The New Arrivals Dreame T20, With Continuous Breakthrough Technology to Bring More Smart Vacuum Cleaner Experience

SHENZHEN, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Recently, Dreame brand launched a new product – Dreame T20, which reached the goal of $100,000 within 32 hours after launch on Indiegogo. Most of the comments from supporters indicate that they have high expectations for the product and look forward to trying it on their own.

Strong cleaning power

Dreame T20 has always performed well in terms of suction and other features. Compared with Dyson V10 130AW suction power, 24Kpa wind pressure and 60min battery life, T20 has 150 AW, 25Kpa and 70min, which is enough to meet various cleaning needs of users.

For the first time, T20 has joined the automatic induction mode, which automatically adjusts the suction power according to the material of the clean area. In the use of floors and carpets, this mode has obvious advantages. From the floor area to the carpet area, it automatically pressurizes to ensure cleaning requirements.

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Study identifies the undersea origins of mysterious love waves, decoding some of Earth’s continuous vibrations — ScienceDaily

Vibrations travel through our planet in waves, like chords ringing out from a strummed guitar. Earthquakes, volcanoes and the bustle of human activity excite some of these seismic waves. Many more reverberate from wind-driven ocean storms.

As storms churn the world’s seas, wind-whipped waves at the surface interact in a unique way that produces piston-like thumps of pressure on the seafloor, generating a stream of faint tremors that undulate through Earth to every corner of the globe.

“There is an imprint of those three Earth systems in this ambient seismic data: atmosphere, Earth’s rocky outer layers and ocean,” said Stanford University geophysicist Lucia Gualtieri, lead author of a paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that helps to resolve a decades-old conundrum over the physics of seismic waves related to ocean storms.

Known as secondary microseisms, the small seismic waves excited by rumbling oceans are so ubiquitous and

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Sonatype and Fugue Partner to Shift Cloud Security Left and Ensure Continuous Policy Compliance

Innovative solution empowers developers to deliver secure applications and automatically help them configure secure and policy compliant cloud infrastructure

Fulton, MD and Frederick, MD, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sonatype, the leading provider of innovation-friendly open source security tools, today announced a strategic partnership with Fugue, the company putting engineers in command of cloud security, to deliver the first infrastructure-as-code (IaC) solution that shifts cloud security left into the developer workflow. The partnership further advances the missions of Sonatype and Fugue to empower software developers with best-in-class tools so they can accelerate innovation and simultaneously improve application security, cloud infrastructure security, and continuous compliance with defined policy.

The combined capabilities of Sonatype and Fugue enable developers to find and fix security vulnerabilities when actively developing cloud applications, while at the same time preventing security vulnerabilities and compliance issues from surfacing in production due to misconfigured cloud infrastructure. The joint

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Merck and Transcenta Collaborate to Advance Continuous Biomanufacturing, Make the ‘Facility of the Future’ a Reality

  • Companies to co-develop a first-of-its-kind, single-use flow-through polishing system for GMP operation
  • Merck’s continuous processing expertise to accelerate Transcenta’s development, implementation of continuous bioprocessing platform
  • Collaboration expected to accelerate affordable access to therapeutics for patients in China and globally

SHANGHAI, Nov. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On November 7,Merck, a leading science and technology company, and Transcenta, a global biotherapeutics company, announced a strategic technology collaboration to implement continuous manufacturing for protein therapeutics. 

“Merck’s commitment and extensive expertise in next-generation manufacturing uniquely positions us to help transform Transcenta’s vision for a fully continuous manufacturing process into a reality,” said Ian Carmichael, vice president and general manager of Bioprocessing, Life Science, at Merck in China. “Our joint effort reflects a shared commitment to advance BioProcessing 4.0 and continuous bioprocessing to accelerate access to health for patients in China and across the world.”

Keynote speech by Ian Carmichael, Vice President and Head of BioProcessing China, Life Science business of Merck (PRNewsfoto/默克)

This unique model of collaboration

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International Space Station marks 20 years of continuous occupation

The space station is old. It leaks from time to time, requiring patches like the ones the astronauts installed last month. The toilet breaks. The batteries need to be replaced. It has to dodge micrometeorites — this year alone the station has had to maneuver three times to avoid getting hit. And sometimes it does get tagged, like the time in 2016 when a piece of space debris cracked a window.

But despite the inherent dangers of space, the airless void, the radiation, the bits of debris shooting around in orbit several times faster than a speeding bullet, astronauts have somehow managed to live aboard the outpost continuously for 20 years.

On Nov. 2, 2000, NASA astronaut Bill Shepard and his Russian counterparts Yuri Gidzenko and Sergei Krikalev became the first crew to live and work on the station for an extended period, starting a streak that continues today. This

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