coincides with elevated expression of extracellular matrix remodeling molecules and growth factors likely driving activation of proliferative signaling pathways in β cells. Collectively, these findings suggest a new β cell regeneration paradigm whereby coordinated interactions between intra-islet MΦs, ECs, and extracellular matrix mediate β cell self-renewal.

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description From short-term weather forecasts to decades-long climate simulations, supercomputers are giving scientists a peek into our planet’s future.

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description In this paper, graphene-coated spherical nanoparticles are arranged around an infinite length dielectric cylinder to enhance its extinction cross-section. Initially, a single longitudinal one-dimensional periodic array is considered in different loci concerning the transverse electric (TE) incident plane wave. It is observed that regardless of the position of the particles, the extinction cross-section of the dielectric cylinder is considerably enhanced with respect to the bare one. Later, by increasing the number of longitudinal plasmonic arrays around the cylinder, each residing in a different azimuthal direction, the extinction cross-section is further manipulated to observe double pronounced Fano resonances. The origin of the Fano resonances is described by considering their planar counterparts constructed by the periodic assembly of plasmonic oligomers. Finally, the hexamer configuration is considered as the prototype, and the effect of various optical, geometrical, and material parameters on the optical response is investigated in detail. Interestingly, due to the spherical symmetry of the cells, the extinction cross-section is also enhanced for the transverse magnetic (TM) incident wave, which is unattainable using a continuous plasmonic cover made of metal or graphene. The potential application of our proposed structure is in the design of reconfigurable conformal optical absorbers and sensors.

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Description Trees accumulate biomass by sequestrating atmospheric carbon and allocate it to different tree components. A biomass component ratio is the ratio of biomass in a tree component to total tree biomass. Modeling the ratios for Zelkova serrata, an important native reforestation tree species in Taiwan, helps in understanding its biomass allocation strategy to design effective silvicultural treatments. In this study, we applied Component Ratio Method (CRM) to relate biomass component ratios of main stem, large branch, twig, and foliage to tree attributes of Z. serrata from a 9-year-old plantation. Nonlinear and linear CRM models were fitted with Seemingly Unrelated Regression to account for model correlations. Linear CRM models with dbh as the predictor had the best fit with model correlations as high as 80%. About 46% and 40% of total tree biomass was allocated to main stem and large branch, respectively. However, main stem biomass decreased by 1.9% with every 1-cm increase in dbh, but large branch biomass increased by 2.2% instead. Results suggest that dominant Z. serrata trees tend to branch and fork, while smaller trees invest in larger main stem. An early pruning treatment should focus on dominant trees to maintain crown ratio and ensure wood quality.

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Description Reports of pollinator declines have prompted efforts to understand contributing factors and protect vulnerable species. While pathogens can be widespread in bee communities, less is known about factors shaping pathogen prevalence among species. Functional traits are often used to predict susceptibility to stressors, including pathogens, in other species-rich communities. Here, we evaluated the relationship between bee functional traits (body size, phenology, nesting location, sociality, and foraging choice) and prevalence of trypanosomes, neogregarines, and the microsporidian Nosema ceranae in wild bee communities. For the most abundant bee species in our system, Bombus impatiens, we also evaluated the relationship between intra-specific size variation and pathogen prevalence. A trait-based model fit the neogregarine prevalence data better than a taxa-based model, while the taxonomic model provided a better model fit for N. ceranae prevalence, and there was no marked difference between the models for trypanosome prevalence. We found that Augochlorella aurata was more likely to harbor trypanosomes than many other bee taxa. Similarly, we found that bigger bees and those with peak activity later in the season were less likely to harbor trypanosomes, though the effect of size was largely driven by A. aurata. We found no clear intra-specific size patterns for pathogen prevalence in B. impatiens. These results indicate that functional traits are not always better than taxonomic affinity in predicting pathogen prevalence, but can help to explain prevalence depending on the pathogen in species-rich bee communities.

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Description We invite researchers to make use of our community site to disseminate their research and foster discussion.

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Description The carbon emissions associated with mining bitcoin in China alone will soon outstrip the total annual emissions of mid-sized European countries

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Description THE RUSSIAN Defense Ministry has even released a video showing the first test of a weapon that creates “radioactive tsunamis.”The underwater 'fiel

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description Here's a look at how IT Partners- one of the top solution providers in the country - is giving back to the community with its support of Sunshine Acres- a group home for children in crises.

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Description Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World, a three-part BBC series, follows the teenage climate change activist as she embarks on a year off school to learn from the world’s top environmental scientists and economists

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Updated 06 April 2021

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description Amazon has apologized to US Representative Mark Pocan, admitting to scoring an "own goal" in its initial denial of his suggestion that its drivers were sometimes forced to urinate in bottles during their delivery rounds.

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description The trigonometric levelling using the simultaneous reciprocal method has been proved to meet the precision of second order levelling. But this method is invalid once the distance of river crossing is beyond 3.5 km due to the difficulty of target recognition at such a long distance. To expand the available range of this method, this paper focuses on solving the target aiming and distance observation over a long distance. A modular LED 5-prism (modified Leica GPR1 reflector) as an illuminated target instead of the common prism is introduced, and we adopt the sub-pixel image processing technique to recognize the center of the target image pictured by image assisted total station (Leica Nova TM50 I equipped with a coaxial camera). Based on the principle of precise trigonometric levelling, this paper utilizes two image assisted total stations using image processing technique to perform simultaneous reciprocal for zenith angle measurement and GNSS static measurement for slope distance measurement to determine the height difference of either river bank. And long-distance precise river-crossing levelling can be realized based on the mentioned above. Besides, it is successful to apply in the experiment of Fuzhou Bridge spanning 6.3 km in China. The result shows the standard deviation is ± 0.76 mm/km that is compatible with the precision of second order levelling has.

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description Due to the multiplicity of biogeochemical processes taking place in anaerobic digestion (AD) systems and limitations of the available analytical techniques, assessing the bioavailability of trace elements (TEs) is challenging. Determination of TE speciation can be facilitated by developing a mathematical model able to consider the physicochemical processes affecting TEs dynamics. A modeling framework based on anaerobic digestion model no 1 (ADM1) has been proposed to predict the biogeochemical fate TEs in AD environments. In particular, the model considers the TE adsorption–desorption reactions with biomass, inerts and mineral precipitates, as well as TE precipitation/dissolution, complexation reactions and biodegradation processes. The developed model was integrated numerically, and numerical simulations have been run to investigate the model behavior. The simulation scenarios predicted the effect of (i) organic matter concentration, (ii) initial TEs concentrations, (iii) initial Ca–Mg concentrations, (iv) initial EDTA concentration, and (v) change in TE binding site density, on cumulative methane production and TE speciation. Finally, experimental data from a real case continuous AD system have been compared to the model predictions. The results prove that this modelling framework can be applied to various AD operations and may also serve as a basis to develop a model-predictive TE dosing strategy.

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Description Stingrays living in the rivers of the Amazon basin have evolved from seagoing ancestors, but exactly how they got there is unclear. Now it seems they were carried by the Caribbean Sea reaching deep into the continent millions of years ago

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Description Four of the 2021 Pew Marine Fellows hail from Asia, namely Japan, Indonesia, Singapore and China.

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Description Climate change can both facilitate zoonotic spillovers and have an effect on transmission chains. These effects, alongside human behavior and awareness, need to be integrated in pandemic forecasting models.

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description Asked by: Fatima, Manchester

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Description One of the subjects of the HBO series may have slipped and revealed his role as Q. But will that matter to believers of the hoax?

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Description More agile than the Hummer EV truck but with a slightly smaller battery pack.

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Description Amazon says employees violated policy when speaking against the company.

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Description Apple has announced research into orienting Siri to recognize user speech patterns. This type of awareness could help inform Siri whether to respond to user voice commands with a shout or a whisper.

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description On April 5, another lava-spewing crack opened up on Iceland, expanding the already thrilling volcanism on the island's Reykjanes Peninsula.

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Updated 05 April 2021

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Description A plant producing phosphorous fertilizer in Florida is leaking millions of gallons of radioactive wastewater, causing evacuations.

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Updated 04 April 2021

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Description One of the subjects of the doc may have slipped and revealed his role as Q. But will that even matter to believers of the hoax?

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Updated 04 April 2021

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Description More than 1000 people have already participated in a global project to track changes to the oceans. Krista Charles explains how to join the effort

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Updated 04 April 2021

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Updated 04 April 2021