Giants general manager Joe Schoen reveals Daniel Jones’ position

At one point, it seemed as though it was a deal that Daniel Jones would return with the Giants. Of course, this isn’t the case, but it sure seems inevitable. Joe Schoen, who just completed his first year as general manager, answered the question – Do you think Daniel Jones is the quarterback who can … Read more

No Straight Lines reveals the hidden history of queer comic books

Decades before Iceman came out as gay or Robin kissed his boyfriend for the first time, LGBTQ artists were creating queer comics in the ’70s and ’80s. They weren’t working for Marvel or DC, though: They were making underground comic books, strips and florals from their homes, DIY-style. The documentary “No Straight Lines: The Rise … Read more

Rodent DNA reveals black market fur trade

This article is from Hakai Magazine, an online publication about science and society in coastal ecosystems. Read more stories like this at hakaimagazine.com. The two massifs that make up the bulk of New Zealand – the North Island and the South Island – are less than 25 kilometers apart but they couldn’t be more different. … Read more

Rylan Clark reveals that he treated himself like a “little kid” to help him overcome his mental breakdown

Rylan Clark has revealed how he treated himself “like a little kid” to help him overcome his mental breakdown after the breakdown of his marriage to husband Dan Neal. The presenter, 34, hit rock bottom after the collapse of his six-year marriage after he confessed to his partner’s infidelity, went on with his life twice … Read more

Concept art in the house reveals the death of a surrogate aunt

residence Movie news Spider-Man: No Way Home Concept Art Reveals Surrogate Aunt May Die The concept for New Spider-Man: No Way Home reveals an alternate version of Aunt May’s Death where she is killed by an entirely different villain. Although it is indeed a heartbreaking moment, it is new Spider-Man: No way home Concept art … Read more

Combining multiple maps reveals novel genetic risk factors for blindness

Composite of an embryonic mouse eye cup (E14.5) labeled with antibodies against the developmental transcription factors Lhx2 (red) and Otx2 (green), and human retinal pigmented epithelium (RPE) labeled with antibodies against MITF (red) and ZO-1 (green). . (Images by Mazal Cohen-Gulkar, composites by Ruth Ashery-Padan, Ph.D.) Combining a map of gene-regulatory loci with disease-associated loci, … Read more

ShotSpotter document reveals key human role in AI gunshot tech

CHICAGO — In more than 140 cities across the United States, ShotSpotter’s artificial intelligence algorithm and intricate network of microphones evaluate hundreds of thousands of sounds a year to determine if they are gunfire, generating data now being used in criminal cases nationwide. But a confidential ShotSpotter document obtained by The Associated Press outlines something … Read more

Study reveals a new genetic disorder that causes…

Photo: The study team included, from left, Linh Tran, Martinez Baricart, Ph.D., Garp Perez Caraballo, and Chen Zin. Opinion more Credit: Susan Orme/Vanderbilt University Medical Center An international consortium co-led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center immunologist Rubén Martínez-Parikart has discovered a new genetic disorder that causes immunodeficiency and a profound susceptibility to opportunistic infections including … Read more

Brooke Shields reveals she was raped shortly after college in the Pretty Baby documentary

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 12: Brooke Shields attends the 12th Annual MoMA Film Awards Presented by CHANEL in Honor of Laura Dern on November 12, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Craig Barrett/Getty Images for MoMA) Craig Barrett/Getty Brooke Shields has never shied away from talking about the ways she was sexualized as … Read more

Secret document reveals key human role in gunshot technology

In more than 140 cities across the United States, ShotSpotter’s artificial intelligence algorithm and complex network of microphones evaluate hundreds of thousands of sounds a year to determine whether they were shooting, resulting in data that is now used in criminal cases nationwide. FILE – ShotSpotter CEO Ralph Clark poses for a photo at one … Read more