Get colouring: the latest posters from the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. (Courtesy: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics) This week’s Red Folder focuses on things you can do at home. There is something therapeutic about colouring in pictures. Perhaps it takes some of us back to a childhood before the Internet and smartphones existed. If
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Oakman Aerospace hasn’t furloughed anyone. In fact, the Colorado company is training two recent hires thanks in part to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a U.S. Small Business Administration initiative designed to limit the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We likened it to winning the Powerball,” said Oakman Aerospace CEO Maureen O’Brien. That’s because
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The term “regenerative agriculture” has become two of the biggest buzzwords in nature-based climate solutions. But how many farms and food companies can say they follow both regenerative and organic practices? Canadian cereal and snack company Nature’s Path — the largest organic breakfast and snack company in North America — hopes to get more agricultural
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Coated cloth: schematic drawing of the supercapacitor, showing the absorbent centre and positive and negative electrodes made of a polymer. (Courtesy: L Manjakkal et al./Advanced Materials) A wearable supercapacitor that stores energy using human sweat has been developed and demonstrated in the UK by Ravinder Dahiya and colleagues at the University of Glasgow’s Bendable Electronics
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WASHINGTON — Satellite imaging companies are embracing long-awaited reforms to commercial remote sensing regulations, although one member of Congress doesn’t think the changes go far enough. The Commerce Department, which regulates commercial remote sensing satellite systems through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, released a final rule revising commercial remote sensing regulations May 19. The
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Correction to: Nature https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2172-5Published online 22 April 2020 In the abstract of this Article, “consistent with the lack of precursory summit inflation” should have read “consistent with the lack of substantial precursory summit inflation”, because a small amount (2–3 cm) of localized summit inflation was detected with GPS starting about two weeks before the eruption.
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