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Bernews.com (Bermuda) 11/13/2019 12:26
Dockyard is looking for outdoor vendors for the next year’s summer and winter seasons. Six paved platform areas with water and electricity, between the three gazebos near the ferry stop, are available. West End Development Corporation’s Business Development Manager, Joanna Cranfield said: “These are highly sought after areas as they are extremely close to our […]. ()
Interactions of transmembrane receptors with their extracellular ligands are essential for cellular communication and signaling and are therefore a major focus in drug discovery programs. The transition from in vitro to live cell interaction studies, however, is typically a bottleneck in many drug discovery projects due to the challenge of obtaining atomic‐resolution information under near‐physiological conditions. Although NMR spectroscopy is ideally suited to overcome this limitation, several experimental impairments are still present. Here we propose the use of methylcellulose hydrogels to study extracellular proteins and their interactions with plasma membrane receptors. This approach reduces cell sedimentation, avoids membrane receptor.
Recent innovations highlight the great potential of two‐dimensional materials, such as graphene oxide (GO) films, in water‐related applications. However, undesirable water‐induced effects, such as the redispersion and peeling of stacked GO laminates, greatly degrade their established performance and impact their practical application. It remains a great challenge to stabilize GO membranes in water. Here, we report on a molecular bridge strategy, in which an interlaminar short‐chain molecular bridge generates a robust GO laminate that resists the tendency to swell. Furthermore, an interfacial long‐chain molecular bridge adheres the GO laminate onto a porous substrate to increase the mechanical strength to the membrane. By rationally creating.
The design and preparation of amorphous pure organic room temperature phosphorescence (RTP) materials are significant in many fields of applications, but highly challenging. In this work, carbon dots (CDs) with dual‐emissive, robust and aggregation‐induced RTP characteristics are reported for the first time. The CDs (named TA‐CDs) can be facilely prepared via hydrothermal treatment of trimellitic acid and exhibit unique white prompt and yellow RTP emissions in solid state under UV excitation (365 nm) “on” and “off”, respectively. Further studies revealed that the yellow RTP emission of TA‐CDs powder should be resulted from the formation of a new excited triplet state due to their aggregation, and the white prompt emission could be ascribed
SvD (Sweden) 11/13/2019 12:19
Manchester City-spelaren Bernardo Silva stängs av en match och får böta 50 000 pund, motsvarande 624 000 kronor, för en tweet som anses rasistisk. I tweeten som Silva publicerade jämförde han sin lagkamrat Benjamin Mendy med en svart tecknad karaktär, meddelar det engelska fotbollsförbundet, FA. Silva raderade inlägget 46 minuter senare varpå ha...
Business Insider 11/13/2019 12:19
I'm a die-hard fast food fan, from burgers to and everything in between. I also love Tex-Mex and Mexican food and have been known to indulge in a taco or two a week. Then how, you may ask, is it possible that I've never once been to ? I asked myself the same question and decided to try out the fast-food chain for myself. The chicken quesadilla proved to be the standout item, along with the famous Crunchwrap Supreme. I also found the Mountain Dew Baja Blast to be the perfect complement to my meat-and-carb-filled bounty. . I am a self-proclaimed fast food and Mexican food lover who's never been to . Yes, you read that correctly. It's not that I've never been tempted to try out the California-based chain — its cheese-filled burritos have prove.
In Washington, the immaculate solution to climate change has a name: a bipartisan, revenue-neutral carbon tax. The idea should have wide appeal. Under the plan, the government would charge companies for every ton of greenhouse gases they emit. Instead of spending that money, the government would immediately send it back to Americans as a tax cut or check. Over time, Americans would make greener choices (a win for Democrats) without growing the size of the government (a win for Republicans). And so climate change would slow (a win for everyone). The research is promising. Last week, a study from economists at Columbia University with the most support in Congress would slash American carbon pollution by almost 40 percent within a decade. It w.
Packet Storm 11/13/2019 12:17
Ubuntu Security Notice 4186-2 - USN-4186-1 fixed vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This update provides the corresponding updates for the Linux Hardware Enablement kernel from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for Ubuntu 14.04 ESM. Stephan van Schaik, Alyssa Milburn, Sebastian.
New Statesman 11/13/2019 12:16
A selection of the best letters received from our readers this week. Email to have your thoughts voiced in the New Statesman magazine. A subscription to the New Statesman is a passport to a superior sensory experience: the smell of the printed page released from its wrapper; the touch of pages; the visual layout of each. So often your illustrations are brilliantly chosen and enhance the reading experience. But it was a shame that you chose the image of a crucifix to go with Pippa Bailey’s moving memories of her Brethren grandpa (Personal Story, 8 November). I understand that a crucified Christ looks appropriate for an article about a kind of Christianity, but an ultra-Protestant, world-denying Exclusive Brethren would have had little affini.

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