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If Season 1 of The Terror successfully chilled you to the bone, prepare to be even more spooked by Season 2, The Terror: Infamy. Check out the new trailer now: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for the series: Featuring a cast and crew with deep-rooted connections to WWII, the
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It’s happening, Earpers! It’s been an emotional roller coaster, but Wynonna Earp Season 4 is officially back on, with production slated to begin later this year. IDW Entertainment made the announcement today that the Syfy show was moving ahead with production after funding issues on IDW’s part had previously delayed a production start and left
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IMAGE: New deep learning models predict the interactions between atoms in organic molecules. These models will help computational biologists and drug development researchers understand and treat disease. view more  Credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory LOS ALAMOS, N.M., July 2, 2019–New work from Los Alamos National Laboratory, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the
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By energizing precursor molecules using a tiny, high-energy supersonic jet of inert gas, researchers have dramatically accelerated the fabrication of nanometer scale structures. The rapid additive manufacturing technique also allows them to produce structures with high aspect ratios. Now, a theory developed to describe the technique could lead to new applications for additive nanomanufacturing and
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IMAGE: Researchers could synchronize two crystal optomechanical oscillators mechanically coupled. view more  Credit: D. Navarro In 1665, Lord Christiaan Huygens found that two pendulum clocks, hung in the same wooden structure, oscillated spontaneously and perfectly in line but in opposite directions: the clocks oscillated in anti-phase. Since then, synchronization of coupled oscillators in nature has been
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IMAGE: Preventing the formation of mesoscopic clusters in blood cells may be one way to prevent sickle cell disease, reports University of Houston associate professor of chemistry Vassiliy Lubchenko. view more  Credit: University of Houston University of Houston associate professor of chemistry, Vassiliy Lubchenko, is reporting a new finding in Nature Communications on how sickle cells
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IMAGE: This is a graphene-based transistor with a metal grating. view more  Credit: Evgenii Sheshin et al./Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology Russian researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) and Valiev Institute of Physics and Technology have demonstrated resonant absorption of terahertz radiation in commercially available graphene. This is an important step
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The stakes are higher and the landscapes are more epic but, more importantly, Dwayne Johnson is playing a grandpa played by Danny DeVito in the body of Dr Smolder Bravestone played by Dwayne Johnson. Check out the new trailer for Jumanji: The Next Level: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s
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Don’t say that Insomniac never gives you anything. More than half a year since the company launched Marvel’s Spider-Man, the developers are still adding new content. Today, two brand new suits inspired by Spider-Man: Far from Home have been added into the game. This, as you might have guessed, is a nice piece of Spidey synergy
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IMAGE: The sample consists of a cantilever made of Y3Fe5O12(YIG) connected to an edge of a YIG film and a heater placed on the YIG film around the root of the… view more  Credit: Kazuya Harii Micro mechanical elements are indispensable components of modern electrical devices but the actuation of them requires electrical current. It becomes
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This American Dad! review contains spoilers. American Dad! Season 16 Episode 12 “We’re tricking them! And in my experience, people love being tricked.” They may be symptomatic of lazy writing or someone running out of grounded storylines at their disposal, but the “huge inheritance from the rich relative we’ve never heard of before” is one of my favorite
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A Rutgers-led study sheds light on one of the most enduring mysteries of science: How did metabolism – the process by which life powers itself by converting energy from food into movement and growth – begin? To answer that question, the researchers reverse-engineered a primordial protein and inserted it into a living bacterium, where it
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IMAGE: A diamond on a parabolic light collecting lens is the main component of the new angular rate sensor. view more  Credit: photo/©: Arne Wickenbrock Quantum technology is about to make the leap from scientific research to concrete applications. Contributing to this is the new MiLiQuant research project in which businesses and universities are cooperating to
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IMAGE: U-shaped nanowires can record electrical chatter inside a brain or heart cell without causing any damage. The devices are 100 times smaller than their biggest competitors, which kill a cell… view more  Credit: Lieber Group, Harvard University Machines are getting cozy with our cells. Embeddable sensors record how and when neurons fire; electrodes spark heart
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Released: 5 July Certificate: 18 Director: Ari Aster Cast: Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, William Jackson Harper, Will Poulter Distributor: Entertainment If you like this, try… The Sacrament This mockumentary is scarier because it is more concerned with the reality of cults. One of the things about Hereditary that made it such a sensation was how
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No, you’re not dreaming. Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman is finally getting adapted. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Television has come to a deal with Netflix to adapt Gaiman’s influential comic book run into a television series. The deal is described as being a massive financial commitment from Netflix and represents potentially the largest dollar amount
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Dell has released its new XPS 15 laptop, which was unveiled last month at Computex. The base model, running the 9th Generation Intel Core i5 processor with 8GB memory and 256GB SSD, will set you back $1,099.99, but Dell is also offering more souped-up versions at the price points of $1,549.99, $1,949.99, $2,099.99, and $2,649.99