Tesla extends unlimited free Supercharging offer for new owners until September 18

Tesla has announced the end of free unlimited Supercharging more times than I can remember.It sounded like yesterday was finally the day but sure enough, Tesla has extended it again. Though, only for a single day this time (at least for now). more… Source: Charge Forward

Tesla is pushing to achieve Model 3 production of 7000 units per

Tesla has been aiming to ramp up Model 3 production during the fourth quarter, but it has been careful not to give clear numbers.Now, Electrek learns that Tesla is pushing to achieve a Model 3 production capacity of 7,000 units by November 28th. more…The post Tesla is pushing to achieve Model 3

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Hyundai Sold Over 8000 PlugIn Electric Cars In December

Hyundai is able to sustain a rate of more than 5,000 Kona Electric per month, which is almost 26% of all Kona sales in December:Hyundai Kona Electric – 5,350 (1,087 in Sout Korea) and 22,787 YTDHyundai IONIQ Electric – 1,911 and 21,002 YTDHyundai IONIQ Plug-In – 798 and 8,977 YTDHyundai

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Xtalic develops new nanostructured alloys for EV applications

Nanostructure specialist Xtalic has created new nanostructured metal alloys and coatings for EV applications, including:• Extending the life of charging connectors • Producing stable components for high-temperature environments • Lightweighting • Improving corrosion

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John Martin Baker Botts Future Growth Outside Texas

Remember me Username Lost your password? Not a subscriber? Sign up for The Texas Lawbook. Password When Baker Botts partners elected John Martin to be its new leader this week, the 179-year-old Houston-based corporate law firm sent a message that its future growth is likely beyond

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Nightly Roundup Happy Fathers Day

Erik Bakich (image via Detroit Free Press) Tags: Elle Johnson, Erik Bakich, nightly roundup Michigan baseball coach Eric Bakich was named the national coach of the year (LINK). Hit the jump for more. Happy #FathersDay !! pic.twitter.com/fVj25Tpiuc— Elle Johnson

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Vitamin D supplementation could significantly improve quality of life for RA patients

Aug 1 2018Scientists have discovered that in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients, lower levels of vitamin D are associated with increased disease severity. Their findings, announced today at the 70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, indicate that vitamin D supplementation

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Study suggests new possibilities for treating metabolic syndrome

Reviewed by Alina Shrourou, B.Sc. (Editor)Aug 23 2018New research, in mice, indicates that a natural sugar called trehalose blocks glucose from the liver and activates a gene that boosts insulin sensitivity, reducing the chance of developing diabetes. Activating the gene also triggers an increase

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Expunging Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program could threaten medical workforce

Source:https://www.pennmedicine.org/ Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Aug 28 2018Expunging the 2007 program could worsen educational debt in America and threaten the medical workforceWith medical school loan debt averaging $200,000, many physicians pursue the Public Service Loan

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Novel approaches for personalized risk prognosis and individualized treatment of NAFLD

Reviewed by Alina Shrourou, B.Sc. (Editor)Aug 31 2018More and more adults – but also about 34 percent of obese children – suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). An unhealthy lifestyle with little physical activity and a diet high in fat, sugar and fructose and/or a

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Feature The man who wants to beat back aging

On a blazingly hot morning this past June, a half-dozen scientists convened in a hotel conference room in suburban Maryland for the dress rehearsal of what they saw as a landmark event in the history of aging research. In a few hours, the group would meet with officials at the U.S. Food and Drug

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Watch these ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles

By Lindzi WesselApr. 12, 2017 , 2:00 PM Watch these ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles No bug left behind is the motto of Megaponera analis, an ant species found in southern regions of Africa. Every day these hunters raid termite nests to keep their colonies fed. But the

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A cancer drug tailored to your tumor Experts trade barbs over precision

FDA endorsed the first “tissue-agnostic” cancer treatment last year—an immunotherapy drug that is now approved for any advanced solid tumor with flaws in genes that repair DNA. More are expected soon. And although TRK fusions and the DNA repair mutations occur in only a small fraction

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The war on prediabetes could be a boon for pharma—but is it

Gojka Roglic, World Health Organization By Charles PillerMar. 7, 2019 , 2:00 PM Some physicians are trying new drug options on ADA’s list. For example, a 2018 observational study in The Lancet looked at 222 prediabetes patients in a Southern California community medical

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Venus flytraps kill with chemicals like those from lightning bolts

It’s a useful finding because the types of reactive oxygen and nitrogen molecules in cold plasmas play a major role in biological processes, including cell signaling. But normally, such processes have to be studied through complex analyses of cell cultures. With the Venus flytrap, they can be

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Retired physicist leading new Trump effort to question climate threat to security

Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) William Happer Gage Skidmore/flickr (CC BY SA 2.0) Named the Presidential Committee on Climate Security, the group is scheduled to meet tomorrow in the Situation Room at the White House, The Washington

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Social Media Crafters Gamers and the Online Censorship Debate

Much of the debate revolves around Section 230 of the CommunicationsDecency Act of 1996, the common name for Title V of theTelecommunications Act of 1996. As part of a landmark piece ofInternet legislation in the United States, it provides immunity fromliability for providers and users of an

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Patient advocacy or political ploy Union industry square off over dialysis initiative

This article was reprinted from khn.org with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Kaiser Health News, an editorially independent news service, is a program of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research organization unaffiliated with Kaiser

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