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[date_timestamp] => 1649724319 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Neptune is cooler than we thought: Study reveals unexpected changes in atmospheric temperatures [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/healthandscience/neptune-is-cooler-than-we-thought-study-reveals-unexpected-changes-in-atmospheric-temperatures/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Tue, 12 Apr 2022 00:26:21 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceatmosphericcoolerNeptunerevealsStudytemperaturesUnexpected [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38749 [description] => Journal Reference: Michael T. Roman, Leigh N. Fletcher, Glenn S. Orton, Thomas K. Greathouse, Julianne I. Moses, Naomi Rowe-Gurney, Patrick G. J. Irwin, Arrate Antuñano, James Sinclair, Yasumasa Kasaba, Takuya Fujiyoshi, Imke de Pater, Heidi B. Hammel. Subseasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-infrared Emission. The Planetary Science Journal, 2022; 3 (4): 78 DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/ac5aa4 The study, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Michael T. Roman, Leigh N. Fletcher, Glenn S. Orton, Thomas K. Greathouse, Julianne I. Moses, Naomi Rowe-Gurney, Patrick G. J. Irwin, Arrate Antuñano, James Sinclair, Yasumasa Kasaba, Takuya Fujiyoshi, Imke de Pater, Heidi B. Hammel. Subseasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-infrared Emission. The Planetary Science Journal, 2022; 3 (4): 78 DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/ac5aa4

The study, published today (Monday) in Planetary Science Journal, used observations in thermal-infrared wavelengths beyond the visible light spectrum, effectively sensing heat emitted from the planet?s atmosphere.

An international team of researchers, including scientists from Leicester and NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), combined all existing thermal infrared images of Neptune gathered from multiple observatories over almost two decades. These include the European Southern Observatory?s Very Large Telescope and Gemini South telescope in Chile, together with the Subaru Telescope, Keck Telescope, and the Gemini North telescope, all in Hawai?i, and spectra from NASA?s Spitzer Space Telescope.

By analysing the data, the researchers were able to reveal a more complete picture of trends in Neptune?s temperatures than ever before.

But to the researchers? surprise, these collective datasets show a decline in Neptune?s thermal brightness since reliable thermal imaging began in 2003, indicating that globally-averaged temperatures in Neptune?s stratosphere ? the layer of the atmosphere just above its active weather layer ? have dropped by roughly 8 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit) between 2003 and 2018.

Dr Michael Roman, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Leicester and lead author on the paper, said:

?This change was unexpected. Since we have been observing Neptune during its early southern summer, we would expect temperatures to be slowly growing warmer, not colder.?

Neptune has an axial tilt, and so it experiences seasons, just like Earth. However, given its great distance from the Sun, Neptune takes over 165 years to complete an orbit around its host star, and so its seasons change slowly, lasting over 40 Earth-years each.

Dr Glenn Orton, Senior Research Scientist at JPL and co-author on the study, noted:

?Our data cover less than half of a Neptune season, so no one was expecting to see large and rapid changes.?

Yet, at Neptune?s south pole, the data reveal a different and surprisingly dramatic change. A combination of observations from Gemini North in 2019 and Subaru in 2020 reveal that Neptune?s polar stratosphere warmed by roughly 11?C (~20?F) between 2018 and 2020, reversing the previous globally-averaged cooling trend. Such polar warming has never been observed on Neptune before.

The cause of these unexpected stratospheric temperature changes is currently unknown, and the results challenge scientists? understanding of Neptune?s atmospheric variability.

Dr Roman continued:

?Temperature variations may be related to seasonal changes in Neptune?s atmospheric chemistry, which can alter how effectively the atmosphere cools.

?But random variability in weather patterns or even a response to the 11-year solar activity cycle may also have an effect.?

The 11-year solar cycle (marked by periodic variation in the Sun?s activity and sunspots) has been previously suggested to affect Neptune?s visible brightness, and the new study reveals a possible, but tentative, correlation between the solar activity, stratospheric temperatures, and the number of bright clouds seen on Neptune.

Follow-up observations of the temperature and cloud patterns are needed to further assess any possible connection in the years ahead.

Answers to these mysteries and more will come from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which is set to observe both ice giants, Uranus and Neptune, later this year.

Leigh Fletcher, Professor of Planetary Science at the University of Leicester, will lead such observations with allocated time of JWST?s suite of instruments. Professor Fletcher, also a co-author on this study, said:

?The exquisite sensitivity of the space telescope?s mid-infrared instrument, MIRI, will provide unprecedented new maps of the chemistry and temperatures in Neptune?s atmosphere, helping to better identify the nature of these recent changes.?

This study was funded by a European Research Council grant to the University of Leicester, known as GIANTCLIMES. This project has previously discovered long-term changes in atmospheric temperatures and clouds on the gas giants, Jupiter and Saturn, and it provided the first maps of the stratospheric temperatures of Uranus. GIANTCLIMES has paved the way for new discoveries on all four giant planets from JWST in the years to come.

Additional co-authors on this work include Thomas Greathouse (Southwest Research Institute), Julianne Moses (Space Science Institute), Naomi Rowe-Gurney (Howard University / NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), Patrick Irwin (Oxford), Arrate Antuñano (UPV/EHU), James Sinclair (JPL), Yasumasa Kasaba (Tohoku University), Takuya Fujiyoshi (Subaru Telescope), Imke de Pater (UC Berkeley), and Heidi Hammel (Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy).

?Sub-Seasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-Infrared Emission? is published in Planetary Science Journal.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this outstanding web content

Neptune is cooler than we thought: Study reveals unexpected changes in atmospheric temperatures

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Michael T. Roman, Leigh N. Fletcher, Glenn S. Orton, Thomas K. Greathouse, Julianne I. Moses, Naomi Rowe-Gurney, Patrick G. J. Irwin, Arrate Antuñano, James Sinclair, Yasumasa Kasaba, Takuya Fujiyoshi, Imke de Pater, Heidi B. Hammel. Subseasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-infrared Emission. The Planetary Science Journal, 2022; 3 (4): 78 DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/ac5aa4 The study, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Michael T. Roman, Leigh N. Fletcher, Glenn S. Orton, Thomas K. Greathouse, Julianne I. Moses, Naomi Rowe-Gurney, Patrick G. J. Irwin, Arrate Antuñano, James Sinclair, Yasumasa Kasaba, Takuya Fujiyoshi, Imke de Pater, Heidi B. Hammel. Subseasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-infrared Emission. The Planetary Science Journal, 2022; 3 (4): 78 DOI: 10.3847/PSJ/ac5aa4

The study, published today (Monday) in Planetary Science Journal, used observations in thermal-infrared wavelengths beyond the visible light spectrum, effectively sensing heat emitted from the planet?s atmosphere.

An international team of researchers, including scientists from Leicester and NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), combined all existing thermal infrared images of Neptune gathered from multiple observatories over almost two decades. These include the European Southern Observatory?s Very Large Telescope and Gemini South telescope in Chile, together with the Subaru Telescope, Keck Telescope, and the Gemini North telescope, all in Hawai?i, and spectra from NASA?s Spitzer Space Telescope.

By analysing the data, the researchers were able to reveal a more complete picture of trends in Neptune?s temperatures than ever before.

But to the researchers? surprise, these collective datasets show a decline in Neptune?s thermal brightness since reliable thermal imaging began in 2003, indicating that globally-averaged temperatures in Neptune?s stratosphere ? the layer of the atmosphere just above its active weather layer ? have dropped by roughly 8 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit) between 2003 and 2018.

Dr Michael Roman, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Leicester and lead author on the paper, said:

?This change was unexpected. Since we have been observing Neptune during its early southern summer, we would expect temperatures to be slowly growing warmer, not colder.?

Neptune has an axial tilt, and so it experiences seasons, just like Earth. However, given its great distance from the Sun, Neptune takes over 165 years to complete an orbit around its host star, and so its seasons change slowly, lasting over 40 Earth-years each.

Dr Glenn Orton, Senior Research Scientist at JPL and co-author on the study, noted:

?Our data cover less than half of a Neptune season, so no one was expecting to see large and rapid changes.?

Yet, at Neptune?s south pole, the data reveal a different and surprisingly dramatic change. A combination of observations from Gemini North in 2019 and Subaru in 2020 reveal that Neptune?s polar stratosphere warmed by roughly 11?C (~20?F) between 2018 and 2020, reversing the previous globally-averaged cooling trend. Such polar warming has never been observed on Neptune before.

The cause of these unexpected stratospheric temperature changes is currently unknown, and the results challenge scientists? understanding of Neptune?s atmospheric variability.

Dr Roman continued:

?Temperature variations may be related to seasonal changes in Neptune?s atmospheric chemistry, which can alter how effectively the atmosphere cools.

?But random variability in weather patterns or even a response to the 11-year solar activity cycle may also have an effect.?

The 11-year solar cycle (marked by periodic variation in the Sun?s activity and sunspots) has been previously suggested to affect Neptune?s visible brightness, and the new study reveals a possible, but tentative, correlation between the solar activity, stratospheric temperatures, and the number of bright clouds seen on Neptune.

Follow-up observations of the temperature and cloud patterns are needed to further assess any possible connection in the years ahead.

Answers to these mysteries and more will come from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which is set to observe both ice giants, Uranus and Neptune, later this year.

Leigh Fletcher, Professor of Planetary Science at the University of Leicester, will lead such observations with allocated time of JWST?s suite of instruments. Professor Fletcher, also a co-author on this study, said:

?The exquisite sensitivity of the space telescope?s mid-infrared instrument, MIRI, will provide unprecedented new maps of the chemistry and temperatures in Neptune?s atmosphere, helping to better identify the nature of these recent changes.?

This study was funded by a European Research Council grant to the University of Leicester, known as GIANTCLIMES. This project has previously discovered long-term changes in atmospheric temperatures and clouds on the gas giants, Jupiter and Saturn, and it provided the first maps of the stratospheric temperatures of Uranus. GIANTCLIMES has paved the way for new discoveries on all four giant planets from JWST in the years to come.

Additional co-authors on this work include Thomas Greathouse (Southwest Research Institute), Julianne Moses (Space Science Institute), Naomi Rowe-Gurney (Howard University / NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), Patrick Irwin (Oxford), Arrate Antuñano (UPV/EHU), James Sinclair (JPL), Yasumasa Kasaba (Tohoku University), Takuya Fujiyoshi (Subaru Telescope), Imke de Pater (UC Berkeley), and Heidi Hammel (Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy).

?Sub-Seasonal Variation in Neptune?s Mid-Infrared Emission? is published in Planetary Science Journal.

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Neptune is cooler than we thought: Study reveals unexpected changes in atmospheric temperatures

[date_timestamp] => 1649723181 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Comment l?école fait une place aux enfants d?Ukraine [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/world-news/comment-lecole-fait-une-place-aux-enfants-dukraine/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Qnenly ) [pubdate] => Tue, 12 Apr 2022 00:07:33 +0000 [category] => World NewsAuxcommentdUkraineenfantsfaitlécoleune [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38743 [description] => Par Mattea Battaglia Publié aujourd?hui à 02h01 Réservé à nos abonnés ReportageA Avallon, à Dijon et à Strasbourg, des enfants et des adolescents arrivés d?Ukraine commencent à trouver leurs marques en classe. Les unités pédagogiques pour élèves allophones nouvellement arrivés, placées sous le feu des projecteurs avec l?afflux, en un mois, de quelque 9 000 jeunes ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
Par Mattea Battaglia

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Une classe où les élèves ne cessent de parler, babillent, s?esclaffent en se déplaçant presque librement des petits bureaux au tableau? et inversement : c?est l?ambiance dans laquelle on plonge en poussant la porte de la salle de Catherine Darenne, au premier étage de la petite école élémentaire Victor-Hugo d?Avallon (Yonne).

Face à elle, ce mardi 5 avril, quatre enfants donnent de la voix. Martin, 11 ans, sa s?ur Lilia, 8 ans, et les jumelles Vlada et Valeria, 8 ans elles aussi, parlent sans discontinuer en ukrainien, intégrant à leurs échanges quelques phrases en anglais. Et quelques mots ? leurs premiers ? de français : « ça va », « je lis », « le goûter ». Les deux fratries sont arrivées d?Ukraine avec leurs familles respectives début mars et ont rejoint, dans cette ville de 6 500 habitants, une cinquantaine d?autres réfugiés partis de Kiev ou de Kharkiv pour échapper aux bombes.

« Passer de Kiev à Avallon, et poser ses valises en plein parc régional du Morvan, ce doit être quelque chose, à hauteur d?enfant », souffle le directeur de l?école, Arnaud Duplessis, qui a intégré les quatre « nouveaux » à sa centaine d?élèves il y a trois semaines. Le garçon a été inscrit en CM2, les fillettes en CE2, mais ils sortent de leur classe respective, deux matinées par semaine, pour travailler en petit groupe avec Catherine Darenne.

« Un rôle de cocon »

De l?exode, de tout ce qui s?est joué « avant », l?équipe enseignante sait peu de choses. Elle ne cherche d?ailleurs pas « forcément » à savoir. « Face au déracinement, aux traumatismes, l?école peut jouer un rôle de cocon, une parenthèse pour l?enfant, fait valoir Ariane Ourry, enseignante de CM2. Le début d?un retour à la normale. »

Martin, 11 ans, participe à une activité mise en place par Catherine Darenne, enseignante UPE2A à l?école Victor-Hugo, à Avallon (Yonne), le 5 avril 2022.

Catherine Darenne a bien repéré, dans les échanges entre enfants, les mots « Putin » et « Ukraïna », et « des visages qui se figent parfois », signe d?un « certain stress ». Mais, en trente ans de carrière, elle a appris à le gérer : elle porte dans sa circonscription, entre autres « casquettes », celle de référente du centre académique pour la scolarisation des enfants allophones (dont la langue maternelle n?est pas le français) qui teste et affecte les nouveaux arrivants en fonction de leur niveau et de leur lieu d?hébergement. Qui dans des unités pédagogiques pour élèves allophones arrivants (UPE2A) implantées dans des écoles élémentaires, des collèges et des lycées ; qui dans des dispositifs plus souples, comme celui d?Avallon, où la prise en charge individualisée évolue au gré des besoins.

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Comment l?école fait une place aux enfants d?Ukraine

) [summary] => Par Mattea Battaglia Publié aujourd?hui à 02h01 Réservé à nos abonnés ReportageA Avallon, à Dijon et à Strasbourg, des enfants et des adolescents arrivés d?Ukraine commencent à trouver leurs marques en classe. Les unités pédagogiques pour élèves allophones nouvellement arrivés, placées sous le feu des projecteurs avec l?afflux, en un mois, de quelque 9 000 jeunes ... Read more [atom_content] =>
Par Mattea Battaglia

Publié aujourd?hui à 02h01

Une classe où les élèves ne cessent de parler, babillent, s?esclaffent en se déplaçant presque librement des petits bureaux au tableau? et inversement : c?est l?ambiance dans laquelle on plonge en poussant la porte de la salle de Catherine Darenne, au premier étage de la petite école élémentaire Victor-Hugo d?Avallon (Yonne).

Face à elle, ce mardi 5 avril, quatre enfants donnent de la voix. Martin, 11 ans, sa s?ur Lilia, 8 ans, et les jumelles Vlada et Valeria, 8 ans elles aussi, parlent sans discontinuer en ukrainien, intégrant à leurs échanges quelques phrases en anglais. Et quelques mots ? leurs premiers ? de français : « ça va », « je lis », « le goûter ». Les deux fratries sont arrivées d?Ukraine avec leurs familles respectives début mars et ont rejoint, dans cette ville de 6 500 habitants, une cinquantaine d?autres réfugiés partis de Kiev ou de Kharkiv pour échapper aux bombes.

« Passer de Kiev à Avallon, et poser ses valises en plein parc régional du Morvan, ce doit être quelque chose, à hauteur d?enfant », souffle le directeur de l?école, Arnaud Duplessis, qui a intégré les quatre « nouveaux » à sa centaine d?élèves il y a trois semaines. Le garçon a été inscrit en CM2, les fillettes en CE2, mais ils sortent de leur classe respective, deux matinées par semaine, pour travailler en petit groupe avec Catherine Darenne.

« Un rôle de cocon »

De l?exode, de tout ce qui s?est joué « avant », l?équipe enseignante sait peu de choses. Elle ne cherche d?ailleurs pas « forcément » à savoir. « Face au déracinement, aux traumatismes, l?école peut jouer un rôle de cocon, une parenthèse pour l?enfant, fait valoir Ariane Ourry, enseignante de CM2. Le début d?un retour à la normale. »

Martin, 11 ans, participe à une activité mise en place par Catherine Darenne, enseignante UPE2A à l?école Victor-Hugo, à Avallon (Yonne), le 5 avril 2022.

Catherine Darenne a bien repéré, dans les échanges entre enfants, les mots « Putin » et « Ukraïna », et « des visages qui se figent parfois », signe d?un « certain stress ». Mais, en trente ans de carrière, elle a appris à le gérer : elle porte dans sa circonscription, entre autres « casquettes », celle de référente du centre académique pour la scolarisation des enfants allophones (dont la langue maternelle n?est pas le français) qui teste et affecte les nouveaux arrivants en fonction de leur niveau et de leur lieu d?hébergement. Qui dans des unités pédagogiques pour élèves allophones arrivants (UPE2A) implantées dans des écoles élémentaires, des collèges et des lycées ; qui dans des dispositifs plus souples, comme celui d?Avallon, où la prise en charge individualisée évolue au gré des besoins.

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[date_timestamp] => 1649722053 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => De lepel ? Het oudste eetgerei ter wereld ? Foodlog [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/lifestyle/de-lepel-het-oudste-eetgerei-ter-wereld-foodlog/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 11 Apr 2022 23:59:36 +0000 [category] => LifestyleeetgereiFoodloghetlepeloudsteterwereld [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38736 [description] => In de buurt hebben ze onlangs een soepfeest georganiseerd. Buren en buurtorganisaties maakten soep en deelden die uit aan de bezoekers en wandelaars. Men mocht een beoordeling indienen en misschien was er zelfs een prijs voor de beste? Soep verwarmt de harten, soep verzacht de zeden. Maar ik bedenk daarbij ook dat dit een van ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In de buurt hebben ze onlangs een soepfeest georganiseerd. Buren en buurtorganisaties maakten soep en deelden die uit aan de bezoekers en wandelaars. Men mocht een beoordeling indienen en misschien was er zelfs een prijs voor de beste?

Soep verwarmt de harten, soep verzacht de zeden. Maar ik bedenk daarbij ook dat dit een van de oudste vormen van gastronomie is?

Efficiënt
Wij leerden op school dat lang geleden de mensheid leefde van jacht en vruchtenpluk. Wij denken daarbij aan oeros aan het spit, met een groen slaatje en fruitsla achteraf, maar zo ging het natuurlijk niet. Vlees roosteren, daar is veel moeite voor nodig en iedere amateurbarbecuer weet dat het niet altijd zo makkelijk is.

In tegenstelling tot het eten uit het vuistje heb je voor soep iets nodig om die uit de kom te scheppen: een lepel.

Op een gegeven moment moet men ontdekt hebben dat gekookt voedsel efficiënter was of gewoon ?lekker? en nog beter verteerbaar dan sla en wortels ?uit het vuistje?. Zo werd de soep geboren. Alleen kende men nog geen potten en pannen. Hoe kan je dan soep koken? Wel, men weet nu dat men al snel water kon laten koken door gloeiende stenen in een holte vol water te leggen. In een kolkgat langs de rotsen bij een rivier, bijvoorbeeld. Er zijn vandaag mensen die dat nog doen. Gewoon voor de leut: je laat de keien opwarmen in een heet vuur, grijpt ze zodra ze heet zijn vast met twee takken, en plons in de rotskom. Doe er de vondsten van de dagelijkse pluk bij, en hier en daar een vis uit de beek of een vogel uit de bomen en het is feest. Je houdt de soep aan de kook door de stenen er weer uit te vissen en te vervangen door hete, nieuwe stenen.

Niet slimmer dan een mens
Zo kreeg men dan dagelijkse soep die varieerde naargelang de plek waar je was gaan voedsel zoeken en volgens de jaargetijden. Zo kenden ze al vroeg aspergesoep met oesters en daar een ei van de karekiet of kievit bij. Ze deden zich niets te kort, onze voorouders. Luxe bestond toen nog niet.

Maar in tegenstelling tot het eten uit het vuistje heb je voor soep iets nodig om die uit de kom te scheppen: een lepel. Naargelang de streek werd het een schelp van het strand, een halve kokosnoot of een kalebas. ?Niets slimmer dan een mens,? zei mijn vader, ?maar hij moet leven.? Maar kijk volgende keer op tafel nog even naar die lepel: hij is dus het oudste eetgerei. Ook toen ik in verre buitenlanden verbleef, kreeg je bij de maaltijd bij mensen thuis enkel een lepel aangereikt. Messen heten gevaarlijk te zijn en vorken nergens voor nodig. De vork is trouwens een echte laatkomer in onze huishoudens. Ook onze eigen overgrootouders aten zonder mes of vork. Alles was klein gesneden en gaargekookt tot ? lepelkost.

Ontworpen door designers
Moderne lepels zijn altijd maar platter. Ze worden ontworpen door designers, niet door hongerige magen. Ze zijn zelfs te klein voor hoestsiroop! Ik struin altijd de brocantes af op zoek naar eerlijke lepels waar nog wat vloeistof in kan. Of je moet die uiterst handige Chinese soeplepels kopen, in porselein of kunststof. Handig als de soep ook nog eens grove bestanddelen bevat.

Kijk volgende keer op tafel nog even naar die lepel: hij is dus het oudste eetgerei

Laat ondertussen de soepfeesten maar doorgaan. ?Ze kondigen de lente aan,? schreef iemand. Dat is misschien zo voor wie zijn eten haalt uit de supermarkt, aangevoerd vanuit verwarmde serres. Maar als je naar de moestuin kijkt, dan is daar nog niet veel te zien dat boven komt piepen. Onze voorvaderen aten in deze periode nog steeds bewaarvoedsel. De échte lentesoepgroente als kervel of asperge, die zijn er pas binnen een maand of wat. Wie deze weken dus soep wil maken volgens de seizoenen, trekt een blik open. Maar dat kan de pret niet drukken. Smakelijk.

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De lepel – Het oudste eetgerei ter wereld – Foodlog

) [summary] => In de buurt hebben ze onlangs een soepfeest georganiseerd. Buren en buurtorganisaties maakten soep en deelden die uit aan de bezoekers en wandelaars. Men mocht een beoordeling indienen en misschien was er zelfs een prijs voor de beste? Soep verwarmt de harten, soep verzacht de zeden. Maar ik bedenk daarbij ook dat dit een van ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In de buurt hebben ze onlangs een soepfeest georganiseerd. Buren en buurtorganisaties maakten soep en deelden die uit aan de bezoekers en wandelaars. Men mocht een beoordeling indienen en misschien was er zelfs een prijs voor de beste?

Soep verwarmt de harten, soep verzacht de zeden. Maar ik bedenk daarbij ook dat dit een van de oudste vormen van gastronomie is?

Efficiënt
Wij leerden op school dat lang geleden de mensheid leefde van jacht en vruchtenpluk. Wij denken daarbij aan oeros aan het spit, met een groen slaatje en fruitsla achteraf, maar zo ging het natuurlijk niet. Vlees roosteren, daar is veel moeite voor nodig en iedere amateurbarbecuer weet dat het niet altijd zo makkelijk is.

In tegenstelling tot het eten uit het vuistje heb je voor soep iets nodig om die uit de kom te scheppen: een lepel.

Op een gegeven moment moet men ontdekt hebben dat gekookt voedsel efficiënter was of gewoon ?lekker? en nog beter verteerbaar dan sla en wortels ?uit het vuistje?. Zo werd de soep geboren. Alleen kende men nog geen potten en pannen. Hoe kan je dan soep koken? Wel, men weet nu dat men al snel water kon laten koken door gloeiende stenen in een holte vol water te leggen. In een kolkgat langs de rotsen bij een rivier, bijvoorbeeld. Er zijn vandaag mensen die dat nog doen. Gewoon voor de leut: je laat de keien opwarmen in een heet vuur, grijpt ze zodra ze heet zijn vast met twee takken, en plons in de rotskom. Doe er de vondsten van de dagelijkse pluk bij, en hier en daar een vis uit de beek of een vogel uit de bomen en het is feest. Je houdt de soep aan de kook door de stenen er weer uit te vissen en te vervangen door hete, nieuwe stenen.

Niet slimmer dan een mens
Zo kreeg men dan dagelijkse soep die varieerde naargelang de plek waar je was gaan voedsel zoeken en volgens de jaargetijden. Zo kenden ze al vroeg aspergesoep met oesters en daar een ei van de karekiet of kievit bij. Ze deden zich niets te kort, onze voorouders. Luxe bestond toen nog niet.

Maar in tegenstelling tot het eten uit het vuistje heb je voor soep iets nodig om die uit de kom te scheppen: een lepel. Naargelang de streek werd het een schelp van het strand, een halve kokosnoot of een kalebas. ?Niets slimmer dan een mens,? zei mijn vader, ?maar hij moet leven.? Maar kijk volgende keer op tafel nog even naar die lepel: hij is dus het oudste eetgerei. Ook toen ik in verre buitenlanden verbleef, kreeg je bij de maaltijd bij mensen thuis enkel een lepel aangereikt. Messen heten gevaarlijk te zijn en vorken nergens voor nodig. De vork is trouwens een echte laatkomer in onze huishoudens. Ook onze eigen overgrootouders aten zonder mes of vork. Alles was klein gesneden en gaargekookt tot ? lepelkost.

Ontworpen door designers
Moderne lepels zijn altijd maar platter. Ze worden ontworpen door designers, niet door hongerige magen. Ze zijn zelfs te klein voor hoestsiroop! Ik struin altijd de brocantes af op zoek naar eerlijke lepels waar nog wat vloeistof in kan. Of je moet die uiterst handige Chinese soeplepels kopen, in porselein of kunststof. Handig als de soep ook nog eens grove bestanddelen bevat.

Kijk volgende keer op tafel nog even naar die lepel: hij is dus het oudste eetgerei

Laat ondertussen de soepfeesten maar doorgaan. ?Ze kondigen de lente aan,? schreef iemand. Dat is misschien zo voor wie zijn eten haalt uit de supermarkt, aangevoerd vanuit verwarmde serres. Maar als je naar de moestuin kijkt, dan is daar nog niet veel te zien dat boven komt piepen. Onze voorvaderen aten in deze periode nog steeds bewaarvoedsel. De échte lentesoepgroente als kervel of asperge, die zijn er pas binnen een maand of wat. Wie deze weken dus soep wil maken volgens de seizoenen, trekt een blik open. Maar dat kan de pret niet drukken. Smakelijk.

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De lepel – Het oudste eetgerei ter wereld – Foodlog

[date_timestamp] => 1649721576 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Mads Mikkelsen le tira un palito a sus colegas y cree que la actuación de método ?es una estupidez? ? Cultura Geek [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/celebrity/mads-mikkelsen-le-tira-un-palito-a-sus-colegas-y-cree-que-la-actuacion-de-metodo-es-una-estupidez-cultura-geek/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 11 Apr 2022 23:50:00 +0000 [category] => CelebrityactuacióncolegascreeculturaestupidezGeekMadsmétodoMikkelsenpalitosustirauna [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38730 [description] => En una entrevista para promocionar Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore, Mads Mikkelsen criticó a la actuación de método y dijo que no cree que esa técnica sea la razón por la que los actores hagan muy bien su trabajo. Lee más ¡acá! Como cada vez falta menos para que Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

En una entrevista para promocionar Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore, Mads Mikkelsen criticó a la actuación de método y dijo que no cree que esa técnica sea la razón por la que los actores hagan muy bien su trabajo. Lee más ¡acá!

Como cada vez falta menos para que Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore llegue a los cines, algunos de los actores están dando entrevistas para promocionarla. Uno de ellos es Mads Mikkelsen, quien se unió a la reconocida franquicia para reemplazar a Johnny Depp como Gellert Grindelwald. Durante una entrevista, el actor sueco habló sobre su papel y compartió que nunca usó las estrategias de los actores de método, ya que le parece ?una estupidez?.

Últimamente la actuación de método está en boca de muchos. Exagerado para algunos o increíble para otros, los actores que usan técnicas bastante particulares o extremas para interpretar el papel de la mejor manera, siguen aumentando con el correr del tiempo. La lista es larga, pero los nombres van desde Lady Gaga y Jeremy Strong hasta Daniel Day-Lewis o Jared Leto, quien retrasaba la filmación de Morbius cada vez que tenía que ir al baño, ya que rengueaba e iba con las muletas del personaje.

Grindelwald

Mikkelsen, quien ahora suma a Harry Potter a su lista de grandes franquicias en las que participó (James Bond, Star Wars, Marvel), no está de acuerdo con el método y cree que ?es una estupidez?. Durante una entrevista con GQ, el actor habló sobre la preparación y dijo: ?te puede llevar hasta la locura ¿Qué pasa si es una película de mierda? ¿Qué crees que lograste? ¿Me tiene que impresionar que no hayas salido del personaje? ¡Deberías haberlo abandonado desde el principio! ¿Cómo te preparas para un asesino en serie? ¿Vas a pasar dos años probando??

Estar en contra de la actuación de método no significa que Mikkelsen no sea meticuloso y no tenga una preparación importante a la hora de darle vida a un personaje. Sí, tal vez no se mantiene dentro del papel hasta que termine la grabación de la película, pero, por ejemplo, para King Arthur (2004), el actor aprendió a montar a caballo y a empuñar espadas, mientras que para Michael Kohlhaas (2013) aprendió a hablar francés.

Mads Mikkelsen cree que la gran fama que tiene la actuación de método es gracias a la prensa: ?Los medios dicen, ?Dios mío, se lo tomó tan en serio, por lo tanto debe ser fantástico; démosle un premio. Entonces se empieza a hablar de eso, y todo el mundo lo sabe, y se convierte en una realidad?.

Por otro lado, y a pesar de que el actor no esta de acuerdo con el método, indicó que le gustaría trabajar junto a un actor de método dedicado como Daniel Day-Lewis: ?Me lo pasaría genial, simplemente tratando de sacarlo del personaje constantemente. ?¿Estoy fumando un cigarrillo? Esto es de 2020, no de 1870, ¿puedes vivir con eso? Es simplemente pretencioso. Daniel Day-Lewis es un gran actor. Pero no tiene nada que ver con esto?.

Mads Mikkelsen Grindelwald

Las primeras críticas que salieron de Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore coinciden con que es mejor que la película anterior y halagan la actuación de Mads Mikkelsen como Gellert Grindelwald. El actor dijo en la entrevista que ve a su papel como una extensión del personaje de Depp, no como un reinicio, lo comparó con seguir a Anthony Hopkins como Hannibal Lecter: ?Copiarlo sería un suicidio creativo? Tuvimos que hacerlo nuestro?.

Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore se estrena en cines el 14 de abril y tiene un elenco integrado por: Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Mads Mikkelsen, Alison Sudol, Ezra Miller, Dan Fogler, Callum Turner, Jessica Williams, Richard Coyle, Victoria Yeates, William Nadylan, entre otros.

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Mads Mikkelsen le tira un palito a sus colegas y cree que la actuación de método ?es una estupidez? – Cultura Geek

) [summary] => En una entrevista para promocionar Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore, Mads Mikkelsen criticó a la actuación de método y dijo que no cree que esa técnica sea la razón por la que los actores hagan muy bien su trabajo. Lee más ¡acá! Como cada vez falta menos para que Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de ... Read more [atom_content] =>

En una entrevista para promocionar Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore, Mads Mikkelsen criticó a la actuación de método y dijo que no cree que esa técnica sea la razón por la que los actores hagan muy bien su trabajo. Lee más ¡acá!

Como cada vez falta menos para que Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore llegue a los cines, algunos de los actores están dando entrevistas para promocionarla. Uno de ellos es Mads Mikkelsen, quien se unió a la reconocida franquicia para reemplazar a Johnny Depp como Gellert Grindelwald. Durante una entrevista, el actor sueco habló sobre su papel y compartió que nunca usó las estrategias de los actores de método, ya que le parece ?una estupidez?.

Últimamente la actuación de método está en boca de muchos. Exagerado para algunos o increíble para otros, los actores que usan técnicas bastante particulares o extremas para interpretar el papel de la mejor manera, siguen aumentando con el correr del tiempo. La lista es larga, pero los nombres van desde Lady Gaga y Jeremy Strong hasta Daniel Day-Lewis o Jared Leto, quien retrasaba la filmación de Morbius cada vez que tenía que ir al baño, ya que rengueaba e iba con las muletas del personaje.

Grindelwald

Mikkelsen, quien ahora suma a Harry Potter a su lista de grandes franquicias en las que participó (James Bond, Star Wars, Marvel), no está de acuerdo con el método y cree que ?es una estupidez?. Durante una entrevista con GQ, el actor habló sobre la preparación y dijo: ?te puede llevar hasta la locura ¿Qué pasa si es una película de mierda? ¿Qué crees que lograste? ¿Me tiene que impresionar que no hayas salido del personaje? ¡Deberías haberlo abandonado desde el principio! ¿Cómo te preparas para un asesino en serie? ¿Vas a pasar dos años probando??

Estar en contra de la actuación de método no significa que Mikkelsen no sea meticuloso y no tenga una preparación importante a la hora de darle vida a un personaje. Sí, tal vez no se mantiene dentro del papel hasta que termine la grabación de la película, pero, por ejemplo, para King Arthur (2004), el actor aprendió a montar a caballo y a empuñar espadas, mientras que para Michael Kohlhaas (2013) aprendió a hablar francés.

Mads Mikkelsen cree que la gran fama que tiene la actuación de método es gracias a la prensa: ?Los medios dicen, ?Dios mío, se lo tomó tan en serio, por lo tanto debe ser fantástico; démosle un premio. Entonces se empieza a hablar de eso, y todo el mundo lo sabe, y se convierte en una realidad?.

Por otro lado, y a pesar de que el actor no esta de acuerdo con el método, indicó que le gustaría trabajar junto a un actor de método dedicado como Daniel Day-Lewis: ?Me lo pasaría genial, simplemente tratando de sacarlo del personaje constantemente. ?¿Estoy fumando un cigarrillo? Esto es de 2020, no de 1870, ¿puedes vivir con eso? Es simplemente pretencioso. Daniel Day-Lewis es un gran actor. Pero no tiene nada que ver con esto?.

Mads Mikkelsen Grindelwald

Las primeras críticas que salieron de Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore coinciden con que es mejor que la película anterior y halagan la actuación de Mads Mikkelsen como Gellert Grindelwald. El actor dijo en la entrevista que ve a su papel como una extensión del personaje de Depp, no como un reinicio, lo comparó con seguir a Anthony Hopkins como Hannibal Lecter: ?Copiarlo sería un suicidio creativo? Tuvimos que hacerlo nuestro?.

Animales Fantásticos: Los secretos de Dumbledore se estrena en cines el 14 de abril y tiene un elenco integrado por: Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Mads Mikkelsen, Alison Sudol, Ezra Miller, Dan Fogler, Callum Turner, Jessica Williams, Richard Coyle, Victoria Yeates, William Nadylan, entre otros.

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[date_timestamp] => 1649721000 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Whoopi Goldberg To Play Menacing Bird Woman In Amazon Studios? ?Anansi Boys? [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/movie-production-companies/whoopi-goldberg-to-play-menacing-bird-woman-in-amazon-studios-anansi-boys/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 11 Apr 2022 23:46:36 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesAmazonAnansiBirdboysGoldbergMenacingplayStudiosWhoopiwoman [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38724 [description] => Academy Award- and Emmy-winner Whoopi Goldberg has been cast as Bird Woman in the series adaptation of Anansi Boys, based on Neil Gaiman?s internationally beloved novel. The six-episode series stars Malachi Kirby in the leading roles of brothers Fat Charlie and Spider.  Anansi Boys is set throughout contemporary London and follows an exciting cast of characters in an epic story ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Academy Award- and Emmy-winner Whoopi Goldberg has been cast as Bird Woman in the series adaptation of Anansi Boys, based on Neil Gaiman?s internationally beloved novel. The six-episode series stars Malachi Kirby in the leading roles of brothers Fat Charlie and Spider. 

Anansi Boys is set throughout contemporary London and follows an exciting cast of characters in an epic story that stretches from the UK to Florida, the Caribbean, and the mythical World Before Time. The series is currently filming in Scotland and will premiere on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Anansi Boys follows Charlie Nancy (Malachi Kirby)?sometimes known as Fat Charlie (it was his father?s nickname for him; he?s not fat)?a young man who is used to being embarrassed by his estranged father. But when his father dies, Charlie discovers that he was Anansi: Trickster God of stories (played by Delroy Lindo). And he learns that he has a brother. Now that brother, Spider (also played by Kirby), is entering Charlie?s life, determined to make it more interesting?but making it a lot more dangerous instead.

Whoopi Goldberg will take up the mantle of Bird Woman, God of Birds and one of the show?s key antagonists. She is the latest casting to be announced, along with a full pantheon of gods who make up the mythical World Before Time?a place that isn?t a place, where the animals who are gods still walk. A place of incredible beauty, magic, and danger.

Whoopi Goldberg said: ?I have been a fan of this book for a very long time and when Neil Gaiman told me it was being brought to the screen, I did everything I could to be part of it to help make people aware of Anansi and all his magic.?

The cast of animal gods from the World Before Time includes:

Co-showrunner, writer, and executive producer Neil Gaiman said: ?When I first conceived Anansi Boys, decades ago, I imagined Whoopi Goldberg as Bird Woman. I wasn?t able to meet her until 2018, when she interviewed me with some of the Good Omens team at New York Comic Con. At which point she mentioned that she had just finished listening to Sir Lenny Henry?s reading of Anansi Boys, and that it was one of her favourite books. Sometimes things feel planned and inevitable, and we are incredibly lucky. She?s going to be scary.? 

In addition to Kirby and Lindo, previously announced cast includes Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn as Rosie Noah, Grace Saif as Detective Constable Daisy Day, Jason Watkins as Grahame Coats, Fiona Shaw as Maeve Livingstone, CCH Pounder as Mrs. Higgler, L. Scott Caldwell as Mrs. Dunwiddy, Joy Richardson as Mrs. Bustamonte, and Lachele Carl as Miss Noles.

Gaiman, Henry, Douglas Mackinnon, Hanelle M. Culpepper, Hilary Bevan Jones (Endor Productions), and Richard Fee (RED Production Company) are executive producers. Gaiman and Henry write for the series along with Arvind Ethan David, Kara Smith, and Racheal Ofori. Gaiman and Mackinnon serve as co-showrunners. Culpepper (Star Trek: Picard, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey) also directs the pilot. Paul Frift serves as producer.

The show is produced by Amazon Studios, The Blank Corporation, Endor Productions, and RED Production company. With this announcement, Amazon Studios continues its relationship with Gaiman, who has an overall deal with the studio.

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Whoopi Goldberg To Play Menacing Bird Woman In Amazon Studios? “Anansi Boys”

) [summary] => Academy Award- and Emmy-winner Whoopi Goldberg has been cast as Bird Woman in the series adaptation of Anansi Boys, based on Neil Gaiman?s internationally beloved novel. The six-episode series stars Malachi Kirby in the leading roles of brothers Fat Charlie and Spider.  Anansi Boys is set throughout contemporary London and follows an exciting cast of characters in an epic story ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Academy Award- and Emmy-winner Whoopi Goldberg has been cast as Bird Woman in the series adaptation of Anansi Boys, based on Neil Gaiman?s internationally beloved novel. The six-episode series stars Malachi Kirby in the leading roles of brothers Fat Charlie and Spider. 

Anansi Boys is set throughout contemporary London and follows an exciting cast of characters in an epic story that stretches from the UK to Florida, the Caribbean, and the mythical World Before Time. The series is currently filming in Scotland and will premiere on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Anansi Boys follows Charlie Nancy (Malachi Kirby)?sometimes known as Fat Charlie (it was his father?s nickname for him; he?s not fat)?a young man who is used to being embarrassed by his estranged father. But when his father dies, Charlie discovers that he was Anansi: Trickster God of stories (played by Delroy Lindo). And he learns that he has a brother. Now that brother, Spider (also played by Kirby), is entering Charlie?s life, determined to make it more interesting?but making it a lot more dangerous instead.

Whoopi Goldberg will take up the mantle of Bird Woman, God of Birds and one of the show?s key antagonists. She is the latest casting to be announced, along with a full pantheon of gods who make up the mythical World Before Time?a place that isn?t a place, where the animals who are gods still walk. A place of incredible beauty, magic, and danger.

Whoopi Goldberg said: ?I have been a fan of this book for a very long time and when Neil Gaiman told me it was being brought to the screen, I did everything I could to be part of it to help make people aware of Anansi and all his magic.?

The cast of animal gods from the World Before Time includes:

Co-showrunner, writer, and executive producer Neil Gaiman said: ?When I first conceived Anansi Boys, decades ago, I imagined Whoopi Goldberg as Bird Woman. I wasn?t able to meet her until 2018, when she interviewed me with some of the Good Omens team at New York Comic Con. At which point she mentioned that she had just finished listening to Sir Lenny Henry?s reading of Anansi Boys, and that it was one of her favourite books. Sometimes things feel planned and inevitable, and we are incredibly lucky. She?s going to be scary.? 

In addition to Kirby and Lindo, previously announced cast includes Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn as Rosie Noah, Grace Saif as Detective Constable Daisy Day, Jason Watkins as Grahame Coats, Fiona Shaw as Maeve Livingstone, CCH Pounder as Mrs. Higgler, L. Scott Caldwell as Mrs. Dunwiddy, Joy Richardson as Mrs. Bustamonte, and Lachele Carl as Miss Noles.

Gaiman, Henry, Douglas Mackinnon, Hanelle M. Culpepper, Hilary Bevan Jones (Endor Productions), and Richard Fee (RED Production Company) are executive producers. Gaiman and Henry write for the series along with Arvind Ethan David, Kara Smith, and Racheal Ofori. Gaiman and Mackinnon serve as co-showrunners. Culpepper (Star Trek: Picard, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey) also directs the pilot. Paul Frift serves as producer.

The show is produced by Amazon Studios, The Blank Corporation, Endor Productions, and RED Production company. With this announcement, Amazon Studios continues its relationship with Gaiman, who has an overall deal with the studio.

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Whoopi Goldberg To Play Menacing Bird Woman In Amazon Studios? “Anansi Boys”

[date_timestamp] => 1649720796 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => New transistor could cut 5% from world?s digital energy budget [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/healthandscience/new-transistor-could-cut-5-from-worlds-digital-energy-budget/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Mon, 11 Apr 2022 23:09:12 +0000 [category] => Health And Sciencebudgetcutdigitalenergytransistorworlds [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38719 [description] => Journal Reference: Keke He, Bilal Barut, Shenchu Yin, Michael D. Randle, Ripudaman Dixit, Nargess Arabchigavkani, Jubin Nathawat, Ather Mahmood, Will Echtenkamp, Christian Binek, Peter A. Dowben, Jonathan P. Bird. Graphene on Chromia: A System for Beyond?Room?Temperature Spintronics. Advanced Materials, 2022; 34 (12): 2105023 DOI: 10.1002/adma.202105023 Following years of innovations from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln?s Christian ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Keke He, Bilal Barut, Shenchu Yin, Michael D. Randle, Ripudaman Dixit, Nargess Arabchigavkani, Jubin Nathawat, Ather Mahmood, Will Echtenkamp, Christian Binek, Peter A. Dowben, Jonathan P. Bird. Graphene on Chromia: A System for Beyond?Room?Temperature Spintronics. Advanced Materials, 2022; 34 (12): 2105023 DOI: 10.1002/adma.202105023

Following years of innovations from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln?s Christian Binek and University at Buffalo?s Jonathan Bird and Keke He, the physicists recently teamed up to craft the first magneto-electric transistor.

Along with curbing the energy consumption of any microelectronics that incorporate it, the team?s design could reduce the number of transistors needed to store certain data by as much as 75%, said Nebraska physicist Peter Dowben, leading to smaller devices. It could also lend those microelectronics steel-trap memory that remembers exactly where its users leave off, even after being shut down or abruptly losing power.

?The implications of this most recent demonstration are profound,? said Dowben, who co-authored a recent paper on the work that graced the cover of the journal Advanced Materials.

Many millions of transistors line the surface of every modern integrated circuit, or microchip, which itself is manufactured in staggering numbers ? roughly 1 trillion in 2020 alone ? from the industry-favorite semiconducting material, silicon. By regulating the flow of electric current within a microchip, the tiny transistor effectively acts as a nanoscopic on-off switch that?s essential to writing, reading and storing data as the 1s and 0s of digital technology.

But silicon-based microchips are nearing their practical limits, Dowben said. Those limits have the semiconductor industry investigating and funding every promising alternative it can.

?The traditional integrated circuit is facing some serious problems,? said Dowben, Charles Bessey Professor of physics and astronomy at Nebraska. ?There is a limit to how much smaller it can get. We?re basically down to the range where we?re talking about 25 or fewer silicon atoms wide. And you generate heat with every device on an (integrated circuit), so you can?t any longer carry away enough heat to make everything work, either.?

That predicament looms even as the demand for digital memory, and the energy needed to accommodate it, have soared amid the widespread adoption of computers, servers and the internet. The microchip-enabled smartening of TVs, vehicles and other technology has only increased that demand.

?We?re getting to the point where we?re going to approach the previous energy consumption of the United States just for memory (alone),? Dowben said. ?And it doesn?t stop.

?So you need something that you can shrink smaller, if possible. But above all, you need something that works differently than a silicon transistor, so that you can drop the power consumption, a lot.?

?Now that it works, the fun begins?

Typical silicon-based transistors consist of multiple terminals. Two of them, called the source and drain, serve as the starting and end points for electrons flowing through a circuit. Above that channel sits another terminal, the gate. Applying voltage between the gate and source can dictate whether the electric current flows with low or high resistance, leading to either a buildup or absence of electron charges that gets encoded as a 1 or 0, respectively. But random-access memory ? the form that most computer applications rely on ? requires a constant supply of power just to maintain those binary states.

So rather than depend on electric charge as the basis of its approach, the team turned to spin: a magnetism-related property of electrons that points up or down and can be read, like electric charge can, as a 1 or 0. The team knew that electrons flowing through graphene, an ultra-robust material just one atom thick, can maintain their initial spin orientations for relatively long distances ? an appealing property for demonstrating the potential of a spintronic-based transistor. Actually controlling the orientation of those spins, using substantially less power than a conventional transistor, was a much more challenging prospect.

To do it, the researchers needed to underlay the graphene with the right material. Fortunately, Binek had already dedicated years to studying and modifying just such a material, chromium oxide. Crucially, chromium oxide is magneto-electric, meaning that the spins of the atoms at its surface can be flipped from up to down, or vice versa, by applying a meager amount of temporary, energy-sipping voltage.

When applying positive voltage, the spins of the underlying chromium oxide point up, ultimately forcing the spin orientation of the graphene?s electric current to veer left and yield a detectable signal in the process. Negative voltage instead flips the spins of the chromium oxide down, with the spin orientation of the graphene?s current flipping to the right and generating a signal clearly distinguishable from the other.

?Now you are starting to get really good fidelity (in the signal), because if you?re sitting on one side of the device, and you?ve applied a voltage, then the current is going this way. You can say that?s ?on,’? Dowben said. ?But if it?s telling the current to go the other way, that?s clearly ?off.?

?This potentially gives you huge fidelity at very little energy cost. All you did was apply voltage, and it flipped.?

As promising and functional as the team?s demonstration was, Dowben said there exist plenty of alternatives to graphene that share its one-atom thickness but also boast properties better suited to a magneto-electric transistor. The race to overlay chromium oxide with those other 2D candidates is already on, he said, and marks ?not the something, but the start of something.?

?Now that it works, the fun begins, because everybody?s going to have their own favorite 2D material, and they?re going to try it out,? Dowben said. ?Some of them will work a lot, lot better, and some won?t. But now that you know it works, it?s worth investing in those other, more sophisticated materials that could.

?Now everybody can get into the game, figuring out how to make the transistor really good and competitive and, indeed, exceed silicon.?

The team received support from the National Science Foundation?s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, which funded the $20 million Emergent Quantum Materials and Technologies collaboration at Nebraska, and from the Semiconductor Research Corporation.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Keke He, Bilal Barut, Shenchu Yin, Michael D. Randle, Ripudaman Dixit, Nargess Arabchigavkani, Jubin Nathawat, Ather Mahmood, Will Echtenkamp, Christian Binek, Peter A. Dowben, Jonathan P. Bird. Graphene on Chromia: A System for Beyond?Room?Temperature Spintronics. Advanced Materials, 2022; 34 (12): 2105023 DOI: 10.1002/adma.202105023 Following years of innovations from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln?s Christian ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Keke He, Bilal Barut, Shenchu Yin, Michael D. Randle, Ripudaman Dixit, Nargess Arabchigavkani, Jubin Nathawat, Ather Mahmood, Will Echtenkamp, Christian Binek, Peter A. Dowben, Jonathan P. Bird. Graphene on Chromia: A System for Beyond?Room?Temperature Spintronics. Advanced Materials, 2022; 34 (12): 2105023 DOI: 10.1002/adma.202105023

Following years of innovations from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln?s Christian Binek and University at Buffalo?s Jonathan Bird and Keke He, the physicists recently teamed up to craft the first magneto-electric transistor.

Along with curbing the energy consumption of any microelectronics that incorporate it, the team?s design could reduce the number of transistors needed to store certain data by as much as 75%, said Nebraska physicist Peter Dowben, leading to smaller devices. It could also lend those microelectronics steel-trap memory that remembers exactly where its users leave off, even after being shut down or abruptly losing power.

?The implications of this most recent demonstration are profound,? said Dowben, who co-authored a recent paper on the work that graced the cover of the journal Advanced Materials.

Many millions of transistors line the surface of every modern integrated circuit, or microchip, which itself is manufactured in staggering numbers ? roughly 1 trillion in 2020 alone ? from the industry-favorite semiconducting material, silicon. By regulating the flow of electric current within a microchip, the tiny transistor effectively acts as a nanoscopic on-off switch that?s essential to writing, reading and storing data as the 1s and 0s of digital technology.

But silicon-based microchips are nearing their practical limits, Dowben said. Those limits have the semiconductor industry investigating and funding every promising alternative it can.

?The traditional integrated circuit is facing some serious problems,? said Dowben, Charles Bessey Professor of physics and astronomy at Nebraska. ?There is a limit to how much smaller it can get. We?re basically down to the range where we?re talking about 25 or fewer silicon atoms wide. And you generate heat with every device on an (integrated circuit), so you can?t any longer carry away enough heat to make everything work, either.?

That predicament looms even as the demand for digital memory, and the energy needed to accommodate it, have soared amid the widespread adoption of computers, servers and the internet. The microchip-enabled smartening of TVs, vehicles and other technology has only increased that demand.

?We?re getting to the point where we?re going to approach the previous energy consumption of the United States just for memory (alone),? Dowben said. ?And it doesn?t stop.

?So you need something that you can shrink smaller, if possible. But above all, you need something that works differently than a silicon transistor, so that you can drop the power consumption, a lot.?

?Now that it works, the fun begins?

Typical silicon-based transistors consist of multiple terminals. Two of them, called the source and drain, serve as the starting and end points for electrons flowing through a circuit. Above that channel sits another terminal, the gate. Applying voltage between the gate and source can dictate whether the electric current flows with low or high resistance, leading to either a buildup or absence of electron charges that gets encoded as a 1 or 0, respectively. But random-access memory ? the form that most computer applications rely on ? requires a constant supply of power just to maintain those binary states.

So rather than depend on electric charge as the basis of its approach, the team turned to spin: a magnetism-related property of electrons that points up or down and can be read, like electric charge can, as a 1 or 0. The team knew that electrons flowing through graphene, an ultra-robust material just one atom thick, can maintain their initial spin orientations for relatively long distances ? an appealing property for demonstrating the potential of a spintronic-based transistor. Actually controlling the orientation of those spins, using substantially less power than a conventional transistor, was a much more challenging prospect.

To do it, the researchers needed to underlay the graphene with the right material. Fortunately, Binek had already dedicated years to studying and modifying just such a material, chromium oxide. Crucially, chromium oxide is magneto-electric, meaning that the spins of the atoms at its surface can be flipped from up to down, or vice versa, by applying a meager amount of temporary, energy-sipping voltage.

When applying positive voltage, the spins of the underlying chromium oxide point up, ultimately forcing the spin orientation of the graphene?s electric current to veer left and yield a detectable signal in the process. Negative voltage instead flips the spins of the chromium oxide down, with the spin orientation of the graphene?s current flipping to the right and generating a signal clearly distinguishable from the other.

?Now you are starting to get really good fidelity (in the signal), because if you?re sitting on one side of the device, and you?ve applied a voltage, then the current is going this way. You can say that?s ?on,’? Dowben said. ?But if it?s telling the current to go the other way, that?s clearly ?off.?

?This potentially gives you huge fidelity at very little energy cost. All you did was apply voltage, and it flipped.?

As promising and functional as the team?s demonstration was, Dowben said there exist plenty of alternatives to graphene that share its one-atom thickness but also boast properties better suited to a magneto-electric transistor. The race to overlay chromium oxide with those other 2D candidates is already on, he said, and marks ?not the something, but the start of something.?

?Now that it works, the fun begins, because everybody?s going to have their own favorite 2D material, and they?re going to try it out,? Dowben said. ?Some of them will work a lot, lot better, and some won?t. But now that you know it works, it?s worth investing in those other, more sophisticated materials that could.

?Now everybody can get into the game, figuring out how to make the transistor really good and competitive and, indeed, exceed silicon.?

The team received support from the National Science Foundation?s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, which funded the $20 million Emergent Quantum Materials and Technologies collaboration at Nebraska, and from the Semiconductor Research Corporation.

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[date_timestamp] => 1649718552 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Quand les salariés des maisons de mode deviennent people [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/magazine/quand-les-salaries-des-maisons-de-mode-deviennent-people/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Mon, 11 Apr 2022 22:42:21 +0000 [category] => MagazinedesdeviennentLesmaisonsmodepeoplequandsalariés [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=38713 [description] => La collection Lemaire automne-hiver 2021 présentée par des employés de la maison. ESTELLE HANANIA/LEMAIRE En mars, la maison Lemaire publie sur son compte Instagram des photos d?une dizaine de personnes, vêtues de pièces en denim du label, des pantalons tout-terrain et des surchemises comme patinés par le temps, avec pour seule légende le prénom des ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

En mars, la maison Lemaire publie sur son compte Instagram des photos d?une dizaine de personnes, vêtues de pièces en denim du label, des pantalons tout-terrain et des surchemises comme patinés par le temps, avec pour seule légende le prénom des intéressés et un hashtag, #lemairepeople. Les visages sont shootés en gros plan par le photographe norvégien Ola Rindal, et, parmi eux, on reconnaît les mannequins Mino Sassy et Carliane Paixao qui défilent souvent pour Lemaire, mais impossible de mettre un nom sur les autres portraits.

La marque aurait-elle eu recours à un casting sauvage ? Non, les supposés anonymes ne sont autres que des employés de la griffe. C?est ainsi que Yannick Angelloz-Nicoud, directeur de la communication, Ibtissame Bellehouane, communication manageuse, Margueritte Kruger, e-commerce manageuse ou encore Brahim Djibrine, assistant en alternance, se retrouvent sous les feux de la rampe. « La série a été conçue très intuitivement. Yannick, Ibtissame, Brahim, Margueritte? nous les côtoyons tous les jours et nous redécouvrons des pièces en les voyant portées par eux, chacun à sa manière, parce qu?ils ont des styles et des corps uniques, avance Sarah-Linh Tran, codirectrice artistique aux côtés de Christophe Lemaire. Le photographe Ola Rindal a peu dirigé les modèles, et il émane d?eux une vulnérabilité que je trouve très généreuse, courageuse en un sens. Cette série naît aussi d?une envie simple, celle de s?extraire du bureau pendant quelques heures et de jouer ensemble, de créer des souvenirs. »

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Lemaire n?est pas la seule maison à mettre à contribution ses collaborateurs dans la construction de son image. De Burberry à Courrèges en passant par Balenciaga, les marques sont ainsi de plus en plus nombreuses à exposer leurs salariés. Pour le lookbook de la précollection été 2021, Riccardo Tisci, directeur artistique de Burberry, a fait poser des membres de son équipe ainsi que des vendeurs des boutiques de la maison ? évidemment vêtus en Burberry des pieds à la tête.

Pendant la semaine parisienne de la mode de septembre, à l?occasion de la présentation de la collection « Red Carpet » (« tapis rouge », printemps-été 2022), des membres du studio de Balenciaga ont, eux, foulé le podium au milieu de mannequins professionnels. Et, à la fin de l?année, des employés de la maison ont pris la parole dans le cadre de courtes vidéos, revenant sur les grandes innovations réalisées par la maison en 2021.

« Pas de simples portemanteaux »

Faire poser et donner de la visibilité à ses collaborateurs, qui ?uvrent habituellement dans l?ombre, serait-ce la nouvelle lubie de la mode ? « On ne croit plus à l?omnipotence du directeur artistique. Une nouvelle narration qui mise sur l?horizontalité et la collaboration met un coup de griffe à la figure toute puissante du créateur, une forme d?incarnation patriarcale du pouvoir, décrypte Emilie Hammen, historienne de la mode et enseignante à l?Institut français de la mode. Avant, on disait que c?était le créateur-star qui dessinait tout, jusqu?à la forme de la poignée de porte de la boutique de Séoul ; aujourd?hui, on dirait qu?il est capable de dialoguer avec le designer de la poignée. On insiste sur les talents managériaux des créateurs de mode, capables d?orchestrer les performances de leur équipe, ça n?enlève rien au fait que c?est leur vision qui prime. »

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) [summary] => La collection Lemaire automne-hiver 2021 présentée par des employés de la maison. ESTELLE HANANIA/LEMAIRE En mars, la maison Lemaire publie sur son compte Instagram des photos d?une dizaine de personnes, vêtues de pièces en denim du label, des pantalons tout-terrain et des surchemises comme patinés par le temps, avec pour seule légende le prénom des ... Read more [atom_content] =>

En mars, la maison Lemaire publie sur son compte Instagram des photos d?une dizaine de personnes, vêtues de pièces en denim du label, des pantalons tout-terrain et des surchemises comme patinés par le temps, avec pour seule légende le prénom des intéressés et un hashtag, #lemairepeople. Les visages sont shootés en gros plan par le photographe norvégien Ola Rindal, et, parmi eux, on reconnaît les mannequins Mino Sassy et Carliane Paixao qui défilent souvent pour Lemaire, mais impossible de mettre un nom sur les autres portraits.

La marque aurait-elle eu recours à un casting sauvage ? Non, les supposés anonymes ne sont autres que des employés de la griffe. C?est ainsi que Yannick Angelloz-Nicoud, directeur de la communication, Ibtissame Bellehouane, communication manageuse, Margueritte Kruger, e-commerce manageuse ou encore Brahim Djibrine, assistant en alternance, se retrouvent sous les feux de la rampe. « La série a été conçue très intuitivement. Yannick, Ibtissame, Brahim, Margueritte? nous les côtoyons tous les jours et nous redécouvrons des pièces en les voyant portées par eux, chacun à sa manière, parce qu?ils ont des styles et des corps uniques, avance Sarah-Linh Tran, codirectrice artistique aux côtés de Christophe Lemaire. Le photographe Ola Rindal a peu dirigé les modèles, et il émane d?eux une vulnérabilité que je trouve très généreuse, courageuse en un sens. Cette série naît aussi d?une envie simple, celle de s?extraire du bureau pendant quelques heures et de jouer ensemble, de créer des souvenirs. »

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Lemaire n?est pas la seule maison à mettre à contribution ses collaborateurs dans la construction de son image. De Burberry à Courrèges en passant par Balenciaga, les marques sont ainsi de plus en plus nombreuses à exposer leurs salariés. Pour le lookbook de la précollection été 2021, Riccardo Tisci, directeur artistique de Burberry, a fait poser des membres de son équipe ainsi que des vendeurs des boutiques de la maison ? évidemment vêtus en Burberry des pieds à la tête.

Pendant la semaine parisienne de la mode de septembre, à l?occasion de la présentation de la collection « Red Carpet » (« tapis rouge », printemps-été 2022), des membres du studio de Balenciaga ont, eux, foulé le podium au milieu de mannequins professionnels. Et, à la fin de l?année, des employés de la maison ont pris la parole dans le cadre de courtes vidéos, revenant sur les grandes innovations réalisées par la maison en 2021.

« Pas de simples portemanteaux »

Faire poser et donner de la visibilité à ses collaborateurs, qui ?uvrent habituellement dans l?ombre, serait-ce la nouvelle lubie de la mode ? « On ne croit plus à l?omnipotence du directeur artistique. Une nouvelle narration qui mise sur l?horizontalité et la collaboration met un coup de griffe à la figure toute puissante du créateur, une forme d?incarnation patriarcale du pouvoir, décrypte Emilie Hammen, historienne de la mode et enseignante à l?Institut français de la mode. Avant, on disait que c?était le créateur-star qui dessinait tout, jusqu?à la forme de la poignée de porte de la boutique de Séoul ; aujourd?hui, on dirait qu?il est capable de dialoguer avec le designer de la poignée. On insiste sur les talents managériaux des créateurs de mode, capables d?orchestrer les performances de leur équipe, ça n?enlève rien au fait que c?est leur vision qui prime. »

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Journal Reference:

  1. Richard E. Daws, Christopher Timmermann, Bruna Giribaldi, James D. Sexton, Matthew B. Wall, David Erritzoe, Leor Roseman, David Nutt, Robin Carhart-Harris. Increased global integration in the brain after psilocybin therapy for depression. Nature Medicine, April 11, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41591-022-01744-z

The discovery points toward a general mechanism through which psychedelics may be acting therapeutically on the brain to alleviate depression and possibly other psychiatric conditions that are marked by fixed patterns of thinking.

Scientists analyzed fMRI brain scans from nearly 60 people who had participated in two psilocybin trials. In the first one, all the participants had treatment-resistant depression and knew they were being given psilocybin. In the second one, the participants were depressed but not as severely, and they were not told whether they had been given psilocybin or a placebo that turned out to be escitalopram, an SSRI antidepressant. In addition to the drugs, all the participants received the same type of psychotherapy.

The scans, which were done before and after treatment, showed the psilocybin treatment reduced connections within brain areas that are tightly connected in depression, including the default mode, salience, and executive networks, and increased connections to other regions of the brain that had not been well integrated.

Participants were also less emotionally avoidant and their cognitive functioning got better. The improvement in their depressive symptoms correlated with changes to their brains, and these changes lasted until the study ended three weeks after the second psilocybin dose. No such changes were seen in the brains of those who received escitalopram, suggesting that psilocybin acts differently on the brain than SSRIs.

Psilocybin and other serotonergic psychedelics like ayahuasca affect 5-HT2A receptors, which are plentiful in brain networks that become overactive in depression. One hypothesis is that the drugs briefly disrupt these connections, giving them a chance to reform in new ways in the ensuing days and weeks.

?In previous studies we had seen a similar effect in the brain when people were scanned whilst on a psychedelic, but here we?re seeing it weeks after treatment for depression, which suggests a carry-over of the acute drug action,? said Robin Carhart-Harris, PhD, who directs the Neuroscape Psychedelics Division at UCSF and is the senior author of the study, which appears April 11, 2022, in Nature Medicine.

?We don?t yet know how long the changes in brain activity seen with psilocybin therapy last, and we need to do more research to understand this,? said Carhart-Harris, who is the Ralph Metzner Distinguished Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Behavioral Sciences and a member of the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences. ?We do know that some people relapse, and it may be that after a while their brains revert to the rigid patterns of activity we see in depression.?

The authors caution that while these findings are encouraging, patients with depression should not attempt to self-medicate with psilocybin. The trials took place under controlled, clinical conditions, using a regulated dose formulated in a laboratory, and involved extensive psychological support before, during, and after dosing.

But the study points to a mechanism that, if it holds up, may explain both how psilocybin helps to alleviate depression and potentially other debilitating psychiatric conditions.

?For the first time we find that psilocybin works differently from conventional antidepressants ? making the brain more flexible and fluid, and less entrenched in the negative thinking patterns associated with depression,? said David Nutt, DM, head of the Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research. ?This supports our initial predictions and confirms psilocybin could be a real alternative approach to depression treatments.?

Disclosures, as well as the full list of authors and funding are available in the paper.

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Psilocybin rewires the brain for people with melancholy, study finds

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Richard E. Daws, Christopher Timmermann, Bruna Giribaldi, James D. Sexton, Matthew B. Wall, David Erritzoe, Leor Roseman, David Nutt, Robin Carhart-Harris. Increased global integration in the brain after psilocybin therapy for depression. Nature Medicine, April 11, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41591-022-01744-z The discovery points toward a general mechanism through which psychedelics may be acting therapeutically ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Richard E. Daws, Christopher Timmermann, Bruna Giribaldi, James D. Sexton, Matthew B. Wall, David Erritzoe, Leor Roseman, David Nutt, Robin Carhart-Harris. Increased global integration in the brain after psilocybin therapy for depression. Nature Medicine, April 11, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41591-022-01744-z

The discovery points toward a general mechanism through which psychedelics may be acting therapeutically on the brain to alleviate depression and possibly other psychiatric conditions that are marked by fixed patterns of thinking.

Scientists analyzed fMRI brain scans from nearly 60 people who had participated in two psilocybin trials. In the first one, all the participants had treatment-resistant depression and knew they were being given psilocybin. In the second one, the participants were depressed but not as severely, and they were not told whether they had been given psilocybin or a placebo that turned out to be escitalopram, an SSRI antidepressant. In addition to the drugs, all the participants received the same type of psychotherapy.

The scans, which were done before and after treatment, showed the psilocybin treatment reduced connections within brain areas that are tightly connected in depression, including the default mode, salience, and executive networks, and increased connections to other regions of the brain that had not been well integrated.

Participants were also less emotionally avoidant and their cognitive functioning got better. The improvement in their depressive symptoms correlated with changes to their brains, and these changes lasted until the study ended three weeks after the second psilocybin dose. No such changes were seen in the brains of those who received escitalopram, suggesting that psilocybin acts differently on the brain than SSRIs.

Psilocybin and other serotonergic psychedelics like ayahuasca affect 5-HT2A receptors, which are plentiful in brain networks that become overactive in depression. One hypothesis is that the drugs briefly disrupt these connections, giving them a chance to reform in new ways in the ensuing days and weeks.

?In previous studies we had seen a similar effect in the brain when people were scanned whilst on a psychedelic, but here we?re seeing it weeks after treatment for depression, which suggests a carry-over of the acute drug action,? said Robin Carhart-Harris, PhD, who directs the Neuroscape Psychedelics Division at UCSF and is the senior author of the study, which appears April 11, 2022, in Nature Medicine.

?We don?t yet know how long the changes in brain activity seen with psilocybin therapy last, and we need to do more research to understand this,? said Carhart-Harris, who is the Ralph Metzner Distinguished Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Behavioral Sciences and a member of the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences. ?We do know that some people relapse, and it may be that after a while their brains revert to the rigid patterns of activity we see in depression.?

The authors caution that while these findings are encouraging, patients with depression should not attempt to self-medicate with psilocybin. The trials took place under controlled, clinical conditions, using a regulated dose formulated in a laboratory, and involved extensive psychological support before, during, and after dosing.

But the study points to a mechanism that, if it holds up, may explain both how psilocybin helps to alleviate depression and potentially other debilitating psychiatric conditions.

?For the first time we find that psilocybin works differently from conventional antidepressants ? making the brain more flexible and fluid, and less entrenched in the negative thinking patterns associated with depression,? said David Nutt, DM, head of the Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research. ?This supports our initial predictions and confirms psilocybin could be a real alternative approach to depression treatments.?

Disclosures, as well as the full list of authors and funding are available in the paper.

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Psilocybin rewires the brain for people with melancholy, study finds

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