Primary Cells Market Research Report by Origin, by Cell Type, by End-user – Global Forecast to 2025

Primary Cells Market Research Report by Origin (Animal Primary Cells and Human Primary Cells), by Cell Type (Dermatocytes, Gastrointestinal Cells, Heart Cells, Hematopoietic Cells, and Hepatocytes), by End-user – Global Forecast to 2025 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19

New York, Nov. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Primary Cells Market Research Report by Origin, by Cell Type, by End-user – Global Forecast to 2025 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05987887/?utm_source=GNW

The Global Primary Cells Market is expected to grow from USD 925.79 Million in 2019 to USD 1,733.95 Million by the end of 2025 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.02%.

Market Segmentation & Coverage:
This research report categorizes the Primary Cells to forecast the revenues and analyze the trends in each of the following sub-markets:

Based on Origin, the Primary Cells Market studied across Animal Primary Cells and Human Primary

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Origin Protocol Loses $7M in Latest DeFi Attack

OUSD suffered a flash loan attack.

Stablecoin project Origin Dollar (OUSD) sustained a re-entrancy attack at 00:47 UTC Tuesday resulting in a loss of funds worth $7 million, including over $1 million deposited by Origin and its founders and employees.

The team has disabled deposits and the price of the project’s native token is down 85% since the attack, according to CoinGecko.

Origin urged people not to buy OUSD on Uniswap or SushiSwap as those prices don’t reflect the token’s underlying assets. As CoinDesk reported in September, OUSD is backed by deposits of USDT, USDC and DAI and is designed to act somewhat like a savings account.

Related: Value DeFi Suffers $6M Flash Loan Attack

Tuesday’s attack utilized a flash loan and flaws in OUSD contracts to initiate what is known as a “rebase,” according to Etherscan and an updated blog from the team. The attack artificially inflated the supply of OUSD tokens within the protocol

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Origin Protocol Loses $7M in Latest Flash Loan Attack

OUSD suffered a flash loan attack.

Blockchain project Origin Dollar (OUSD) said it sustained an attack that caused a loss of funds worth $7 million, including over $1 million deposited by Origin and its founders and employees, and has disabled deposits as a result. The project’s native token is down 36% on the day, according to CoinGecko.

  • Origin urged people not to buy OUSD on Uniswap or Sushiswap as those prices don’t reflect OUSD’s underlying assets.
  • Earlier reports said the stolen funds included $2.25 million in dai (DAI) and $1 million in ether (ETH).
  • The attacker utilized a flash loan to manipulate asset prices including OUSD, according to Etherscan.
  • Flash loans enable investors to take out large sums of funds to use as leverage in DeFi trading. Due to the atomic nature of Ethereum transactions, the loan can be taken out and returned in the same transaction, meaning collateral is not needed.
  • Although catchy, flash loans
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NASA is partnering with 17 US space companies, including Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, to develop new tech ‘for the moon and beyond’



Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos are posing for a picture: SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos. John Locher/AP and Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images


© John Locher/AP and Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos. John Locher/AP and Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images

  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, and startup Rocket Lab are among 17 companies partnering with NASA to develop new technologies for space missions to “the moon and beyond.”
  • NASA announced 20 partnerships total on Monday, all of which are unfunded. The chosen space companies will gain access to NASA’s testing facilities and expertise.
  • “Space technology development doesn’t happen in a vacuum,” Jim Reuter, the associate administrator for NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, said.
  • The space industry is booming, and expected to grow by more than $1 trillion in the next 10 years.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

NASA has picked 17 US companies, including Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, to develop new tech for space missions,

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NASA partners with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and others for test flights and research

NASA has announced 20 new partnerships with commercial space outfits, among them collaborations with SpaceX, Blue Origin and Rocket Lab. While no money will change hands, NASA will dedicate millions in personnel and other support to these test launches and developing technologies.

The partnerships are NASA’s Announcement of Collaboration Opportunity selections for 2020. These agreements are unlike the SBIR or NIAC programs in that NASA doesn’t just send some money out and say “let us know how you’re getting on in six months or so.”

Instead, the space agency offers open access to its facilities and experts, some of which are the most advanced in the world. It’s a true public-private partnership, for which reason it is still a competitive process to get a project approved — and the list of 17 companies includes several large ones.

SpaceX will be working with Langley to monitor and perform thermal measurements of

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Indian fossils support new hypothesis for origin of hoofed mammals — ScienceDaily

New research published today in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology describes a fossil family that illuminates the origin of perissodactyls — the group of mammals that includes horses, rhinos, and tapirs. It provides insights on the controversial question of where these hoofed animals evolved, concluding that they arose in or near present day India.

With more than 350 new fossils, the 15-year study pieces together a nearly complete picture of the skeletal anatomy of the Cambaytherium — an extinct cousin of perissodactyls that lived on the Indian subcontinent almost 55 million years ago.

Among the findings includes a sheep-sized animal with moderate running ability and features that were intermediate between specialized perissodactyls and their more generalized mammal forerunners. Comparing its bones with many other living and extinct mammals, revealed that Cambaytherium represents an evolutionary stage more primitive than any known perissodactyl, supporting origin for the group in or near India

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Blue Origin scientist fleshes out plans for lunar cargo delivery

Blue Origin landers
An artist’s conception shows the human landing system that’s being developed by Blue Origin and its industry partners in the foreground, and Blue Origin’s Blue Moon cargo lander in the far background. (Blue Origin Illustration)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space venture is working on a landing system that could put astronauts on the moon by as early as 2024 — but it’s also keeping its options open to deliver a ton of cargo to the lunar surface a year before that.

Blue Origin’s chief scientist, Steve Squyres, outlined the current state of plans for an Amazon-like cargo delivery to the moon today during a virtual symposium presented by the University of Washington’s Space Policy and Research Center.

The idea isn’t exactly new: Blue Origin floated its Blue Moon cargo lander concept with the Trump administration in early 2017, even before President Donald Trump formally took office. And a

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Venous origin of brain blood-vessel malformations — ScienceDaily

In the condition known as cavernoma, lesions arise in a cluster of blood vessels in the brain, spinal cord or retina. Researchers from Uppsala University can now show, at molecular level, that these changes originate in vein cells. This new knowledge of the condition creates potential for developing better therapies for patients. The study has been published in the journal eLife.

The vascular lesions, or blood-vessel malformations, that appear in a cerebral cavernoma — also known as a cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM) or, in the US, cavernous angioma — resemble mulberries. They bleed easily, which may cause epileptic attack, neurological problems and stroke. The condition is due to genetic mutations that may be inherited or occur spontaneously, and is incurable at present. Surgery is an option but, in patients with the hereditary form in whom new CCMs arise constantly, only a temporary solution.

How, and in which kind of

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Origin Millennium Gaming PC review

Two-minute review

Some PC gamers go for the most popular pre-built gaming PCs out there while others build their own, filling their machines with the best PC components their budget can afford. For those in between, there’s the Origin Millennium.

Origin is known for highly customized builds, allowing gamers to customize their own gaming PCs without actually putting in the work (or needing the knowledge and skill to do so). There’s certainly a huge market for them. After all, not everyone will know which motherboard goes with what CPU.

Origin Millennium Gaming PC

(Image credit: Future)

The Origin Millennium gaming PC is not only highly customizable, from the chassis’ side panels all the way to motherboard’s orientation. It’s also easily expandable – you know, in the rare case that you need more than eight SSDs in the mid-sized tower that you bought or need more cooling power. That makes this machine incredibly future-proof as

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Greenhouse effect of clouds instrumental in origin of tropical storms — ScienceDaily

With the tropical storm season in the Atlantic Ocean underway and already well into the Greek alphabet for naming, better storm track prediction has allowed timely evacuations and preparations. However, the formation and intensification of these storms remains challenging to predict, according to an international team of researchers who are studying the origin of tropical cyclones.

“There are critical questions around the formation and intensification of hurricanes that makes forecasting them extremely difficult,” said James H. Ruppert Jr., assistant research professor of meteorology and atmospheric science, Penn State. “We don’t yet have sufficient understanding of the processes that drive storm formation.”

Tropical depressions are the weak precursors to intense hurricanes, usually identifiable as a disorganized cluster of clouds in a weak low-pressure area, according to Rupert.

“The tropical depression stage is usually the first time that forecasters are able to identify and start tracking a storm,” he said.

Environmental conditions

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