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An international team of scientists has managed for the first time to observe the ‘nutation’ of spins in magnetic materials (the oscillations of their axis during precession). The measured nutation period was of the order of one picosecond. The discovery was published by Nature Physics. Credit: Dunia Maccagni Much of the ‘memory’ of the world …

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Standing off to the side as his teammate Anthony Davis spoke to reporters about how his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers delivered him the first NBA Finals berth of his career, LeBron James was asked what the 10th Finals appearance of his career means to him. “Right now, …

news, national Energy Minister Angus Taylor says it more important to get new energy technologies to work than committing to a net zero emissions target by 2050. The federal government released its technology roadmap last week aimed at cutting 250 million tonnes of emissions annually by 2040, by investing in five areas including hydrogen, carbon …

MIDLAND, Texas — Back in July of 2018, MDC started funding an 8 year grant that supports the Texas Tech University Health Science Center’s psychiatry fellowship program, starting with just one fellow.  But now, with 3 fellows and because of the program’s establishment, it’s director said it’s attracting patients from outside West Texas for treatment.  …

The Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana, has inked a pact with Tiwana Bee Farm, Doraha, for the commercialisation of saag making and canning technology. NS Bains, director of research, PAU, and S Jaswant Singh, proprietor, Tiwana Bee Farm, signed the memorandum of agreement(MoA) on behalf of their respective organisations. According to the memorandum, PAU has …

The health care system today largely focuses on helping people after they have problems. When they do receive treatment, it’s based on what has worked best on average across a huge, diverse group of patients. Now the company Health at Scale is making health care more proactive and personalized — and, true to its name, …

We know the pandemic has forced “innovation” (read “telehealth”) in all of health care and especially in behavioral health. But as I have said, the reactive move to telehealth in itself is not innovation (see Innovation Does Not Stop With Telehealth). The 15- to 20-year lag between the development of a new and effective practice—and its common …

STOCKBRIDGE, Mich. (WILX) – Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams are comprised of high school students, educators, and mentors that receive up to $10,000 each to invent technological solutions to real-world problems of their own choosing. Stockbridge High School is the proud host of one, and they have recently made some important strides. Stockbridge High School’s InvenTeam is in …

Isaias reached sustained winds of 85 mph Monday, becoming a Category 1 hurricane, before reaching land near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, around 11:10 p.m., according to the National Hurricane Center. It was downgraded to a tropical storm early Tuesday morning, with maximum sustained winds lowered to 70 mph. But Isaias is still carrying dangerous, …

Magazine From last year’s protests to the national security law, Hong Kong’s turmoil is largely a question of who gets to make the law – and who gets labeled as breaking it. Credit: AP Photo/Vincent Yu Advertisement Law making. Law breaking. These topics were the focus of much of the news coverage of Hong Kong …