Blockchain Technology in the Energy Sector Market reward to witness high growth in near future

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Nov 27, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
A recent report by Market Study Report, LLC, on ‘Blockchain Technology in the Energy Sector Market’ provides a detailed analysis on the industry size, revenue forecasts and geographical landscape pertaining to this business space. Additionally, the report highlights primary obstacles and latest growth trends accepted by key players that form a part of the competitive spectrum of this business.

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The leading companies profiled in the Blockchain Technology In The Energy Sector Market Report include Accenture, Oracle Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Deloitte, IBM Corporation, Grid+, Nodalblock, SAP SE, Power Ledger Pty Ltd, and Amazon Web Services, Inc. These companies launch new products and collaborate with other market leaders to innovate and launch new products to meet the increasing

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Reward yourself with a vivo smartphone perfect for your lifestyle this Christmas


Reward yourself with a vivo smartphone perfect for your lifestyle this Christmas

(Philstar.com) – November 27, 2020 – 10:54am

How will you remember 2020?

Five or 10 years from now, most would remember it as the toughest year of their lives, others a year of introspection filled with plenty of realizations, and for some it may also be a year that they would simply like to forget altogether.

And while we have every right to do with our memories and experiences as we please, let’s not forget that 2020 isn’t over yet. With Christmas, a season of hope and joy, fast approaching, there is still a chance for us to bank a happy memory for this year. 

So after a year that mostly, and involuntarily, kept us on edge, why not end it in our own terms? How, you ask? Besides spending quality time with our families and attempting

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Investors finally reward General Motors’ shift to EVs even as it cuts emerging mobility plans

  • As GM profitably navigates the coronavirus pandemic, Wall Street is paying more attention to its EV operations.
  • GM has discontinued several “mobility” initiatives such as Maven and e-bikes to better concentrate on more profitable or lucrative operations.
  • Many of the initiatives were launched in an effort to spur GM’s lagging stock price and position it as a “mobility” company.

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As ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft rose to popularity and e-scooters popped up across major U.S. cities earlier this decade, industry analysts predicted the beginning of the end of car ownership.

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That meant “traditional” automakers such as General Motors would have to evolve or die.

In an effort to spur its lagging stock price and combat such exaggerated claims, GM made a series of investments beginning in 2016 that executives believed

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Innate and diet-induced changes in reward area may explain why some mice are prone to overeat — ScienceDaily

A combination of innate differences and diet-induced changes to the reward system may predispose some mice to overeat, according to research recently published in JNeurosci.

Food is fuel, but the rising levels of sugar and fat in modern diets make the brain treat it as a reward. One brain region called the ventral pallidum (VP) serves as a hub between reward areas and the hypothalamus, a region involved in feeding behavior. Intertwining food and reward can lead to overeating and may be a contributing factor to diet-induced obesity.

Gendelis, Inbar, et al. measured electrical activity in the VP of mice with unlimited access to high fat, high sugar food for several months. Eating the unhealthy diet changed the electrical properties of VP neurons: the membrane voltage and firing rate decreased, making it harder for neurons to send messages to each other.

The change was more pronounced in the mice

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