Author: Leokadia Głogulska

A Night Under the Stars with Expert Astronomer Derek Wallentinsen

Embark on an astronomical adventure at El Malpais National Monument in Grants, New Mexico. An evening dedicated to the wonders of the universe will unfold on April 19, 2024, complete with expert insights and celestial observations. The event kicks off from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, where stargazers and science enthusiasts will gather at the…
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Reforestation Efforts Cool Down Eastern U.S. Amidst Global Warming

As the world grappled with the relentless march of global warming throughout the 20th century, an unexpected twist of nature’s tale unfolded in the eastern stretches of the United States. A comprehensive study has revealed a remarkable phenomenon: this region surprisingly dodged the brunt of rising temperatures, and researchers have now found that the renaissance…
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Innovative Space Mission to Simulate Solar Eclipse

Embarking on an unprecedented journey into the cosmos, the European Space Agency (ESA) is gearing up for a mission that feels like it’s straight from a science fiction novel. In a remarkable effort to unlock the mysteries of solar weather, ESA’s Proba-3 project, slated for a September launch, is poised to create the first artificial…
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Belarus Intensifies Efforts for Energy Diversification and Self-Reliance

Belarus is actively engaged in enhancing its energy autonomy by reducing dependence on imported fuels, a move underscored by the Deputy Energy Minister, Olga Prudnikova, during a recent press briefing. This strategic shift dovetails with the nation’s emphasis on quality and reliability in its energy sector, aiming to ensure steady services without external disruptions. The…
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Robotics Pioneer Atlas Concludes Its Decade-Long Journey at Boston Dynamics

After impressive years of backflips, job site labor, and pushing the boundaries of what robots can do, Atlas, the advanced humanoid robot by Boston Dynamics, is set to retire. Showcased in a poignant video tribute, the famed robot, which became a symbol of technological possibility, has been shown the reverence of a seasoned athlete hanging…
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Exploring Non-Equilibrium Quantum States in Fermi Liquids

A recent collaborative study conducted by scientists from Germany’s Universität Leipzig and Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University has yielded new insights into the dynamic behavior of Fermi liquids in non-equilibrium conditions. Fermi liquids are commonly known for their predictable actions at the very low temperatures of absolute zero, making them a fundamental cornerstone for understanding quantum…
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SpaceX Achieves Another Milestone with Its Latest Starlink Mission

Today’s spaceflight agenda features yet another remarkable feat by SpaceX as they gear up to dispatch 23 more of their Starlink satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. This launch, emanating from the renowned NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, is earmarked for a late afternoon departure with a generous four-hour launch timeframe beginning at 5:26…
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Quark Expeditions Leads a Revolutionary Patagonian Adventure

Shattering the traditional confines of adventure travel, Quark Expeditions’ groundbreaking journey through Patagonia offered a level of access and immersion that previously seemed unattainable. The company’s latest feat, led by what is recognized as the polar industry’s most adept expedition team, has achieved raving acclaim for its trailblazing approach, blending technological innovation with deep respect…
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Innovative Catalysts from Industrial Waste: A Leap Towards Sustainable Hydrogen Production

In a significant stride toward a more sustainable hydrogen economy, researchers at the University of Nottingham have pioneered a technique that may substantially reduce the reliance on rare and costly metals for water electrolysis. The team of scientists from the School of Chemistry and Faculty of Engineering has ingeniously turned industrial residue into a high-potential…
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AI Chatbots Vulnerable to Manipulation Through Crafted Conversations

Researchers at Anthropic, an artificial intelligence firm, have highlighted a potential flaw in large language model (LLM) chatbots, like ChatGPT and Anthropic’s own Claude 3, where specific patterns of user prompts can lead them to produce unsafe content. This kind of exploitation is known as “repeated prompting,” taking advantage of the way LLMs learn from…
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