Dennis Masters

Dennis Masters

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(The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)) Vice President for Research Distinguished Professor Sang Yup Lee was elected as a foreign member of the Royal Society in the UK. Professor Lee and Professor V. Narry Kim from Seoul National University are the first foreign members ever elected from Korea.
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The first Xiaomi tablet was released in 2014. But we haven’t seen a new model for a long time. A few months ago, Xiaomi executives ... The post Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 To Sport 8720mah Dual-Cell Battery And Have Two Versions appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Early humans in Kenya buried a dead child with tremendous care 78,000 years ago.
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With F1 TV on your Chromecast, you won’t have to miss a single Grand Prix - see how to cast those gripping Formula 1 races on a larger screen.
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The authorisation in India will allow Roche to import the manufactured batches of the antibody cocktail of casirivimab and imdevimab, which will be marketed and distributed in India through a strategic partnership with Cipla Ltd
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Every IT pro should have at least a basic understanding of cyber security. That’s because the field is constantly evolving, and it makes sense that opportunities to change your career focus could come your way. Want to explore the possibilities without dropping thousands on college tuition? Then The All-In-One Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle is an economical alternative that lets students learn on their own terms.To read this article in full, please click here
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The social network is testing the feature in Canada and four US cities first.
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Twitter has announced its acquisition of Scroll, a startup service that enables Internet users to read articles with all of the extraneous bits like advertisements removed. The company notes that Scroll will play a role in its subscription service plans, joining Twitter’s newsletter plan with its recent Revue acquisition. Twitter, despite how big of a role it plays in online … Continue reading
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Borrowers are waiting for action on the $1.7 trillion student-debt crisis, and Richard Cordray's appointment may have just brought it a lot closer.
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(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) ChromoUpdate is an MIT-developed "programmable matter" technique to quickly change objects' color. The method uses light to alter the saturation of photochromatic ink on an item's surface and could give product designers a boost in churning out prototypes.
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Moderna rises on vaccine supply deal with COVAX.U.S. manufacturing sector slows in April
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Rising coronavirus case numbers and multiple circulating variants are the reason for the ban, the administration says.
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Megha Vishwanath, CNBC TV18’s tech anchor, has joined Carl Pei’s Nothing to lead PR and communications in India.
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Blockchain developer platform Alchemy announced today it has raised $80 million in a Series B round of funding led by Coatue and Addition, Lee Fixel’s new fund. The company previously raised a total of $15.5 million, so the latest financing brings its total raised to $95.5 million since it launched in 2017. The latest round caught […]
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Provincial curbs to stem the virus are disrupting domestic supply chains, risking higher prices for everything from essential drugs to cars.
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Translucent devices like the Game Boy Color made a tacit promise to players: Everything the light touches is yours. But the future seems to be a black box.
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Tech stocks were in the red Tuesday with Tesla shares declining, but the S&P 500 stuck close to record highs.
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Musk said the Model Y would likely be the "best-selling car or truck of any kind in the world." Tesla currently only makes the SUV at two factories.
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(University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Science) A group of researchers has discovered a new approach to cereal plant breeding that takes into account the internal "calculator" of plant seeds that makes them continuously reorganize themselves (global coherence). The approach includes unforeseen and unintended changes in the plant when genetically manipulated by the plant breeders. The researchers expect that the method can be used to improve the world's crops much more efficiently.
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