The deepest scientific drilling in the ocean sheds light on the upcoming Great Japan Earthquake

The deep-sea scientific drilling ship Chikyu, which in 2018 conducted the deepest drilling of an earthquake fault in the subduction zone. Credit: Satoshi Kaya / Flickr Scientists who have delved deeper into an undersea earthquake fault than ever before have found that tectonic stress in Japan’s Nankai subduction zone is lower than expected, according to … Read more

Genetic testing: a new approach to opportunities and challenges in preventive health care

Since the Covid-19 pandemic, people’s perception of healthcare has changed. While the top ten causes of death in India are still non-communicable diseases like diabetes, heart disease and respiratory diseases, they can be easily prevented/controlled if they are treated at an early stage through screening and vital counseling at regular intervals. Moreover, routine testing may … Read more

Wildlife surveillance: deer management under surveillance

This story is excerpted from MT Lowdowna weekly newsletter that offers a more personal side to the Montana Free Press reporting. Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks last week released a list of 12-member proposals Citizen deer management advisory groupwhich was tasked with bringing “new eyes” to Issues surrounding elk management. The FWP staff rated both … Read more

AI-guided tools precisely identify immune cell driver and protective genetic factor for esophageal cancer

Esophageal adenoma (EAC) is a type of cancer that affects the mucous glands of the lower esophagus -; The tube that connects the throat to the stomach. It is the most common form of esophageal cancer and is often preceded by Barrett’s metaplasia (BE), which is a harmful change in the cells lining the esophagus. … Read more

Leaked Microsoft documents reveal Moonshots team’s growth strategy

The team formed to manage Microsoft’s biggest goals has released its first growth strategy, according to internal documents seen by Insider. The plan reveals the group’s desire to transform Microsoft’s image “from a productivity vendor to a strategic cloud provider and mission-driven innovation provider” and how it plans to grow the federal government and telecom … Read more

Shia LaBeouf gave an ultimatum with Florence Pugh

She thinks it’s Wilde’s accusation. Olivia Wilde doubled down on her claim that she kicked Shia LaBeouf out of Don’t Worry, Baby, now claiming he gave her an “ultimatum” over Florence Pugh. We had to replace the Shiites. He is a great actor, but it will not work ”, the director of the film, 38 … Read more

KTLA fires commentator Mark Meester after Lynette Romero’s defense

KTLA fired news anchor Mark Meester on Thursday afternoon, days after he was suspended after an out-of-text clip in which he criticized the station’s handling of co-anchor Lynette Romero’s sudden departure, according to several employees at the station. The station’s general manager, Janine Duffas, announced the shooting in a succinct address during a newsroom meeting … Read more

Frontline Books Closes and Plans to Eventually Return to Hyde Park | Evening Summary

Front line and letter booksThe Rastafari and Pan-African store off 53rd Street has closed its Hyde Park location, but its owner says they plan to return to the neighborhood eventually. The store, which has also long been a community venue and publishing house, closed its doors at 5206 S. Harper Ave. On September 4, ending … Read more

Omar Erbil, the live glassblowing of the London Design Festival

Omer Erbil’s live glass blowing unites sculpting and experimentation at the Victoria and Albert Museum Canadian creative Omar Arbel’s design practice is a collision of worlds, uniting sculpture, design, and invention – and in his presentation “Physical Experiences” at the Victoria and Albert Museum of London Design Festival 2022 – Performance Canadian artist and designer … Read more