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Sleep is an essential part of our lives that we often take for granted. We spend countless hours chasing it, mourning its loss, and finally embracing it when it comes. But what if there was a simple way to improve the quality of our sleep without disrupting our evening routine? A recent study conducted by
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Mosses are remarkable organisms that have the ability to transform barren landscapes into fertile grounds. Now, scientists are considering the possibility of using these non-vascular plants to terraform Mars. This idea raises ethical questions about introducing life from Earth onto another planet, especially given our mixed track record with biological interventions. However, if we decide
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In a Coca-Cola factory on the outskirts of Chennai, a giant battery is powering machinery day and night, replacing a diesel generator. This shift towards battery-powered energy is just one example of the changing landscape in India’s energy sector. While the country’s lithium-ion battery storage industry currently accounts for only 0.1% of global battery storage
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The search for alcohol hangover cures is a never-ending quest that dates back to the existence of alcohol itself. Over the years, numerous remedies and supposed cures have been touted, but the scientific evidence backing their effectiveness is often lacking. One of the latest trends to emerge in this realm is the idea that consuming
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Traditional optical spectrometers have long been known for their versatility and ability to analyze light properties across the electromagnetic spectrum. However, these instruments are often bulky and expensive, limiting their practical applications to specialized facilities. The demand for compact and affordable optical spectrometers has spurred electronics engineers to explore new design concepts. Researchers at the
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In a recent feature article published in AIChE Journal, Dr. Faisal Khan, along with a team of experts, explores the challenges and benefits of using Intelligence Augmentation (IA) in process safety systems. The research aims to develop a comprehensive framework that integrates both Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Intelligence (HI) to enhance safety and efficiency
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The relationship between diet, energy consumption, and longevity has been a topic of scientific interest for over a century. Recent research conducted by a team of scientists from the US and UK has shed new light on this complex interplay. Contrary to the conventional wisdom that reducing caloric intake leads to longer lifespan, the study
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When it comes to the pursuit of long, thick eyelashes through extensions and growth serums, it’s important to consider the potential risks to eye health. Our natural eyelashes serve a crucial function in protecting our eyes from bacteria, viruses, and airborne particles by diverting air away from the eyeball and ensuring proper lubrication through blinking.
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The earthquake that hit western Morocco on 8 September 2023, with a magnitude of 6.8, had a devastating impact on rural communities in the High Atlas Mountains. This area, known for its seismic activity near the Rif Mountains, experienced a significant event that was a long time coming since the last major earthquake in 1960.
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Rare earth magnetic materials have long been revered for their unique properties, particularly due to the behavior of electrons in the 4f shell. Historically, the magnetic properties of these 4f electrons were believed to be nearly impossible to manipulate. However, recent groundbreaking research conducted by a collaboration of scientists from HZB, Freie Universität Berlin, and
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Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water is a crucial technology for sustainable hydrogen production, yet the impact of interfacial water molecules on photocatalytic reactivity is not well understood. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society sheds light on the roles of interfacial hydrogen bond structure and dynamics in promoting H2 evolution.
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