Arsenal transfers: Jesus is the number one target, the Serie A strikers are in a mixed mix too, look for a centre-back on the left side

ArsenalThe priority in this transfer window is no secret: they want a new striker. But the additions to the team did not end there. In light of the club’s return to European football, Arsenal know they need to strengthen in other divisions: they also intend to add a No. 8 to bolster their midfield and … Read more

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga says losing at the French Open will be a ‘good memory’ even when he ends his career

Paris – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga An emotional farewell to tennis is given at a special presentation at Stade Philippe Chatrier in Roland Garros after losing its first round match on Tuesday at the French Open to Casper Road. Tsonga, 37, announced last week that he would leave after this year’s tournament, ending a career that saw … Read more

Chernobyl engineer reveals how he witnessed an accident at the factory four years before the disaster

An engineer who worked at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant revealed how he witnessed a major accident four years before the disaster in 1986. Nikolai Steinberg was among the Ukrainian engineers who built the plant near the Soviet city of Pripyat, and was head of the turbine in the summer of 1982 when a serious … Read more

The NMSU professor has an alternative theory of planet formation

By Minerva Bowman, Media Relations Officer, NMSU News Team Astronomers cannot go back in time to observe how the solar system formed, but they can observe the planets forming now and use computer simulations to help them better understand the process. The New Mexico State University astronomy professor is part of a team of scientists … Read more

Develop the next generation of superconducting cables

Image of the conductor on round core cables developed by researchers at the Center for Advanced Power Systems and Advanced Conductor Technologies. Credit: Advanced Connector Technologies Researchers at Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS), in collaboration with Colorado-based Advanced Conductor Technologies, have demonstrated a new, ready-to-use superconducting cable system — an improvement … Read more

A student at Santa Teresa High School heading to Harvard

LAS CRUCES – The graduating student from Santa Teresa High School is scheduled to enroll at the University of the Ivy League this fall. Paloma del Valle, 18, was accepted into three Ivy League schools — Cornell, Yale and Harvard — and said it was a tough choice between them. After visiting the East Coast … Read more

The United States did not propose to give the WHO control of health care

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. Former US Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann claimed in an interview that the Biden administration had proposed giving the World Health Organization (WHO) control over national health care decisions. this is not true; The United States has proposed amendments to WHO regulations aimed at strengthening the agency’s response to future disease … Read more

The rise in eating disorders after COVID-19 is addressed with new guidelines

Post on PinterestWe hope the new UK guidelines will help avoid hospitalization for eating disorders. Justin Thales/AFP via Getty Images Eating disorders affect approximately 1 in 10 people during their lifetime. People can make a full recovery if eating disorders are diagnosed and treated early. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the rise in eating disorders … Read more