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AT&T is supposed to stop using “5G Evolution” in marketing

AT & T. Inc. will stop using the slogans “5G Evolution” and “5G Evolution, The First Step to 5G” in its marketing after an appeal to a self-regulatory group has been lost, but suggested continuing to use “5GE” icons on customers’ phones display. T-Mobile US Inc. had successfully contested the marketing of 5 & Evolution from AT & T with …

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Observe the evolution of a galaxy, from the Big Bang to today

To learn how galaxies change over time, scientists have created the most complex simulation of a galaxy called TNG50. The data from this simulation was used to create the above video, which shows the evolution of a massive galaxy from the beginning of the Universe to the present day. In the main window of the video denser gas is shown …

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Evolution can reconfigure gene networks to deal with environmental change

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers at the University of Birmingham have decoded the genetic mechanisms for adapting tiny water fleas to the increased phosphorus load in lakes. By mapping gene networks to the physiological responses of old and modern water fleas (Daphnia), researchers at the University's School of Biosciences have demonstrated a cluster of over 800 genes, many of which …

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The orbiter's radar picks up colorful moon images of impact craters and illuminates the evolution of the moon India News

NEW DELHI: The synthetic aperture radar aboard the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter, orbiting 100 km above the lunar surface, has captured colorful images of impact craters that measure the age and origin of the craters in the Moon-South Pole area This, in turn, will help to understand the evolution of the moon. Meanwhile, the US space agency Nasa has made it …

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New Understanding of the Evolution of Cosmic Electromagnetic Fields

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Next year, the discovery of electromagnetism by the Danish physicist H.C. Ørsted. Even 200 years after its discovery, the existence of electromagnetism still raises new puzzles regarding its origin. Such a puzzle is the origin of electromagnetic fields on the largest scale of the universe. While researchers have long assumed that magnetic fields of femto-Gaussian strength …

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"An Experiment of Nature" – Fossil fish gives new insights into evolution after a mass extinction

One of the three fossils of Lessiniabatis Aenigmatica (MNHN F.Bol.566) obtained from the famous fossil site of Monte Bolca (Italy) as part and counterpart. The copy is in the Museum National d & # 39; Histoire Naturelle of Paris. Photo credits: © Giuseppe Marramà An international team of researchers headed by Giuseppe Marramà from the Institute of Paleontology at the …

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Pokemon Sword & Shield Add A New Evolution For Another Old Pokemon

GameSpot may be a commission from retail offers. As teased, The Pokemon Company has revealed the identity of Pokemon Sword and Shied's mysterious, glitchy Pokemon. Farfetch'd called Sirfetch'd. As its name suggests, Sirfetch'd appears to be based on a knight, and it is exclusive to Pokemon Sword. The leek carries on as a Farfetch'd has turned into a lance and …

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Rare 10 million year old fossil opens new perspectives on human evolution

A 10 million year old fossil monkey has given scientists new insights into human evolution. The monkey skeleton known as Rudapithecus was originally discovered in Hungary. The conserved basin was studied by an international research team that found that human bipedalism – bipedal locomotion – could have deeper origins than previously thought. "Carol Ward, a curator who is a professor …

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