As the global death of Covid-19 nears 400,000, U.S. health officials are keeping a close eye on caseloads and hospitalization rates as states continue to relax their lockdown measures and reopen different types of businesses. U.S. cases have been climbing since Memorial Day, but New York City this week reached an optimistic milestone: on Friday,
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Nano Letters 2020, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00800″> A hydrogel can cool off electronics and generate electricity from their waste heat. Scale bar, 2 cm. Courtesy: Adapted from Nano Letters 2020, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00800 A new thermogalvanic hydrogel can simultaneously cool down electronic devices and convert the waste heat they produce into electricity. The material, developed by a team
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Giant exhib AMC Entertainment said it expects to report ballooning losses of between $2.1 and $2.4 billion for the first quarter ended in March on one-time charges compared with losses of $130 million the year before. Announcing preliminary results Wednesday, it ancipated revenue of $941 million last quarter versus $1.2 billion the year earlier. The
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WASHINGTON — Earth-observation company BlackSky will launch two satellites as co-passengers on a SpaceX Starlink mission expected to occur June 24, Nick Merski, vice president of space operations for Spaceflight Industries, told SpaceNews. Spaceflight Industries is arranging the launches for BlackSky, said Merski, who is responsible for supporting BlackSky and formerly directed the BlackSky constellation
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Amy Errett’s company, Madison Reed, sells in-home care color. It may not sound like a glamorous business but, as it turns out, it’s a very durable one, done the right way. Not only has the seven-year-old outfit been slowing chipping away at the dominant personal care giants like L’Oreal that have long controlled what’s currently
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Palestinian artist, Ammar Abu Shamalla, displays paintings for sale on an art van, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis, in the southern Gaza Strip May 30, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa GAZA (Reuters) – Every day Ammar Abu Shamalla adds a little colour to drab routine life in Gaza, loading up his camper van with pictures
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After the birth of her daughter, in 2014, Sarah Menkedick was surprised to find herself racked with anxiety. Rather than enjoying joyful days out in the world, Menkedick spent her days obsessing about everything that could potentially hurt her child. She was living in Mexico at the time, and at one point became so paralyzed
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