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A consciously conceived and designed business intelligence report titled Global Ceramic Coating market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2029 by MarketResearch.biz discloses a succinct analysis of the regional spectrum, market size, and revenue forecast about the market. This report sheds light on the vital developments along with other events happening in the global Ceramic Coating market which is marking on the enlargement and opening doors for outlook growth in the coming years.

This is the latest report, covering the current COVID-19/Corona Virus pandemic impact on the market which has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes in market conditions and the Business areas. The rapidly changing market scenario and initial and future assessment of the impact are covered in the Ceramic Coating

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Warbler coloration shaped by evolution via distinct paths

Warbler coloration shaped by evolution via distinct paths
According to a new study, the evolution of two color related genes helps explain the striking diversity in colors and patterns among wood warblers, like the blackburnian warbler pictured here. Credit: Darrell Cochran

Two genes that are important for the diverse colors and patterns of warbler plumage have evolved through two very different processes, according to a new study led by Penn State researchers. These evolutionary processes could help explain the rapid evolution of these songbirds into so many unique species.


“Wood warblers are an incredibly colorful and diverse group of birds, with more than a hundred species in total,” said Marcella Baiz, postdoctoral researcher at Penn State and first author of the paper. “These species arose very quickly in evolutionary time in what biologists call a species radiation. To better understand this radiation, we studied genetic regions related to plumage coloration within a particularly colorful subset of warblers.”

The

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Exploring the evolution of high definition television viewing in Ghana

Viewing TV in high definition (HD) quality delivers a better experience with regards to colour quality; wide screen viewing; detail and clarity; surround sound; and the ability to allow a variety of input devices to work together without taking a lot of furniture space.

In 2019, IPSOS, a marketing research company conducted a study in Ghana and found out that almost 50% of TV homes in Ghana had at least one HD ready TV set.

The results of this survey point to the fact that consumers are investing in technology to enhance their viewing experience. This trend is putting a lot of pressure on broadcasters to deliver their content and service in high quality.

A cursory overview of Ghana’s broadcasting space indicates a checkered but study progress in offering the best of services to all.  

In 1935, when the British introduced the BBC relay station in Accra, Radio ZOY, many

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Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller Went Through A Unique Evolution During The Design Process

Microsoft has focused a lot of energy over the last few years into making Xbox more accessible, with the Xbox Adaptive Controller being a positive step towards addressing the unique needs of players. A product of the Xbox accessibility movement and a team of engineers in the Xbox gaming division, the controller went through numerous iterations when it was in development. Direct feedback from gaming and disabled communities helping to shape the final product into its current form.

“The Xbox Adaptive Controller looks absolutely nothing like the first prototype created,” Brannon Zahand, Microsoft’s senior gaming accessibility program manager, explained to Game Informer. “It changed many, many times over the course of development. The reason was that we built the device with the Gaming & Disability Community, not for them. As such, feedback constantly was rolling in that forced us to continually re-examine the design of the product during development.”

Microsoft

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Experimental evolution reveals how bacteria gain drug resistance — ScienceDaily

A research team at the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR) in Japan has succeeded in experimentally evolving the common bacteria Escherichia coli under pressure from a large number of individual antibiotics. In doing so, they were able to identify the mechanisms and constraints underlying evolved drug resistance. Their findings, published in the scientific journal Nature Communications, can be used to help develop drug-treatment strategies that minimize the chance that bacteria will develop resistance.

Counteracting multidrug-resistant bacteria is becoming a critical global challenge. It seems that every time we develop new antibiotics, novel antibiotic-resistant bacteria emerge during clinical use. To win this cat-and-mouse game, we must understand how drug resistance evolves in bacteria. Naturally, this process is very complicated, involving numerous changes in genome sequences and cellular states. Therefore, a comprehensive study of resistance dynamics for large numbers of antibiotics has never been reported.

“Laboratory evolution combined with

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Evolution of high definition television viewing

Ursula Owusu Ekuful — Minister of Communications

Viewing TV in high definition (HD) quality delivers a better experience with regards to colour quality, wide screen viewing, detail and clarity, surround sound, and the ability to allow a variety of input devices to work together without taking a lot of furniture space.

In 2019, IPSOS, a marketing research company, conducted a study in Ghana and found out that almost 50 per cent of homes in Ghana had at least one HD ready TV set.

The results of this survey points to the fact that consumers are investing in technology to enhance their viewing experience. This trend is putting a lot of pressure on broadcasters to deliver their content and service in high quality.

A cursory overview of Ghana’s broadcasting space indicates a checkered, but study progress in offering the best of services to all.

In 1935, when the British introduced the

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Teeth from eel-like conodonts offer new proof of parallel evolution

Nov. 23 (UPI) — The ancient teeth of conodonts, one of Earth’s earliest vertebrates, have offered paleontologists new proof of parallel evolution.

Despite living in distinct geographical regions, different groups of conodonts, eel-like creatures, adapted to new habitats in nearly identical ways.

Researchers detailed their discovery this month in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Conodonts swam the planet’s seas from 500 to 200 million years ago. Their cone-shaped teeth can be found trapped in sedimentary rocks all across the globe. Scientists estimate there were around 3,000 conodont species.

“Scientists have suspected for several years now that a certain subspecies known as Sweetognathus conodonts developed several parallel evolutionary adaptations,” study co-author Emilia Jarochowska said in a news release.

For the study, Jarochowska and her colleagues in Germany partnered with a group of scientists in Canada who have collected Sweetognathus teeth from all over the world, including Bolivia and

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ZTE releases white paper on 5G uplink enhancement technology, Access Evolution

23 November 2020, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today has released 5G Uplink Enhancement Technology White Paper. Based on the research and practices in the 5G field, the white paper provides the technical principles, performance analysis, and application scenarios of several uplink enhancement technologies while elaborating on ZTE’s insights on the development of 5G uplink enhancement technologies.

The increasingly diversified 5G application scenarios, including the internet of things, cloud storage, high-definition live streaming, pose higher requirements for 5G performance, particularly uplink capacity and coverage. The mid-range bands for 5G, which offer very large bandwidth and therefore high capacity, however can underperform in terms of uplink coverage and capacity due to the limitations of mid-band and TDD duplex technology. Therefore, operators look forward to a more effective solution to enhance the uplink performance,

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How giant viruses fuel the evolution of algae — ScienceDaily

Viruses are tiny invaders that cause a wide range of diseases, from rabies to tomato spotted wilt virus and, most recently, COVID-19 in humans. But viruses can do more than elicit sickness — and not all viruses are tiny.

Large viruses, especially those in the nucleo-cytoplasmic large DNA virus family, can integrate their genome into that of their host — dramatically changing the genetic makeup of that organism. This family of DNA viruses, otherwise known as “giant” viruses, has been known within scientific circles for quite some time, but the extent to which they affect eukaryotic organisms has been shrouded in mystery — until now.

“Viruses play a central role in the evolution of life on Earth. One way that they shape the evolution of cellular life is through a process called endogenization, where they introduce new genomic material into their hosts. When a giant virus endogenizes into the genome

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Global warming triggered the evolution of giant dinosaurs

Global warming triggered the evolution of giant dinosaurs
Reconstruction of the early sauropod Bagualia alba. Credit: Jorge Gonzales

The word “dinosaur” tends to evoke giant animals with massive bodies, long necks and tails, and tiny heads. These “quintessential dinosaurs” actually represent one prominent subgroup of he Dinosauria, the so called Sauropoda (“long-necked dinosaurs” in popular culture). Sauropods were truly amazing animals, and included the largest land-living animals known, with body lengths of up to 40 meters and weights of 70 tons or more.


However, these giant animals did not appear directly at the beginning of the era of dinosaurs. For the first 50 million years of their evolutionary history, the Sauropodomorpha—the lineage that the sauropods belong to—were represented by several groups of bipedal to quadrupedal animals. Although some of them reached large body sizes of about 10 meters in length and a few tons in weight, these groups also included smaller, more lightly built animals, some of which

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