Tyrell Malacia: Manchester United accelerate interest in Feyenoord defender as they battle Lyon for signature | Football News

Tyrell Malacia: Manchester United accelerate interest in Feyenoord defender as they battle Lyon for signature |  Football News

Manchester United have accelerated their interest in Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia in an attempt to beat Lyon to a deal in the region of £ 13million. Erik ten Hag had heavily scouted the 22-year-old as Ajax manager, appreciating his speed, positional awareness, high interception rate, and ability to attack space. Malacia fits the profile of … Read more

NASA EXPRESS Racks Achieve 1 Million Hours of Service on Space Station – Parabolic Arc

NASA EXPRESS Racks Achieve 1 Million Hours of Service on Space Station - Parabolic Arc

NASA astronaut Kayla Barron monitors experiments in one of the International Space Station’s 12 EXPRESS Racks during Expedition 66, which ran from October 2021 to March 2022. As many as 100 experiments at a time can be simultaneously conducted in the station’s full complement of racks, helping NASA achieves 1 million hours of powered EXPRESS … Read more

Our Chairman and CEO’s Outlook on the Global Energy Transition

Our Chairman and CEO's Outlook on the Global Energy Transition

Discussions around shifting the global energy sector to sustainable energy sources have been ongoing for decades, but the shift is now a global priority due to increased pressure in public opinion, political and business resolve, and the development of technologies to support the transition. Honeywell’s Chairman and CEO Darius Adamczyk recently told Erik Schatzker of … Read more

Senate Judiciary Committee questions legality of Major League Baseball’s antitrust exemption

Senate Judiciary Committee questions legality of Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption

The Senate Judiciary Committee is questioning the legality of Major League Baseball’s antitrust exemption, releasing a letter on Tuesday addressed to Advocates for Minor Leaguers asking about its effect on the lives of players. The letter is a bipartisan effort led by Senators Dick Durbin (D-Illinois), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut) and Mike Lee … Read more

Wrestler, Female Referee Speak Out On McMahon Rape Allegation

Vince McMahon interviewing Rita Chatterton on the professional wrestling talk show, tuesday night titans.screenshot: WWE/Peacock/Kotaku Amid news of misconduct and hush money payouts at the WWE, Rita Chatterton, the first female referee for the then-World Wrestling Federation, revisited her rape accusation against WWE CEO and chairperson Vince McMahon in an interview with New YorkMagazine. McMahon … Read more

Study: Same ‘Jumping Genes’ are Active in Octopus and Human Brains

Petrosino et al. corroborate the hypothesis that LINE elements might be active and functionally important in the central nervous system of highly intelligent organisms such as octopuses. Image credit: Albert Kok / CC BY-SA 3.0.

‘Jumping genes,’ also known as transposons or transposable elements, widely contribute to the evolution of genomes allowing genomic innovations. These features have been associated with the evolution, functioning, and complexity of the nervous system. New research shows that the same jumping genes are active both in the human brain and in the brain of two … Read more

Solar Energy Is Key To Replacing Diesel And Advancing Sustainable Growth In Africa

Solar Energy Is Key To Replacing Diesel And Advancing Sustainable Growth In Africa

Mini-Grid Development in Nigeria Husk Power Insufficient development of centralised electricity grids has created a massive and heavily-subsidised diesel generator economy in Asia and Africa, where 3.5 billion people remain unserved or underserved in terms of reliable energy. According to Wood Mackenzie’s latest report, at least 17 African countries generate more electricity from distributed diesel … Read more

Frenkie de Jong: Manchester United close to agreeing transfer deal with Barcelona for Dutch midfielder | Soccer News

Frenkie de Jong: Manchester United close to agreeing transfer deal with Barcelona for Dutch midfielder |  Soccer News

Manchester United are close to agreeing a deal with Barcelona for midfielder Frenkie de Jong. Sky Sports News has been told the clubs have a “broad agreement” on the fee – believed to be €65m (£56m) plus performance-related add-ons. Discussions continue over the finer details of the deal and there is still work to do … Read more