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first_imgSome of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,638.45, up 130.28 points)B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Up 15 cents, or 4.09 per cent, to $3.82 on 6.8 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Up six cents, or 1.53 per cent, to $3.98 on 5.6 million shares.Trican Well Service Ltd. (TSX:TCW). Oil and gas. Down three cents, or 0.95 per cent, to $3.12 on 4.2 million shares.Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down 20 cents, or 1.86 per cent, to $10.57 on 4.1 million shares.Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up 32 cents, or 3.44 per cent, to $9.63 on 3.8 million shares.Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financial Services. Down 12 cents, or 0.49 per cent, to $24.38 on 3.5 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Enerplus Corp. (TSX:ERF). Energy. Up $1.17, or 8.78 per cent, to $14.49 on 1.9 million shares. The Calgary-based company plans to continue to pour money into its North Dakota light oil play this year after crediting it with a fourth-quarter profit of $15 million that handily beat analyst expectations. Enerplus will invest 90 per cent of its 2018 capital budget of between $535 million and $585 million in the United States, most in North Dakota Bakken light oil wells, where production is expected to grow by 30 per cent.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY). Bank. Up 40 cents, or 0.39 per cent, to $102.56 on 2.4 million shares. A $178 million writedown stemming from U.S. tax changes weighed on the The Toronto-based bank’s first-quarter profits, but the lender also saw early benefits for its business south of the border from the tax reforms it expects will have a longer-term positive impact. Royal delivered better-than-expected first-quarter profits — $3 billion, relatively unchanged from a year ago — and increased its quarterly payment to common shareholders by three cents to 94 cents per share.Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Bank. Up 76 cents, or 1.04 per cent, to $73.97 on 2.6 million shares. TD says it is taking a pause on allowing customers to use its credit cards to buy cryptocurrency. The big bank says it made the decision to conduct a review and assessment of the evolving market.last_img read more

MONTREAL — News and entertainment website says some of its databases containing the personal information of about one million users from 1996 to 2008 has been hacked.The company says the databases breached contained records including names, email addresses, mailing addresses and telephone numbers.The information was provided by users for contests, forums, comments pages or the hosting of personal pages. Information collected after 2008 was not, which learned of the incident on Sept. 2, says there was no evidence that the compromised data contained financial information, such as credit card numbers or social insurance numbers.The company says it has informed the RCMP, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and the provincial privacy commissioners of the breach.It said anyone worried about the data breach should call is operated by MediaQMI Inc. (TSX:TVA.B) and was owned by Sun Media Corp. before 2015. read more

Japanese Prime Minister offered a Yen 38 billion ODA loan to Sri Lanka for water purification projects for Kidney diseases and establishment of electricity transmission lines connecting the entire country.The President’s office quoted a joint statement as saying that the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe and President Maithripala Sirisena held a bilateral summit meeting in Nagoya, Japan, following the Outreach Meeting during the G7 Ise-Shima Summit. In the joint statement, both leaders shared the view, considering the fact Sri Lanka is strategically located in the Indian Ocean, that the development of the country and strengthening regional connectivity are of critical importance to the prosperity of the entire region. Both leaders reaffirmed that they would strengthen cooperation for the implementation of the Comprehensive Partnership between Japan and Sri Lanka and the Partnership for Quality Infrastructure. Both leaders also welcomed the convening of the first round of the Policy Dialogue at the Senior Official Level of the two Foreign Ministries and the inaugural Sri Lanka-Japan Dialogue on Maritime Security, Safety and Oceanic Issues in January 2016 in Colombo, where the two maritime states reconfirmed the importance of maintaining the freedom of the high seas and maritime order based on the rule of law. As a part of strengthening maritime cooperation between the two countries, both leaders also acknowledged the importance of the steady progress of the Project for Maritime Safety Capability Improvement (worth approximately 1.8 billion yen), that includes the provision of two patrol vessels. Prime Minister Abe conveyed Japan’s decision to extend assistance for the development of a master plan of the City of Kandy, which would enable the urban development needs of the ancient city with appropriate consideration for the protection of the cultural heritage. Prime Minister Abe further expressed his intention to send a study mission.President Sirisena expressed his appreciation for the Japanese assistance. Both leaders welcomed Sri Lanka’s decision to adopt the Japanese system of Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting (DTTB) and the progress of bilateral work to ensure a smooth transition to the DTTB Japanese system, including the establishment of a bilateral Joint Committee to facilitate implementation of the project and holding the first meeting of the committee in June.President Sirisena stated that the implementation of Digitalization of Terrestrial Analogue Television has been assigned to the Ministry of Parliamentary Reforms and Mass Media. Desiring to contribute to national development efforts in Sri Lanka, Prime Minister Abe expressed his intention to positively consider the provision of Development Policy Loan (DPL), which supports policy and institutional reform in macro-economic and public financial management, as well as the promotion of the private sector.Both leaders recognized the importance of port development in Sri Lanka, as a key hub nation in the Indian Ocean given the rising demand and the rapid growth of the region. President Sirisena expressed his appreciation for the Japanese assistance provided thus far in this respect. Prime Minister Abe stated that Japan would actively continue its cooperation on the development of the Colombo port and its vicinity under the public and private sector cooperation. Prime Minister Abe also expressed his intention to send survey missions to study the needs and the logistics for hub development of the north port of Colombo and its surrounding areas, as well as the development of the port of Trincomalee. Both also leaders recognized the importance of the ongoing national reconciliation process in Sri Lanka, and welcomed the exchange of notes regarding the Project for the Establishment of Research and Training Complex at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Jaffna (worth approximately 1.7 billion yen) on 18 May, 2016. Prime Minister Abe expressed Japan’s continued support for Sri Lanka’s efforts on national reconciliation, including the contribution by Motoo Noguchi.Both leaders decided to establish a Joint Committee with a view to ensure the expeditious implementation of the Joint Declaration on Comprehensive Partnership between Japan and Sri Lanka and to promote concrete cooperation in such areas as economic development, maritime security, national reconciliation and peace building. (Colombo Gazette) Prime Minister Abe expressed his intention to provide ODA loans, which amount to approximately 38 billion yen, for the construction of transmission lines in the North Central and Eastern Provinces and water supply facilities in the North Central Province, in order to further promote socio-economic development of Sri Lanka. The project of constructing transmission lines will allow the electricity generated at the power plants that Sri Lanka planned in the Eastern Province to be transmitted to the City of Colombo. read more

The 43rd session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), held in Vienna from 20 February to 3 March, also considered the use of nuclear power sources in outer space and reviewed implementation of the recommendations of the Third UN Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.The Subcommittee also discussed matters related to remote sensing of Earth by satellites, including applications for developing countries and monitoring of Earth’s environment.The panel’s Working Group on Space Debris reached consensus on the text of draft space debris mitigation guidelines to be circulated at the national level for consent for approval at the 44th session next year. The guidelines, should they be adopted, would be implemented voluntarily and through national mechanisms, and would not be legally binding under international law.On disaster management the Subcommittee held a workshop involving communication and meteorological satellite operators. It also considered the use of nuclear power sources in outer space under a multi-year work plan, including a potential technical safety framework.On Telemedicine it heard presentations on bilateral or multilateral projects to develop further space-based applications to monitor outbreaks of avian flu, Chagas’ disease, malaria and yellow fever, among others. The Subcommittee urged Member States to continue to cooperative in developing countries in order to bring them better health-care services.On near-Earth objects the Subcommittee stressed that early detection and precision of asteroids and meteors that may cross Earth’s orbit were the most effective tools for avoiding a collision, noting that any mitigating measures would require coordinated international efforts.COPUOS was set up by the General Assembly in 1959 to review the scope of international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space, to devise programmes to be undertaken under UN auspices, to encourage continued research and the dissemination of information and to study legal problems arising from the exploration of outer space. read more

It will be a busy week for Brock’s Department of Dramatic Arts, with a theatrical performance, panel discussion and series of public workshops all lined up in a matter of three days.The programming, sponsored by the Walker Cultural Leader Series, takes place Thursday, March 15 to Saturday, March 17 at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts (MIWSFPA) in downtown St. Catharines.Kerr Mesner, of Pennsylvania’s Arcadia University, will kick-off the three-day lineup Thursday with the debut of In Transit: Artistic Interventions in Precarious Times. The one-person performance piece combines multimedia, live theatrical performance and audience engagement to create an evocative and thought-provoking dramatic experience. His autoethnographic theatrical piece explores the intersections of queer identities, Christianity’s contributions to anti-queer violence and the challenges of embodying transgender identities within current political contexts.Mesner weaves a story arc between live theatrical performances from his 2017 piece, In Transit, and multimedia excerpts from the film version of his 2014 play, Intervention, that was part of his doctoral dissertation.He performs in the Marilyn I. Walker (MIW) Theatre Thursday, March 15 from 7 to 9 p.m.On Friday, March 16, a panel discussion, “Tensions of Engagement in the Canadian Immigrant Theatre Context,” will take place in the MIW Theatre at 7 p.m.Ruth Howard of Jumblies Theatre, Lina de Guevara of Puente Theatre and Professor Yasmine Kandil of Brock University will discuss how applied theatre with immigrants and refugees in Canada has evolved over the past few decades. Moderated by Brock Professor Natalie Alvarez, the panel will examine whether the medium has had a positive and tangible impact on this community, and on settler Canadians.Kandil began her immigrant journey in Victoria, B.C., where she worked on multiple projects exploring celebration as a means for immigrant youth to claim a space in their new home. She is currently engaged in the second phase of devising a theatre piece that examines narratives of immigration and settlement for Brock students and local immigrants and refugees in relation to expectations, obstacles and assimilation.Beginning Saturday, March 17, Brock’s visiting scholars and theatre makers, including two panelists from the previous evening’s event, will present workshops about their work in the Dramatic Arts field.Howard, founder of Toronto-based Jumblies Theatre, explores her recent Four Lands touring project in a workshop held in Studio B of the MIWSFPA from 10 a.m. to noon. Her work on issues of diversity has won many awards. Jumblies Theatre is known for its work with minority groups, engaging non-artists and a larger spectrum of participants through community-based theatre.Following from 1 to 3 p.m. in Studio C will be de Guevara’s workshop, which examines the different tools used to research immigrant and refugee narratives. She was the first immigrant artist to establish a theatre company in Victoria that focused solely on promoting the narratives of immigration and settlement, with the purpose of bridging the gap between the minority group and predominantly white culture of Victoria. Her work has spread to other provinces in Canada since she began her Canadian journey almost 40 years ago.Admission to all three days of programming is free thanks to sponsorship from the Walker Cultural Leader Series, founded by Marilyn I. Walker. However, participants are asked to register for the March workshops in advance through Eventbrite.The Walker Cultural Leader Series brings leading artists, performers, practitioners and academics to the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts at Brock University. read more

first_imgIf you are the kind of person who always waits until the last minute to buy gifts for your friends, Apple has you covered. As long as your friend has an iPhone Best Price at Amazon or iPad, you can now buy them a gift card for use at the local Apple Store without needing to even get up off the couch.The newest version of the Apple Store app makes those gift cards compatible with Passbook, an as-yet-untapped feature of the latest iOS firmware that allows users to keep track of multiple different loyalty and gift cards within a single mobile platform.Passbook also promises the ability to store your airline boarding passes, concert and sporting event tickets, and coupons or offers for any merchant that takes the time to set up the appropriate infrastructure.It is essentially Apple’s response to Near Field Communication (NFC), which is the way that the rest of the industry is leaning for this kind of mobile infrastructure.Relatively few companies have pledged support for Passbook, but recently British Airways confirmed it is working on a mobile boarding pass solution for the new Apple platform. As far as the Apple Store Passbook gift cards are concerned, users can simply show their iOS device at the register to apply the value to their order.The gift cards need to be purchased from the updated Apple Store app. Even if users don’t have an iOS device, though, they can print out an email with a barcode that will function just the same way at the store.And gift cards can always be used online as well, but it is the integration between mobile technology and retail point-of-sale that is really the focus of the industry right now, and it is still too soon to see if Passbook is going to deliver that magic formula.Apple Store (iTunes), via Cnetlast_img read more

first_img Share60 Tweet Email Stock Image Monday 1 Apr 2019, 8:16 AM A COMEDIAN AND actor with no political experience has taken the lead in the first round of the Ukrainian presidential elections.Volodymyr Zelenskiy (41) held 30.2% of the votes ahead of the incumbent president Petro Poroshenko (53) who held 16.7% of support with just over half the votes counted, according to the Ukrainian Elections Commission. Zelenskiy plays a fictional president in the television series Servant of the People and is running as an anti-establishment figure in the elections. Poroshenko, a billionaire famous for his chocolate-making business Roshen, has been in office since being elected in 2014. Ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshkenko, who was herself favourite when she launched her campaign, was knocked out with 13% of the vote, figures showed. However, without either Zelenskiy or Poroshenko securing a majority, a runoff between the two leading candidates is expected to be held on 21 April. In 2014, Ukraine saw renewed conflict after Russian troops moved in, annexing Crimea, and prompting new sanctions to be introduced by the EU. It followed public unrest on the Crimean peninsula when president Viktor Yanukovych was ousted and fled to Russia. Russia continues to control the region today. If Zelenskiy wins the second round in April, as opinion polls suggest, he will take the reins of one of the poorest countries in Europe – a nation of 45 million people fighting Russian-backed separatists in its industrial east. With reporting from AFP. 21 Comments Apr 1st 2019, 8:16 AM By Conor McCravecenter_img Stock Image Image: Shutterstock/Review News 10,551 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Image: Shutterstock/Review News Comedian takes the lead after first round of presidential elections in Ukraine A runoff between the two leading candidates is expected this month. last_img read more

first_imgA state Department of Corrections plan to release non-violent prisoners and put them on electronic monitoring has raised alarm in Palmer. The community is home to the Palmer Correctional Center, and some residents fear there is not enough supervision available to support the move.  A state legislator held a field hearing on Tuesday to gauge public reaction to the plan.Download AudioThe state Department of Corrections wants to release 176 inmates to an ankle monitoring plan.  Corrections department commissioner Ron Taylor says the plan is driven by both state budget cuts, and by a move toward prison reform.Vicki Waller who maintains the anti crime website stop valley thieves. Testifies at a Palmer hearing Tuesday, Oct. 20. Photo: Ellen Lockyer, KSKA.“The department has been focused on successful prisoner re-entry. And so what we are trying to do is look for ways that we can assist people to be more successful so that they are not a public safety risk, or we lessen the public safety risk when they return to the community. ”Taylor told the panel that it is not correct to term the plan “early release”, nor will it empty out the Palmer facility.“The Palmer Ramp Down, as it is being referred to, is not necessarily the ramp down of Palmer minimum, or the closure of Palmer medium. It’s actually looking at all our minimums across the state to determine who can we allow to serve their sentence on electronic monitoring or halfway house, or some other fashion.”Taylor says legislative leadership has contacted his department to find ways to reduce inmate populations by  15 percent, then up to 25 percent to save costs. Taylor says corrections is already working toward that goal, with more than one thousand prisoners now on electronic monitoring or in halfway houses in eight communities in the state He told the panel that a prisoner in a “hard bed” or one housed in a state facility, costs 142 dollars a day.  That pencils out to about 50 thousand dollars a year for each prisoner.  Taylor said ankle monitoring costs a little over $22 a day for each prisoner.But Representative Jim Colver, who called for and chaired the field hearing, had concerns about the criteria used to determine inmate eligibility for the monitoring plan, and about it’s effectiveness“A lot of other states have budget reductions and have gone through these kinds of things. From some of the information that I’ve gathered an inmate put the monitor on his dog and then went out and offended. The corrections department [in Colorado] went through a third party vendor and they thought the inmate was still in the house where he was detained, but he was out committing crimes.”Taylor told him that corrections does not use third party vendors, and currently has 446 inmates on electronic monitoring supervised by DOC.Public Safety commissioner Gary Folger also cited other state’s problems with ankle monitoring. He said a Los Angeles county program failed to provide enough probation officers, while homelessness there  shot up.“The liason told me the population of skid row had tripled. What I am saying here is that it [affects] more than just one department. ”Others at the hearing voiced community concerns. Vicki Wallner, who maintains the anti -crime website Stop Valley Thieves, says if offenders don’t do actual prison time, they will re-offend“And this is why people are so angry. We’re seeing people that are convicted of vehicle thefts, of burglary, and these people are walking back on the street within a year.”But Taria Walters,  a former inmate at Hiland Mountain, supports the monitoring plan.“And the reason why I say that is because I have lived within the system and see many individuals that could benefit from getting on the ankle monitor. They could get a job and pay their own rent, pay for the ankle monitor and start paying back the restitution and their fines. ”Walters also told the panel about the extreme difficulty of finding housing after her release from prison.  She has an drug felony on her record, and she said she spent two years in rented rooms or transitional housing before she could find a place of her own to rent.last_img read more

first_img LEFT: Simulation surface configuration. Illustration of the 3D simulation repeat unit, with 2D cross section showing labeled structural parameters. RIGHT: Quantification and mechanisms leading to the CAH (contact angle hysteresis) for reentrant and doubly reentrant geometries at zero applied pressure. (A) (i) CAH dependence on both the area fraction Fr and total cap height Dr. Symbols indicate the depinning mechanism upon receding, with purple diamonds indicating a hybrid mechanism. (ii and iii) Comparison of the bridge-, edge-, and lip-depinning receding models (solid lines, color-coded) against the simulated θr (data points); examples shown with varying Fr at fixed Dr = 0.05 and 0.35. The ±1° error bars in the simulation data are too small to be seen. (B) 3D visualization of the advancing liquid-vapor interface (shown in blue); the advancing direction is indicated by a black arrow. Black and red lines indicate the center and edge 2D cross sections that are also presented (right). (C) (i to iv) Visualizations of the major four receding mechanisms. The receding direction is indicated by black arrows. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journal information: Science Advances In this way, the scientists developed highly versatile computational techniques to study any mesoscopically structured surface in contact with multiple fluid phases. The multifaceted optimization strategy can be further improved for reliability and scalability to couple with recent advances in fabrication including 3-D printing and lithographic methods to efficiently design real-world superomniphobic surfaces. In materials science, surfaces that strongly repel low surface tension liquids are classified ‘superoleophobic,” while high surface tension liquid repellants are ‘superhydrophobic’ and surfaces that display both characteristics are ‘superomniphobic.” Superomniphobic surfaces are at the frontiers of surface design for a vast array of applications. In a recent study, J. R. Panter and co-workers at the Department of Physics and Procter and Gamble Co. in the U.K. and the U.S. developed computational methods to systematically develop three key surface wetting properties. These included contact angle hysteresis, critical pressure and a minimum energy wetting barrier. In the study, the scientists developed quantitative models and corrected inaccurate assumptions within existing models. When studying the third parameter on minimum energy transition mechanisms, the scientists identified three failure mechanisms. For instance, a surface design failure can be initiated through a broad range of additional perturbations including flow, vibration, evaporation, condensation, droplet impact, changing electrical and magnetic fields or thermal fluctuations at the nanoscale. In real-world applications, failure could be initiated by a combination of perturbations. To fabricate a texture resistant to failure, Panter et al. therefore combined the maximum energy pathway (MEP) to account for a worst case scenario of combined failures. They identified three transition pathways as (1) base contact (BC), (2) pillar contact (PC) and (3) cap contact (CC), then quantified each barrier across the structural parameter space. Thereafter, they assessed the likeliest mechanism of energy transition for a given surface geometry. The scientists then conducted simultaneous optimization of the identified structural features to maximize critical pressure, minimize the energy barrier and maximize the CAH. For this, they performed optimal design of two membranes for applications on water purification and digital microfluidics. Panter et al. also showed that a genetic algorithm could be used to efficiently locate the optimum design in the parameter space and design more complex structures for special wettability applications. Critical pressure analysis for reentrant and doubly reentrant geometries. (A) Contour plots of ΔPc variation with Fr and Hr for reentrant (i) and doubly reentrant (ii) geometries. Data points mark the critical height at which the failure mechanism switches from Base Failure (BF) to Depinned Cap Failure (DCF) or Pinned Cap Failure (PCF), and error bars indicate the uncertainty in this height due to the diffuse interface width. Solid and dashed white lines show the critical height based on the capillary model and 2D model, respectively. (B) Model fits to ΔPc of the Cap Failure mechanisms at Hr = 0.25 for reentrant (i) and doubly reentrant (ii) geometries. (C to E) The three failure mechanisms shown in 3D, with associated diagonal cross sections. Critical pressure liquid morphologies are shown in blue, the vapor phase is shown in white, and the interface is indicated with a black solid line. Red regions show how the unstable meniscus evolves upon increasing ΔP above ΔPc. (D and E) Under-cap views, highlighting the shapes of the contact lines at the critical pressure. (F) Details of the 3D horizontal (3DD) and 3D diagonal (3DH) capillary bridge models used, showing the inner and outer circumferences (blue) against the system configuration. The 3D illustration compares the simulated liquid-vapor interface (light blue) to the horizontal capillary model (dark blue). Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 Explore further Simultaneous optimization of the three wetting properties for membrane distillation and digital microfluidics applications. (A) (i) 3D contour plot of the membrane distillation scoring function at fixed Hr = 0.3, Ar = 0.05, and tr = 0.05. Each surface is a surface of constant score. (ii) A 2D slice of the 3D contour plot at the optimal Lr = 0.17. Square data points show the initial (white), second (light gray), fifth (dark gray), and final (black) generations of the genetic algorithm, projected onto the 2D plane. (B) Scoring function for the digital microfluidics application, projected onto the Hr = 0.3 plane at fixed B = 100 μm, also showing the successive generations of the genetic algorithm population. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 Making a splash is all in the angle Video shows the pillar contact (PC) mechanism for a doubly reentrant geometry at θ° = 60° a surface property identified in the study. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 Panter et al. combined these analyses simultaneously to demonstrate the power of the strategy to optimize structures for applications in membrane distillation and digital microfluidics. By antagonistically coupling the wetting properties, the scientists implemented a multifaceted approach to optimally design superomniphobic surfaces. Using genetic algorithms, they facilitated efficient optimization for speedups of up to 10,000 times. The results of the study are now published on Science Advances. Superomniphobic surfaces have physical micro- and nanotextures that allow low-surface-tension liquids (oils and alcohols) to remain suspended on a vapor-filled surface structure. This liquid-shedding ability can promote efficient droplet mobility with low viscous drag , with transformative potential across a broad range of applications. These include sustainable technologies for water purification, antimicrobial strategies in biomedicine, anti-fingerprint coating techniques, reducing food waste and versatile biochemical technologies, at the global scale. Recent breakthroughs in microfabrication have allowed the formation of complex structures at the micrometer scale resolution, including three-dimensional (3-D) printing technology, fluidization of polymer micropillars and lithographic methods. Despite these highly versatile techniques, materials scientists and physicists still seek to understand how to precisely design surface structures for optimal performance in real-world applications. A successful omniphobic design must demonstrate three key wetting properties to include (1) a low contact angle for maximum liquid mobility, (2) high critical pressure for stability of the superoleophobic state, and (3) a high energetic barrier to failure. Due to complexities of surface design, uniting computational and experimental studies can be expensive and time-consuming to understand this basis. In the present work, Panter et al. overcame the challenges of designing superomniphobic wetting properties by first designing computational strategies to understand the effect that structural parameters had on the three defined criteria. To illustrate the importance of multifaceted optimization they used two relevant examples of water purification via membrane distillation and droplet-based digital microfluidics. The scientists developed a genetic algorithm to efficiently perform simultaneous optimizations with speedup to 10,000 times. This versatile approach can be coupled to recent innovations in complex surface microfabrication techniques to offer a transformative approach to surface design. The scientists first simulated the liquid vapor interface advancing and receding along a single row of surface structures to obtain their respective contact angles and contact angle hysteresis (CAH, i.e., the difference between advancing and receding contact angles). They arranged the variable dimensions in a square array and observed the hysteresis to be identical for both reentrant and doubly reentrant geometries (geometries with very low liquid-solid contact fraction). Using the simulation, the scientists observed four dominant receding mechanisms to describe and model them in the present work. Thereafter, using the new models Panter et al. qualitatively tested the receding models proposed in previous studies to verify their accuracy. They analyzed the energetic changes to obtain the angle at which receding became energetically favorable to form the optimal receding angle. Unlike simulations of CAH, the second parameter of interest on critical pressure was sensitive to the reentrant or double reentrant surface geometry. The scientists observed three failure mechanisms in the critical pressure study and quantified them as a function of the structural parameters. When they compared quantification in the present work with simulation data, they detected prevailing and widely used critical pressure models introduced in previous studies to be considerably oversimplified. For instance, poor description of the liquid-vapor interface morphology prompted manufactured structures to be many times smaller and mechanically weaker than necessary. By developing a more sophisticated model in the present work, Panter et al. achieved both quantitative accuracy of the critical pressures and successfully modeled the desired complex interfacial morphologies. More information: J. R. Panter et al. Multifaceted design optimization for superomniphobic surfaces, Science Advances (2019). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 Arun K Kota et al. The design and applications of superomniphobic surfaces, NPG Asia Materials (2014). DOI: 10.1038/am.2014.34A. Tuteja et al. Robust omniphobic surfaces, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2008). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0804872105 A. Tuteja et al. Designing Superoleophobic Surfaces, Science (2007). DOI: 10.1126/science.1148326 , Science Demonstrating a failure mechanism identified in the study, video shows the base contact (BC) mechanism for a doubly reentrant geometry at θ° = 60°. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aav7328 © 2019 Science X Network Citation: Multifaceted design optimization for superomniphobic surfaces (2019, June 28) retrieved 18 August 2019 from This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. 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first_imgKolkata: Taking a tough stand against infighting, the Trinamool Congress on Tuesday removed the chairman and vice-chairman of North Dum Dum municipality and announced the names of Subodh Chakraborty as chairman and Lopamudra Dutta Chowdhury as vice-chairman of the civic body.The decision was taken after a high-level meeting at the chamber of state Food minister Jyotipriya Mallick who also happens to be the TMC president of the North 24-Parganas. Senior Trinamool Congress leaders like Saugata Roy, Chandrima Bhattacharjee, Nirmal Ghosh and most importantly 25 councillors of the municipality were also present in the meeting. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”We have removed the chairman and vice-chairman and have appointed new ones after we reached a consensus in the meeting. The parliamentary party of the municipality will hold a meeting every 15 days to keep a stock of the progress of work and at the same time a monitoring committee that has been formed will also hold meetings in presence of senior leaders to keep an eye on the functioning ” Mallick said.It may be mentioned that factional feuds within the TMC had reached its pinnacle in North Dum Dum on May 24 when the vice-chairman of the TMC-run North Dum Dum municipality was assaulted at his office by two contractors allegedly close to chairman Kalyan Kar. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe ruckus inside spilled on to the streets as vice-chairman Nazimul Haq’s supporters blocked roads and railway tracks and damaged police vehicles, bringing traffic in Birati-Nimta area to a halt. Even MP Saugata Roy was mobbed by the protesters when he reached the spot to pacify the crowd.The party had formed a committee under the leadership of Roy to address the issue of internal infighting. The committee had recommended the removal of both the chairman and the vice-chairman for such action which they felt was not commensurate with the party line. The recommendation was ratified in Tuesday’s meeting.last_img read more

first_imgView this post on Instagram🍎 🍏A post shared by Elaine (@iwaslikemmkay) on May 18, 2019 at 12:13am PDT Apple invited Lady Gaga to perform on May 17 at its new Apple Stage at Apple Park.Image: AFP/Getty ImagesBy Raymond Wong2019-05-18 19:23:14 UTC Did you catch the Lady Gaga concert that took place on May 17?Unless you work out of Apple Park, the tech giant’s massive spaceship-shaped headquarters in Cupertino, you probably didn’t attend.The singer and actress performed a special private concert for Apple employees on Friday to help formally open the campus as well as pay tribute to Steve Jobs, according MacRumors. The concert took place on a Jony Ive-designed stage, decked with a rainbow arch, inside of Apple Park’s ring.According to AppleWeb (via Cult of Mac), the tech giant’s own intranet, the “Apple Stage” as it’s called, the platform and rainbow structure are made of some 25,000 parts, including an aluminum frame (because of course it is), and is designed to for quick assembly and deconstruction.For the stage’s first event, Apple decked out various parts of the campus with rainbow-colored decorations as a throwback to the company multi-colored logo back in the early days.As seen on social media, some stairways got the rainbow treatment:And Apple had rainbow-colored coffee cups:Employees also received these stylish retro Apple logo pins, thanking them for being a part of the company:center_img But, of course, the real star was Lady Gaga. She performed several of her hit songs including “Shallow,” “Poker Face,” and “Born This Way.”If nothing else, she made one valid point: The iPod got smaller and smaller, but why is the iPhone getting bigger?“What I would love is for it to be like surgically implanted into my hand,” Gaga said.Oh, and she wants an emoji that means “be kind”:Jokes! Gaga’s got ’em.last_img read more

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first_imgThe Selection Committee of the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics today announced a $3 million Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics shared between theorists Sergio Ferrara (CERN), Daniel Z. Freedman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University), and Peter van Nieuwenhuizen (Stony Brook University). The three are being honored for “the invention of supergravity, in which quantum variables are part of the description of the geometry of spacetime.The new laureates will be recognized at the 2020 Breakthrough Prize ceremony at NASA’s Hangar 1 on Sunday, November 3, 2019, where the winners of the annual Fundamental Physics prize will also be honored, along with the winners of the Breakthrough Prizes in Life Sciences and Mathematics.Edward Witten, the chair of the Selection Committee, said, “The discovery of supergravity was the beginning of including quantum variables in describing the dynamics of spacetime. It is quite striking that Einstein’s equations admit the generalization that we know as supergravity.”“When we think of the great works of the human imagination, we often mean art, music, and literature,” said Yuri Milner, one of the founders of the Breakthrough Prize. “But some of the most profound and beautiful creations are those of scientists. Supergravity has inspired physicists for decades and may contain deep truths about the nature of reality.”SupergravityFerrara, Freedman and van Nieuwenhuizen are the architects of supergravity, a highly influential 1976 theory that successfully integrated the force of gravity into a particular kind of quantum field theory (a theory that describes the fundamental particles and forces of nature in terms of fields embodying the laws of quantum mechanics).The 1960s and early ’70s saw the construction of the Standard Model, a quantum field theory that still remains the most precisely verified theory in physics, and whose achievements include the prediction of the Higgs boson. However, it was clear that the Standard Model was not complete. In particular, it described only three of the forces of nature: it left out gravity, which was the domain of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. It also retained some major puzzles, including masses of particles that were many orders of magnitude below their expected values, and the lack of any particle that could explain dark matter, the invisible substance that pervades the Universe.Then in 1973, physicists developed a principle, “supersymmetry,” which extended the Standard Model to include a new family of particles. Supersymmetry postulated that each of the known particles had an unseen “partner:” the fermions (such as electrons and quarks, which make up matter) had bosons (force-carrying particles) as partners; while the bosons (such as photons of light) had corresponding fermions. Though the existence of these “super-bosons” and “super-fermions” is yet to be confirmed experimentally, supersymmetry is an attractive idea because of its explanatory power. It relates the characteristics of fermions and bosons as manifestations of an underlying symmetry —much as different shapes might represent a single object reflected in a mirror. And it offers solutions to some of those perplexing puzzles in the Standard Model, including a mechanism explaining the tiny particle masses, and a natural candidate for dark matter, which — like the hypothesized super-bosons — is massive but invisible.But for supersymmetry to describe the phenomena we do see around us — like apples falling to Earth — it would have to be extended to include gravity. This was the task that Ferrara, Freedman and van Nieuwenhuizen set their minds to. Beginning with discussions between Ferrara and Freedman at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris in 1975, continuing via collaboration with van Nieuwenhuizen at Stony BrookUniversity, and culminating in a laborious series of calculations on a state-of-the-art computer, they succeeded in constructing a supersymmetric theory that included “gravitinos” — a super-fermion partner to the graviton, the gravity-carrying boson. This theory, supergravity, was not an alternative theory of gravity to general relativity, but a supersymmetric version of it: the algebra they used in the theory included variables representing part of the geometry of spacetime — geometry which in Einstein’s theory constitutes gravity.A Deeply Influential TheoryIn the four decades since its development, supergravity has had a powerful influence on theoretical physics. It showed that supersymmetry was capable of accounting for all the phenomena we see in the real world, including gravity. It represented a completion of the current understanding of particle physics — a rigorous mathematical answer to the question, “What theories of nature are compatible with the principles of both quantum mechanics and special relativity?” And it provided a foundation for the attempt — still ongoing — to build a full theory of quantum gravity that describes space and time at a fundamental level.In 1981, Edward Witten showed that the theory can be used to give a rather simple proof of what had been an extremely complicated theorem in general relativity. Soon after that, supergravity was integrated into string theory — which is actually equivalent to supergravity when describing low-energy interactions — and it was a crucial ingredient in the 1984 proof by Michael Green and John Schwarz that put superstring theory on a stable mathematical footing. Supergravity also played an important role in work by Cumrun Vafa and Andrew Strominger on quantum black holes, and later in the development by Juan Maldacena and others of “holographic” theories of gravity.Ferrara works at CERN. He is an INFN associate and a member of the Bhaumik Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of California, Los Angeles. He lives in Geneva with his wife Rosanna.Freedman is a visiting professor at Stanford University and lives in Palo Alto, California, with his wife Miriam.Van Nieuwenhuizen is a Distinguished Professor of Physics at Stony Brook University and lives in Stony Brook, New York, with his wife Marie de Crombrugghe.Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental PhysicsA Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics can be awarded by the Selection Committee at any time, and in addition to the regular Breakthrough Prize awarded through the ordinary annual nomination process. Unlike the annual Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, the Special Prize is not limited to recent discoveries.This is the fifth Special Prize awarded: previous winners are Stephen Hawking, seven CERN scientists whose leadership led to the discovery of the Higgs boson, the entire LIGO collaboration that detected gravitational waves, and, last year, Jocelyn Bell Burnell for her discovery of pulsars.The Selection Committee for the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics includes: Nima Arkani-Hamed, Charles Bennett, Joceyln Bell Burnell, Lyn Evans, Michael B. Green, Alan Guth, Joseph Incandela, Charles Kane, Alexei Kitaev, Maxim Kontsevich, Andrei Linde, Arthur McDonald, Eugene Mele, Juan Maldacena, Lyman Page, Saul Perlmutter, Alexander Polyakov, Adam Riess, John H. Schwarz, Nathan Seiberg, Ashoke Sen, David Spergel, Andrew Strominger, Kip Thorne, Cumrun Vafa, Yifang Wang, Rainer Weiss and Edward Witten.Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental PhysicsThe Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics recognizes individuals who have made profound contributions to human knowledge. It is open to all physicists — theoretical, mathematical and experimental — working on the deepest mysteries of the Universe. The prize can be shared among any number of scientists.2019 Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental PhysicsSergio FerraraCERNDaniel Z. FreedmanMassachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford UniversityPeter van NieuwenhuizenStony Brook UniversityFor the invention of supergravity, in which quantum variables are part of the description of the geometry of spacetime.Breakthrough PrizeFor the seventh year and renown as the “Oscars of Science,” the Breakthrough Prize will recognize the world’s top scientists. Each prize is $3 million and presented in the fields of Life Sciences (up to four per year), Fundamental Physics (one per year) and Mathematics (one per year). In addition, up to three New Horizons in Physics and up to three New Horizons in Mathematics Prizes are given out to junior researchers each year. Laureates attend a live televised award ceremony designed to celebrate their achievements and inspire the next generation of scientists. As part of the ceremony schedule, they also engage in a program of lectures and discussions.The Breakthrough Prizes are sponsored by Sergey Brin, Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg, Ma Huateng, Yuri and Julia Milner, and Anne Wojcicki. Selection Committees composed of previous Breakthrough Prize laureates in each field choose the winners.Information on Breakthrough Prize is available at read more

first_imgJuly 31 , 2019 Brazilian table grape exports soar in H1 as other … Chilean clementine season sees greater volumes of … A decades-long journey to produce delicious, commercially successful, new varieties of custard apples is inching closer to completion, ABC News reports.According to the publication, custard apples – also known as sugar-apples and sweetsop – have a very tropical flavor with a rich creamy taste.While they are native to the tropical Americas and West Indies, Australia is forging the category’s commercial future with the world’s largest breeding program.Scientist Grant Bignell and field operations manager Dave Bruun are the brains behind one such program at the Queensland’s Maroochy Research Station. As part of the 25-year-long job, they said they’ve taste-tested thousands of weird and wonderful fruits from orchard trials.As for their harvests, the partnership says they come in a dizzying array of shapes, colors and sizes; some completely impractical for transport.”It’s sometimes the luck of the draw when you’re in the breeding project,” Bignell commented.Red-skinned custard apple variety viewed as “The Holy Grail”Since the trials began a quarter of a century ago, the researchers have released just one new commercial variety – Maroochy Gold.It thrived on farms in the Glass House Mountains and Atherton Tablelands; however, it did not perform well in northern New South Wales. NZ: Zespri moves into new headquarters … “It seems to be the search for the Holy Grail that everyone wants the perfect red one.”center_img Bignell added: “People’s eyes light up when they see the red custard apple, it definitely has potential for the Asian markets for sure.”Australia produced around 830,000 kilograms of custard apples last year, Jackson commented.This year’s crop is expected to set a record, thanks to new farmers entering the industry.Read the full story here U.S.: Northwest pear crop forecasts rises amid lar … You might also be interested in Breeders expect it will take another two to three years to release three new green-skinned varieties, the publication reported.Meanwhile, a red-skinned fruit is now being tested on a small scale on farms.”It’s been a long process for the industry,” Custard Apples Australia president Daniel Jackson said.Yet he’s hopeful that a red-skinned variety would perform very well with consumers.last_img read more


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