Month: August 2018

HEIDELBERG, Germany (Reuters) – Armed with a mouse and computer screen instead of a scalpel and operating theater, cardiologist Benjamin Meder carefully places the electrodes of a pacemaker in a beating, digital heart. A three-dimensional printout of a human heart is seen at the Heidelberg University Hospital (Universitaetsklinikum Heidelberg) in Heidelberg, Germany, August 14, 2018.
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Hilleman helped develop vaccines against several strains of the flu during his 40-year career in vaccine research. Jonas Salk gained worldwide fame for his polio vaccine; Louis Pasteur is remembered, among other things, for developing a vaccine against rabies, and Edward Jenner’s name is forever connected to vaccination against smallpox. But history barely remembers the
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A model of Toyota Motor Corp.’s Prius battery pack is displayed at Panasonic EV Energy Co.’s Omori plant in Kosei, central Japan, Friday, June 5, 2009. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi) Co-authors Austin Brown & Dan Sperling EV challenges remain but battery life is not one  of them. There are lots of great reasons to drive electric. The modern
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Dwindling U.K. interest in coal-fired power generation, once the country’s mainstay, has long been known. Reflective of that profound change in thinking is London-listed midcap utility outfit Drax Group (LON:DRX) and its Chief Executive Officer Will Gardiner. Upon entering Gardiner’s office for an interview, the executive who was formerly the group’s finance chief, welcomes your
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