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New moths on the block – David Bradley

By   /  October 26, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on New moths on the block – David Bradley

These Lepidoptera were all new for my back garden in Cottenham drawn to a 40 Watt ultraviolet “actinic” lamp on the night noted. Any of dubious ID I had confirmed from a photo by Sean Foote better known on Twitter as @MothIDUK to whom I am very grateful for the assistance and have put a […]

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Nearly 500 Mesoamerican monuments revealed by laser mapping—many for the first time | Science

By   /  October 25, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on Nearly 500 Mesoamerican monuments revealed by laser mapping—many for the first time | Science

Scientists have uncovered nearly 500 Mesoamerican monuments in southern Mexico using an airborne laser mapping technology called lidar. Dating as far back as 3000 years ago, the structures—still buried beneath vegetation—include huge artificial plateaus that may have been used for ceremonial gatherings and other religious events. “The sheer number of sites they found is staggering,” […]

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Scientists fear global ‘cascade’ of climate impacts by 2030

By   /  October 25, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on Scientists fear global ‘cascade’ of climate impacts by 2030

Climate hazards such as extreme heat, drought and storms could trigger “cascading impacts” that may be felt around the world within the next decade, warns a study released ahead of the UN climate summit, COP26. Increasingly frequent extreme weather events could lead to more food insecurity, displacement of people, and conflict within vulnerable countries by […]

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What Does It Mean To Be a Science Writer Amidst the Pandemic?

By   /  October 25, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on What Does It Mean To Be a Science Writer Amidst the Pandemic?

The pandemic was unexpected for everyone, science writers included. But how did journalists prepare themselves to cover the unpredictable course of the virus? For Ed Yong, a science journalist for The Atlantic, it was all about the bigger picture. Similar to many science writers in the industry, Yong had to shift gears when COVID-19 hit. […]

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Price Alert: Shiba Inu To The Moon? Meme Crypto Jumps To New All-Time Highs

By   /  October 24, 2021  /  Business  /  Comments Off on Price Alert: Shiba Inu To The Moon? Meme Crypto Jumps To New All-Time Highs

Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB), aka a Doge (CRYPTO: DOGE) killer, has been on a tear since late Saturday and is currently at new all-time highs. What Happened: Shiba Inu was trading in a $0.000026-$0.000028 range for much of last week, even as some of its more illustrious counterparts, namely Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) and Ethereum (CRYPTO: […]

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COP26: Ed Miliband on the reality of UN climate summits

By   /  October 24, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on COP26: Ed Miliband on the reality of UN climate summits

By Adam Vaughan Ed Miliband was the UK’s climate minister at the Copenhagen climate summit in 2009 Guy Smallman/Getty Images Around 25,000 delegates will descend on Glasgow, UK, for COP26, a climate conference like no other. As a key player at one of the most important climate summits that preceded it, Ed Miliband has a […]

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Beavers Chip in on Landscape Engineering

By   /  October 24, 2021  /  Science  /  Comments Off on Beavers Chip in on Landscape Engineering

Beavers are among the best ecosystem engineers. Their mighty chompers make quick work of trees, and the resulting logs dam up moving water to create swampy ponds. These changes to the landscape can open up important new habitats for all kinds of species, from amphibians to moose, within the beavers’ native range in North America. […]

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Utah Garment Factory Offers Supply Chain Solution Amid Holiday Mayhem – Sourcing Journal

By   /  October 23, 2021  /  Business  /  Comments Off on Utah Garment Factory Offers Supply Chain Solution Amid Holiday Mayhem – Sourcing Journal

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IR Announces Product Strategy to Grow Share of $1.2 billion Market

By   /  October 23, 2021  /  Business  /  Comments Off on IR Announces Product Strategy to Grow Share of $1.2 billion Market

SYDNEY, Oct. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Key takeaways: IR has shared exciting product roadmap announcements for both the IR Collaborate and IR Transact solution suites at IR Connect, with a string of new features and products on the horizon in the coming months. IR Collaborate updates include ServiceNow integration and solutions for Microsoft Calling and […]

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Microsoft calls blockchain domains ‘the next big threat’

By   /  October 23, 2021  /  Business  /  Comments Off on Microsoft calls blockchain domains ‘the next big threat’

“The next big threat” is how Microsoft’s latest annual security report characterizes domain names written into a distributed ledger maintained across a constellation of computers instead of stored in a traditional, centralized registry. Storing domain names on a blockchain can make them difficult to shut down or even trace to their owners. It also leaves […]

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