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A transparent protective coating material that can be self-healed

The most crucial factor in safeguarding a car surface is the excellent durability of automotive coatings. Protective coating materials should also be transparent and colorless to preserve the product’s natural color. However, it isn’t easy to provide a self-healing function while satisfying all of these conditions. Existing commercially available materials have some limitations. Materials with

Scientists developed the smallest flow-driven motors in the world

Inspired by iconic Dutch windmills and biological motor proteins, scientists from the Delft University of Technology have developed the world’s smallest, self-configuring flow-driven motors from DNA. This flow-driven rotor converts energy from an electrical or salt gradient into useful mechanical work. Dr. Xin Shi, a postdoctoral researcher in professor Cees Dekker’s lab in the Bionanoscience

Discovery Alert: NASA has discovered a new Super Earth

Using Subaru Telescope, Nasa has recently discovered a super Earth exoplanet that orbits an M-type star. The planet named Ross 508 b has a mass four times that of Earth. Its estimated radius is 1.83 x Earth. As compared to our sun, the planet has mass= 0.18 x Our Sun and radius= 0.21 x Our

What to Know About the Monkeypox Drug TPOXX—And Why It’s So Hard to Get

Monkeypox, which federal officials declared a public health emergency on August 4, is not as contagious as the other ongoing public health emergency in the U.S.: COVID-19. Monkeypox primarily spreads through contact with infected skin lesions. Theoretically, containing monkeypox should therefore be more feasible, as long as testing, vaccines, and treatments are accessible. But in

Bioplastics Make Up 1% of Plastic Production Right Now. Investors Hope To Change That

(CLEVELAND, Ohio) — In a world increasingly troubled by the persistent harm that plastic—manufactured in petrochemical plants—has had on the environment, companies are investing billions of dollars to ramp up production of plastics made from natural, renewable materials that can be safely composted or can biodegrade under the right conditions. Bioplastics have long been used

Australia’s New Climate Bill Is Promising. But the Fight Over Ambitious Action Is Only Just Starting

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese promised to end the country’s acrimonious climate wars when he was elected in May—ousting a government which had dragged its feet on taking meaningful action on climate change since coming to power in 2013. He made an important step in the right direction on Aug. 4, when Australia’s House of

Biden Administration Ends ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy

(WASHINGTON) — The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that it ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court, hours after a judge lifted an order in effect since December that it be reinstated. The timing had been in doubt since the Supreme Court ruled on June

Board Diversity Is Sacrificed When Companies Underperform, Study Finds

Companies that are underperforming in comparison to their competitors or to their goals are more likely to experience a decrease in racial and gender diversity rates on their boards, a newly released study has found. Researchers at Imperial College Business School in London tracked data from more than 700 U.S. firms from 1996 to 2013

Eating disorders are mostly observed in elderly population

Eating disorders are psychological situations defined by extreme and continuous disturbances in eating, which is associated with stressful thoughts and emotions. They can affect physical, psychological, and social conditions. There are various types of eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, pica, and rumination disorder. Our body

Gustavo Petro Taking Oath as Colombia President in Historic Shift

BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia’s first leftist president will be sworn into office Sunday, promising to fight inequality and heralding a turning point in the history of a country haunted by a long war between the government and guerrilla groups. Sen. Gustavo Petro, a former member of Colombia’s M-19 guerrilla group, won the presidential election in



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