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Jessamine Chan’s gripping debut novel explores modern parenthood

January 15, 2022 The school of good mothers. By Jessamine Chan. Simon & Schuster; 336 pages; $27. To be published in Great Britain by Hutchinson Heinemann in March; £12.99 ALL PARENTS make mistakes, especially when harassed or exhausted. Jessamine Chan’s haunting debut novel is set from one of them. Sleep …

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Study: Ohio White-tailed Deer “Frequently Infected” with Novel Coronavirus | PA

COLUMBUS, Ohio – White-tailed deer are “very susceptible” to infection with the novel coronavirus, according to a study published in December in the journal Nature. More than a third of the 360 ​​deer swabbed in nine locations in northeastern Ohio between January and March 2021 were found to be infected …

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Study finds new way to understand why debilitating conditions occur in cancer patients

Severe and persistent disability often compromises the vital benefits of cancer treatment. Pain and fatigue -; as well as sensory, motor and cognitive disorders -; are the main among the constellation of side effects that occur with platinum-based agents widely used in chemotherapy treatments around the world. A new study …

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Scientists develop new strategy for sustainable sodium and potassium batteries

Scientists were amazed at the performance of long-lasting batteries with far-reaching implications for vehicles and electrical devices. Bristol researchers have developed high performance sodium and potassium ion batteries using cellulose from sustainable sources. Scientists at the Bristol Composites Institute have developed a novel controllable unidirectional gelation strategy that can tailor …

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Thrity Umrigar’s latest novel reveals meaning of honor

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Thrity Umrigar’s latest novel revolves around the concept of “honor.” This is where the book gets its name, and it is also the force around which the plot of the book lies. “Honor” arrived on Tuesday, January 4, immediately drawing the world’s attention for its powerful story …

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The 10 best novels, ranked according to Goodreads

Marvel is of course famous for adapting their incredible roster of comic book characters to the page, but far fewer fans are choosing the licensed novels. There are wonderful stories to be told in prose and Good reading actually ranked them based on audience score, reviews, and the impact of …

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Publication in Bengali of the popular Assamese novel “Ashimot Jar Heral Seema”

The launch of two Bengali translation books of famous Assamese novels has made a rich contribution to Assamese and Bengali literature. This was highlighted in the book release feature of two Bengali translation books ‘Ashime Jaar Haralo Seema’ and ‘1962’ hosted by Dr Anamika Ray Memorial Trust (ARMT) at Assam …

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The novelist who saw Central America as it really was

Is Babbitt a comic character? A tragic character? Just a running figure of what Lewis’ friend and mentor HL Mencken called “boobish”? The triumph of “Babbitt” is that we cannot confidently answer this question. The name Babbitt entered the language – a “Babbitt” was a ridiculous conformist living in a …

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NEWS: Arifureta Zero Spinoff novel ends, main story climaxes – Forum

See previous topic :: See next topic Author Message TarsTarkas Registration: 20 Dec. 2007Messages: 5156Location: Virginia, United States Posted: Wed Dec 29, 2019 2021 4:35 p.m. Quote: Arifureta – From the mundane to the strongest in the world I wonder when the next volume in English will be released or …

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From Marvel graphic novels to the powerful ‘Razorblade Tears’ crime story, these are the best books of 2021 – YP

With Hong Kong quiet for much of 2021 due to the pandemic, we’ve all had a little extra time to stay home and read. There have been a ton of awesome new releases this year – here are a few of our favorites. Police are investigating the disappearance of Joy …

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What does David Tennant do in this inconsistent, cheap version of such a thrilling novel?

Around the world in 80 days has one of the great openings of Victorian literature. It’s 1872 and men are sitting around the Reform Club in London, bored and stuffed with bad food. The air is charged with the scent of empire, but we are aware of the possibilities of …

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What Writing My Novel Taught Me About Being a Lawyer | Rachel Goldenberg

” style =”margin: 5px 15px 0 0px; border: 1px solid # 999; width: 150px;”/> Rachel Goldenberg It all started after I wrote an article for The Lawyer Daily. I had already written a few legal articles for publication, providing commentary on interesting case law and current developments. But one day …

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Adagene achieves key milestone in collaboration with Exelixis for new SAFEbody® masked antibody-drug conjugate candidates

– Successful nomination of key SAFEbody candidates triggers milestone payment – SAN DIEGO and SUZHOU, China, December 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Adagene Inc. (“Adagene”) (NASDAQ: ADAG), a biopharmaceutical company committed to transforming the discovery and development of novel antibody-based immunotherapies, today announced the achievement of a key milestone in …

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Design of a new propulsion system for an unmanned biomimetic underwater vehicle

A team of researchers in Poland has developed a new energy-saving propulsion system design for an unmanned biomimetic underwater vehicle (BUUV). Published in the journal Energies, the team details its research on the innovative design of the propulsion system. To study: Innovative energy-saving propulsion system for low-speed biomimetic underwater vehicles. …

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Deb Aronson | A novel to help young readers overcome grief | Books

One of the reasons I found Joanne Levy’s ‘Sorry for Your Loss’ such a compelling read is that it speaks candidly about the loss and grief it feels when someone we love dies. . This is the first mid-level book I’ve read that talks so explicitly about things like how …

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Video: Davidow talks to Manchester about his latest novel and Jewish history

Author and lawyer Michael Davidow is pictured speaking at Temple Israel in Manchester. BEVERLY STODDART Video By BEVERLY STODDART, The Life of an NH Writer Michael Davidow, known for his series of books, The Henry Bell Trilogy, gave us a new book, The hunter of Talyashevka and spoke about it …

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Richard Bisson’s All-New “The Merging” is a Captivating Fiction Novel About the Last Viking Warriors and the Life They Found in the New World | News

MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania., December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “The Merging”: A fascinating fictional tale with a historical basis. “The Merging” is the creation of the published author Richard Bisson, a retired dentist who practiced Connecticut for forty-two years in general dentistry. He also has a passion for researching family …

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Meg Elison’s novel “Find Layla” appears in Persian

TEHRAN – American novelist Meg Elison’s book “Find Layla” has been published in Persian. Hadi Amin translated the novel published by Chatrang. The chaotic coming of age of a neglected girl becomes a trending new hashtag in a novel about growing up and escaping from an award-winning author. Deprived and …

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Jam Morris’ farewell thoughts and a super imaginative novel

AllegorizationBy Jan MorrisFaber, £ 14.99When Jan Morris passed away at the age of 94 in November 2020, a single voice fell silent, but her post-publication life continued as she left behind a posthumous book. A year later, Allegorizings, an anthology of short twilight essays, revisits his belief that many things …

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New AI-powered system models chronic disease progression as patients age

Using artificial intelligence, a team of researchers at the University of Buffalo developed a new system that models the progression of chronic disease as patients age. Published in October in the Journal of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, the model assesses metabolic and cardiovascular biomarkers – measurable biological processes such as cholesterol …

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Louise Dean on how to write a novel

Anne Hathaway as Jane Austen in “Becoming Jane”. Blueprint / Scotland / Kobal / Shutterstock “There is this idea that you can only write a novel alone and in difficulty”, explains Louise Dean. “It doesn’t have to be like that.” Dean should know. The best-selling novelist is not only the …

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People: a resident of Longview releases her first novel | Lifestyles

Longview resident Dawn ship recently published his first novel, “Kingdom Lost”. The novel is the first book in the Lost Stone of Argonia series. “Kingdom Lost,” published by Elk Lake Publishing in Plymouth, Massachusetts, is a fantasy novel written for young adult / teen readers. “I have loved fantasy ever …

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WATCH THE NEWS: BOOM! Studios Reveals New Look at Sabaa Tahir’s AN EMBER IN THE ASHES Graphic Novel

BOOM! Workshops today unveiled a fresh take on A SPARK IN THE FORGE: A BREAK IN THE ASHES ROMAN GRAPHIQUE, an official prequel to the New York Times bestselling novel series from designer Sabaa Tahir, writer Nicole Andelfinger (Power rangers Universe), artist Sonia Liao (The Curie company), colourist Kieran Quigley …

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New combinations as first-line therapy for mRCC

Chung-Han Lee, MD, PhD: Welcome to this Targeted oncologyâ„¢ Investigator’s Perspectives program. I am Dr Chung-Han Lee from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center [in New York, New York]. Here I have Kiran with me. Would you like to introduce yourself? Kiran Kehoe, RN aut., BSN, CCRN: Thank you. My name …

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For many Asian Americans, graphic novels are a way to explore history, to fight racism.

In “The Legend of Aunt Po,” Shing Yin Khor uses watercolors and folklore to bring to life a late 19th-century Sierra Nevada logging camp, where some of the country’s first Chinese immigrants lived and worked. Centered on the 13-year-old daughter of a Chinese cook, Khor’s mid-level graphic novel, this year’s …

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How a sci-fi novel written in Scotland could help people explore real science and the cosmos

These words are instantly recognizable to most people as the opening setting for the hit Star Wars movie series. And hardly anyone has heard of Captain Kirk, Ripley or Hal the computer Register now to our daily newsletter Newsletter cut through the noise The popularity of science fiction films and …

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Bishop’s Stortford author recreates the horrors of the Holocaust for his second novel

A fleeting encounter with a Holocaust survivor inspired the second novel by Bishop’s Stortford author Chrissy Smith, The Guardian. The married mother of three has spent two and a half years researching and writing history with an unlikely hero at her heart. Like his first book, The Pilgrim’s Rest, it …

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Small and Penobscot Books Launch New Novel | Castine Patriote

Topical feature CastineOnline Exclusive, November 24, 2021Small and Penobscot Books launch new novel by Rosemary Wyman At the Wilson Museum’s Hutchins Education Center on November 18, Castine author Don Small made his debut with Margaret — A Novel, recently published by Penobscot Books. Small detailed the story of the novel’s …

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‘Wheel of Time’ Series Brings Beloved Robert Jordan Fantasy Novels to Amazon Prime – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

If you are a fan of “Lord of the Rings” and “Game of Thrones”, you are in luck. That’s because there’s a fantastic new TV show called “The Wheel of Time”. It’s based on a new series of the same name and is available to stream on Amazon Prime, but …

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Graphic novel tells the story of “Golden Voice”

Recently, Ros Saboeun – sister of Cambodian singer Ros Serey Sothea, nicknamed “The Golden Voice” in the 1960s – celebrated what would have been the singer’s 74th birthday at the stupa dedicated to her and other Khmer victims. red wines located in Phnom Srouch. district of Kampong Speu province. Coincidentally …

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TKO, New Regency Develops Television Projects From Graphic Novel IP Library

| TKO Studios, the independent publisher of a number of eclectic titles, has signed a development agreement with New Regency to develop its graphic novels into film and television projects. Under the terms of the agreement, New Regency will have the right to exclusively develop television projects from TKO Studios’ …

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Penguin to publish next novel by writer Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan

Penguin Random House India (PRHI) announced on Thursday the acquisition of contemporary writer Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan’s new work of fiction, “ Soft Animal, ” a novel about a modern Indian marriage against the backdrop of the first lockdown brought about by pandemic in 2020. “ Soft Animal, ” due out …

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Rosy closes $ 2 million funding round for new developments

DALLAS, Nov. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Rosy Wellness, the sex-life-changing app for women across the country, today announced it has raised an additional $ 2 million in seed funding. Designed and supported by doctors and psychologists, the first evidence-based platform gives women revolutionary access to information and interventions to …

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Pneumagen Launches Phase 1 Trial of Neumifil, a New Intranasal Pannasal Antiviral Therapy for the Prophylaxis and Treatment of Viral Respiratory Infections

ST ANDREWS, Scotland, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Pneumagen, a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing Neumifil, a universal intranasal drug for the prophylaxis and treatment of viral respiratory infections (RTIs), announces the start of a Phase 1 study evaluating the safety and tolerability of multiple increasing doses of Neumifil …

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“American Comics” magazine: panels, comics and graphic novels

In 1976, Marvel Comics released “Howard the Duck”, featuring a coarse-billed alien stranded on earth among “talking hairless apes.” Sadly, Steve Gerber’s metafictional and existentialist play was widely dismissed as a “funny animal” comic book by those who equated the comic with a subliterary escape. The medium itself has long …

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There is nothing new about anti-feminism

Photo: Ken Cedeno / AFP via Getty Images Josh Hawley, a Republican senator from Missouri, worries about men. “The left wants to define traditional masculinity as toxic,” he warned attendees at this year’s National Conference on Conservatism. “They want to define traditional male virtues – things like courage, independence and …

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New treatment strategy could lead to cure from HIV

Armed with a new strategy they developed to boost the body’s immune response, scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine were able to suppress HIV infections in mice, providing a path to a working cure for HIV and other chronic viral infections. Their findings were published in the Clinical …

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Dybbuk possesses 19th-century Jewish immigrant in novel

The Beautiful City by Aden Polydoros; Toronto: Inkyard Press © 2021; ISBN 9781335-402509; 462 pages plus author’s note and glossary; $ 19.99. By Donald H. Harrison Donald H. Harrison SAN DIEGO – This young adult novel is set in Chicago around the time of the 1893 World’s Fair, when immigration …

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Mursla obtains patent for new nanoelectronic detection system for exosomes

Unique technology harnesses the promising diagnostic power of exosomes and demonstrates potential application for the detection of many diseases, including cancer CAMBRIDGE, England, October 20, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Mursla, a liquid biopsy company, is delighted to announce that it has been granted patent GB 2583550B for its new sensitive …

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Author of a bestselling detective novel at the age of 11

The novel by Joshua Bejoy, a Malayali boy from Pune, currently tops Amazon’s Kindle edition in the United States and Canada At the age of 11, Joshua Bejoy wrote a best-selling crime thriller on the Amazon Kindle Store in the Crime & Thriller for Children category. Murder at the Leaky …

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New technology for dry eye, causes of macular degeneration and more

Highlight the latest ophthalmology related news reported in MJH Life Sciences â„¢. Highlight the latest ophthalmology related news reported in MJH Life Sciencesâ„¢. New Technology May Improve Outcomes in Dry Eye Patients Although dry eye disease (DED) is known to affect up to 50% of the American population, no studies …

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Great Expectations is a new idea for the Knicks

NYSportsdaywire Two years ago, the Knicks ended the shortened pandemic season with a 21-45 record. Last season, the hiring of a defensive-minded head coach in the person of Tom Thibodeau, combined with the emergence of Julius Randle as a top player and the continued development of RJ Barrett, the Knicks …

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novel based on Wilkes draws lessons from the past | New

A new historical fiction novel, due out this month, takes readers on a quest for justice in Wilkes County after reconstruction. Retired lawyer Michael A. Almond’s first novel, “The Tannery, is a legal thriller set over a three-month period in 1900. It is about a mixed race boy named Virgil …

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Tannahill’s new novel is buzzing with energy

Earlier this year, residents of Sturgeon County in Alberta began to hear a strange noise. Described as a wave, the annoying sound kept locals awake and prompted some to seek its source. They discovered a newly erected cryptocurrency operation, located at the site of an abandoned natural gas well. When …

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New approach to 3D image segmentation

image: Position of the temporomandibular joint. The temporal bone and mandible (lower jaw) are surrounded by blue and green, respectively. seen Following Credit: Oleg Rogov / Skoltech Skoltech researchers led by Professor Dylov and their colleagues at First Pavlov State Medical University in St. Petersburg, Russia, have developed a whole …

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Author publishes detective novel – South Philly Review

(Courtesy of @ Mason’sPhilly on Instagram) A new fictional novel detailing the exploits of a local detective is due out early next month. Title Mason’s Philly: Discreet Denial, the book follows Mason Hall, a private investigator in Philadelphia in 1998, as he navigates the city’s criminal underworld while trying to …

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New medieval detective novel challenges patriarchal norms

MEETEETSE, Wyo., September 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Located in 15e century Britain, Morningstar: The Mystery of the Secret Letters (on Amazon), is a fascinating medieval mystery centered around the search for fiery teenager Kirsti in search of her missing father, and her daughter’s promise to deliver secret documents …

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How visual novels could shape the future of storytelling

Visual novels have been around for a long time, but their popularity is growing as more gamers look for ways to support independent developers. At Game Developers of Color Expo 2021, Kai Little-White, writer and storyteller, gave an inspiring talk titled “Hacking Barriers to Diversity with Visual Novels and Speculative …

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Ambys Medicines Announces Presentation on New Liver Cell Therapy Platform for Severe Liver Disease and Opening of its cGMP Cell Therapy Manufacturing Plant

Data presented at IXA-CTRMS-2021 demonstrates that Ambys’ first-of-its-kind bioreactor manufacturing platform enables unprecedented large-scale expansion of high-quality primary human hepatocytes 52,000 square foot cGMP manufacturing facility to support industrialization and clinical scale-up of Ambys new bioreactor platform to produce mature and fully functional human hepatocytes Ambys’ technology aims to deliver …

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Springfield’s Hungry Hill stages novel about life after loss

As a novelist, Eileen Patricia Curran draws inspiration from settings and characters that are familiar to her, so for her first novel, that meant the Hungry Hill section of Springfield. Entitled “Hungry Hill”, the book revolves around Grace Cavanaugh, a young widow whose husband, Michael, died suddenly the previous year. …

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Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel comes to life

An adaptation of “Sandman” has been in development for 25 years, so it’s amazing to finally see the characters in Gaiman’s incredible story come to life. The Netflix series will adapt the stories from the first two graphic novels of “The Sandman:”, “Preludes and Nocturnes” and “The Doll’s House”. Gaiman …

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4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls – a visual novel in development by an autistic woman for autism awareness

CAPITALE-NATIONALE, QUEBEC, CANADA, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls – a visual novel in development by an autistic woman for autism awareness. Mia Blais-Côté, an autistic Quebecer from Sept-ÃŽles, is currently developing a semi-linear visual novel featuring an autistic teenager, Alice Lorange, for autism awareness, while …

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Father and son take over the world in Richard Powers’ new novel

Sep 25, 2021 Perplexity. By Richard Powers. WW Norton & Company; 288 pages; $ 27.95. Guillaume Heinemann; £ 18.99 AN EPIC ECOLOGICAL On deforestation, “The Overstory” helped Richard Powers reach a wider readership when he won a Pulitzer in 2019. His new novel, shortlisted for this year’s Booker Prize, may …

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New virus targeting deadly brain tumors shows early promise

A new virus designed to target malignant gliomas, which are particularly aggressive brain tumors, could prolong survival, according to a recent Phase 1 study. The results, published on June 29 in The Lancet Oncology, show great promise in targeting malignant gliomas, which have been notoriously difficult to treat. Only 1 …

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Seneca Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Launch of New Anticancer Gene Delivery Platform Based on SVV-001 Technology

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Seneca Therapeutics, Inc. (“STI”), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of targeted oncolytic immunotherapies for cancer based on the Seneca Valley virus (SVV-001), today announced the launch of a new cancer gene Delivery platform based on SVV-001 technology. STI calls these new …

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Researchers use makeup to evade facial recognition via new black box attack

Researchers from Israel’s Ben-Gurion University in the Negev have found a way to thwart facial recognition cameras using certain software-generated models and natural makeup techniques, with a success rate of 98%, Vice reports. For the study “Dodge Attacks Using Carefully Designed Natural Makeup,” the five-person team used YouCam Makeup, a …

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Brian Laundrie seen reading a novel about missing women

Internet detectives claim Gabby Petito’s boyfriend Brian Laundrie is seen reading a book about missing women in a video uploaded to the couple’s Youtube travel channel. Laundrie, who has been named a person of interest in the case, is briefly shown reading what appears to be Jeff VanderMeer’s “Annihilation,” a …

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Honey I Joined a Cult is a new take on a tried and true genre

The kind of business simulation has been around for years. Players have built and maintained their own hospitals, built outrageous roller coasters, and made sure their theme parks remain as vomit-free as possible. They have developed sprawling metropolises and even pushed their management skills to the ends of space. So …

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A local author writes his third novel in his series

Rony kessler In a resident of Franklin Square, Rony Kessler’s latest novel, ‘The mystery of the Bedouin girl, ‘the main character, Rachel Glick is back to help a friend in need. This is the third book in the series for the heroine, which featured in previous Kessler novels, “The Professor …

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Boom Studios graphic novel Eight Days review

Eighty Days by Boom Studios is a formidable graphic novel that tackles the topics of war, oppression and loyalty through a flourishing queer romance. As LGBTQ + representation continues to be a talking point in the comic book industry, BOOM! Studios reinforces its commitment to progressive storytelling with the release …

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Everything might not end too well in Mona Awad’s new novel

All’s Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare is rarely staged. A so called “problem game” that explores questions of morality, its ambiguous tone, unpleasant characters and confusing ending made it unpopular. The Bottom Line: Orphan Helen, a “poor illiterate virgin”, is desperately in love with noble Bertram, who is …

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Love fiction prize withdrawn for veteran novel

by: HILLEL ITALIE, Associated Press Posted: Aug 6, 2021 / 3:33 PM CDT / Updated: Aug 6, 2021 / 3:33 PM CDT NEW YORK (AP) – The Romance Writers of America has withdrawn an award for a widely criticized novel for its sympathetic portrayal of a cavalry officer who participated …

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A novel with a certain “credibility” | News, Sports, Jobs

My favorite classes at the Arizona elementary school I attended taught the culture and traditions of the Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo tribes. Later, during college in Louisiana, (before “Google” became a verb), I absorbed all the facts and myths about the Aztec and Inca empires and the Spanish conquistadors. “Aztec …

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