Dana White reveals new talks with Khabib Nurmagomedov: ‘I have a feeling he might go for 30-0’

It appears Khabib Nurmagomedov’s retirement may be short-lived. This past Saturday following a second-round submission win over Justin Gaethje in the UFC 254 main event, the undefeated Russian laid his gloves down in the center of the octagon and announced that he was calling it a career. After earning a 29-0 record, Nurmagomedov said he […]

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Scientists uncover proteins essential for memory B cell survival

Signals from two key proteins are essential for the survival of our ‘immunological memory’, according to new research from scientists at the Francis Crick Institute, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. Memory B cells are long-lived cells that confer immunological memory by providing rapid and robust antibody responses to infections our body has seen […]

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Sustainable investing advocates hope for friendlier U.S. rules if Biden wins

Progressive groups and investors hope Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden can win on Tuesday and quickly end Trump administration rules that stifle their ability to pick stocks using environmental, social or governance factors, setting up a renewed fight with corporate groups that backed the changes. More than a dozen lobbyists, investors and policy experts said […]

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Bellator 250 results: Jake Hager tested, but triumphs with split decision and gets nod from Chris Jericho

Swollen eyes. Badly cut nose. Unstable mouthpiece. Those were just a few of the challenges former WWE champ and current AEW star Jake Hager faced over three grueling rounds with former Pittsburgh Steeler Brandon Calton before judges awarded him a split decision for his third Bellator win. Hager’s grappling frequently got him out of trouble […]

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New artificial skin functions like natural skin

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR) have developed an improved human-skin equivalent that reproduces traction-force balance in the lateral direction, a property that controls the structure and physiological function of skin. This artificial skin will enhance in-depth analyses of physiological skin functions, provide solutions to skin problems caused by diseases or […]

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UK regulator will ban mobile carriers from selling locked smartphones next year

While US residents will probably be dealing with those headaches for years to come, those in the UK will soon be getting some relief, courtesy of communications regulator Ofcom. The organization released a statement today laying out some upcoming measures it will be taking to “protect broadband, mobile, pay TV, and landline” customers and ensure […]

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