National Quantum Information Science Research Centers to host virtual career fair Sept. 14

UPTON, NY– After a successful first event, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science’s National Quantum Information Science (QIS) Research Centers are preparing for their second virtual QIS Career Fair, to be held on Sept. 14, 2022. The event aims to make undergraduate, graduate, and postdoc communities aware of the wide range of QIS … Read more

Next-generation data centers within reach thanks to new energy-efficient switches – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Data centers – dedicated spaces for storing, processing and disseminating data – enable everything from cloud computing to video streaming. In the process, they consume a large amount of energy transferring data back and forth inside the center. With demand for data growing exponentially, there is increasing pressure for data centers to become more energy … Read more

New cryo-electron microscopy centers help UW researchers uncover mysteries of life

At the Steenbock Symposium on June 7 and 8, 2022, the University of Wisconsin – Madison Department of Biochemistry opened its doors in celebration of two new research centers that bring to campus advanced biomolecular imaging technology called cryo-electron microscopy. The technology allows scientists to capture detailed information about the smallest components of living cells … Read more

Egg Freezing Service Market Size and Forecast to 2029 -CHA Medical Group, Trellis, Reproductive Biology Associates, Extend Fertility, Mayo Clinic, CREATE Fertility, SHADY GROVE, IVF Australia, FrzMyEggs, West Coast Fertility Centers, London Women’s Clinic – Indian Defence News

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Here For Science! South Campus Cements Place As Research Hub | Delhi News

New Delhi: Delhi University’s South Campus has grown since it was established in 1973 and now has 25 colleges and more than 30 departments. But importantly, it has evolved as a research hub with some centers that have carried out pathbreaking work in disease detection and plant genomics. South Campus also has the Central Instrumentation … Read more

Egg Freezing Service Market Size, Development Data, Growth Analysis & Forecast 2022 to 2028 -CHA Medical Group, Trellis, Reproductive Biology Associates, Extend Fertility, Mayo Clinic, CREATE Fertility, SHADY GROVE, IVF Australia, FrzMyEggs, West Coast Fertility Centers, London Women’s Clinic

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Behind-the-scenes of Wildlife Science Center’s mission to learn all about wolves

STACY, Minn. (WCCO) – In 1976, the federal government set up a research project in Minnesota to learn more about wolves. But when they shut it down in 1990, and told those involved all the wolves had to be euthanized, one of the feds stepped in and turned it into her life’s work. That transformed … Read more

Behind-The-Scenes Of Wildlife Science Center’s Mission To Learn All About Wolves – WCCO

STACY, Minn. (WCCO) – In 1976, the federal government set up a research project in Minnesota to learn more about wolves. But when they shut it down in 1990, and told those involved all the wolves had to be euthanized, one of the feds stepped in and turned it into her life’s work. That transformed … Read more

New Study Reveals The Reason Teens Seem to Tune Out Their Mom’s Voice

“Are you even listening to me?” It’s a question that discouraged parents often throw at their distracted teenagers, and the truthful answer is probably, “No.” It’s hard to really blame them. New research on adolescent brains suggests the reaction we have to certain voices naturally shifts with time, making our mother’s voice feel less valuable. … Read more