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      string(65) "Doctor Strange Summons The Spideys In Spider-Man: No Way Home Art"
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To misquote Doctor Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, we’re in the Spider-Verse now. The first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home broke the internet with its reveal of Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus, as well as hints at Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Electro, Sandman and more. All this only got fans more convinced that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are about to return as their own Spideys to team up with Tom Hollands’ and take down the Sinister Six.

If the former pair really is in the movie, then Sony is likely going to keep a lid on their appearances for a while yet, but in the meantime, creative fans are giving us a taste of how the multiversal crossover could go down. This epic artwork from digital artist Venomology, for instance, depicts Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange summoning the two. The piece captures the Sorcerer Supreme opening two portals to the Raimiverse and Webbverse through which Maguire and Garfield are shown emerging. Check it out in the gallery below:

From what the trailer revealed, Peter and Strange are responsible for these two universes colliding with the MCU’s Earth when a spell to erase the Wall-Crawler’s secret identity from everyone’s memories goes wrong. The logic of how this spell has such enormous consequences is hard to work out at the moment, though, which has led to theories that Strange is an imposter – possibly Mysterio or maybe even Mephisto – who deliberately manipulated the multiverse for his own ends.

But maybe events will happen more as this artwork suggests, with Strange summoning the other two Spideys from their universes, so Holland’s Peter can have some much-needed back-up. Rumor has it that, however they arrive on the scene, Maguire and Garfield won’t just have cameos but will effectively become the film’s co-leads.

All will be revealed when Spider-Man: No Way Home finally hits cinemas on December 17th.

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To misquote Doctor Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, we’re in the Spider-Verse now. The first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home broke the internet with its reveal of Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus, as well as hints at Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, Electro, Sandman and more. All this only got fans more convinced that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are about to return as their own Spideys to team up with Tom Hollands’ and take down the Sinister Six.

If the former pair really is in the movie, then Sony is likely going to keep a lid on their appearances for a while yet, but in the meantime, creative fans are giving us a taste of how the multiversal crossover could go down. This epic artwork from digital artist Venomology, for instance, depicts Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange summoning the two. The piece captures the Sorcerer Supreme opening two portals to the Raimiverse and Webbverse through which Maguire and Garfield are shown emerging. Check it out in the gallery below:

From what the trailer revealed, Peter and Strange are responsible for these two universes colliding with the MCU’s Earth when a spell to erase the Wall-Crawler’s secret identity from everyone’s memories goes wrong. The logic of how this spell has such enormous consequences is hard to work out at the moment, though, which has led to theories that Strange is an imposter – possibly Mysterio or maybe even Mephisto – who deliberately manipulated the multiverse for his own ends.

But maybe events will happen more as this artwork suggests, with Strange summoning the other two Spideys from their universes, so Holland’s Peter can have some much-needed back-up. Rumor has it that, however they arrive on the scene, Maguire and Garfield won’t just have cameos but will effectively become the film’s co-leads.

All will be revealed when Spider-Man: No Way Home finally hits cinemas on December 17th.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630338011) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(88) "In Roubaix, an “Agile Workshop” to respond to requests for Made in France production" ["link"]=> string(128) "https://redhatbeauty.com/lifestyle/2021/08/30/in-roubaix-an-agile-workshop-to-respond-to-requests-for-made-in-france-production/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Peter Crossley" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 30 Aug 2021 15:39:19 +0000" ["category"]=> string(73) "LifestyleAgileFrancemeta_keywordsproductionrequestsrespondRoubaixWorkshop" ["guid"]=> string(128) "https://redhatbeauty.com/lifestyle/2021/08/30/in-roubaix-an-agile-workshop-to-respond-to-requests-for-made-in-france-production/" ["description"]=> string(95) "On the strength of its experiments carried out since 2015, the Fashion Green Hub association..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6698) "

On the strength of its experiments carried out since 2015, the Fashion Green Hub association intends to develop its clothing workshop installed at the Fertile Plateau in Roubaix, in the north. Becoming a SAS and renamed “Atelier Agile”, the latter intends to become the first step of a future national network dedicated to local demand-driven productions.

The system will be operational in January, with the support of the region and with assistance of 600,000 euros provided by the program of investments for the future (PIA). Lille Metropolis (MEL), the city of Roubaix, Ademe (ecological transition agency) and Défi (support organization for the fashion industry) are also taking part in its development. Without forgetting four large local structures which will be the first customers: the manufacturers Lemahieu and Les Tissages de Charlieu, as well as the BlanchePorte and ID Group (IdKids) brands.

The Agile Workshop will be thought of as a demonstrator, laying the foundations for future other workshops intended to emerge on its model across France. Labeled by Euramaterials, the device ultimately intends to allow brands and designers to “go from idea to project in seven days”.

Today, with around ten people on a surface of 250 square meters, the workshop should eventually employ and train around thirty people on a surface increased to 600 square meters, equipped with 4.0 pre-production equipment, automatic printing and cutting, automated packaging systems and of course sewing machines.

“Our idea is to have a certain number of clothing partners, to prepare the production kits at home, then to assemble a part at home, and a part outside”, explains the general manager of the company. ‘Atelier Agile, Guillaume Aélion, who mentions about ten partner workshops already identified, and whose specific skills will make it possible to expand the ranges of products offered.

Atelier Agile hopes above all to prove the viability of the model to see it roll out across the country, via Atelier Agile or other industrial players. “What we want above all is to lay the foundations for an ecosystem. To be agile and close to customers, you need a lot of workshops to network the territory ”, underlines its manager.

Production on demand, a fundamental trend

The project is at the crossroads of many challenges facing the industry today, as FashionNetwork previously pointed out. Starting with Made in France, at a time when the health crisis has brought back the desire for industrial sovereignty in government speech, and where the urgent production of masks has made it possible to re-establish links that had faded between spinners, tricolor weavers and fabricators.

The Fertile Plateau of Roubaix – Atelier Agile

But the Agile Workshop project is above all part of a general tendency to rationalize production. In order to limit their losses and reduce the quantities of unsold items left over at the end of the season, the contractors have gradually undertaken to focus on reasoned production, and within the rapid timeframe allowed by the proximity of the sites. An approach that allows the passage to reduce the carbon impact of the sector, which would generate 2% of global CO2 emissions, according to Ademe.

“I think we are moving towards a hybridization of solutions: brands need distant solutions, intermediate solutions (North Africa, Eastern Europe, etc.) and local production which provides flexibility” , explains Guillaume Aélion. “In the event of restocking problems, our workshops can take over, while allowing products to be quickly adapted to trends, which takes months with large imports. Today, brands want to go towards that, but do not necessarily know who to contact. ”

There remains the question of price, often described as the first obstacle to production as well as to purchases of Made in France products. For Guillaume Aélion, this cost difference with distant productions is partly based on a truncated evaluation: “A principal retains the negotiated price, but behind it is also necessary to calculate the cost of unsold products and promotions to be granted, without talk about the costs induced by storage and transport… All these costs can be enough to pay for Made in France ”. The director points out that it is also necessary to banish from the minds of consumers the idea that clothing is only consumed through sales and promotions.

L’Atelier Agile carries the ambitious dream of initiating a network of around a hundred variations in the region. Avenues for two or three other “Agile Workshops” have already been mentioned in the east of the country, in Île-de-France as well as in the Lyon region.

All rights of reproduction and representation reserved.
© 2021 FashionNetwork.com

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On the strength of its experiments carried out since 2015, the Fashion Green Hub association intends to develop its clothing workshop installed at the Fertile Plateau in Roubaix, in the north. Becoming a SAS and renamed “Atelier Agile”, the latter intends to become the first step of a future national network dedicated to local demand-driven productions.

The system will be operational in January, with the support of the region and with assistance of 600,000 euros provided by the program of investments for the future (PIA). Lille Metropolis (MEL), the city of Roubaix, Ademe (ecological transition agency) and Défi (support organization for the fashion industry) are also taking part in its development. Without forgetting four large local structures which will be the first customers: the manufacturers Lemahieu and Les Tissages de Charlieu, as well as the BlanchePorte and ID Group (IdKids) brands.

The Agile Workshop will be thought of as a demonstrator, laying the foundations for future other workshops intended to emerge on its model across France. Labeled by Euramaterials, the device ultimately intends to allow brands and designers to “go from idea to project in seven days”.

Today, with around ten people on a surface of 250 square meters, the workshop should eventually employ and train around thirty people on a surface increased to 600 square meters, equipped with 4.0 pre-production equipment, automatic printing and cutting, automated packaging systems and of course sewing machines.

“Our idea is to have a certain number of clothing partners, to prepare the production kits at home, then to assemble a part at home, and a part outside”, explains the general manager of the company. ‘Atelier Agile, Guillaume Aélion, who mentions about ten partner workshops already identified, and whose specific skills will make it possible to expand the ranges of products offered.

Atelier Agile hopes above all to prove the viability of the model to see it roll out across the country, via Atelier Agile or other industrial players. “What we want above all is to lay the foundations for an ecosystem. To be agile and close to customers, you need a lot of workshops to network the territory ”, underlines its manager.

Production on demand, a fundamental trend

The project is at the crossroads of many challenges facing the industry today, as FashionNetwork previously pointed out. Starting with Made in France, at a time when the health crisis has brought back the desire for industrial sovereignty in government speech, and where the urgent production of masks has made it possible to re-establish links that had faded between spinners, tricolor weavers and fabricators.

The Fertile Plateau of Roubaix – Atelier Agile

But the Agile Workshop project is above all part of a general tendency to rationalize production. In order to limit their losses and reduce the quantities of unsold items left over at the end of the season, the contractors have gradually undertaken to focus on reasoned production, and within the rapid timeframe allowed by the proximity of the sites. An approach that allows the passage to reduce the carbon impact of the sector, which would generate 2% of global CO2 emissions, according to Ademe.

“I think we are moving towards a hybridization of solutions: brands need distant solutions, intermediate solutions (North Africa, Eastern Europe, etc.) and local production which provides flexibility” , explains Guillaume Aélion. “In the event of restocking problems, our workshops can take over, while allowing products to be quickly adapted to trends, which takes months with large imports. Today, brands want to go towards that, but do not necessarily know who to contact. ”

There remains the question of price, often described as the first obstacle to production as well as to purchases of Made in France products. For Guillaume Aélion, this cost difference with distant productions is partly based on a truncated evaluation: “A principal retains the negotiated price, but behind it is also necessary to calculate the cost of unsold products and promotions to be granted, without talk about the costs induced by storage and transport… All these costs can be enough to pay for Made in France ”. The director points out that it is also necessary to banish from the minds of consumers the idea that clothing is only consumed through sales and promotions.

L’Atelier Agile carries the ambitious dream of initiating a network of around a hundred variations in the region. Avenues for two or three other “Agile Workshops” have already been mentioned in the east of the country, in Île-de-France as well as in the Lyon region.

All rights of reproduction and representation reserved.
© 2021 FashionNetwork.com

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630337959) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(88) "Mercato: PSG agrees to negotiate with Real for Mbapp, but sets an XXL price! – Soccer" ["link"]=> string(122) "https://redhatbeauty.com/news/2021/08/30/mercato-psg-agrees-to-negotiate-with-real-for-mbapp-but-sets-an-xxl-price-soccer/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 30 Aug 2021 15:33:13 +0000" ["category"]=> string(271) "Newsagreesas monacoBordeaux Girondinsbundesliguachampions leaguefc nantesfifaFootFootballFrench CupifLeagueLeague 1Ligue's cuploscmatchMbappMercatonegotiateogc niceolplayerPremier LeaguepriceprognosisPSGrankingrc lensrealresultsScoreSetsSoccerteamtransferUEFAworld CupXXL" ["guid"]=> string(122) "https://redhatbeauty.com/news/2021/08/30/mercato-psg-agrees-to-negotiate-with-real-for-mbapp-but-sets-an-xxl-price-soccer/" ["description"]=> string(89) "For the first time since the start of this soap opera, Paris Saint-Germain have agreed..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3006) "

For the first time since the start of this soap opera, Paris Saint-Germain have agreed to negotiate the transfer of striker Kylian Mbapp with Real Madrid. However, the reigning vice-champion of France is particularly greedy.

Kylian Mbapp, discussed between Paris and Madrid.

The soap opera Kylian Mbapp continues to get carried away! For several days, the Paris Saint-Germain striker has been the subject of incessant pressing from Real Madrid, which wishes to secure its services in this summer transfer window.

For the moment, the vice-champion of France has rejected the first two proposals of the Merengue, the last of which was estimated at 180 million euros (bonus included).

PSG ok to negotiate!

But according to information from the Madrid daily Marca, this issue has seen a real turning point on Monday: PSG, for the first time, has agreed to launch negotiations with Real concerning the transfer of the native of Bondy. Thus, the club of the capital is really considering the possibility of ceding the former Mongasque during this transfer period, but on its own terms.

Indeed, always according to the same source, the leaders of Ile-de-France were immediately very clear with their Madrid counterparts: it is useless to discuss below 200 million euros. A particularly important amount for a player at the end of his contract next June. Especially since on his side, Mbapp would have confirmed, in recent hours, to PSG his desire to join the White House. The 2018 world champion does not intend to extend with Paris and sees his future Madrid. On the other hand, as expected, the 22-year-old talent does not want to force his departure and is ready to invest 100% in the Parisian colors for this 2021-2022 financial year.

Real ready to offer € 200 million?

If discussions are underway between the two formations, it is said that Real could accede to the demands of PSG! This morning, the daily L’Equipe evoked a potential third offensive by the White House for 200 million euros. And the British media Sky Sports has just confirmed the news: Madrid is preparing a new formula with a check for 170 million euros and possible bonuses estimated at 30 million euros. Enough to complete this XXL operation? The answer should not be long …

What do you think of Kylian Mbapp’s situation? Do not hesitate to react and discuss in the area add a comment

.

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For the first time since the start of this soap opera, Paris Saint-Germain have agreed to negotiate the transfer of striker Kylian Mbapp with Real Madrid. However, the reigning vice-champion of France is particularly greedy.

Kylian Mbapp, discussed between Paris and Madrid.

The soap opera Kylian Mbapp continues to get carried away! For several days, the Paris Saint-Germain striker has been the subject of incessant pressing from Real Madrid, which wishes to secure its services in this summer transfer window.

For the moment, the vice-champion of France has rejected the first two proposals of the Merengue, the last of which was estimated at 180 million euros (bonus included).

PSG ok to negotiate!

But according to information from the Madrid daily Marca, this issue has seen a real turning point on Monday: PSG, for the first time, has agreed to launch negotiations with Real concerning the transfer of the native of Bondy. Thus, the club of the capital is really considering the possibility of ceding the former Mongasque during this transfer period, but on its own terms.

Indeed, always according to the same source, the leaders of Ile-de-France were immediately very clear with their Madrid counterparts: it is useless to discuss below 200 million euros. A particularly important amount for a player at the end of his contract next June. Especially since on his side, Mbapp would have confirmed, in recent hours, to PSG his desire to join the White House. The 2018 world champion does not intend to extend with Paris and sees his future Madrid. On the other hand, as expected, the 22-year-old talent does not want to force his departure and is ready to invest 100% in the Parisian colors for this 2021-2022 financial year.

Real ready to offer € 200 million?

If discussions are underway between the two formations, it is said that Real could accede to the demands of PSG! This morning, the daily L’Equipe evoked a potential third offensive by the White House for 200 million euros. And the British media Sky Sports has just confirmed the news: Madrid is preparing a new formula with a check for 170 million euros and possible bonuses estimated at 30 million euros. Enough to complete this XXL operation? The answer should not be long …

What do you think of Kylian Mbapp’s situation? Do not hesitate to react and discuss in the area add a comment

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630337593) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(113) "Archaic laws prevent conservationists from bidding on public assets; experts think this should change – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(165) "https://redhatbeauty.com/health-science-news/2021/08/30/archaic-laws-prevent-conservationists-from-bidding-on-public-assets-experts-think-this-should-change-novlink/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 30 Aug 2021 15:15:11 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(165) "https://redhatbeauty.com/health-science-news/2021/08/30/archaic-laws-prevent-conservationists-from-bidding-on-public-assets-experts-think-this-should-change-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(111) "Journal Reference: Bryan Leonard, Shawn Regan, Christopher Costello, Suzi Kerr, Dominic P. Parker, Andrew J...." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7417) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Bryan Leonard, Shawn Regan, Christopher Costello, Suzi Kerr, Dominic P. Parker, Andrew J. Plantinga, James Salzman, V. Kerry Smith, Temple Stoellinger. Allow “nonuse rights” to conserve natural resources. Science, 2021; 373 (6558): 958 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi4573

Tempest Williams’ experience highlights the “use it or lose it” stipulation common to many of the laws governing public resources in the U.S. and around the world: You can’t lease public resources with the intent to leave them be. A group of scientists, economists and lawyers at several universities, including UC Santa Barbara, say it’s time for this requirement to go. The authors argue their case for creating a free market in an article featured in the journal Science.

“We have 19th century laws in conflict with 21st century values,” said co-author James Salzman, Bren distinguished professor of environmental law at UC Santa Barbara.

“When our public lands laws were written in the 1800s and early 1900s, the goal was to make as much productive use of the lands as quickly as possible,” he continued. “The idea of just leaving the lands as they are was not possible. The only valid uses were extraction — logging, mining, grazing — you name it.”

Many professionals in resource management are aware of this issue, but it hasn’t reached the public ear, the authors explained. And the first step in changing the laws is for people to realize what the problem is. “The goal of this project is to say to the public, ‘Hey. This is crazy. And you should know about it,’ ” Salzman said.

An appreciation of public lands for more than their extractive value is a relatively recent phenomenon, added co-author Andrew Plantinga, an environmental economist at UCSB’s Bren School of Environmental Science & Management. The environmental movement in the 1970s saw a huge shift in public appreciation for nature.

At the same time, economists, ecologists and Earth scientists began to recognize the importance of natural benefits like biodiversity and ecosystem services. Not only are intact ecosystems important for wildlife, they discovered; these systems also provide palpable benefits to society such as clean drinking water, pest control and fish stocks, among many other things. These are all services that cost time and money to replace in the form of filtration plants, pesticides and fish hatcheries, to name a few.

There’s also been a growing interest from communities in the health of their local environment.

“Under current rules, I think many people feel powerless to make any substantive impact on those ecosystem services,” said co-author Christopher Costello, director of UCSB’s Environmental Markets Lab and Bren School professor. “The problem is, if you’re worried about wildlife conservation, oppose gas fracking in your backyard or want to keep water in the stream for fish, what do you do? There’s no way to ‘buy’ those goods like you would buy a loaf of bread or running shoes.”

There’s now a great demand for conservation, so why haven’t the rules changed with the times?

“Laws are sticky,” Salzman remarked. “Once you’ve got a law in place, you get vested interests who don’t want things to change.”

And since extraction is a prerequisite for bidding on public resources, conservationists cannot join and bid on public lands to achieve their goals. Instead, a huge component of environmental action and philanthropy in the U.S. is directed toward lobbying in the interest of changing policies and regulations.

Unfortunately, policy changes are often fickle. There’s growing exasperation over the flip-flop of environmental regulations across administrations and a desire for more durable interventions. Everyone is frustrated by the mercurial rules, regardless of whether they favor more or less extraction. “Uncertainty is never good for the economy,” Costello said. “And it can be even worse for the environment.”

The authors maintain that the laws need to be changed so that people who don’t want to extract resources can bid for the same licenses and permits as those who do. Essentially, if bidding is allowed for use of public lands, those who favor non-use should be able to compete against traditional extractive interests. This would completely change the sector. “Rather than focusing on legislation that determines how resources get used, we can think about this as a market and let the highest values be expressed,’” Plantinga explained.

Granted, there is the possibility that people interested in extraction will have more purchase power and buy all the rights, but that’s the way the market works right now, Salzman pointed out. It may sound odd, he noted, but we need more bidders, not fewer.

The authors aren’t proposing that all public resources be opened up to bidding. They firmly believe that current protections should be kept in place. However, when public resources are offered for sale, they argue that everyone should be allowed to bid on the rights.

Opening up public lands to non-use also empowers smaller groups. Consider a community concerned about the Gunnison sage-grouse, critically endangered by habitat loss from oil and gas development. The options available right now mostly involve petitioning state and federal agencies to make sweeping changes, a task far beyond the resources of most individuals and local organizations.

“Imagine that instead of fighting endless, costly and often fruitless court battles, the same community could buy up a bunch of mineral rights, and choose not to extract the oil,” Costello said. “That would be an asset that they now own.”

Updating the laws, the researchers say, will allow the true value of public resources to be revealed in an environmental market. It will give different groups equal footing in auctions, and create a more stable, actionable path toward conservation, to the benefit of both industry and the environment.

Archaic laws prevent conservationists from bidding on public assets; experts think this should change

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Journal Reference:

  1. Bryan Leonard, Shawn Regan, Christopher Costello, Suzi Kerr, Dominic P. Parker, Andrew J. Plantinga, James Salzman, V. Kerry Smith, Temple Stoellinger. Allow “nonuse rights” to conserve natural resources. Science, 2021; 373 (6558): 958 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi4573

Tempest Williams’ experience highlights the “use it or lose it” stipulation common to many of the laws governing public resources in the U.S. and around the world: You can’t lease public resources with the intent to leave them be. A group of scientists, economists and lawyers at several universities, including UC Santa Barbara, say it’s time for this requirement to go. The authors argue their case for creating a free market in an article featured in the journal Science.

“We have 19th century laws in conflict with 21st century values,” said co-author James Salzman, Bren distinguished professor of environmental law at UC Santa Barbara.

“When our public lands laws were written in the 1800s and early 1900s, the goal was to make as much productive use of the lands as quickly as possible,” he continued. “The idea of just leaving the lands as they are was not possible. The only valid uses were extraction — logging, mining, grazing — you name it.”

Many professionals in resource management are aware of this issue, but it hasn’t reached the public ear, the authors explained. And the first step in changing the laws is for people to realize what the problem is. “The goal of this project is to say to the public, ‘Hey. This is crazy. And you should know about it,’ ” Salzman said.

An appreciation of public lands for more than their extractive value is a relatively recent phenomenon, added co-author Andrew Plantinga, an environmental economist at UCSB’s Bren School of Environmental Science & Management. The environmental movement in the 1970s saw a huge shift in public appreciation for nature.

At the same time, economists, ecologists and Earth scientists began to recognize the importance of natural benefits like biodiversity and ecosystem services. Not only are intact ecosystems important for wildlife, they discovered; these systems also provide palpable benefits to society such as clean drinking water, pest control and fish stocks, among many other things. These are all services that cost time and money to replace in the form of filtration plants, pesticides and fish hatcheries, to name a few.

There’s also been a growing interest from communities in the health of their local environment.

“Under current rules, I think many people feel powerless to make any substantive impact on those ecosystem services,” said co-author Christopher Costello, director of UCSB’s Environmental Markets Lab and Bren School professor. “The problem is, if you’re worried about wildlife conservation, oppose gas fracking in your backyard or want to keep water in the stream for fish, what do you do? There’s no way to ‘buy’ those goods like you would buy a loaf of bread or running shoes.”

There’s now a great demand for conservation, so why haven’t the rules changed with the times?

“Laws are sticky,” Salzman remarked. “Once you’ve got a law in place, you get vested interests who don’t want things to change.”

And since extraction is a prerequisite for bidding on public resources, conservationists cannot join and bid on public lands to achieve their goals. Instead, a huge component of environmental action and philanthropy in the U.S. is directed toward lobbying in the interest of changing policies and regulations.

Unfortunately, policy changes are often fickle. There’s growing exasperation over the flip-flop of environmental regulations across administrations and a desire for more durable interventions. Everyone is frustrated by the mercurial rules, regardless of whether they favor more or less extraction. “Uncertainty is never good for the economy,” Costello said. “And it can be even worse for the environment.”

The authors maintain that the laws need to be changed so that people who don’t want to extract resources can bid for the same licenses and permits as those who do. Essentially, if bidding is allowed for use of public lands, those who favor non-use should be able to compete against traditional extractive interests. This would completely change the sector. “Rather than focusing on legislation that determines how resources get used, we can think about this as a market and let the highest values be expressed,’” Plantinga explained.

Granted, there is the possibility that people interested in extraction will have more purchase power and buy all the rights, but that’s the way the market works right now, Salzman pointed out. It may sound odd, he noted, but we need more bidders, not fewer.

The authors aren’t proposing that all public resources be opened up to bidding. They firmly believe that current protections should be kept in place. However, when public resources are offered for sale, they argue that everyone should be allowed to bid on the rights.

Opening up public lands to non-use also empowers smaller groups. Consider a community concerned about the Gunnison sage-grouse, critically endangered by habitat loss from oil and gas development. The options available right now mostly involve petitioning state and federal agencies to make sweeping changes, a task far beyond the resources of most individuals and local organizations.

“Imagine that instead of fighting endless, costly and often fruitless court battles, the same community could buy up a bunch of mineral rights, and choose not to extract the oil,” Costello said. “That would be an asset that they now own.”

Updating the laws, the researchers say, will allow the true value of public resources to be revealed in an environmental market. It will give different groups equal footing in auctions, and create a more stable, actionable path toward conservation, to the benefit of both industry and the environment.

Archaic laws prevent conservationists from bidding on public assets; experts think this should change

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On the ice, Luke Tuch does not hide it: he is a bad player. He’s been doing it for a while.

Already, at 1 year and 9 months, the one who would become the 47th overall selection of the Montreal Canadiens in the 2020 draft was starting to play hockey on the rink erected by his father in his backyard, in Baldwinsville, a small village in New York State.

“I think I learned to skate before I could walk!” Says the main person on the phone, who is about to play his second season in the NCAA with Boston University. We can doubt it, but we certainly understand where he is coming from.

From a young age, Tuch was bigger and taller than the rest. And he made it feel. Probably a little too much.

“I have always had this competitive and aggressive side. Before bodychecks are allowed, I got my feet wet on a few occasions, ”laughs the fat man, who nonetheless remains a chic type, articulated outside the ice.

Hockey fans are more familiar with Luke’s brother, Alex Tuch. The same could even be said of Canadiens fans. Last summer, they saw him at work in the enemy camp, with the Vegas Golden Knights, in the semi-finals of the Stanley Cup series.

The fact that Alex was six years older than Luke contributed to the latter’s development. The pride of a competitor is increased tenfold when his everyday partner enjoys greater physical maturity. We bet hard battles have taken place in this backyard …

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Carl Tuch at The Athletic in 2020

“Every summer, we train together. He certainly pushed me to be better. I always try to be as good or better than him. ”

Ultimately, however, the two brothers do not play the same style of hockey.

“We are two completely different players. We both have a good build and a few similar tendencies on the ice, but I’m a more physical player as his game is more about speed. He established this trademark in his rookie year in Vegas.

“It’s hard to compare us. I watch each of his matches. I try to draw inspiration from a number of elements of his game. He’s always in goal and he’s good at taking the puck out of his territory. I watch this stuff, but our mentalities are still a little different. ”

Translation: there is more finesse in Alex’s game.

“He might finish the game with two or three hits, but I will have hit six or seven, illustrates Luke Tuch. I believe we will have different roles in the future, and that’s okay. ”

Six or seven hits per game? Prepare the ice packs!

A wacky scenario

The Canadiens’ selection of Tuch was met with a somewhat mixed reception in Montreal. It must be said that, for those who had not seen what he is capable of, his statistics were more or less attractive.

In his draft year, the winger had 30 points, including 15 goals, in 47 games with the US National Development Team. Not crazy numbers, you will agree. Then it must be said that the selection in the past of Michael McCarron has not given much credibility to the mentality “bigger and stronger” sometimes advocated by the organization in the draft – Brett Lernout can also serve as an example.

For his part, CH draft guru Trevor Timmins looked very happy to have been able to get hold of Tuch. Timmins swore that several teams had dropped a call to the Habs in the hope of rescuing him.

Tuch proved his organization right in 2020-2021 by having a very interesting first season in the NCAA. With 11 points, including six goals, in 16 games, he finished third in Boston University scoring at just 18, which bodes well for the future.

In their communications with Hope, the Canadiens told Tuch that they were very satisfied with his progress.

Still, it has been a bizarre year for Tuch – as it has for many other pandemic hopes. Due to COVID-19, he will have finally played fewer games against NCAA teams with Boston University than with the United States Under-18 team in the year of his draft!

“It’s a little strange situation, admits the main person concerned. I played 18 college games the season before with the American program, two more than this year in the NCAA. Physically, I was certainly ready for the next step since I had already faced North Dakota, Michigan and Cornell, all strong teams.

“But it was difficult to play so few games this season.”

Talent too

We feel that Luke Tuch is very eager to demonstrate his know-how in a full season.

The young man worked hard in the gym with a bunch of players like him from the central New York State area, namely Anthony Angello (Pittsburgh Penguins), Joel Farabee (Philadelphia Flyers), Thomas Harley (Dallas Stars), Eamon Powell (Tampa Bay Lightning) and, obviously, his brother.

At the highest level, he aspires to be a player in the mold of Jamie Benn, captain of the Stars and recipient of the Art Ross Trophy in 2015-2016. It is from his game in particular that he is inspired.

“I like his physical presence, his heavy shot. He plays like a power forward, but he’s also an effective 200-footer. I think he’s a great leader and he has a lot of skills that I want to copy. ”

You will have heard by that that Tuch does not see himself as a vulgar plumber. He feels that his offensive skills are not taken seriously enough. A feeling shared by the author of these lines.

“I think I bring a lot to the table offensively. I might not be the smartest, but power attackers are asked to score in a number of different ways. I can bring a little of everything with my talent and my size.

“I have this meanness on the ice, I’m versatile and I have a heavy shot. Many people underestimate my skills, my scoring talent. ”

Power forwards in the truest sense of the word are a rare commodity in an NHL that increasingly emphasizes speed. But Tuch doesn’t have to look too far to find the modern prototype of this specimen: he’s no stranger to Josh Anderson’s success with the Canadiens.

“I love the way he plays, he’s fast. He’s tough, he brings the puck to the net. It was impressive to see him go during the playoffs, but also the regular season, ”he notes.

And Tuch does well to stay alert to the intricacies of No.17’s game because he knows full well that he will have to move his feet quickly at the highest level.

“A big part of my training this summer revolved around my glide. I try not to dig the ice with my skates knowing that I am a big guy. I want to be more efficient by skating from one end of the surface to the other. ”

While his hockeydb profile reads 203 lbs, Tuch says he is currently swinging the scale needle at 210 lbs, a weight he considers ideal.

“I got really strong in the gym over the summer. I have certainly made a lot of progress. I feel great on the ice, I feel like I’m light on my feet. I will surely play 206, 207 lbs during the year considering the amount of training with the team. ”

Dashing

There are few things more satisfying to the hockey fan than a magnificent long mane gracefully escaping from a protective helmet. More commonly known as the “flow”. From Guy Lafleur to Jaromir Jagr, to Kristopher Letang, it belongs to the history of sport.

Could Luke Tuch bring this masterpiece to Montreal? Funny images of him at 13 as a young star in the 2016 AHL skills competition in Syracuse resurfaced after his selection by the Canadiens. We see the young man, more or less at ease, sporting long curly hair, slicked back.

“Every now and then it grows really fast. Maybe I’ll bring the flow back this year! ”Warns Tuch, laughing.

With his good sense of humor and his calm tone, the young man may well have a future in front of the camera at the end of his sports career.

“I chose a specialization in television,” he reveals. I would like to be behind the microphone after I retire. That would be pretty cool. ”

.

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On the ice, Luke Tuch does not hide it: he is a bad player. He’s been doing it for a while.

Already, at 1 year and 9 months, the one who would become the 47th overall selection of the Montreal Canadiens in the 2020 draft was starting to play hockey on the rink erected by his father in his backyard, in Baldwinsville, a small village in New York State.

“I think I learned to skate before I could walk!” Says the main person on the phone, who is about to play his second season in the NCAA with Boston University. We can doubt it, but we certainly understand where he is coming from.

From a young age, Tuch was bigger and taller than the rest. And he made it feel. Probably a little too much.

“I have always had this competitive and aggressive side. Before bodychecks are allowed, I got my feet wet on a few occasions, ”laughs the fat man, who nonetheless remains a chic type, articulated outside the ice.

Hockey fans are more familiar with Luke’s brother, Alex Tuch. The same could even be said of Canadiens fans. Last summer, they saw him at work in the enemy camp, with the Vegas Golden Knights, in the semi-finals of the Stanley Cup series.

The fact that Alex was six years older than Luke contributed to the latter’s development. The pride of a competitor is increased tenfold when his everyday partner enjoys greater physical maturity. We bet hard battles have taken place in this backyard …

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Carl Tuch at The Athletic in 2020

“Every summer, we train together. He certainly pushed me to be better. I always try to be as good or better than him. ”

Ultimately, however, the two brothers do not play the same style of hockey.

“We are two completely different players. We both have a good build and a few similar tendencies on the ice, but I’m a more physical player as his game is more about speed. He established this trademark in his rookie year in Vegas.

“It’s hard to compare us. I watch each of his matches. I try to draw inspiration from a number of elements of his game. He’s always in goal and he’s good at taking the puck out of his territory. I watch this stuff, but our mentalities are still a little different. ”

Translation: there is more finesse in Alex’s game.

“He might finish the game with two or three hits, but I will have hit six or seven, illustrates Luke Tuch. I believe we will have different roles in the future, and that’s okay. ”

Six or seven hits per game? Prepare the ice packs!

A wacky scenario

The Canadiens’ selection of Tuch was met with a somewhat mixed reception in Montreal. It must be said that, for those who had not seen what he is capable of, his statistics were more or less attractive.

In his draft year, the winger had 30 points, including 15 goals, in 47 games with the US National Development Team. Not crazy numbers, you will agree. Then it must be said that the selection in the past of Michael McCarron has not given much credibility to the mentality “bigger and stronger” sometimes advocated by the organization in the draft – Brett Lernout can also serve as an example.

For his part, CH draft guru Trevor Timmins looked very happy to have been able to get hold of Tuch. Timmins swore that several teams had dropped a call to the Habs in the hope of rescuing him.

Tuch proved his organization right in 2020-2021 by having a very interesting first season in the NCAA. With 11 points, including six goals, in 16 games, he finished third in Boston University scoring at just 18, which bodes well for the future.

In their communications with Hope, the Canadiens told Tuch that they were very satisfied with his progress.

Still, it has been a bizarre year for Tuch – as it has for many other pandemic hopes. Due to COVID-19, he will have finally played fewer games against NCAA teams with Boston University than with the United States Under-18 team in the year of his draft!

“It’s a little strange situation, admits the main person concerned. I played 18 college games the season before with the American program, two more than this year in the NCAA. Physically, I was certainly ready for the next step since I had already faced North Dakota, Michigan and Cornell, all strong teams.

“But it was difficult to play so few games this season.”

Talent too

We feel that Luke Tuch is very eager to demonstrate his know-how in a full season.

The young man worked hard in the gym with a bunch of players like him from the central New York State area, namely Anthony Angello (Pittsburgh Penguins), Joel Farabee (Philadelphia Flyers), Thomas Harley (Dallas Stars), Eamon Powell (Tampa Bay Lightning) and, obviously, his brother.

At the highest level, he aspires to be a player in the mold of Jamie Benn, captain of the Stars and recipient of the Art Ross Trophy in 2015-2016. It is from his game in particular that he is inspired.

“I like his physical presence, his heavy shot. He plays like a power forward, but he’s also an effective 200-footer. I think he’s a great leader and he has a lot of skills that I want to copy. ”

You will have heard by that that Tuch does not see himself as a vulgar plumber. He feels that his offensive skills are not taken seriously enough. A feeling shared by the author of these lines.

“I think I bring a lot to the table offensively. I might not be the smartest, but power attackers are asked to score in a number of different ways. I can bring a little of everything with my talent and my size.

“I have this meanness on the ice, I’m versatile and I have a heavy shot. Many people underestimate my skills, my scoring talent. ”

Power forwards in the truest sense of the word are a rare commodity in an NHL that increasingly emphasizes speed. But Tuch doesn’t have to look too far to find the modern prototype of this specimen: he’s no stranger to Josh Anderson’s success with the Canadiens.

“I love the way he plays, he’s fast. He’s tough, he brings the puck to the net. It was impressive to see him go during the playoffs, but also the regular season, ”he notes.

And Tuch does well to stay alert to the intricacies of No.17’s game because he knows full well that he will have to move his feet quickly at the highest level.

“A big part of my training this summer revolved around my glide. I try not to dig the ice with my skates knowing that I am a big guy. I want to be more efficient by skating from one end of the surface to the other. ”

While his hockeydb profile reads 203 lbs, Tuch says he is currently swinging the scale needle at 210 lbs, a weight he considers ideal.

“I got really strong in the gym over the summer. I have certainly made a lot of progress. I feel great on the ice, I feel like I’m light on my feet. I will surely play 206, 207 lbs during the year considering the amount of training with the team. ”

Dashing

There are few things more satisfying to the hockey fan than a magnificent long mane gracefully escaping from a protective helmet. More commonly known as the “flow”. From Guy Lafleur to Jaromir Jagr, to Kristopher Letang, it belongs to the history of sport.

Could Luke Tuch bring this masterpiece to Montreal? Funny images of him at 13 as a young star in the 2016 AHL skills competition in Syracuse resurfaced after his selection by the Canadiens. We see the young man, more or less at ease, sporting long curly hair, slicked back.

“Every now and then it grows really fast. Maybe I’ll bring the flow back this year! ”Warns Tuch, laughing.

With his good sense of humor and his calm tone, the young man may well have a future in front of the camera at the end of his sports career.

“I chose a specialization in television,” he reveals. I would like to be behind the microphone after I retire. That would be pretty cool. ”

.

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Summer is slowly coming to an end and, while temperatures are already drastically dropping to the chagrin of some, others are gearing up for the busiest release time of the year. Here are the most promising games of the coming month to start:

WRC 10 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 2 septembre

To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the World Rally Championship, KT Racing and Nacon are reinventing the WRC in their own way. WRC 10 is the first version of this redesign with among other things in story mode, new features for career mode including the ability to create your own team and customize your cars.

Our test will be offered to you tomorrow morning, around 10 a.m.

Sonic Colors : Ultimate (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 7 Septembre

To continue with the birthdays, this time it is the blue hedgehog in question. Its thirtieth candle is the opportunity to reissue one of the best iterations of the 2010s for the saga: Sonic Colors. Originally released in 2010 for the Wii, Sonic Colors was a real breath of fresh air for the license, which was in the hot seat at the time. This old classic has been updated with improved visuals and it will also be its debut on PlayStation and Xbox.

Life is Strange : True Colors (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch, Stadia) – 10 septembre

Moving away from previous Life is Strange installments, True Colors (read our impressions), developed by Deck Nine Games centers around a brand new protagonist, Alex Chen. Alex has the ability to absorb the emotions of others and True Colors tells her story as she just arrived in the town of Haven Springs to investigate the mysterious death of her brother.

NBA 2K22 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 10 septembre

If sports games are unfortunately famous for not offering real innovations each year, Visual Concepts and 2K want to prove us the opposite with this NBA 2K22. This will be the second installment in the series integrating the WNBA, and it will offer extensive improvements to the systems for challenging shots, counters and signature hits.

Tales of Arise (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 10 septembre

The very long series of Tales is back in force with its latest opus, Tales of Arise (read our preview). With completely revised graphics, the mysterious masked protagonist armed with his flaming sword will once again fight a tyrant in this iteration which promises to be the most visually impressive of the saga.

Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!

WarioWare : Get it Together! (Switch) – 10 septembre

It’s been a long time since Wario got his own game, but luckily WarioWare is back. Containing more than 200 micro games playable alone or with others, Get it Together! will test the limits of your Joy-Cons as you scramble to escape this hell of minigames.

Deathloop (PC, PS5) – 14 septembre

Arkane Lyon’s brand new title is complex (read our impressions here). Taking us to the island of Blackreef in a retro-futuristic universe, we are asked to eliminate 8 targets in a single day and solve a time loop. While Deathloop prides itself on its fluid combat, it won’t require any less careful preparation to figure out how best to break the loop.

Kena : Bridge of Spirits (PC, PS4, PS5) – 21 septembre

After her first appearance at a State of Play last year, we look forward to Kena. Featuring stunning visual quality and dynamic combat, this PlayStation exclusive follows Kena’s story as she assembles a small army of lovable spirits to help her explore this mystical world.

Diablo II : Resurrected (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 23 septembre

Diablo fans have good reason to celebrate. Not only are Diablo IV and Diablo Immortals set to release soon, September will help fill the gap with this Diablo II: Resurrected. This is a remaster of the cult RPG offering modern features and graphics without forgetting the full content of the original game but also its Lord of Destruction expansion.

Lost Judgement (PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 24 septembre

The Yakuza series spin-off took us all by surprise when it was released in 2018 and we can’t wait to see what its sequel has in store for us. Lost Judgment will tell how Yagami, once again in the role of defense attorney, must investigate the murder and sexual assault allegations against a celebrity.

Hot Wheels Unleashed (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 30 septembre

Milestone is a rather well-known name in the world of motorized simulations, especially for MotoGP and Ride. If the studio had stuck to two wheels until then, things will soon change because their next title is none other than Hot Wheels Unleashed, which will offer a range of small cult cars, and others more offbeat.

Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!

Rendezvous now in four weeks to see what the always very rich month of October will have to offer us this year …

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Summer is slowly coming to an end and, while temperatures are already drastically dropping to the chagrin of some, others are gearing up for the busiest release time of the year. Here are the most promising games of the coming month to start:

WRC 10 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 2 septembre

To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the World Rally Championship, KT Racing and Nacon are reinventing the WRC in their own way. WRC 10 is the first version of this redesign with among other things in story mode, new features for career mode including the ability to create your own team and customize your cars.

Our test will be offered to you tomorrow morning, around 10 a.m.

Sonic Colors : Ultimate (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 7 Septembre

To continue with the birthdays, this time it is the blue hedgehog in question. Its thirtieth candle is the opportunity to reissue one of the best iterations of the 2010s for the saga: Sonic Colors. Originally released in 2010 for the Wii, Sonic Colors was a real breath of fresh air for the license, which was in the hot seat at the time. This old classic has been updated with improved visuals and it will also be its debut on PlayStation and Xbox.

Life is Strange : True Colors (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch, Stadia) – 10 septembre

Moving away from previous Life is Strange installments, True Colors (read our impressions), developed by Deck Nine Games centers around a brand new protagonist, Alex Chen. Alex has the ability to absorb the emotions of others and True Colors tells her story as she just arrived in the town of Haven Springs to investigate the mysterious death of her brother.

NBA 2K22 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 10 septembre

If sports games are unfortunately famous for not offering real innovations each year, Visual Concepts and 2K want to prove us the opposite with this NBA 2K22. This will be the second installment in the series integrating the WNBA, and it will offer extensive improvements to the systems for challenging shots, counters and signature hits.

Tales of Arise (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 10 septembre

The very long series of Tales is back in force with its latest opus, Tales of Arise (read our preview). With completely revised graphics, the mysterious masked protagonist armed with his flaming sword will once again fight a tyrant in this iteration which promises to be the most visually impressive of the saga.

Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!

WarioWare : Get it Together! (Switch) – 10 septembre

It’s been a long time since Wario got his own game, but luckily WarioWare is back. Containing more than 200 micro games playable alone or with others, Get it Together! will test the limits of your Joy-Cons as you scramble to escape this hell of minigames.

Deathloop (PC, PS5) – 14 septembre

Arkane Lyon’s brand new title is complex (read our impressions here). Taking us to the island of Blackreef in a retro-futuristic universe, we are asked to eliminate 8 targets in a single day and solve a time loop. While Deathloop prides itself on its fluid combat, it won’t require any less careful preparation to figure out how best to break the loop.

Kena : Bridge of Spirits (PC, PS4, PS5) – 21 septembre

After her first appearance at a State of Play last year, we look forward to Kena. Featuring stunning visual quality and dynamic combat, this PlayStation exclusive follows Kena’s story as she assembles a small army of lovable spirits to help her explore this mystical world.

Diablo II : Resurrected (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 23 septembre

Diablo fans have good reason to celebrate. Not only are Diablo IV and Diablo Immortals set to release soon, September will help fill the gap with this Diablo II: Resurrected. This is a remaster of the cult RPG offering modern features and graphics without forgetting the full content of the original game but also its Lord of Destruction expansion.

Lost Judgement (PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 24 septembre

The Yakuza series spin-off took us all by surprise when it was released in 2018 and we can’t wait to see what its sequel has in store for us. Lost Judgment will tell how Yagami, once again in the role of defense attorney, must investigate the murder and sexual assault allegations against a celebrity.

Hot Wheels Unleashed (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – 30 septembre

Milestone is a rather well-known name in the world of motorized simulations, especially for MotoGP and Ride. If the studio had stuck to two wheels until then, things will soon change because their next title is none other than Hot Wheels Unleashed, which will offer a range of small cult cars, and others more offbeat.

Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!Deathloop, WarioWare, NBA 2K22 ... The games not to be missed in September!

Rendezvous now in four weeks to see what the always very rich month of October will have to offer us this year …

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IGN invites you to discover exclusively Resident Evil : Welcome to Raccoon City, which Screen Gems presents not as a reboot or a remake of its film franchise but rather as the origin story of the Capcom games. Check out the three exclusive images below to see new big-screen versions of Clair Redfield, Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Leon S. Kennedy, Albert Wesker, and other characters players will recognize.

The upcoming film, written and directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Strangers: Prey at Night), is based on the first two Resident Evil games. The film tells how Raccoon City, from an industrial town to a dying town in the Midwest, became the starting point of the T virus epidemic.

In a new exclusive interview with IGN, Roberts explains the differences between his movie Resident Evil and previous films with Milla Jovovich, and how his cinematic approach draws inspiration not only from Capcom games, but genre films of the old days as well. school :

“This movie really had nothing to do with the previous franchise. It was about going back to the games and creating a storyline more akin to the horror movie than the action sci-fi of the previous films. I was very influenced, especially by the remake of the second game, and I really wanted to capture the atmosphere imbued with the tone it had. It was so cinematic. The previous films were very bright and shiny while this one is dark and spooky, shot entirely at night. It rains constantly and the city is shrouded in mist … I have been enormously influenced by films like The Exorcist (including The Exorcist 3!), Don’t Look Now and The Shining. You can really feel the texture in this movie. Nothing in this city is hi-tech. One has the impression that it is dilapidated. I wanted Raccoon City to look a bit like Deer Hunter Town, a ghost town forgotten by the rest of the world. And the whole structure of the film was certainly very influenced by Assault on Precinct 13. “

Our exclusive first image from the film reveals a first glimpse of Kaya Scodelario as Claire Redfield and Avan Jogia as Leon S. Kennedy. You will notice that Leon is wearing his police uniform, as was his job at the time of the destruction of Raccoon City.

In Resident Evil 2, Leon and Claire Redfield, sister of STARS agent Chris Redfield (played in this movie by Arrowverse’s Robbie Amell), are among the few people who have ventured into Raccoon City after the outbreak. They ended up crossing paths with Raccoon City Police Chief Brian Irons, played in this movie by Gotham’s Donal Logue.

“The difference of this film compared to the previous ones is that it is a set where each of the main characters has enormous importance for the narrative. It’s not just cosplay characters who have the same hair and costumes as the characters, ”said Roberts. “It was extremely important, throughout the casting process, to find people who embodied the spirit and energy of the characters I wanted to portray. I think a lot of times in game adaptations one of the big flaws is just casting someone who visually looks like the characters (giving them the same hairstyle and clothes) but not really trying to giving audiences what a movie does better than a game, which is to create a three-dimensional character that you can really relate to and believe in. “

Roberts recalls the particularly difficult search for the right actor to play Leon S. Kennedy: “We must have seen so many people – it was really a pretty delicate role because of the balance between humor and weariness. Then Avan did a read and I thought it was the right one! He understood the character. “

The second exclusive Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City image we have for IGN shows, left to right, Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Brad Vickers (Nathan Dales), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen) and Chris Redfield ( Robbie Amell) roaming the Spencer Mansion, which Roberts once described to us as “creepy as f * ck” in his movie.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City - Exclusive First Look Photos
From left to right: Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Brad Vickers (Nathan Dales), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), and Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell).

“I wanted to go back to horror. I wanted scares and atmosphere rather than straightforward action, ”Roberts told IGN, comparing what sets Welcome to Raccoon City apart from previous Resident Evil movies. “I think fans of the game felt the same. They wanted to see the iconic characters and locations and feel that the movie was more in tune with the Resident Evil game universe, which is why we chose to go that route. We worked hand-in-hand with Capcom on this film, so much so that we got the blueprints of the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon Police Station from them to recreate them as perfectly as possible. We even have the same designs on the walls of the mansion. Capcom saw it for the first time the other day and was so happy and excited. “

The last image we can exclusively reveal from Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City depicts Lisa Trevor, played in the film by Marina Mazepa. In the games, Lisa is the daughter of the architect of the Spencer Mansion in Raccoon Forest who went missing on a walk. Umbrella scientists working in the Arklay Lab near the Spencer Mansion have been experimenting on Lisa for years, including exposing her to many viruses.

These grisly experiments on Lisa allowed Umbrella to discover the Nemesis Tyrant and the G Virus, but they also turned Lisa into a deranged monstrosity. One of the scientists who experimented on her is Dr William Birkin, played in Welcome to Raccoon City by Neal McDonough.

“Lisa Trevor actually has a pretty central role in the film. I was always fascinated by her when I played the remake of the first game. I found her character both disturbing and strangely haunting, ”Roberts told IGN. “When we talked about how to bring this story to life, that was one of the things I really wanted to bring out, as it never appeared in any of the filmed versions of Resident Evil. I wanted her to be a three-dimensional character and not just a creepy specter. We picked Marina Mazepa, who had just played Malignant for James Wan, and who worked hard to bring this character to life in a way that I think fans will love a lot. It is terrifying but also tragic. In the movie, we really tie her back to the Claire Redfield story, starting with the orphanage where Claire grew up. “

Lisa Trevor, played by Marina Mazepa.

Fans of the games should know that Capcom was involved in the development and designs of the film. “We worked closely with Capcom. Every character and creature comes from the game and as such I wanted to be as faithful as possible. I wanted to create a real sense of immersion for the fans, ”says Roberts. “But that’s also what turned out to be the most difficult in adapting intellectual property of this type, because I didn’t want to just transpose the game to the screen: it had to be a work in its own right, with characters and living creatures (and, of course, zombies!) who are loyal to the world. “

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will hit theaters on November 24, 2021 in France.

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IGN invites you to discover exclusively Resident Evil : Welcome to Raccoon City, which Screen Gems presents not as a reboot or a remake of its film franchise but rather as the origin story of the Capcom games. Check out the three exclusive images below to see new big-screen versions of Clair Redfield, Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, Leon S. Kennedy, Albert Wesker, and other characters players will recognize.

The upcoming film, written and directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Strangers: Prey at Night), is based on the first two Resident Evil games. The film tells how Raccoon City, from an industrial town to a dying town in the Midwest, became the starting point of the T virus epidemic.

In a new exclusive interview with IGN, Roberts explains the differences between his movie Resident Evil and previous films with Milla Jovovich, and how his cinematic approach draws inspiration not only from Capcom games, but genre films of the old days as well. school :

“This movie really had nothing to do with the previous franchise. It was about going back to the games and creating a storyline more akin to the horror movie than the action sci-fi of the previous films. I was very influenced, especially by the remake of the second game, and I really wanted to capture the atmosphere imbued with the tone it had. It was so cinematic. The previous films were very bright and shiny while this one is dark and spooky, shot entirely at night. It rains constantly and the city is shrouded in mist … I have been enormously influenced by films like The Exorcist (including The Exorcist 3!), Don’t Look Now and The Shining. You can really feel the texture in this movie. Nothing in this city is hi-tech. One has the impression that it is dilapidated. I wanted Raccoon City to look a bit like Deer Hunter Town, a ghost town forgotten by the rest of the world. And the whole structure of the film was certainly very influenced by Assault on Precinct 13. “

Our exclusive first image from the film reveals a first glimpse of Kaya Scodelario as Claire Redfield and Avan Jogia as Leon S. Kennedy. You will notice that Leon is wearing his police uniform, as was his job at the time of the destruction of Raccoon City.

In Resident Evil 2, Leon and Claire Redfield, sister of STARS agent Chris Redfield (played in this movie by Arrowverse’s Robbie Amell), are among the few people who have ventured into Raccoon City after the outbreak. They ended up crossing paths with Raccoon City Police Chief Brian Irons, played in this movie by Gotham’s Donal Logue.

“The difference of this film compared to the previous ones is that it is a set where each of the main characters has enormous importance for the narrative. It’s not just cosplay characters who have the same hair and costumes as the characters, ”said Roberts. “It was extremely important, throughout the casting process, to find people who embodied the spirit and energy of the characters I wanted to portray. I think a lot of times in game adaptations one of the big flaws is just casting someone who visually looks like the characters (giving them the same hairstyle and clothes) but not really trying to giving audiences what a movie does better than a game, which is to create a three-dimensional character that you can really relate to and believe in. “

Roberts recalls the particularly difficult search for the right actor to play Leon S. Kennedy: “We must have seen so many people – it was really a pretty delicate role because of the balance between humor and weariness. Then Avan did a read and I thought it was the right one! He understood the character. “

The second exclusive Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City image we have for IGN shows, left to right, Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Brad Vickers (Nathan Dales), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen) and Chris Redfield ( Robbie Amell) roaming the Spencer Mansion, which Roberts once described to us as “creepy as f * ck” in his movie.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City - Exclusive First Look Photos
From left to right: Albert Wesker (Tom Hopper), Brad Vickers (Nathan Dales), Jill Valentine (Hannah John-Kamen), and Chris Redfield (Robbie Amell).

“I wanted to go back to horror. I wanted scares and atmosphere rather than straightforward action, ”Roberts told IGN, comparing what sets Welcome to Raccoon City apart from previous Resident Evil movies. “I think fans of the game felt the same. They wanted to see the iconic characters and locations and feel that the movie was more in tune with the Resident Evil game universe, which is why we chose to go that route. We worked hand-in-hand with Capcom on this film, so much so that we got the blueprints of the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon Police Station from them to recreate them as perfectly as possible. We even have the same designs on the walls of the mansion. Capcom saw it for the first time the other day and was so happy and excited. “

The last image we can exclusively reveal from Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City depicts Lisa Trevor, played in the film by Marina Mazepa. In the games, Lisa is the daughter of the architect of the Spencer Mansion in Raccoon Forest who went missing on a walk. Umbrella scientists working in the Arklay Lab near the Spencer Mansion have been experimenting on Lisa for years, including exposing her to many viruses.

These grisly experiments on Lisa allowed Umbrella to discover the Nemesis Tyrant and the G Virus, but they also turned Lisa into a deranged monstrosity. One of the scientists who experimented on her is Dr William Birkin, played in Welcome to Raccoon City by Neal McDonough.

“Lisa Trevor actually has a pretty central role in the film. I was always fascinated by her when I played the remake of the first game. I found her character both disturbing and strangely haunting, ”Roberts told IGN. “When we talked about how to bring this story to life, that was one of the things I really wanted to bring out, as it never appeared in any of the filmed versions of Resident Evil. I wanted her to be a three-dimensional character and not just a creepy specter. We picked Marina Mazepa, who had just played Malignant for James Wan, and who worked hard to bring this character to life in a way that I think fans will love a lot. It is terrifying but also tragic. In the movie, we really tie her back to the Claire Redfield story, starting with the orphanage where Claire grew up. “

Lisa Trevor, played by Marina Mazepa.

Fans of the games should know that Capcom was involved in the development and designs of the film. “We worked closely with Capcom. Every character and creature comes from the game and as such I wanted to be as faithful as possible. I wanted to create a real sense of immersion for the fans, ”says Roberts. “But that’s also what turned out to be the most difficult in adapting intellectual property of this type, because I didn’t want to just transpose the game to the screen: it had to be a work in its own right, with characters and living creatures (and, of course, zombies!) who are loyal to the world. “

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will hit theaters on November 24, 2021 in France.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630334657) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(103) "La Spezia Summer Festival, 14 thousand people at events including jazz, theater and great Italian music" ["link"]=> string(148) "https://redhatbeauty.com/lifestyle/2021/08/30/la-spezia-summer-festival-14-thousand-people-at-events-including-jazz-theater-and-great-italian-music/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Peter Crossley" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 30 Aug 2021 14:43:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(86) "LifestyleeventsfestivalgreatIncludingItalianJazzmusicpeopleSpeziaSummertheaterthousand" ["guid"]=> string(148) "https://redhatbeauty.com/lifestyle/2021/08/30/la-spezia-summer-festival-14-thousand-people-at-events-including-jazz-theater-and-great-italian-music/" ["description"]=> string(99) "Great public success for La Spezia Summer Festival which ended with the extraordinary success of..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3045) "

Great public success for La Spezia Summer Festival which ended with the extraordinary success of “Don’t wake the spectator” with the talented and eclectic Lino Guanciale paid homage to the life and works of Ennio Flaiano, with the direction and musical accompaniment of Davide Cavuti.

“An unprecedented overwhelmingly successful summer, also given the extraordinary organizational effort for anti-Covid security conditions – declares the mayor of La Spezia Pierluigi Peracchini Over 14 thousand people attended the International Jazz Festival, concerts of great Italian music and summer theater shows: a success that saw the participation of La Spezia locals and tourists who, with great collaboration given the health situation, responded with enthusiasm to all the cultural offers that the Administration has put in place. If all this was possible it was only thanks to an important teamwork with all the municipal staff involved, with the technical and security services, working day and night for the citizens. A heartfelt thanks also to the two artistic directors, one of the Jazz Festival, Lorenzo Cimino, and the other of the Spezia Estate Festival, Alessandro Maggi, and to all the sponsors who supported and believed in a summer in La Spezia that had the ambition to be, really, the strong and concrete signal of the restart ».

In total, almost 5200 spectators attended the 16 shows on the bill: “My thanks go first of all to those who made the exhibition possible – underlines the artistic director Alessandro Maggi – to the municipal administration of La Spezia and to the Mayor Peracchini, to the sponsors, to the organizational and technical staff, to the journalists. Thanks to the wonderful audience who spent so many evenings in Piazza Europa. The established programming is proof that many different audiences come together and come out of their segmentations, legitimizing quality theater. It was a wonderful start over, in the hope of continuing this mutual need to meet again between the public and the artists ».

Starting from last July 19th the stage in Piazza Europa saw the alternation of big names in the theater and research companies: in addition to Lino Guanciale, Flavio Albanese, Sergio Rubini, Glauco Mauri and Roberto Sturno, Riccardo Buffonini with the Eco di Fondo Company, Edoardo Leo, Alessio Boni and Marcello Prayer, Chiara Francini and Andrea Argentieri, Alberto Fasoli, the choreographer Alessandra Panzavolta with Mediterranean Dance Company, Paolo Rossi, Beatrice Schiros with Nove Teatro and Mario Perrotta. Space also for local artists: Battiato Libero, Mitilanti, Roberto Alinghieri.

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Great public success for La Spezia Summer Festival which ended with the extraordinary success of “Don’t wake the spectator” with the talented and eclectic Lino Guanciale paid homage to the life and works of Ennio Flaiano, with the direction and musical accompaniment of Davide Cavuti.

“An unprecedented overwhelmingly successful summer, also given the extraordinary organizational effort for anti-Covid security conditions – declares the mayor of La Spezia Pierluigi Peracchini Over 14 thousand people attended the International Jazz Festival, concerts of great Italian music and summer theater shows: a success that saw the participation of La Spezia locals and tourists who, with great collaboration given the health situation, responded with enthusiasm to all the cultural offers that the Administration has put in place. If all this was possible it was only thanks to an important teamwork with all the municipal staff involved, with the technical and security services, working day and night for the citizens. A heartfelt thanks also to the two artistic directors, one of the Jazz Festival, Lorenzo Cimino, and the other of the Spezia Estate Festival, Alessandro Maggi, and to all the sponsors who supported and believed in a summer in La Spezia that had the ambition to be, really, the strong and concrete signal of the restart ».

In total, almost 5200 spectators attended the 16 shows on the bill: “My thanks go first of all to those who made the exhibition possible – underlines the artistic director Alessandro Maggi – to the municipal administration of La Spezia and to the Mayor Peracchini, to the sponsors, to the organizational and technical staff, to the journalists. Thanks to the wonderful audience who spent so many evenings in Piazza Europa. The established programming is proof that many different audiences come together and come out of their segmentations, legitimizing quality theater. It was a wonderful start over, in the hope of continuing this mutual need to meet again between the public and the artists ».

Starting from last July 19th the stage in Piazza Europa saw the alternation of big names in the theater and research companies: in addition to Lino Guanciale, Flavio Albanese, Sergio Rubini, Glauco Mauri and Roberto Sturno, Riccardo Buffonini with the Eco di Fondo Company, Edoardo Leo, Alessio Boni and Marcello Prayer, Chiara Francini and Andrea Argentieri, Alberto Fasoli, the choreographer Alessandra Panzavolta with Mediterranean Dance Company, Paolo Rossi, Beatrice Schiros with Nove Teatro and Mario Perrotta. Space also for local artists: Battiato Libero, Mitilanti, Roberto Alinghieri.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630334588) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(82) "Cool new technique allows easier measurements of key particle property – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(135) "https://redhatbeauty.com/health-science-news/2021/08/30/cool-new-technique-allows-easier-measurements-of-key-particle-property-novlink/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 30 Aug 2021 14:14:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(135) "https://redhatbeauty.com/health-science-news/2021/08/30/cool-new-technique-allows-easier-measurements-of-key-particle-property-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(96) "Journal Reference: M. Bohman, V. Grunhofer, C. Smorra, M. Wiesinger, C. Will, M. J. Borchert,..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5577) "

Journal Reference:

  1. M. Bohman, V. Grunhofer, C. Smorra, M. Wiesinger, C. Will, M. J. Borchert, J. A. Devlin, S. Erlewein, M. Fleck, S. Gavranovic, J. Harrington, B. Latacz, A. Mooser, D. Popper, E. Wursten, K. Blaum, Y. Matsuda, C. Ospelkaus, W. Quint, J. Walz, S. Ulmer. Sympathetic cooling of a trapped proton mediated by an LC circuit. Nature, 2021; 596 (7873): 514 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-03784-w

Our universe should, under the standard model, have equal amounts of matter and antimatter, but in reality it does not. To find out why, scientists around the world are trying to discover tiny differences between the two that could solve the mystery. One promising avenue is to explore whether there are differences in the magnetic moment of the proton and antiproton, and the BASE experiment, based at CERN, is trying to determine this. Using a sophisticated device — a Penning trap capable of capturing and detecting a single particle — the BASE team in the past was able to improve the precision of proton and antiproton magnetic moment measurements by a factor of thirty and by more than three orders of magnitude, respectively, leading to a test of matter/antimatter symmetry at the level of 1.5 parts in a billion, finding essentially that the magnets in the proton and the antiproton are similar to nine significant figures!

One difficulty — among many — in carrying out such experiments is that to measure the magnetic moments precisely, the particles need to be kept at temperatures close to absolute zero, -273.15°C. In previous experiments the cold temperatures were prepared by using a technique known as “selective resistive cooling,” which is time-consuming and, according to the researchers, “similar to throwing a dice with 100 faces, trying to roll a 1.”

For the current experiment, published in Nature, the BASE collaboration reported the first ever demonstration of “sympathetic cooling” of a single proton by coupling the particle to a cloud of laser-cooled 9Be+ ions. Sympathetic cooling involves using lasers or other devices to cool one type of particle, and then using those particles to transfer the heat of the particle they wish to cool. With this technique, the group simultaneously cooled a resonant mode of a macroscopic superconducting tuned circuit with laser-cooled ions, and also achieved the sympathetic cooling of a single trapped proton, reaching temperatures close to absolute zero.

The technique described in the recent paper is an important first step towards a considerable reduction of faces on the dice-manifold, with the vision of ideally reducing the surface to just one. “We are reporting an important first step, and the further development of this method will ultimately lead to an ideal spin-flip experiment, in which a single low-temperature proton will be prepared within just a few seconds. This will allow us to determine the particle’s spin state in just one measurement that takes about a minute,” says Christian Smorra, one of the scientists leading the study. “This is considerably faster than our previous magnetic moment measurements, and will improve both sampling statistics and the resolution of our systematic studies,” adds Matthew Bohman, a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for nuclear Physics, Heidelberg and the first author of the study.

“In addition, the reported achievement has applications not only in proton/antiproton magnetic moment measurements. It adds general new technology to the tool-box of precision Penning-trap physics, and also has potential applications in other nuclear magnetic moment measurements, ultra-precise comparisons of charge-to-mass ratios in Penning traps, or even in enhancing the production of antihydrogen,” adds Stefan Ulmer, spokesperson of the BASE collaboration and chief scientist at RIKEN Fundamental Symmetries Laboratory.

The BASE collaboration operates three experiments, one at the antimatter factory of CERN, one at the University of Hannover, and one at the University of Mainz, the laboratory where the new method was actually implemented. The reported study is a result of the joint collaboration between RIKEN, the German Max Planck Society, the Universities of Mainz, Hannover and Tokyo, the German metrology institute PTB, CERN, and GSI Darmstadt. The work was supported by the Max Planck, RIKEN, PTB center for time, constants and fundamental symmetries.

Cool new technique allows easier measurements of key particle property

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Journal Reference:

  1. M. Bohman, V. Grunhofer, C. Smorra, M. Wiesinger, C. Will, M. J. Borchert, J. A. Devlin, S. Erlewein, M. Fleck, S. Gavranovic, J. Harrington, B. Latacz, A. Mooser, D. Popper, E. Wursten, K. Blaum, Y. Matsuda, C. Ospelkaus, W. Quint, J. Walz, S. Ulmer. Sympathetic cooling of a trapped proton mediated by an LC circuit. Nature, 2021; 596 (7873): 514 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-03784-w

Our universe should, under the standard model, have equal amounts of matter and antimatter, but in reality it does not. To find out why, scientists around the world are trying to discover tiny differences between the two that could solve the mystery. One promising avenue is to explore whether there are differences in the magnetic moment of the proton and antiproton, and the BASE experiment, based at CERN, is trying to determine this. Using a sophisticated device — a Penning trap capable of capturing and detecting a single particle — the BASE team in the past was able to improve the precision of proton and antiproton magnetic moment measurements by a factor of thirty and by more than three orders of magnitude, respectively, leading to a test of matter/antimatter symmetry at the level of 1.5 parts in a billion, finding essentially that the magnets in the proton and the antiproton are similar to nine significant figures!

One difficulty — among many — in carrying out such experiments is that to measure the magnetic moments precisely, the particles need to be kept at temperatures close to absolute zero, -273.15°C. In previous experiments the cold temperatures were prepared by using a technique known as “selective resistive cooling,” which is time-consuming and, according to the researchers, “similar to throwing a dice with 100 faces, trying to roll a 1.”

For the current experiment, published in Nature, the BASE collaboration reported the first ever demonstration of “sympathetic cooling” of a single proton by coupling the particle to a cloud of laser-cooled 9Be+ ions. Sympathetic cooling involves using lasers or other devices to cool one type of particle, and then using those particles to transfer the heat of the particle they wish to cool. With this technique, the group simultaneously cooled a resonant mode of a macroscopic superconducting tuned circuit with laser-cooled ions, and also achieved the sympathetic cooling of a single trapped proton, reaching temperatures close to absolute zero.

The technique described in the recent paper is an important first step towards a considerable reduction of faces on the dice-manifold, with the vision of ideally reducing the surface to just one. “We are reporting an important first step, and the further development of this method will ultimately lead to an ideal spin-flip experiment, in which a single low-temperature proton will be prepared within just a few seconds. This will allow us to determine the particle’s spin state in just one measurement that takes about a minute,” says Christian Smorra, one of the scientists leading the study. “This is considerably faster than our previous magnetic moment measurements, and will improve both sampling statistics and the resolution of our systematic studies,” adds Matthew Bohman, a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for nuclear Physics, Heidelberg and the first author of the study.

“In addition, the reported achievement has applications not only in proton/antiproton magnetic moment measurements. It adds general new technology to the tool-box of precision Penning-trap physics, and also has potential applications in other nuclear magnetic moment measurements, ultra-precise comparisons of charge-to-mass ratios in Penning traps, or even in enhancing the production of antihydrogen,” adds Stefan Ulmer, spokesperson of the BASE collaboration and chief scientist at RIKEN Fundamental Symmetries Laboratory.

The BASE collaboration operates three experiments, one at the antimatter factory of CERN, one at the University of Hannover, and one at the University of Mainz, the laboratory where the new method was actually implemented. The reported study is a result of the joint collaboration between RIKEN, the German Max Planck Society, the Universities of Mainz, Hannover and Tokyo, the German metrology institute PTB, CERN, and GSI Darmstadt. The work was supported by the Max Planck, RIKEN, PTB center for time, constants and fundamental symmetries.

Cool new technique allows easier measurements of key particle property

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