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Clement backs Mawson to shackle Chelsea stars ahead of ´special´ Stamford Bridge return

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Paul Clement is confident Alfie Mawson can help shackle Diego Costa and Eden Hazard as he prepares for a "special" return to Chelsea with his Swansea City side. Clement rose through the coaching ranks at Stamford Bridge to work with the first team under Guus Hiddink and later as assistant boss to Carlo Ancelotti, whom [...]

The Other 99 gets a new update that brings improved performance and much more

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Independent video games publisher Deck 13 and games development studio Burning Arrow announced today the availability of a brand-new update for The Other 99 that brings multiple improvements to its game currently downloadable through Steam Early Access.

Plane's landing gear collapses in Amsterdam

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A British passenger plane suffered a gear collapse upon landing Thursday at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport as heavy winds battered Western Europe.

From: www.cnn.com

"Battlefield 1" Update Brings Some Balancing Changes, New DLC Details

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'Battlefield 1' is a rousing return to the franchise's roots of world war inspired gameplay. Developer DICE has continuously updated the game with a constant stream of updates and DLC's with the latest involving some balancing changes along with new weapons.

Trump vows to fight 'epidemic' of human trafficking

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President Donald Trump says he will bring the "full force and weight" of the U.S. government to combat an "epidemic" of human trafficking

SHIFT HAPPENS Launches today on Xbox One and Steam

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Deck13 is best known for its PS4 action blockbuster Lords of the Fallen. Those who have followed them before that game know they also have a wide catalog of puzzle games. Today Deck13 and Klonk Games bring the public, Shift Happens.

[Perspective] Molecular stitches for enhanced recycling of packaging

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Polymers made of even slightly different repeat units are usually immiscible and form materials with two separate phases, like oil and water. Not only do different polymers not mix, but the interfaces between them are very sharp and mechanically weak. This lack of interfacial strength poses a very serious challenge to the recycling of blends of different polymers and, notably, polyethylene (PE) and isotactic polypropylene (iPP), the two polymers most commonly found in the industrial and domestic waste that come from packaging. If these two tough polymers are simply blended together, the resulting material is brittle and cannot be used. On page 814 of this issue, Eagan et al. (1) report that adding just 1% of a suitable block copolymer—a chain of PE connected to a chain of iPP—can create molecular stitches between the two phases and make the resulting blend as tough as iPP and PE themselves. Author: Costantino Creton

[Letter] Dams threaten rare Mekong dolphins

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Authors: Robert L. Brownell, Randall R. Reeves, Peter O. Thomas, Brian D. Smith, Gerard E. Ryan

From: science.sciencemag.org

[Technical Comment] Comment on “Ducklings imprint on the relational concept of ‘same or different'”

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Martinho and Kacelnik’s (Reports, 15 July 2016, p. 286) finding that mallard ducklings can deal with abstract concepts is important for understanding the evolution of cognition. However, a statistically more robust analysis of the data calls their conclusions into question. This example brings to light the risk of drawing too strong an inference by relying solely on P values. Author: Jean-Michel Hupé

[Report] Combining polyethylene and polypropylene: Enhanced performance with PE/iPP multiblock polymers

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Polyethylene (PE) and isotactic polypropylene (iPP) constitute nearly two-thirds of the world’s plastic. Despite their similar hydrocarbon makeup, the polymers are immiscible with one another. Thus, common grades of PE and iPP do not adhere or blend, creating challenges for recycling these materials. We synthesized PE/iPP multiblock copolymers using an isoselective alkene polymerization initiator. These polymers can weld common grades of commercial PE and iPP together, depending on the molecular weights and architecture of the block copolymers. Interfacial compatibilization of phase-separated PE and iPP with tetrablock copolymers enables morphological control, transforming brittle materials into mechanically tough blends. Authors: James M. Eagan, Jun Xu, Rocco Di Girolamo, Christopher M. Thurber, Christopher W. Macosko, Anne M. LaPointe, Frank S. Bates, Geoffrey W. Coates

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