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Birthday Proposition! Josh Duhamel and Audra Mari Are Engaged After 2 Years Together

She said yes! Josh Duhamel and girlfriend Audra Mari are engaged, the actor announced on his new fiancee’s 28th birthday. Duhamel, 49, shared a photo of he and his bride-to-be at sunset by the beach. The former pageant queen and the Safe Haven actor have giant smiles as they hold up a piece of paper that…

7 Significant Offers on the Coziest Sherpa Designs– From Slippers to Sweatpants

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. It may be a new year, but we still have the same style preferences. We’re creatures of comfort, after all! With hibernation season in full swing, we’re in the market for wardrobe essentials that will keep Us warm…

Far From the Ballroom! DWTS’ Matt James and Lindsay Arnold Reunite While Snowboarding

From the ballroom to the real world! Many of Dancing With the Stars’ celebrity contestants and their professional partners developed strong bonds and friendships throughout the process. Months — and even years — after their seasons concluded, many of these former pairs have continued to be good friends to their one-time dance partner. Four years after competing on season 24 of the popular dance competition series in 2017,…

Group U.S.A. Chooses 3 Figure Skaters for Women’s Group

It’s almost here! The 2022 Beijing Olympics are set to begin in February, just six months after the Tokyo Games concluded. The Winter Games and Summer Games are traditionally separated by two years — with the summer Olympics taking place every four years. However, things are different for the 2022 games based on the ongoing…

New Record! Jeopardy’s Amy Schneider Makes More Than $1 Million

She looks like a million bucks — and her jackpot is only growing. Jeopardy! contestant Amy Schneider passed the $1 million mark on Friday, January 7, episode of the game show. The Oakland, California, resident finished her 28th consecutive game with $1,019,600. Schneider, 42, is the fourth person to ever hit that threshold during regular…

A group found a sub-Neptune exoplanet orbiting a red dwarf star

Using observations performed by the SAINT-EX observatory in Mexico, an international research team led by the University of Bern has discovered a sub-Neptune exoplanet orbiting a red dwarf star. Red dwarfs are small stars and much cooler than our Sun. Planets around these stars may hold liquid water. The planet’s proximity to these stars is…

Completely 3D-printed, versatile OLED screen

Using a customized printer, scientists at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have 3D printed a flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. This groundbreaking discovery could lead to low-cost OLED displays in the future. OLED displays have gained popularity in recent years because they are lightweight, power-efficient, thin, and flexible. They also offer a wide…

Booster dosage is necessary to supply resistance versus the Omicron

The SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant harbors 34 mutations in the spike than other variants. It can potentially escape vaccine-induced humoral immunity. People are desperate to know whether the current vaccines protect against Omicron. To find the answer, scientists at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT, and Harvard measured the neutralization potency of COVID-19 vaccines. Scientists, at…

Researchers found a network of genes necessary in squid eye advancement

Squids have evolved a highly acute visual system with a cup-shaped retina and a novel refractive lens in the anterior. This is important for several sophisticated behaviors, including predation, mating, and camouflage. However, less is known about the molecular genetics of lens development in the cephalopod. In a new study, a Harvard lab moves closer…

Gravitational action of Sun and Moon affect habits of organisms

All organisms exhibit cyclical modulations in their activity levels, considering the need for an adaptation. Long-term and short-term cycles are thus predominant and are temporally organized homeostatic activity dictated by or even exploiting the cyclic variations of environmental variables. Such variations are diverse and well known; examples are variations in day and night, the passing…

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Earth’s interior is cooling much faster than believed

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Research study connects the breakdown in brain cell advancement and the danger of Schizophrenia

A new study revealed that the genetic disruption of specific cell processes essential in brain development is associated with several psychiatric disorders. The study was jointly led by Dr. Andrew Pocklington from the Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences at Cardiff University and Dr. Eunju Jenny Shin from the Neuroscience and Mental Health Research…

World’s biggest fishing nest found in Antarctica

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Wartime Defence Volunteer Tom Jewitt was struck by a train

Tom Jewitt, a member of the Local Defence Volunteers, did a favour for a friend – and paid with his life. He chose to serve with the organisation which later became the Home Guard, and was killed by a train nine months into the Second World War. He died at Moulsford, near Wallingford, on the…