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ATLANTA, GA — A new study led by public health researchers at Georgia State has found that mental health status significantly affects whether adolescents who use e-cigarettes will begin using cannabis. However, the study also shows that adolescents’ risk for cannabis use differs based on the type of mental health problems they experience. “We know …

By combining CRISPR technology with a protein engineered with artificial intelligence, it is possible to wake up individual dormant genes by turning off the chemical “kill switches” that silence them. Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine in Seattle describe this discovery in the magazine Cell reports. The approach will allow researchers …

Those who have tried to extract a mussel from anything from wood to rock know how stubborn underwater molluscs are – and their slimy secret has long captivated scientists. For years, researchers have tried to replicate the extraordinary adhesive and its properties in the lab, targeting some of the eight proteins that mussels secrete and …

With some home security software and a little ingenuity, researchers have developed an inexpensive device that will allow them to study insect behavior and activity in areas of the world where they are most diverse. Insects are by far the largest group of organisms on the planet, and with species inhabiting every continent, including Antarctica, …

WHY IT RATES: Rhoda Jimenez brings seventeen years of work experience at ALG Vacations to her new role as West Coast Sales Manager for Palladium Hotel Group. – Lacey Pfalz, Associate Editor, TravelPulse Palladium Hotel Group announced the appointment of Rhoda Jimenez as Director of Sales for the West Coast, where she is responsible for …

AKRON, Ohio– Akron Children’s Hospital expanded its career-launch program to include an associate’s degree in nursing. The new associate degree option—part of the hospital system’s Career Launch/Career Launch Plus diversity workforce development program—offers free tuition to prospective nursing students from traditionally underrepresented groups. “For many students looking for a career in healthcare, it can be …

A hundred years of physics teach us that collective atomic vibrations, called phonons, can behave like particles or waves. When they hit an interface between two materials, they can bounce back like a tennis ball. If the materials are thin and repetitive, as in a superlattice, phonons can jump between successive materials. There is now …

Black holes are not always in the dark. Astronomers have spotted intense light shows shining just outside the event horizons of supermassive black holes, including the one at our galaxy’s core. However, scientists could not identify the cause of these eruptions beyond the alleged involvement of magnetic fields. Using computer simulations of unparalleled power and …

As the world seeks and demands more sustainable sources of energy and materials, plant biomass can provide the solution by serving as a renewable resource for the production of biomaterials and biofuels. However, until now, the complex physical and chemical interactions in plant biomass have been a challenge in post-harvest processing. In a new study …

January 19, 2022 at 12:06 Have a newsroom tip, press release, local event listing or digital content to share? Send it here. Support our mission by visiting patreon.com/fl1 and becoming a monthly subscriber. Community Bank has announced that Alexis Hobart has been promoted to Vice President/District Manager at the Waterloo branch. In his new role, …

The 200-year-old ‘Knight’ malting barley variety has long been the world leader in beer brewing and is believed to have originated from a single plant. In a new study, Swedish researchers from the universities of Linköping and Stockholm have investigated this claim. They analyzed seed samples over 150 years old using molecular genetic methods. The …

Menlo Park city manager Starla Jerome-Robinson has resigned and will work no later than January 28. City council plans to appoint Deputy City Manager Justin Murphy as the city’s new interim city manager starting Jan. 11, according to a press release. Friday evening January 7. The news came as an announcement by Genevieve Ng, the …

Dallas man convicted of theft and murder in 2009 at a Fort Worth nightclub was released from jail Thursday after new TBEN results showed he did not handle the gun . criminality. Willie Mornel Thomas, who turns 39 on December 31, has been released on bail after spending more than 10 years in prison for …

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif .– In 2021, researchers at the California Academy of Sciences added 70 new plant and animal species to the Tree of Life, enriching our understanding of the complex web of life on Earth and strengthening our ability to make conservation decisions. illuminated. The new species include 14 beetles, 12 sea slugs, nine …

VANCOUVER, WA – Several large heatwaves the size of Mongolia occurred at the same time almost every day during the warm seasons of the 2010s in the Northern Hemisphere, according to a study led by researchers at Washington State University (WSU). Using climate data from 1979 to 2019, the researchers found that the number of …

Substitute teachers at Sequoia Union High School District are receiving a pay rise because the pandemic has made it more difficult to find replacements than in previous years, according to a Nov. 17 report. board staff report. Substitutes will earn $ 240 for a full day of work, an increase of $ 45 per day …

Envoy, Inc. Omaha-based advertising agency Karla Lubeck, Account Executive, Envoy, Inc. Aubrey Riggins, Social Media Manager, Envoy, Inc. Karla and Aubrey bring great experience to our client teams, and we look forward to their contribution to building Envoy’s service portfolio. – Kathy Broniecki, CEO, Envoy, Inc. OMAHA, NEBRASKA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – …

The oil industry has installed fiber optic sensing cables in holes to better understand why hydraulic fracturing does not release trapped oil at expected rates in shale reservoirs, but the massive flows of information received are difficult to analyze. . Today, a team of researchers from Texas A&M University and the Colorado School of Mines …

A team of researchers, including scientists from the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) and the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) at Michigan State University (MSU), having solved the case of the missing mass of zirconium-80. To be fair, they broke the case as well. The experimenters showed that zirconium-80 – a zirconium atom with …

Organic crystals in solid solution have been led to search for higher photon upconversion materials, which convert long wavelength light currently lost into shorter wavelength light that is more useful. Scientists at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have revisited a previously deemed dull approach to materials – using a molecule originally developed for organic LEDs …

A scientist from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) has discovered a method to detect and better define impact sites of meteorites that have long lost their telltale craters. The discovery could further study not only the geology of the Earth, but also that of other bodies in our solar system. The key, according to …

The following press release was submitted to SOURCE media by the Governor’s Office. *** BOSTON – Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker appointed Nicholas Parsenios yesterday, September 8, to the post of Associate Judge of Estates and Family Court. Lawyer Parsenios has nearly 23 years of legal experience. ” With over 20 years of experience serving children …

Quite transparently, the following is a press release from the Governor’s office submitted to SOURCE media. *** BOSTON – Today, July 21, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced the appointment of Rachel Hershfang as Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals and Asha White as Circuit Judge of the District Court . “The decades of public …

In all transparency, here is a press release from the Baker-Polito administration. *** BOSTON – Today, May 5, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced the appointment of Judge Honor Segal as Associate District Court Judge. Judge Segal has been an administrative judge for the Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents since 2017 and has over 16 years …

The following is a press release from the Governor’s office submitted to SOURCE media. *** BOSTON – Today, Jan. 13, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced the appointment of Kristen Buxton as Associate Judge of the Superior Court. Lawyer Buxton has over 24 years of experience in the legal field and has served since 1996 as …

State officials announced a new initiative that will allow recruits undergoing basic law enforcement training to earn an associate’s degree. The free program, called Educating Heroes, is started by the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT). Police officers graduating from DOCJT basic training would earn 45 credit hours at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. …