Introduction to TDK’s New MP-A28 Wireless Power Pattern Coil

Introduction to TDK’s New MP-A28 Wireless Power Pattern Coil

Background TDK has a long history of utilizing copper plating processes to construct metal coil structures used within power inductors and has now leveraged this proven mature technology and applied it to wireless power coils. TDK’s TFM power inductor series has used a similar high aspect plating (HAP) copper technology to increase the coil pattern’s …

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Jess Thirlby: England not in market for 'wholesale changes' ahead of Netball World Cup

Jess Thirlby: England not in market for ‘wholesale changes’ ahead of Netball World Cup

England still have a busy year ahead with three-Test series against Uganda and Australia Jess Thirlby is not looking towards “wholesale changes” as England reflect on their Commonwealth Games campaign and look towards next year’s Netball World Cup in South Africa. Despite missing out on a medal in Birmingham, the head coach does not foresee …

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Rehabilitation versus surgical reconstruction for non-acute anterior cruciate ligament injury (ACL SNNAP): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial

Rehabilitation versus surgical reconstruction for non-acute anterior cruciate ligament injury (ACL SNNAP): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial

Summary Background Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is a common debilitating injury that can cause instability of the knee. We aimed to investigate the best management strategy between reconstructive surgery and non-surgical treatment for patients with a non-acute ACL injury and persistent symptoms of instability. Methods We did a pragmatic, multicentre, superiority, randomised controlled trial …

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After 45 years, the 5-billion-year legacy of the Voyager 2 interstellar probe is just beginning

After 45 years, the 5-billion-year legacy of the Voyager 2 interstellar probe is just beginning

On August 20 1977, 45 years ago, an extraordinary spacecraft left this planet on a journey like no other. Voyager 2 was going to show us, for the first time, what the outer solar system planets looked like close-up. It was like sending a fly to New York City and asking it to report back. …

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Asia Niche Will Help East West Bank Weather U.S. Economic Downturn, CEO Dominic Ng Says

Asia Niche Will Help East West Bank Weather U.S. Economic Downturn, CEO Dominic Ng Says

East West’s Chairman and CEO Dominic Ng. East West Bank East West Bank, today one of the largest American banks to service the U.S.-China business community, started out its life banking to Chinese immigrants in California in 1973. Much has changed in the banking industry since, but East West hasn’t lost its early focus. That …

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Flurry of Goals Marked the Start of the 2022 Season - University of Colorado Athletics

Flurry of Goals Marked the Start of the 2022 Season – University of Colorado Athletics

BOULDER—Colorado junior Shyra James scored two goals, helping propel the Buffaloes to a 5-0 win over Weber State to start the 2022 season on Thursday. The Buffs used a dominant second half of play to put distance between themselves and the Wildcats, scoring four goals in the final 45 minutes. 25 different Buffs were able to get …

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Explosive volcanic eruption produced rare mineral on Mars: Researchers publish scenario that explains 2016 discovery by NASA's Curiosity rover

New dementia risk genes identified through novel testing approach

A new UCLA-led study has identified multiple new risk genes for Alzheimer’s disease and a rare, related brain disorder called progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) by using a combination of new testing methods allowing for mass screening of genetic variants in a single experiment. The study, published today in the journal Science, also presents a revised, …

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Sharpest image ever of universe’s most massive known star

Sharpest image ever of universe’s most massive known star

image: Nestled in the center of the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud is the largest star yet discovered. With the help of the Zorro imager and the power of the 8.1-meter Gemini South telescope in Chile, astronomers have produced the sharpest image ever of this star. This new image challenges our understanding of the …

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People Who Earn Low Wages May Be at Risk for Faster Memory Decline in Later Life

People Who Earn Low Wages May Be at Risk for Faster Memory Decline in Later Life

A lack of access to healthcare, nutritious food, and safe places to exercise all contribute to healthcare inequities. In the United States, people living in lower-income households have an increased risk for developing many chronic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. But can earning less money, year after year, take a different kind …

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