What we can learn from this Kenyan slum – Twin Cities

NAIROBI, Kenya — Here in the Kibera slum, life sometimes seems like a free-for-all. Residents steal electricity by connecting to overhead lines, children walk barefoot through sewage-filled alleyways, and people must sometimes dodge “flying toilets,” plastic bags that residents use as toilets and then dispose of by dumping them in one direction or another. However, …

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Screen-printing method can make wearable electronics less expensive – WSU Insider

VANCOUVER, Wash. The glowing, meandering structures that power wearable electronics can be created with the same technology used to print rock concert T-shirts, new research shows. The study, led by Washington State University researchers, demonstrates that the electrodes can be made using only screen printing, creating a durable, elastic circuit pattern that can be transferred …

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Human musculoskeletal function can be modelled through simulation

Credit: University of Eastern Finland Wearable sensors have been used to study human movement for a long time. However, it is still difficult to obtain detailed information about the internal forces in the body that affect movement. “For example, it is challenging to measure the forces that affect the bones, because the bones are inside …

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Kumail Nanjiani: Scorsese can hate Marvel all he wants, Eternals 2

Kumail Nanjiani is a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to his role as Kingo in “Eternals,” but that doesn’t mean he’s in an uproar over directors like Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino criticizing the ongoing film franchise. “Obviously I love movies that Tarantino or Scorsese makes,” Nanjiani recently told Esquire magazine. “And I …

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How can I play at Abu Dhabi Golf Club?

Abu Dhabi Golf Club was designed by Peter Harradine in 1998 and opened to the public in 2000. Set on 162 hectares, there are two courses on the site: The National, which is the traditional home of the DP World Tour’s HSBC Abu Dhabi Golf Championship (and, in 2023, the inaugural Hero Cup), and The …

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Down 40% in this bear market, can Walt Disney recover in 2023?

What happened Actions of walt disney (DIS 0.40%) are down 39.8% from the S&P 500 The market index peaked on January 3, 2022, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. Let’s see why the entertainment titan crashed so hard last year, and whether House of Mouse can bounce back from this painful price cut. …

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