Month: March 2022

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NEWS 31 March 2022 Diabetes risk rises after COVID, massive study finds Even mild SARS-CoV-2 infections can amplify a person’s chance of developing diabetes, especially for those already susceptible to the disease. Clare Watson Clare Watson View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email People who
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A worker adjusts a Gazprom branded end cap on a section of pipework during pipeline laying operations for the Gazprom PJSC Power of Siberia gas transmission line between the Kovyktinskoye and Chayandinskoye gas fields near Irkutsk, Russia, on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Andrey Rudakov | Bloomberg via Getty Images Russia appears to have walked back
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The building of the future doesn’t burn natural gas or use coal-powered electricity. It harnesses renewable electricity, efficiency, clean heat, energy storage and other technologies to keep the lights on and keep occupants comfortable without putting any more planet-warming carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. But even if that clean-running building of the future were erected
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OUTLOOK 30 March 2022 Hepatitis B The fight against an infectious liver disease pivots from control to eradication. Herb Brody Herb Brody View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email Download PDF Illustration: Chiara Zarmati Every year, more than 800,000 people worldwide die from liver disease
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In this article GOOGL AMZN The logo of Google is seen on a building at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 1, 2020. Charles Platiau | Reuters Clay Montgomery owns a small blacksmith shop called “Arrow M Enterprises” outside of Mingus, Texas, where he manufactures hand-forged metal works and
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WASHINGTON — A Soyuz spacecraft carrying an American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts landed in Kazakhstan March 30, an ordinary end of a mission in extraordinary times. The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft landed in the designated landing zone in Kazakhstan at 7:28 a.m. Eastern, four hours after undocking from the International Space Station. The landing appeared
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A newly discovered pumpkin-shaped atomic nucleus that spits out a proton just after being formed could help scientists to understand how heavy elements are made in the Universe1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00 € only 3,90 € per
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Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm speaks during a meeting with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell Fontelles, and European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson at the State Department in Washington, February 7, 2022. Andrew Harnik | Pool | Reuters The Biden administration on Wednesday announced
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LOS ANGELES – Radian Aerospace, a startup developing a reusable spaceplane, announced March 30 that Jeff Matthews, a founding member of Deloitte Consulting’s space sector practice, would become the company’s director of strategy. Matthew met Radian’s founders in 2016 when he produced the initial market study for the Renton, Washington, company. “Having known the Radian
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BOOK REVIEW 30 March 2022 Maize under threat, and morality for cars: Books in brief Andrew Robinson reviews five of the week’s best science picks. Andrew Robinson 0 Andrew Robinson Andrew Robinson’s many books include Lost Languages: The Enigma of the World’s Undeciphered Scripts and Einstein on the Run: How Britain Saved the World’s Greatest
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CORRESPONDENCE 29 March 2022 Together, we must help refugee researchers to thrive Peter Gluckman 0 Peter Gluckman International Science Council, Paris, France. View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email Many scientists and engineers fleeing armed conflicts remain in refugee camps or are underemployed in their
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WASHINGTON — NASA says it’s ready to go ahead with a practice countdown of the Space Launch System that will serve as a final key test before the rocket’s first launch, but one that will also take place largely out of public view. In a March 29 call with reporters, NASA officials said preparations remain
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CORRESPONDENCE 29 March 2022 Russia is weaponizing water in its invasion of Ukraine Hussam Hussein 0 Hussam Hussein University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email Download PDF Water supplies are increasingly being targeted during armed conflicts. Since it invaded Ukraine
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Saudi Energy Minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud speaks during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 10, 2021. Yves Herman | Reuters Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said Tuesday that OPEC+ will keep politics out of its decision-making in favor of the “common good” of stabilizing energy prices.