More information: Dae-Yeong Lee, et al. “Hybrid energy harvester based on nanopillar solar cells and PVDF nanogenerator.” Nanotechnology 24 (2013) 175402 (6pp). DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/24/17/175402 (a) Diagram of the silicon nanopillar solar cell. (b) Diagram of the hybrid energy harvester consisting of a piezoelectric nanogenerator integrated on to of a silicon nanopillar solar cell. Credit: Dae-Yeong Lee, et al. ©2013 IOP Publishing Ltd The researchers, Dae-Yeong Lee, et al., from Sungkyunkwan University and Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, both in South Korea, have published their study on the hybrid energy harvester in a recent issue of Nanotechnology.”By using the hybrid energy harvester, two different energy sources can be utilized in one platform,” coauthor Hyunjin Kim at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology told Phys.org. “Thus the total output power from the hybrid harvester can be increased compared to each separate harvester. Furthermore, by harvesting two energy sources in one device, continuous output can be generated even when only one energy source is available.”To design the harvester, the researchers turned to silicon nanopillar solar cells for the sunlight harvesting half of the device. Previous research has shown that silicon nanopillar solar cells are promising candidates as photovoltaic devices due to their low reflection, high absorption, and potential for low-cost mass production. After fabricating the cells using a plasma etching technique and annealing processes, the researchers coated the top of each cell to prepare it for placement of the piezoelectric generator, which was stacked on top using a spin coating method. Last, top and bottom electrodes sandwich the device.The entire harvester has a height of just a few hundred nanometers, with the bulk of the height coming from the 300-nm-tall nanopillars in the solar cell. In tests, the energy harvester could generate electricity from the solar cells with a 3.29% conversion efficiency. At the same time, the harvester could generate 0.8 V of output voltage when exposed to a 100-dB sound. The hybrid device suggests that harvesting both solar and vibration energies can enable more efficient harvesting in certain environments compared to a device that harvests just one kind of energy. “This energy harvester can be very useful where there is no electric grid connected,” coauthor Won Jong Yoo at Sungkyunkwan University said. “For example, this device will be useful in moving vehicles such as moving boats, trains, automobiles, etc. The output of 0.8 V is just preliminary data. If we optimize the device structure and fabrication condition, the output power will be increased significantly.”In the future, the researchers plan to fabricate all-flexible hybrid energy harvesting devices using plastic substrates in order to harvest mechanical energy more efficiently. Citation: Hybrid energy harvester generates electricity from vibrations and sunlight (2013, April 17) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-04-hybrid-energy-harvester-electricity-vibrations.html (Phys.org) —Devices that harvest energy from the environment require specific environmental conditions; for instance, solar cells and piezoelectric generators require sunlight and mechanical vibration, respectively. Since these conditions don’t exist all the time, most energy harvesters don’t generate a constant stream of electricity. In order to harvest ubiquitous energy continuously, researchers have designed and fabricated a hybrid energy harvester that integrates a solar cell and piezoelectric generator, enabling it to harvest energy from both sunlight and sound vibration simultaneously. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further Journal information: Nanotechnology Copyright 2013 Phys.org All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of Phys.org. IMEC reports 40 microwatt from micromachined piezoelectric energy harvester
Explore further © 2015 Phys.org The strange case of the missing dwarf A Dyson Sphere with 1 AU radius in Sol system. Credit: arXiv:1503.04376 [physics.pop-ph] The popularization of the idea for a Dyson sphere came about when physicist Freeman Dyson published a paper back in the 60’s outlining the idea of an advanced civilization building a sphere around a star to capture its energy for its own use. The idea has been popularized in science fiction and has grabbed the attention of real life researchers who suggest that if a Dyson sphere could be detected, it would present strong evidence for the existence of an advanced extraterrestrial civilization of some sort.Over time, Dyson and other scientists have found that the massive amount of material needed to build such a sphere would be untenable, thus, a more likely scenario would be a civilization building a ring of energy capturing satellites which could be continually expanded.But the notion of the sphere persists and so some scientists continue to look for one, believing that if such a sphere were built, the process of capturing the energy from the interior sun would cause an unmistakable infrared signature, allowing us to notice its presence. But thus far, no such signatures have been found. That might be because we are alone in the universe, or, as Semiz and Oğur argue, it might be because we are looking at the wrong types of stars. They suggest that it would seem to make more sense for an advanced civilization to build their sphere around a white dwarf, rather than a star that is in its main sequence, such as our sun—not only would the sphere be smaller (they have even calculated an estimate for a sphere just one meter thick—1023 kilograms of matter) but the gravity at its surface would be similar to their home planet (assuming it were similar to ours).Unfortunately, if Semiz and Oğur are right, we may not be able to prove it for many years, as the luminosity of a white dwarf is much less than other stars, making it extremely difficult to determine if the infrared signal is natural, or if it has been altered by aliens. More information: Dyson Spheres around White Dwarfs, arXiv:1503.04376 [physics.pop-ph] arxiv.org/abs/1503.04376AbstractA Dyson Sphere is a hypothetical structure that an advanced civilization might build around a star to intercept all of the star’s light for its energy needs. One usually thinks of it as a spherical shell about one astronomical unit (AU) in radius, and surrounding a more or less Sun-like star; and might be detectable as an infrared point source. We point out that Dyson Spheres could also be built around white dwarfs. This type would avoid the need for artificial gravity technology, in contrast to the AU-scale Dyson Spheres. In fact, we show that parameters can be found to build Dyson Spheres suitable —temperature- and gravity-wise— for human habitation. This type would be much harder to detect.via TechnologyReview Journal information: arXiv (Phys.org)—A pair of Turkish space scientists with Bogazici University has proposed that researchers looking for the existence of Dyson spheres might be looking at the wrong objects. İbrahim Semiz and Salim Oğur have written a paper and uploaded it to the preprint server arXiv, in which they suggest that if an advanced civilization were to build a Dyson sphere, it would make the most sense to build it around a white dwarf. Citation: New idea for Dyson sphere proposed (2015, March 30) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-03-idea-dyson-sphere.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
© 2015 Phys.org Dozens of fish and shark species do it; the turtle came as a surprise. These animals light up due to unique structures in their skin which enable them to biofluoresce, said Lee. The definition is given as “the ability to reflect the blue light hitting a surface and re-emit it as a different color,” such as green, red or orange.Lee wrote that “the marine biologist captured the turtle sighting on a video camera system, whose only artificial illumination was a blue light that matched the blue light of the surrounding ocean. A yellow filter on the camera allowed the scientists to pick up fluorescing organisms.”According to National Geographic, the critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle is the first reptile scientists have seen exhibiting biofluorescence. According to Mongabay, David Gruber, a marine molecular biologist at City University of New York, said he made the discovery mostly by accident while filming biofluorescent coral off the Solomon Islands coast —the glowing sea turtle swam right by him.Gruber’s encounter was recorded in a video, showing when he saw the turtle. “Scientists have only tuned in to bioflourescence in the last ten years and as soon as we started tuning into it we found it everywhere.”He compared the sight of the glowing sea turtle to “a bright red and green spaceship, underneath my camera.” The turtle was very calm and appeared to “hang” out with Gruber and team.One point about bioflourescence in general is that these creatures are using light in a way we do not see. “It’s a hidden world that we’re just now beginning to tune into,” Gruber, said in an earlier National Geographic interview.Why would the sea turtle have developed biofluorescence? It’s too early to say for sure. The sea turtle was glowing neon green and red. The discovery nonetheless turns up questions in search of answers. Why do the turtles have this feature? How are they using this feature? “We know that the sea turtle has really good vision,” commented Gruber,” and they go on long and arduous migrations.” Are they using this feature to find each other? To attract each other? Still other questions as noted in the National Geographic article which Gruber wants to explore: can these turtles see the biofluorescence; do they take in compounds from their food that let them fluoresce, or do they make their own compounds? Another noteworthy point about these sea turtles: they are critically endangered. Quoted in National Geographic, Gruber said, “It’d be fairly difficult to study this turtle because there are so few left and they’re so protected.” Their population numbers have declined by almost 90 percent in recent decades. Hawksbill sea turtles are in turn one of the rarest species on our planet, he said, and the animals remain a mystery. Explore further Credit: National Geographic video Oldest fossil sea turtle discovered Seen off the Solomon Islands: The hawksbill sea turtle—glowing. Sharks, fish, corals, can shine and now we know that the sea turtle can too. Jane J. Lee reported on Tuesday in National Geographic (and environmental news site Mongabay also carried the news) that a biofluorescent sea turtle was discovered off the coast of Solomon Islands. Citation: Glowing sea turtle, like red and green spaceship, spotted (2015, September 30) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-09-sea-turtle-red-green-spaceship.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Journal information: Nature Chemistry (Phys.org)—Molecules are rarely found alone. In the real world, they are often networked to each other through hydrogen bonding or are bound to other molecules in the surrounding environment. One way to study an individual molecule is to trap it within a fullerene. A fullerene is an all-carbon, spherical molecule with carbons networked like the stitches of a soccer ball. The interior of the fullerene sphere is large enough to house small molecules, such as water or hydrogen gas. More information: Andrea Krachmalnicoff et al. The dipolar endofullerene HF@C60, Nature Chemistry (2016). DOI: 10.1038/nchem.2563AbstractThe cavity inside fullerenes provides a unique environment for the study of isolated atoms and molecules. We report the encapsulation of hydrogen fluoride inside C60 using molecular surgery to give the endohedral fullerene HF@C60. The key synthetic step is the closure of the open fullerene cage with the escape of HF minimized. The encapsulated HF molecule moves freely inside the cage and exhibits quantization of its translational and rotational degrees of freedom, as revealed by inelastic neutron scattering and infrared spectroscopy. The rotational and vibrational constants of the encapsulated HF molecules were found to be redshifted relative to free HF. The NMR spectra display a large 1H–19F J coupling typical of an isolated species. The dipole moment of HF@C60 was estimated from the temperature dependence of the dielectric constant at cryogenic temperatures and showed that the cage shields around 75% of the HF dipole. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. In a recent study, Andrea Krachmalnicoff, et al. from the University of Southampton, the University of Nottingham, and Institutions in France and Estonia have trapped hydrogen fluoride in the cavity of a C60 fullerene (HF@C60). Their characterization studies reveal that HF breaks the fullerene’s icosahedral symmetry and that the fullerene cage serves to shield the strongly polar molecule. Their work appears in Nature Chemistry.Researchers have been able to trap molecules within the fullerene cavity using a process called “molecular surgery.” As the name implies, the fullerene molecules is chemically “cut open” and a small molecule is forced into the spherical cavity. The hole is then chemically “sutured.”Previous research by this group demonstrated the successful encapsulation of HF in an open-cage fullerene; however attempts to suture the open-cage resulted in the HF molecule escaping. The current study reports the successful encapsulation of HF by reacting their open-cage product with PPh(Fu)2 ([2-furanyl] phenylphosphine] in the presence of molecular sieves at room temperature. They obtained the pre-cursor product that can be sutured using methods employed in the synthesis H2O@C60 (i.e., reduction with triisopropylphosphite followed by reaction with N-phenyl-maleimide).X-ray studies of HF@C60 indicated some distortion of the fullerene cage but because the distortions were not outside of standard deviation values, the results were inconclusive. UV and electrochemical studies, however, did show that the HF molecule does not seem to show an electrostatic interaction with the C60 cage.NMR studies using 1H, 13C, and 19F NMR as well as solid state 1H and 13C NMR provided more compelling information on the behavior of HF. The J coupling for 1H-19F confirm that there is a single molecule of HF within the C60 cavity.Krachmalnicoff, et al. then used inelastic neutron scattering and infrared absorption at low temperature to gain insight into the molecule’s intrinsic properties. Their findings provide evidence that HF’s rotational, vibrational, and translational motion is quantized with all transitions originating from the ground state. These studies showed that in the solid state, HF interact with the C60 molecule both by breaking its icosahedral symmetry and through dipole interactions with the interior of the cage.Hydrogen fluoride has a large dipole moment. Using capacitance studies to find the dielectric constant at low temperatures, Krachmalnicoff, et al. found that C60 shields the dipole such that the dipole moment for encapsulated HF is about 25% of the calculated dipole moment for HF.Overall, this research provides some interesting information on the properties of a single-molecule HF. Additional studies are needed to investigate why HF@C60 breaks the endofullerene’s icosahedral symmetry in the solid state as well as further investigation into HF@C60’s electronic properties. Synthesis of HF@C60 from HF@1. Credit: (c) Andrea Krachmalnicoff et al. The dipolar endofullerene HF@C60, Nature Chemistry (2016). DOI: 10.1038/nchem.2563 © 2016 Phys.org Citation: Synthesis and characterization of encapsulated single HF molecule (2016, July 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-07-synthesis-characterization-encapsulated-hf-molecule.html Water dimer captured inside a fullerene-C70
“The railways wants private capital for carrying out its enormous task. Getting private capital is not harmful to public nor to anybody. There should not be any misgiving about it. It is not privatisation,” he said in an informal chat with reporters here.Station development, utilisation of advertising space and commercialisation of vacant land are some of the areas which are being explored by the railways for attracting private investment, besides allowing 100 per cent FDI in the rail sector. Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJIRailway unions have been raising their voice against any move towards privatisation in the railway sector.Prabhu said at present, the railways is in the need of about Rs 6 lakh crore to Rs 8 lakh crore for completion of its all ongoing projects.He said a White Paper is being prepared to be presented in Parliament which will have all details.“First, there will be a diagnosis, then solution. White Paper is the diagnosis and then we will formulate a plan as a solution to the problems,” he said Also Read – Health remains key challenge in India’s development: KovindWhen his attention was drawn towards the claim of Rs 90,000 crore surplus made by the then Railway Minister Lalu Prasad, he said the prevailing condition in the railways is the result of the policy pursued in the past few years. “It is not because of recent happening. It is because of last 20/25 years that the railways has come to this pass,” he said, without naming anybody.“I am not blaming anybody for this. Whatever problems we will try to solve these,” he added. Emphasising on the drastic need for improvement in the railways, he said, “Improvement in customer service, safety upgradation, and modernisation of rail infrastructure is the need of the hour and these require money.” He further said there are two sources of getting additional funds. “One is passenger fare, the other is gross budgetary support (GBS).” Prabhu, considered to be pro-reform said, “We need additional resources to improve customer service. Freight tariff is already high. Passengers will happily pay more if we improve service.” On attracting private investment, the Railway Minister said a new model is being worked out for development of stations with private participation. “It is in the final stage and we will take it to the Cabinet for its approval before launching the model for private players.” He said there is also a remendous scope in earning more from the advertising in rail premises. “We can earn Rs 10,000 crore from advertising alone. The scope and benefit for advertisers in railways are much more than other areas as there is a larger captive audience for longer hours.”
Introspective and satirical works that question a farmer’s diminishing importance in society form the crux of artist Akshay Raj Singh Rathore’s first solo show that he has titled Impotent Rage.In the exhibition of mixed media installations at Gallery Espace art gallery here, the 36-year-old visual artist who hails from a landed zamindari family of Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh turns his gaze inwards.“I grew up in an atmosphere dominated by upper caste politics and witnessed deterioration of rural social structure. Also, many other influences made me aware of forces and issues at stake within contemporary societies,” says Rathore who holds a bachelors in Applied Arts from Baroda University. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’In the year 2009 the artist was part of Soil Bite, a Khoj International Artists’ Association workshop held in Patna, which explored ties between nature and humans.In the year 2010, Rathore attended the Sandarbh Residency in Partapur in Rajasthan, where his performative work asked people to leave their footprints on a disputed street being claimed by two religious communities. His work questioned land ownership and its ramifications.In his next residency in El Salavador in 2011, he witnessed a struggle over ‘fertile land’. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix“This show is a culmination, in a way, of all those experiences. It is a not a single-themed show. It delves into the hidden angst in rural India, which is invisible, even impotent,” says Rathore, now based in Paris.An installation in clay titled Civil/Uncivil sequenced into three stages – the origin – a lump of raw clay; the moulding – a functional brick; and the third, the brick’s broken down form, metaphorically questions the implementation of a system that forces people into following a rigid and edgy structure, whereas the original, organic counters are lost. “It’s a debate between what is civil and uncivil. It’s textural – it’s about the earth we inhabit and how we consider poor farmers to be uncivilized though they are the ones who are reason of the land’s fertility,” says Rathore. Obituary is a portrait of farmer Tikaram, standing alone, staring at a wall of seeds from his farm.“Tikaram, a 70-year-old belongs to a group of farmers who had mastered the best technique of utilising land fertility. He still does all his farming alone and maintains an ethos of bio-diversity and organic produce on his farm. The work is a tribute to the death of this sort of wise farming,” says Rathore. Accompanying the drawing of the farmer are sets of photos of seeds taken at Tikaram’s garden and the unique metamorphosis processes, following natural rhythms.“Now there is no control of a farmer over seeds, diversity and fertility, more so with the advent of new innovative trends, genetically modified seeds and the entire concept of scientific control over life,” says the artist.Food In Hand is a series of photographs of scooping out food grains taken at various local mandis and regional haats.The collection is a visual journey through weekly markets in rural India exploring the diversity of food they offer.“With the rise in packaged food, we have lost sensation of touching, smelling and ‘feeling’ what we eat. Packaging has rendered our diversity meaningless,” says the artist.His work Impotent Range is an installation of paintings, drawings, photographs, text and found material.
Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will set out for her tour to Germany and Italy on September 16, to bring more investments to Bengal.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said: “We don’tprefer to tour abroad much, unlike some other Chief Ministers who go out of thecountry 15 to 20 times a year. Some even have their own aircraft. But we need to go abroad once a year for the sake of Bengal and to bring in more business.””We organise Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS) every year. Representatives from around 40 countries attend the BGBS. They also request us to visit their countries. They might also not take it in a right way if we do not accept their invitation,” Banerjee said, adding that she will be holding one meeting at Frankfurt in Germany and another at Milan in Italy. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeShe further said that Italy is famous for its leather goods manufacturing industry. Bengal is also coming up as the number one state in the same sector in the country and now, many factories from Lucknow are shifting to Bengal.She said that there was an investment proposal of Rs 9.5 lakh crore in the BGBS and investment of Rs 3.60 lakh crore is already getting implemented.”A big team from Germany attended the BGBS and they had also invited us to visit their country,” Banerjee said, adding that there was also requests for visiting Poland. The state Power minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay had gone there. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedDebashis Sen, Additional Chief Secretary of the state IT and Electronics department, will be going to Silicon Valley. Banerjee, who will set out for her tour on September 16, will return to Kolkata on September 28.She further said that a group of ministers (GoM) and a committee of officers are being constituted to deal with any emergency situation and natural calamity in the state, during her visit to Frankfurt and Milan.She said: “We will always be available over phone. But the GoM will be able to tackle the situation here with proper coordination with the committee of officers, in case there is any emergency.” There are eleven ministers in the GoM, including state Education minister Partha Chatterjee, Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim, Transport minister Suvendu Adhikari and Irrigation minister Saumen Mahapatra. Meanwhile, there are 15 senior officials of different departments in the Committee of Officers.In connection with natural calamities like flood, she said that there has been heavy rainfall in China and the water is entering Bhutan and then Alipurduar and Jalpaiguri. Similarly, water flows into the state from neighbouring states like Jharkhand as well.
To celebrate the occasion of World Dance Day, Ministry of Culture and the India International Centre in association with Oil India, NTPC and IndianOil, is coming up with a two-day programme in the national Capital.Beginning from April 30, the programme will be held in the main auditorium, India International Centre. Day one of the programme will have public demonstration of Bharatanatyam at a class conducted by Geeta Chandran. In the evening, there will be discussion where dancer Geeta Chandran will exchange dialogues with Padma Vibhushan Dr Yamini Krishnamurthi. It will be followed by an interactive presentation of Bharatanatyam by Dr Swarnamalya Ganesh. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Day two will have a movement workshop titled- ‘Muscle Memory’ by Dr Anita Ratnam, which will be open to all dance styles. In the evening, a tribute to Padma Bhushan (the late) Kalanidhi Narayanan, will be held where speakers/performers such as Dr Kapila Vatsyayan, Guru Jamuna Krishnan, Rasika Khanna and (Padma Shri) Pratibha Prahlad will participate. It will be followed by Bharatanatyam performance by Dr Vasudevan Iyengar and Kathak performance by Sanjukta Sinha. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixFor over a decade, Geeta Chandran’s Natya Vriksha celebrates this occasion every year. Each year’s celebrations are planned differently and this year too, a heady mix awaits audiences. April 29 is International Dance Day also known as World Dance Day, it was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Committee of the UNESCO International Theatre Institute. The date was chosen to commemorate the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre, a French dancer and ballet master and a great reformer of dance.
Kolkata: The Detective department of Bidhannagar Police has arrested four persons in connection with the cheating case of selling dollars in front of Paribesh Bhavan near Beleghata.Sources said among the arrested persons, one was the mastermind behind the whole operation.The duo arrested earlier were given the task to identify such people who could be there target. The four identified as Iliyas Hossain, Mohammad Robiul Mir, alias Musha, Sobahan Howladar and Melon Shaikh. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeAll of them were arrested from Mahammadpur in Rajarahat area. All of them were remanded to 4-day police custody.According to the police, on the morning of August 30, a person named Abdul Halim, a resident of Karaya lodged a complaint with Bidhannagar South Police Station.He informed he has been duped of Rs 1 lakh. Two persons promise to sell him hundred notes of 20 US dollar.Halim said he met a person at Chittaran National Medical College hospital on August 30, who claimed that his name is Kabil. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedAt that moment, Kabil was collecting help saying he needs money for his father’s heart operation. Hearing the poverty issue, Halim gave him a hundred rupee note. Just after that, Bilal took out a 20 US dollar note and asked Halim to exchange it. Halim took the dollar and later exchanged it from Park Street. After Rs 950 was handed over to Kabil and his father near Paribesh Bhavan crossing, Kabil asked Halim that he is in dire need of Rs 1 lakh for his father’s operation.If Halim provides him with the money, then he would give him the 100 notes of 20 US dollar. On September 4, Kabil’s brother Musha and his father handed over a packet wrapped in a towel.After the money and packet got exchanged, Musha asked Halim to open the packet to verify the dollars. When Halim was unpacking it, both Musha and his father fled. On opening the packet, Halim found some folded newspapers and a dishwashing soap bar.Police informed Mir is the principal accused, who is the mastermind. Rest three were given the task to identify and approach persons who could be there possible targets.
Looking for ways to shed those extra kilos around your waistline? Worry not, according to a study, drinking water along with a meal can fill the stomach and signal the brain to stop eating.The findings showed that the brain listens to the stomach during eating. Drinking more water can alter messages from the stomach which can be interpreted as fullness by the brain. Further, intake of water along with a meal can increase stomach distension, curb appetite in the short term as well as increase the regional brain activity. This means anyone who is looking to lose weight or cut down on eating would benefit from a large drink with their meals. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’For the study, the team collected data from 19 participants during two separate sessions with different consumption procedures. In the experiment, participants drank a milk-shake on an empty stomach, which was followed by a small (50 mL) or large glass of water (350 mL). The large glass of water doubled the content in the stomach compared to the small glass. Those who drank the large glass also felt less hungry and felt fuller. The real time data of the brain, the stomach, and people’s feelings of satiety was measured simultaneously during the meal. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixMagnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) images were used to see how the different amounts of water affected stretching of the stomach– the large glass of water doubled the stomach content as compared to the small glass. “Combining these types of measurements is difficult, because MRI scanners are usually set-up to perform only one type of scan,” said lead author Guido Camps from Wageningen University in the Netherlands. “We’ve been able to very quickly switch the scanner from one functionality to another to do this type of research,” Camps added.
Kolkata: A housewife was allegedly beaten to death by her husband at Monteshwar in East Burdwan. The deceased Jhuma Ghosh (35) died while she was being shifted to Kolkata from Burdwan Medical College Hospital. Her husband Pralhad Ghosh fled the scene.Locals alleged that Pralhad had developed an extra-marital affair with another woman in Shaktigarh. Pralhad has business of curd cheese and for that he used to travel to various parts of the district. He also used to visit Shaktigarh, wher he met with another woman with whom Pralhad developed an affair. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeJhuma somehow came to know about her husband’s affair and protested against it. But that did not put an end to Pralhad’s affair. He continued with his affair and as a result altercations used take place between Jhuma and Pralhad almost daily. On Sunday night, a similar had situation occurred and an altercation broke out. All of a sudden Pralhad took out some blunt instrument and hit on Jhuma’s head. She became unconscious and immediately fell on Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedthe ground. On Seeing wife lying in a pool of blood, Pralhad fled the scene. Locals and other family members rushed Jhuma to Burdwan Medical College Hospital. As the patient was critical, she was referred to SSKM hospital in Kolkata on the wee hours of Monday, after providing first aid. But Jhuma died on her way to Kolkata. Later, her family members brought back Jhuma’s body to Burdwan Medical College hospital where doctors officially declared her brought dead. The mother-in-law of Jhuma, Debarati Ghosh also stated against her son.
The Spice Route offers an exclusive dining experience in a stunning backdrop. As you enter the courtyard, with its beautiful appearance, the ambience will instantly transport you to Southeast Asia – a picture perfect location accompanied by gentle music.Chef Veena Arora, Chef De Cuisine, The Spice Route, The Imperial, is all set to take you on a journey of spices around Southeast Asia, with her exotic and tempting brand new menu titled ‘Noodle Symphony.’ Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe recipes from the exclusive noodle menu comes with a twist to the traditional ones conjured up by the veteran Chef. When you swoop in a mouthful of the ‘Chef’s Special’ noodles, the thin and light cellophane noodles with cherry tomatoes and scrambled eggs takes you on a mind trip to Thailand. The chef advices that one must eat noodles as soon as they are served since the taste wears off and it might become slightly soggy when cold. Chef Veena had experimented with the traditional Kieow Tieow Naam with chicken and Thai style wontons making it both healthy and tasty for her guests. She did not forget her vegetarian guests in the process, as she says, “To cater to my vegetarian guests and make the menu equally desirable to meat lovers, I have added vegan meat in all the vegetarian recipes, made with konjac and soya.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveA noted advantage for vegetarians is the addition of mock meat in the noodles. “Vegan eaters often complain about the less variety in their noodles. Since it has mostly vegetables, they do not get to taste the variants in non-vegetarian noodle dishes. Therefore, to provide some more elements and give them a close taste of meat, I added mock meat. Initially, I used soya nuggets, but here in India, I do not like the smell they add to the noodles,” describes the Chef De Cuisine. One of the most outstanding dishes in the menu is Sen Krob – wok fried crispy noodle with vegetables in Thai light soya sauce. The ideal crisps blend in well with the vegetables and give you the much desired flavourful crunch in every bite making you crave for more. Another mention worthy meal is Kieow Tieow Kheow Waan – Thai rice noodles wok fried with green curry paste and bamboo shoots. The cooked-to-perfection broad noodle topped with crispy basil is an appetizing meal in itself.To wrap up your well enjoyed Southeast Asian meal, try out some vegan coconut ice cream garnished with roasted peanuts – another twist to ice cream consumption by Chef Veena! If you are not so fond of coconut, have the vegan chocolate ice cream with the peanuts – it tastes like heaven.Upon completion of your meal take a leisurely walk down the garden while contemplating about the delicacies and the spice party down in your tummy. Drop in for a meal with friends and family soon, to try out these enriching flavours of Thailand for an ultimate indulgence.
Kolkata: A 12-year-old girl from Panskura in East Midnapore committed suicide by consuming poison on Sunday night.The family members of the girl told the police that the victim, Moumita Murmu, (12) took the drastic step after they refused to give her a new mobile phone. Police have started a detailed probe into the incident. The body of the girl has been sent to the Tomluk Hospital for an autopsy. Murmu was a resident of Arjunda village of Panskura. The police said the victim had asked her parents — Biren Murmu and Monu Murmu —to buy her a mobile phone. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThey told her that they would not be able to fulfill her demand as they did not have enough money to buy a new phone. But the girl refused to listen to them and insisted on buying a mobile phone.Her parents could never imagine that she might commit suicide following the incident. On late Sunday night, the parents heard the girl screaming in pain inside her room. They rushed her to the Panskura Superspecialty Hospital. The doctors at the hospital tried their best but failed to save her life. According to the hospital sources the victim consumed poison in sufficient quantity. A family member of the victim told the police that the girl was rebuked by her parents. The police have initiated a probe in this regard.
Kolkata: Kolkata Police Commissioner Anuj Sharma on Friday reiterated that strong action will be taken against those who are spreading rumours to disturb the law and order situation in the city and the state.”Some people are spreading rumours in order to foment trouble for their petty political or personal interests. They are trying to disturb the law and order situation of the state. We are strongly dealing with the situation and will continue to do so. We have already located such people and will take strong action against them,” Sharma told reporters at a Press conference in Nabanna. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAdditional Director General of Police (Law & Order) Siddh Nath Gupta said that 22 cases of violence have been registered across the state in the last few days following rumour mongering, in which 40 people have been arrested. Kolkata has registered six cases of mob violence, out of which eight people have been arrested in three cases. According to Sharma, police have stumbled upon certain videos on social media that have been circulated for spreading panic among people. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata”We are keeping a close watch and people involved in such acts would be booked under the law and strong action will be taken against them,” he asserted. Gupta said their probe has revealed that some outsiders are involved in such incidents. “There are some individuals and some groups involved in these acts. We have also found in our investigation that some people are instigating such incidents but not venturing to the scene. We will locate them as well,” he said. The police are using public address system at various places to alert people and advising them not to pay heed to any kind of rumour. Leaflets are also being distributed to ensure that people stay updated regarding the same. Lalbazar has already issued strict orders to all the 70 police stations in the city, asking them to launch a special vigilance and round up anyone spreading false information.
It only happens once or twice each NFL season. Vegas releases a betting line so enticing it looks like it must be a mistake. 4-4 Pittsburgh giving 2.5 points at home against 7-1 Dallas this weekend is one of those games.At first glance, Dallas getting points against struggling Pittsburgh looks like a gift. The Steelers just dropped their third straight, and Big Ben is only one game removed from returning from a knee injury. Meanwhile, Dallas is steamrolling through the NFL with a 7-1 record. So, what gives with the line?Today in the Herd, Colin said the public is heavy on the Cowboys, which means the smart money is headed in the other direction. It’s a trap.“Dallas is getting 90% of the consumers’ money. Whenever that number goes above 80, wiseguys go the other way. There may not be another game this year where more people have bet on one side.” Advertisement Vegas insiders see the game is a must win home game for Big Ben and the Steelers, who should be able to exploit an injured Dallas secondary, which has allowed its last four opponents to complete over 70% of their passes.The sharps are on Pittsburgh, the squares are gobbling up the Cowboys. Don’t be a mark, follow the smart money, and thank Uncle Colin.Don’t be shocked if the Steelers beat the Cowboys on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/UiDI7mZxAx— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) November 9, 2016
10. Raiders: Derwin James, S, Florida State – Jon Gruden needs impact players on defense and James is an elite athlete and playmaker that can cover or play in the box and lay the wood in the run game. Oakland’s secondary has been atrocious. James helps sure up the back end as Gruden rebuilds.You DON’T want to miss the #NFLDraft tape for former @FSUFootball DB Derwin James. #Noles #FSU pic.twitter.com/5fqChwiePQ— ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN) April 10, 2018 8. Bears: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame – The Bears give Mitchell Trubisky some interior line protection with the dominant Nelson. He’s been compared to Cowboys Pro Bowl guard Zach Martin, and will step in and play at a high level immediately. Nelson is a mauler and plays like a throwback. If the Bears are going to turn it around, they need to keep Trubisky off his back. Not a sexy pick, but a solid one.Quenton Nelson (LG #56) is an elite prospect. Blocks like this are why 😳 pic.twitter.com/JQVRte6XM8— J.R. (@JReidDraftScout) January 29, 2018 With the NFL Draft approaching, the pre-draft rumor mill is in overdrive regarding which direction teams are leaning with their picks, Colin tried to separate the truth from the smokescreens and reshuffled his draft order for a seventh time. His seventh mock reflects the most recent developments, including Cleveland taking a quarterback not named Sam Darnold.Here’s Colin’s Top 10, 7.0:Browns: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming – Colin has had the Browns taking Sam Darnold since his first mock – he still thinks he’s the best option – but one of his NFL sources confirmed reports that new GM John Dorsey is heavily considering Josh Allen with the pick, so he made the change. Allen’s big frame and huge arm are a perfect fit for the nasty second half AFC North weather conditions, but he’s still a sub 60% completion percentage college quarterback, which is a huge red flag. Allen is boom or bust, but the Browns take the leap.Amazing stuff from Josh Allen at the NFL Combine. Has looked the best out of the first group. Baker, Rudolph and Rosen are in the second group. pic.twitter.com/sjxQbHeEor— Buffalo Sports Talk (@BUFSportsTalk) March 3, 2018 7. Bucs: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama – Colin still thinks Fitzpatrick is too good for the Bucs to pass up at 7. Tampa needs secondary help and Fitzpatrick is the prototype hybrid DB that can play safety or cover the slot. He provides attitude and leadership to a Tampa D that’s been average. Many say he’s the safest pick in the draft. Day 1 starter.Minkah is a God. pic.twitter.com/2Ul4FAaqqN— The Mick Nartin™ (@themicknartin) February 11, 2018 3. Jets (From Colts): Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA – The Jets moved up to the third spot to draft a quarterback and come away with the best pure passer in the draft. There are more questions about Rosen’s durability and personality than there are about his ability. He’s ready to play right away, but he’ll have to avoid stepping into New York media landmines with his mouth. He and Darnold continue their cross-town rivalry on the other coast.Josh Rosen with a Dan Marino FAKE SPIKE pic.twitter.com/3aSY26m3m2— Eric Elizondo (@EricElizondo8) September 4, 2017 5. Broncos: Denzel Ward, DB, Ohio State – John Elway could go any number of directions with this pick, but elects to replace the departed Aqib Talib with the draft’s best corner in Ward. He ran a 4.32 40-yard dash at the combine, is an elite athlete, a sure tackler and immediately fills a huge need for Denver.Does Denzel Ward get docked for doing this? pic.twitter.com/MwXUEY6Fk7— Marcus Chai (@OaklandScout) February 1, 2018 6. Bills (From Colts) : Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma – With the other top quarterback prospects off the board, Buffalo trades into the Colts slot to grab Baker Mayfield. Colin has been critical of Mayfield for maturity issues, but he’s accurate and is one of three rookie QB’s that can play right away. Colin thinks Mayfield’s lack of size and arm strength are a bad fit for the winter conditions in Buffalo.Showing off the arm!! @bakermayfield feeling good throwing deep balls to his guys on @OU_Football Pro Day #Sooners #proday #OUDNA pic.twitter.com/Y7S4NxDdmf— Sooner Sports TV (@SoonerSportsTV) March 14, 2018 4. Browns (From Houston): Bradley Chubb, DE, N.C. State – With their quarterback in the fold, the Browns take explosive edge rusher Chubb to pair with last year’s #1 pick Myles Garrett. Quality NFL pass rushers are hard to find, and Chubb is a special one. Cleveland will be getting plenty of pressure on opposing QB’s with their new dynamic duo.Whew. Bradley Chubb speed rush 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/hQSudmbtD0— Billy Marshall (@BillyM_91) February 18, 2018 2. Giants: Sam Darnold, QB, USC – Reports through the pre-draft process have indicated that the Giants will pass on a QB here, but with Darnold falling in their lap they can’t pass him up. Darnold has the least bust potential of any of the quarterbacks, all the intangibles teams look for in a franchise signal caller, and his low key personality can handle the media spotlight. New York gets a successor to Eli and a potential star to match up with Carson Wentz in the division.Non mais quelle fin de match ! QB Sam Darnold pour WR Deontay Burnett. TD Trojans !USC 24, Texas 17 OTpic.twitter.com/R1jDYdnOhe— TBP College Football (@thebluepennant) September 17, 2017 9. Niners: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State – GM John Lynch needs playmakers and grabs the biggest home run hitter in the draft for Jimmy G and Kyle Shanahan. Colin doesn’t think Barkley is a 20+ carry-a-game NFL back, but Shanahan will get him the ball in a variety of ways in what will be an explosive offense. Perfect marriage of player and scheme. Advertisement Watch Colin break down his Top 10, 7.0:For the first time, Sam Darnold isn’t going No. 1 to the Browns@ColinCowherd unveils his Mock Draft 7.0 👀 pic.twitter.com/WoTAguWNBr— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) April 11, 2018
OBJ’s hurt too much to be an all-time greatOdell Beckahm is reportedly dealing with a hip injury that’s reportedly not too serious, but given his long injury history, there’s no telling if it will have an impact beyond the preseason.Colin thinks Odell has all-time great talent, but he gets hurt too often to put together the all-time great career he likes to forecast for himself. Colin sees Jarvis Landry ending up with more catches than Beckham because he’s talented, but more so because he’s durable and always available. Beckham is great when he’s healthy, but when is that? He’s like a new Lambo that’s always in the shop. Guests:Brian Westbrook, Greg Cosell, Kyle Turley, and Oliver Luck Also:-Cowboys ‘Triplets’ are overrated-Colin’s 4 new NFL playoff teams-Boogie’s probably done
3 min read Handyman Ramon “Ray” Gonzales III admits he was living up to his profession’s negative reputation: archaic business practices and scattershot reliability. Six months after launching Hey Ray Handyman in Nashville, Tenn., he was falling behind on trafficking and tracking invoices and estimates, communicating with clients and collecting payments. And he was showing up late for appointments. His makeshift mobile office—consisting of a dog-eared appointment calendar and loose-leaf notebook—wasn’t cutting it. “The way I was running my business was really old-fashioned, and I was losing a lot because of it,” Gonzales says. The fixSearching for a mobile app that could help, Gonzales discovered Breezeworks, an iOS and Android micro-business organizing program. For a monthly fee of $20, the app helps mobile solopreneurs, small-business operators and franchisees (up to 20 users) manage scheduling, appointments, client and internal communications, invoicing, payment processing and bid and job status. In other words, it puts the stuff that all service professionals—from plumbers to photographers to landscapers—see as necessary evils into the one tool that never leaves their side: their phone. The resultsGonzales knew he was onto something good when he received an alert from Breezeworks telling him he needed to be at a job in 45 minutes, and that given current traffic conditions it would take him 32 minutes to get there. “I arrived 10 minutes early, and the guy told me, ‘You’re my handyman from now on,’” he recalls.Admittedly tech-challenged, Gonzales says it took him less than an hour to get up and running on Breezeworks, and only a few days to get comfortable using the program. “It has saved me a lot of stress with handling appointments alone,” he says. “It has literally saved me hours, even days, of work a week with my receipts, my invoicing and my books. It keeps me organized and gives a professional front to my brand that I think really sets me apart from the competition.” A second opinionWith its ability to coordinate, automate and track essential business functions and customer touchpoints in a timely, professional fashion, all via smartphone, a mobile platform like Breezeworks provides an immediate competitive advantage in fields that are “always way behind the [technology] curve,” says Paul Sanneman, founder of Dream Business Coaching in Novato, Calif. Sanneman, who consults with construction contractors as well as other service professionals, believes the hardest part about Breezeworks is getting the tech-averse to change their behavior and actually use it. “If you’re in an industry that’s slow to adopt technology,” he says, “you can leap ahead of the competition for very little money, just by being an early adopter.” March 26, 2015 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals This story appears in the April 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Register Now »
Firefox 53: exclusive content process for local files by Martin Brinkmann on November 27, 2016 in Firefox – 21 commentsMozilla enabled a new security feature in Firefox 53 recently that moves local file access to a new content process in the browser.Firefox’s new multi-process architecture Electrolysis is making big leaps. Mozilla started to roll out the new architecture in Firefox 48 Stable. While the roll out is still on going, Mozilla is already planning ahead in Firefox Nightly, the cutting edge development version of the web browser.The stable versions of Firefox that have the multi-process architecture enabled by default use one content process only currently.This means that the browser is using two processes: one content and one for the browser core. Users who use NPAPI plugins may see a third container for plugin content.Firefox 53: Content Process for local file accessFirefox Nightly on top of that uses a process for GPU tasks powered by the browser’s new Quantum Compositor technology.Plans are underway to enable a second content process in Nightly for instance.The improvement in Firefox 53 Nightly adds another new content process to Firefox that is only created when local files are accessed.Any request to access local files using the file:// protocol uses an exclusive process for that request starting in Firefox 53 provided that the multi-process architecture is enabled.The main reason for doing so is security. Mozilla notes that moving local file requests to their own process would block compromised Firefox processes from accessing local files.The new local file access content process has only read access on the system Firefox is run on on top of that.If we only have file:// URLs processed is a separate content process, then a compromised normal content process would not be able to use them to read files.The file:// URL content process, would have read only permissions.The new security feature is already enabled on Firefox 53 Nightly. It is not clear yet if it will land in Firefox 53 Stable.The new feature is controlled by a a Boolean preference.Type about:config in the Firefox address bar and hit the Enter-key afterwards.Confirm that you will be careful.Search for browser.tabs.remote.separateFileUriProcess.Set the preference to true (default) to enable the new content process for local file access, or set it to false to disable it.You can check out the Bugzilla@Mozilla listing to read up on the development of the feature. (via Sören Hentzschel)Closing WordsMoving file access processes to their own content process makes sense from a security point of view. Since this process is only launched when file:// requests are made, and killed when the request end, it should have little to no impact on the browser from a performance point of view.Now You: Do you run a browser with multi-process architecture?SummaryArticle NameFirefox 53: exclusive content process for local filesDescriptionMozilla enabled a new security feature in Firefox 53 recently that moves local file access to a new content process in the browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
How to fix Memory Management Bluescreens on Windows 10 by Martin Brinkmann on October 20, 2017 in Windows – Last Update: May 22, 2018 – 2 commentsWhen I tried to install the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 on my Surface Pro 4 device using Windows Update, I was greeted with a “Your PC ran into a problem” bluescreen message highlighting the stop code Memory Management.The error happened during the installation of a feature update, but reports on the Internet suggest that it may also happen on boot, installation of minor updates, or while the PC is in use.The full message on the bluescreen read:Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.If you call a support person, give them this info: Stop Code Memory ManagementGood news is that the error message hints at the problem (something memory related caused the issue); bad news is that there is no “do this” fix to correct the issue as it may have multiple causes.Fix Memory Management Bluescreens on Windows 10The first thing that you may want to do is create a backup of your system. This is a precaution and ensures that you still have access to your data if the machine dies or something unexpected happens.If you can boot into the Windows 10 environment do so afterwards. If you cannot, try booting into Safe Mode on Windows 10 instead.Note: Many “help” sites out there suggest that you run a “repair” tool to fix the issue. This is an advertisement for the program, and you will have to buy the program to fix any issues that it finds. These programs don’t fix serious issues usually.Step 1: Run Memory DiagnosticsThe computer’s memory may have caused the memory management bluescreen on the device. Since this is all the information we have at the point, it makes sense to run memory diagnostics to make sure memory is not defect.Note: Memory Diagnostics needs to run when Windows starts. You are prompted to restart right away, or run the diagnostics module on the next start of the computer.Tap on the Windows-key, type Control Panel, and select the item when it is displayed.Switch the “view by” mode at the top right corner to “small icons”.Select Administrative Tools from the list of control panel applets.Start Windows Memory Diagnostic when the Administrative Tools window opens.Select whether you want to restart the Windows machine right then and there, or run Memory Diagnostics on the next start of the system instead.Tip: You can run a third-party tool like MemTest64 or MemTest86+.Here is a quick video that demonstrates how to run the built-in Windows tool to fix Memory Management Error 0X0000001A in Safe Mode.Step 2: Scan for corrupt Windows files and hard drive issuesOpen an elevated command prompt. Press the Windows-key, type cmd.exe, hold down the Ctrl-key and Shift-key, and hit the Enter-key on the keyboard.Type the command sfc /scannow as shown on the screenshot above.Windows checks core files of the operating system to make sure they are not corrupt or missing. The process takes a couple of minutes to complete.If you get “Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations”, everything is fine and you can move on. If integrity violations were discovered, you may have found the issue that caused the memory management bluescreen.Once you are done with that, run chkdsk C: f\ afterwards to check the primary hard drive of the computer for errors.Step 3:Smaller things you may want to try:If you experience memory management bluescreens during operations, make sure your PC is up to date. Use Windows-I to open the Settings application, and select Windows & Security > Windows Update to run a check for updates.Also, check the recently installed software or updates listing. If the bluescreen messages coincide with the installation of software or updates, try removing those to see if that fixes the issue.Make sure the PC is not overclocked or underclocked. You need to check the BIOS / UEFI for that. How you get there depends on the manufacturer and make of the BIOS / UEFI. On the Surface, hold down Volume UP while you hit the Power button. The Surface has no overclocking settings though, but many desktop motherboards have. Some tools may also enable overclocking functionality, make sure you run those and reset the values to their factory defaults.If your PC has multiple RAM units, try removing some of them to test if it makes a difference, or moving them to different slots.Remove any hardware that is not required if you update Windows, for instance a 56K modem using Device Manager.Run a full scan for malware. You can use Windows Defender for that, or a third-party solution like Malwarebytes.Step 4: How I fixed the issue on my Surface Pro 4My Surface Pro 4 threw the memory management error when I tried to upgrade to the Fall Creators Update. It did not matter how I tried to update: Windows Update and running the update from a bootable USB Flash drive ended in the error being displayed on the screen, and the earlier version of the operating system being restored.I ran memory diagnostics and other check ups, and nothing came out of it. I made the decision then to clean install Windows instead.The downside to this was that I would lose access to all files and programs installed on the device if the operation would complete successfully. I created a backup of the system to store the files safely, and started the process.Download the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft to get started.Follow the on-screen prompts to create installation media on a USB Flash Drive (or DVD if you prefer that).Boot the PC you want to upgrade using the installation media.Make sure you select to do a clean install and proceed with the installation.The clean installation worked in my case, the Surface was not throwing any memory management errors during installation, and booted into the Windows 10 desktop just fine afterwards.I had to copy my files back to the device afterwards, and install the software that I wanted to use on it as all of that was gone due to the clean install of the operating system.Closing WordsThe memory management bluescreen does not necessarily mean that the memory or the memory banks of the computer are damaged. While that is certainly a possibility, it can also be caused by software or drivers, and other things that are easier to fix.Now You: How do you handle bluescreen errors?SummaryArticle NameHow to fix Memory Management Bluescreens on Windows 10DescriptionFind out how to fix the memory management bluescreen error that Windows machines may throw when you update the operating system, or use it.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement