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JAKARTA – Jessica Iskandar and Vincent Verhaag have just done a gender reveal for their future child.

The gender reveal event was held in the Menteng area, Jakarta on Sunday (5/12) behind closed doors and only surrounded by family and friends.

Also Read:

Jessica Iskandar Called Pregnant First, the Father: Who Said?

5 Facts about Jessica Iskandar’s Pregnancy, Number 4 Her Moment is Moving

The artist who is often called Jedar shared their happy moments through his Instagram on (6/12).

“God’s power is amazing at its best. He has a wonderful plan. My family and I went through it with joy and gratitude. May sister @alexanderbarackel be born with blessings and blessings from God YME, be a healthy child, long life, lots of fortune, love family, useful, responsible and all things good for her. Amen. Me and @v.andriantk thank you for the prayers and greetings from all the friends, may goodness always envelop your lives, “wrote Jedar completing the upload.

Through this post, there were comments from netizens who questioned Jessica’s gestational age.

Many netizens suspect that Jessica is pregnant out of wedlock with Vincent Verhaag. This suspicion arose after netizens saw Jedar’s stomach which was getting bigger. Even though Jessica Iskandar’s marriage age is currently only 1.5 months.

“Gaes, don’t be married to pregnant women. How many months, how many months is their business? We just pray for the good. Let our goodness return to ourselves,” wrote @lidyashaputri.

“Lha.. feeling really fast huh? Seriously asking how many months? * Sorry for being confused 😂😂 I hope the pregnancy spreads quickly… stay healthy, mom and baby,” commented @chaa.zhao.

Jessica Iskandar and Vincent Verhaag officially became husband and wife on October 22, 2021. They held a wedding party in Central Jakarta. Then on November 15, 2021, Jedar announced her pregnancy via Instagram.

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The gender reveal event was held in the Menteng area, Jakarta on Sunday (5/12) behind closed doors and only surrounded by family and friends.

Also Read:

Jessica Iskandar Called Pregnant First, the Father: Who Said?

5 Facts about Jessica Iskandar’s Pregnancy, Number 4 Her Moment is Moving

The artist who is often called Jedar shared their happy moments through his Instagram on (6/12).

“God’s power is amazing at its best. He has a wonderful plan. My family and I went through it with joy and gratitude. May sister @alexanderbarackel be born with blessings and blessings from God YME, be a healthy child, long life, lots of fortune, love family, useful, responsible and all things good for her. Amen. Me and @v.andriantk thank you for the prayers and greetings from all the friends, may goodness always envelop your lives, “wrote Jedar completing the upload.

Through this post, there were comments from netizens who questioned Jessica’s gestational age.

Many netizens suspect that Jessica is pregnant out of wedlock with Vincent Verhaag. This suspicion arose after netizens saw Jedar’s stomach which was getting bigger. Even though Jessica Iskandar’s marriage age is currently only 1.5 months.

“Gaes, don’t be married to pregnant women. How many months, how many months is their business? We just pray for the good. Let our goodness return to ourselves,” wrote @lidyashaputri.

“Lha.. feeling really fast huh? Seriously asking how many months? * Sorry for being confused 😂😂 I hope the pregnancy spreads quickly… stay healthy, mom and baby,” commented @chaa.zhao.

Jessica Iskandar and Vincent Verhaag officially became husband and wife on October 22, 2021. They held a wedding party in Central Jakarta. Then on November 15, 2021, Jedar announced her pregnancy via Instagram.

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Researchers at the Indian Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL) have used 3D printing to create a revamped fuel injector that could allow for the lower-cost propulsion of ground-to-air missiles.

Through the adoption of PBF 3D printing, and the integration of a triangular cross-section into their injector design, the team have been able to consolidate two parts that usually need assembling, into a single, flow-optimized device. In doing so, the engineers say they have not only managed to avoid the use of pricey electron beam welding (EBW), but to build-in unique, latticed weight-reducing elements.

A 3D model of the DMRL team’s topologically-optimized fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

India’s state-backed missile R&D

Ever since 2009, the DMRL’s Novel Manufacturing Technologies Group has been using an Optomec LENS-750 system to print prototype missile parts from steel, titanium and various super alloys. In the process, the group’s engineers have identified the technology’s benefits compared to conventional aerospace production processes, particularly around design freedom and lead times.

However, following the success of a similar thruster project at India’s Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, the researchers have decided to switch away from DED technology, and design a fuel injector of their own. By turning to PBF, the engineers now say that they’ve been able to take an existing missile part, and redesign it in a way that removes the need for supports without hindering its structural integrity.

“Due to limitations in conventional manufacturing, designers do not have much flexibility to create parts with a better and efficient design that are lighter and stronger, but instead [they] are forced to design components exclusively for manufacture,” said the team in their paper. “3D printing comes as a solution to manufacture the components as conceptualized, designed and modeled by the designer.”

Optical microscopy images of the researchers' 3D printed missile fuel injector.
Optical microscopy images of the researchers’ 3D printed missile fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

A revamped ticket to the skies

For their PBF experiment, the DMRL team chose to redesign a fuel injector part that’s usually used within the reaction control systems of missiles or rockets to provide them with altitude control. Composed of ‘injector’ and ‘ring’ elements, as well as three big holes for fuel and oxidiser output, these components are conventionally produced via CNC machining and EDM, before being fused together with EBW.

According to the engineers, producing the device’s elements separately in this way, makes them “overweight” and “compromises their performance and efficiency,” while necessitating the inclusion of supports for its complex internal geometry.

By switching to PBF and taking a DfAM approach, on the other hand, the DMRL researchers were able to produce their injector as one print, with a new 66.4° cross-section that enabled it to stand support-free. In their revamp, the team also managed to upgrade the part’s flow paths, as well as removing material from its low-stressed regions and introducing ultra-lightweight lattices into its base.

Once the engineers had finished overhauling their fuel injector, they 3D printed a prototype using an EOS-M400 DMLS machine from the IN718 nickel alloy over the course of 30 hours, then subjected it to SEM and mechanical testing. The resulting part was found to feature “well-formed internal cavity regions,” and proved to be “densely built, without any major pores or cracks” to weaken its structural rigidity.

Additionally, during testing, the device exhibited a compressive stress resistance of 500 to 600 MPa, as well as impressive hardness and tensile strength properties, that the team said were “superior to those of conventionally melted and cast IN718.”

As a result, the researchers concluded that they had successfully proven the viability of their 3D printing-based approach and the end-use potential of their fuel injector. However, they also said that more rig testing is needed to assess their part’s “functional efficiency,” while further analysis could lend help identify further device optimization opportunities.

The US has previously tested hypersonic missile technology, but has not yet produced a fully functional weapon. Photo via US DoD.
U.S. defense agencies have long-been experimenting with missile 3D printing technologies. Photo via the U.S. Department of Defense.

3D printing’s launch applications

As the capabilities of large-format metal 3D printers continue to scale, so do their aerospace applications, and the technology has been tested with extensively by defense agencies around the world. Just last year, research organization ASTRO America proposed building a hypersonic missile production facility following a DARPA-commissioned study, which could potentially be fitted with 3D printers.

As part of its own mission to 3D print qualified missile parts, the US Army Research Laboratory has enlisted the help of Senvol and its machine learning software. Using its proprietary AI algorithms, the firm has been contracted to develop a flexible ‘qualification plan,’ that can be applied to any component or additive manufacturing system.

Elsewhere, 3D printing has been deployed to manufacture thrusters in the wider aerospace field too, with Agile Space now joining long-term adopters like Launcher and Rocket Lab in using the tech to develop upgraded propulsion systems.

The researchers’ findings are detailed in their paper titled “3D Printing of Fuel Injector in IN718 Alloy for Missile Applications,” which was co-authored by Saride Ramesh Kumar, V. Srinivas, G. Jagan Reddy, M. Raghavender Rao and T. Raghu.

To stay up to date with the latest 3D printing news, don’t forget to subscribe to the 3D Printing Industry newsletter or follow us on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook.

For a deeper dive into additive manufacturing, you can now subscribe to our Youtube channel, featuring discussion, debriefs, and shots of 3D printing in-action.

Are you looking for a job in the additive manufacturing industry? Visit 3D Printing Jobs for a selection of roles in the industry.

Featured image shows a 3D model of the DMRL team’s topologically-optimized fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

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Researchers at the Indian Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL) have used 3D printing to create a revamped fuel injector that could allow for the lower-cost propulsion of ground-to-air missiles.

Through the adoption of PBF 3D printing, and the integration of a triangular cross-section into their injector design, the team have been able to consolidate two parts that usually need assembling, into a single, flow-optimized device. In doing so, the engineers say they have not only managed to avoid the use of pricey electron beam welding (EBW), but to build-in unique, latticed weight-reducing elements.

A 3D model of the DMRL team’s topologically-optimized fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

India’s state-backed missile R&D

Ever since 2009, the DMRL’s Novel Manufacturing Technologies Group has been using an Optomec LENS-750 system to print prototype missile parts from steel, titanium and various super alloys. In the process, the group’s engineers have identified the technology’s benefits compared to conventional aerospace production processes, particularly around design freedom and lead times.

However, following the success of a similar thruster project at India’s Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, the researchers have decided to switch away from DED technology, and design a fuel injector of their own. By turning to PBF, the engineers now say that they’ve been able to take an existing missile part, and redesign it in a way that removes the need for supports without hindering its structural integrity.

“Due to limitations in conventional manufacturing, designers do not have much flexibility to create parts with a better and efficient design that are lighter and stronger, but instead [they] are forced to design components exclusively for manufacture,” said the team in their paper. “3D printing comes as a solution to manufacture the components as conceptualized, designed and modeled by the designer.”

Optical microscopy images of the researchers' 3D printed missile fuel injector.
Optical microscopy images of the researchers’ 3D printed missile fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

A revamped ticket to the skies

For their PBF experiment, the DMRL team chose to redesign a fuel injector part that’s usually used within the reaction control systems of missiles or rockets to provide them with altitude control. Composed of ‘injector’ and ‘ring’ elements, as well as three big holes for fuel and oxidiser output, these components are conventionally produced via CNC machining and EDM, before being fused together with EBW.

According to the engineers, producing the device’s elements separately in this way, makes them “overweight” and “compromises their performance and efficiency,” while necessitating the inclusion of supports for its complex internal geometry.

By switching to PBF and taking a DfAM approach, on the other hand, the DMRL researchers were able to produce their injector as one print, with a new 66.4° cross-section that enabled it to stand support-free. In their revamp, the team also managed to upgrade the part’s flow paths, as well as removing material from its low-stressed regions and introducing ultra-lightweight lattices into its base.

Once the engineers had finished overhauling their fuel injector, they 3D printed a prototype using an EOS-M400 DMLS machine from the IN718 nickel alloy over the course of 30 hours, then subjected it to SEM and mechanical testing. The resulting part was found to feature “well-formed internal cavity regions,” and proved to be “densely built, without any major pores or cracks” to weaken its structural rigidity.

Additionally, during testing, the device exhibited a compressive stress resistance of 500 to 600 MPa, as well as impressive hardness and tensile strength properties, that the team said were “superior to those of conventionally melted and cast IN718.”

As a result, the researchers concluded that they had successfully proven the viability of their 3D printing-based approach and the end-use potential of their fuel injector. However, they also said that more rig testing is needed to assess their part’s “functional efficiency,” while further analysis could lend help identify further device optimization opportunities.

The US has previously tested hypersonic missile technology, but has not yet produced a fully functional weapon. Photo via US DoD.
U.S. defense agencies have long-been experimenting with missile 3D printing technologies. Photo via the U.S. Department of Defense.

3D printing’s launch applications

As the capabilities of large-format metal 3D printers continue to scale, so do their aerospace applications, and the technology has been tested with extensively by defense agencies around the world. Just last year, research organization ASTRO America proposed building a hypersonic missile production facility following a DARPA-commissioned study, which could potentially be fitted with 3D printers.

As part of its own mission to 3D print qualified missile parts, the US Army Research Laboratory has enlisted the help of Senvol and its machine learning software. Using its proprietary AI algorithms, the firm has been contracted to develop a flexible ‘qualification plan,’ that can be applied to any component or additive manufacturing system.

Elsewhere, 3D printing has been deployed to manufacture thrusters in the wider aerospace field too, with Agile Space now joining long-term adopters like Launcher and Rocket Lab in using the tech to develop upgraded propulsion systems.

The researchers’ findings are detailed in their paper titled “3D Printing of Fuel Injector in IN718 Alloy for Missile Applications,” which was co-authored by Saride Ramesh Kumar, V. Srinivas, G. Jagan Reddy, M. Raghavender Rao and T. Raghu.

To stay up to date with the latest 3D printing news, don’t forget to subscribe to the 3D Printing Industry newsletter or follow us on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook.

For a deeper dive into additive manufacturing, you can now subscribe to our Youtube channel, featuring discussion, debriefs, and shots of 3D printing in-action.

Are you looking for a job in the additive manufacturing industry? Visit 3D Printing Jobs for a selection of roles in the industry.

Featured image shows a 3D model of the DMRL team’s topologically-optimized fuel injector. Image via the Indian National Academy of Engineering.

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This article belongs to the game guide Fortnite

We tell you exactly how and where to find Spider-Man’s famous web shooters, and you probably still have to wait a few days.

There are many new features in this new chapter of Fortnite, and in this first season, the good old Spider-Man is going to have a great role, and surely you are going to want to get his web launcher as well.

There are many users who are currently combing the entire map to find the famous spider-man launches Spider-Man on Fortnite, and we are going to tell you exactly when you could find them and in what areas they will be available so that you can go directly to them.

So don’t go too far out of the way, because the truth is that Spider-Man’s web shooters are pretty easy and straightforward to come by, as long as you’ve waited for the right moment.

Fortnite Chapter 3: Where and How to Find Spider-Man’s Web Launchers

Most important of all, to get the Spider-Man web shooters you will have to wait until next December 11.

This was announced by Epic Games itself in the update patch notes for this new chapter, stating that from December 11 you can wear the Spider-Man web shooters.

The good thing about these Spider-Man web shooters is that you can wear them with any suit, in addition to Spider-Man that is obtained through the battle pass.

Fortnite

Apparently, as leakers have pointed out, Spider-Man’s web launcher can be found in the main building of Daily Budge, a new area that is located exactly in the upper right area of ​​the map.

In this building there should be Spider-Man with whom you will have to fight or interact to be able to carry the web launchers, although there is still the question of whether we can get them under other procedures.

For more details we have left you a list with all the skins and objects that you will be able to get in this new season of Chapter 3 of Fortnite. Also the solution to jump through rings of fire with a vehicle.

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This article belongs to the game guide Fortnite

We tell you exactly how and where to find Spider-Man’s famous web shooters, and you probably still have to wait a few days.

There are many new features in this new chapter of Fortnite, and in this first season, the good old Spider-Man is going to have a great role, and surely you are going to want to get his web launcher as well.

There are many users who are currently combing the entire map to find the famous spider-man launches Spider-Man on Fortnite, and we are going to tell you exactly when you could find them and in what areas they will be available so that you can go directly to them.

So don’t go too far out of the way, because the truth is that Spider-Man’s web shooters are pretty easy and straightforward to come by, as long as you’ve waited for the right moment.

Fortnite Chapter 3: Where and How to Find Spider-Man’s Web Launchers

Most important of all, to get the Spider-Man web shooters you will have to wait until next December 11.

This was announced by Epic Games itself in the update patch notes for this new chapter, stating that from December 11 you can wear the Spider-Man web shooters.

The good thing about these Spider-Man web shooters is that you can wear them with any suit, in addition to Spider-Man that is obtained through the battle pass.

Fortnite

Apparently, as leakers have pointed out, Spider-Man’s web launcher can be found in the main building of Daily Budge, a new area that is located exactly in the upper right area of ​​the map.

In this building there should be Spider-Man with whom you will have to fight or interact to be able to carry the web launchers, although there is still the question of whether we can get them under other procedures.

For more details we have left you a list with all the skins and objects that you will be able to get in this new season of Chapter 3 of Fortnite. Also the solution to jump through rings of fire with a vehicle.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638819948) } [3]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(102) "Soneva launches the new wellness brand Soul, between medicine, science and holistic wellness practices" ["link"]=> string(135) "https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/soneva-launches-the-new-wellness-brand-soul-between-medicine-science-and-holistic-wellness-practices/" ["comments"]=> string(143) "https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/soneva-launches-the-new-wellness-brand-soul-between-medicine-science-and-holistic-wellness-practices/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Michael Johnson" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 19:33:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(136) "LifestyleBaaBrandholisticlaunchesMedicinepracticesscienceSonevaSoneva FushiSoneva JaniSoneva KiriSoneva SoulSonu ShivdasaniSoulwellness." ["guid"]=> string(135) "https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/soneva-launches-the-new-wellness-brand-soul-between-medicine-science-and-holistic-wellness-practices/" ["description"]=> string(745) "The Island Spa at Soneva Jani Soneva Soul is the new wellness brand of the hotel group of the same name. The target? Combining thousands of years of ancient healing practices with modern science and medicine to reconnect mind, body and soul. “Soneva Soul is the culmination of everything we have acquired since we launched ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2577) "

The Island Spa at Soneva Jani

Soneva Soul is the new wellness brand of the hotel group of the same name. The target? Combining thousands of years of ancient healing practices with modern science and medicine to reconnect mind, body and soul. “Soneva Soul is the culmination of everything we have acquired since we launched our spa in Soneva Fushi in 1995, the first spa resort in the Maldives,” explains the group’s CEO and co-founder. Sonu Shivdasani.

The brand’s offer includes the presence of a spa, with physical activity, sleep, yoga and meditation programs, as well as products for well-being and lifestyle improvement. All managed by a team of specialists, experts in innovative and regenerative wellness practices and medical services. Connected by raised walkways that wind through the trees, the Soneva Soul Island Spa of the Maldivian Soneva Jani it is for example a three-level complex conceived in perfect harmony with the eastern frame of the island. Complementing The Gathering’s existing Over-water spa, it consists of outdoor treatment rooms, consultation suites, therapeutic biomodulation rooms, a state-of-the-art gym and juice bar. A yoga pavilion and meditation terrace are also located high above the treetops, providing 360-degree views of the private lagoon.

Soneva Soul is also present in the Soneva Fushi in the Baa atoll, also in the Maldives, as well as in the Thai Soneva Kiri. In the future, the idea is that the brand can also work with third party partners, to launch wellness destinations all over the world. From here to the beginning of 2022, each Soneva Soul will create a permanent team composed of an Ayurvedic doctor, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor, an integrative medicine doctor and highly qualified therapists. The resident team will be supported by a network of external international wellness specialists, selected on the basis of their professionalism in wellness, medicine, fitness and spirituality practices.

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The Island Spa at Soneva Jani

Soneva Soul is the new wellness brand of the hotel group of the same name. The target? Combining thousands of years of ancient healing practices with modern science and medicine to reconnect mind, body and soul. “Soneva Soul is the culmination of everything we have acquired since we launched our spa in Soneva Fushi in 1995, the first spa resort in the Maldives,” explains the group’s CEO and co-founder. Sonu Shivdasani.

The brand’s offer includes the presence of a spa, with physical activity, sleep, yoga and meditation programs, as well as products for well-being and lifestyle improvement. All managed by a team of specialists, experts in innovative and regenerative wellness practices and medical services. Connected by raised walkways that wind through the trees, the Soneva Soul Island Spa of the Maldivian Soneva Jani it is for example a three-level complex conceived in perfect harmony with the eastern frame of the island. Complementing The Gathering’s existing Over-water spa, it consists of outdoor treatment rooms, consultation suites, therapeutic biomodulation rooms, a state-of-the-art gym and juice bar. A yoga pavilion and meditation terrace are also located high above the treetops, providing 360-degree views of the private lagoon.

Soneva Soul is also present in the Soneva Fushi in the Baa atoll, also in the Maldives, as well as in the Thai Soneva Kiri. In the future, the idea is that the brand can also work with third party partners, to launch wellness destinations all over the world. From here to the beginning of 2022, each Soneva Soul will create a permanent team composed of an Ayurvedic doctor, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor, an integrative medicine doctor and highly qualified therapists. The resident team will be supported by a network of external international wellness specialists, selected on the basis of their professionalism in wellness, medicine, fitness and spirituality practices.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638819186) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(105) "For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(144) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/for-cardiovascular-disease-sufferers-more-physical-activity-may-be-higher-research-suggests-novlink/" ["comments"]=> string(152) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/for-cardiovascular-disease-sufferers-more-physical-activity-may-be-higher-research-suggests-novlink/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 19:31:51 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(144) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/for-cardiovascular-disease-sufferers-more-physical-activity-may-be-higher-research-suggests-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(305) "For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests – NovLink Home Mash B For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7009) "





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For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests

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For cardiovascular disease sufferers, more physical activity may be higher, research suggests

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638819111) } [5]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(71) "«Mauro moved me», this is Icardi’s gesture that is amazing everyone" ["link"]=> string(102) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/mauro-moved-me-this-is-icardis-gesture-that-is-amazing-everyone/" ["comments"]=> string(110) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/mauro-moved-me-this-is-icardis-gesture-that-is-amazing-everyone/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Potteer" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 18:58:47 +0000" ["category"]=> string(77) "EntertainmentamazingGestureIcardisIt moved meMauromauro icardimovedwanda nara" ["guid"]=> string(102) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/mauro-moved-me-this-is-icardis-gesture-that-is-amazing-everyone/" ["description"]=> string(617) "After the big fuss that got up Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi, the two return to talk about them. But this time not for betrayals or gossip facts, but for a gesture of the PSG bomber who conquered Wanda Nara and moved Argentina. Read also> Men and women, Matteo and Noemi broke up: the former ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2927) "

After the big fuss that got up Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi, the two return to talk about them. But this time not for betrayals or gossip facts, but for a gesture of the PSG bomber who conquered Wanda Nara and moved Argentina.

Read also> Men and women, Matteo and Noemi broke up: the former tronista makes the announcement. Here because

Filed, perhaps forever, on Wandagate and the love triangle with La China Suarez, the couple, who seem to have rediscovered the passion that has united them so far, have released ainterview on Argentine television where they talked a little bit of everything. But really everything. Even of private life anecdotes that had not ended up in the spotlight so far.

The hero it is once again Maurito, but this time in the positive. To the microphones of the journalist, friend of Wanda Nara, Susan Gimenez, the wife and agent of the former Inter striker revealed a truly unusual and curious detail about the past of her husband who in the past has deeply moved and impressed.

Wanda told of a really difficult time that the two have lived. There Coco’s death, a Weimaraner, whom the two regarded as a son. One of their dogs died when he was still just one Cub. “I don’t know why he died – said Wanda -. He caught something, maybe a virus and it is died in his sleep“. The couple had adopted him in 2019 and his memory is full of emotion. Reliving such pain for the two is not easy, but Wanda then stressed the unconditional love of Icardi towards little Coco. «I think that Mauro also made it to him mouth-to-mouth breathing. When she saw him lifeless, she tried to revive him ».

This story really moved everyone and her husband’s showgirl and agent concluded: “For him, animals are sacred.” With Icardi who wanted to reiterate: “For me, dogs are part of the family“. A gesture of great humanity, which many have commented on, perhaps because it was a little surprised by those who in recent months have filled the gossip covers of two continents due to his betrayal.


Last updated: Monday 6 December 2021, 19:13

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After the big fuss that got up Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi, the two return to talk about them. But this time not for betrayals or gossip facts, but for a gesture of the PSG bomber who conquered Wanda Nara and moved Argentina.

Read also> Men and women, Matteo and Noemi broke up: the former tronista makes the announcement. Here because

Filed, perhaps forever, on Wandagate and the love triangle with La China Suarez, the couple, who seem to have rediscovered the passion that has united them so far, have released ainterview on Argentine television where they talked a little bit of everything. But really everything. Even of private life anecdotes that had not ended up in the spotlight so far.

The hero it is once again Maurito, but this time in the positive. To the microphones of the journalist, friend of Wanda Nara, Susan Gimenez, the wife and agent of the former Inter striker revealed a truly unusual and curious detail about the past of her husband who in the past has deeply moved and impressed.

Wanda told of a really difficult time that the two have lived. There Coco’s death, a Weimaraner, whom the two regarded as a son. One of their dogs died when he was still just one Cub. “I don’t know why he died – said Wanda -. He caught something, maybe a virus and it is died in his sleep“. The couple had adopted him in 2019 and his memory is full of emotion. Reliving such pain for the two is not easy, but Wanda then stressed the unconditional love of Icardi towards little Coco. «I think that Mauro also made it to him mouth-to-mouth breathing. When she saw him lifeless, she tried to revive him ».

This story really moved everyone and her husband’s showgirl and agent concluded: “For him, animals are sacred.” With Icardi who wanted to reiterate: “For me, dogs are part of the family“. A gesture of great humanity, which many have commented on, perhaps because it was a little surprised by those who in recent months have filled the gossip covers of two continents due to his betrayal.


Last updated: Monday 6 December 2021, 19:13

© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638817127) } [6]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(61) "Microplastic pollution aids antibiotic resistance – NovLink" ["link"]=> string(102) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/microplastic-pollution-aids-antibiotic-resistance-novlink/" ["comments"]=> string(110) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/microplastic-pollution-aids-antibiotic-resistance-novlink/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 18:30:49 +0000" ["category"]=> string(21) "Health & Science News" ["guid"]=> string(102) "https://bbc-edition.com/health-science-news/microplastic-pollution-aids-antibiotic-resistance-novlink/" ["description"]=> string(746) "Journal Reference: Qingbin Yuan, Ruonan Sun, Pingfeng Yu, Yuan Cheng, Wenbin Wu, Jiming Bao, Pedro J.J. Alvarez. UV-aging of microplastics increases proximal ARG donor-recipient adsorption and leaching of chemicals that synergistically enhance antibiotic resistance propagation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021; 127895 DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2021.127895 According to scientists at Rice University’s George R. Brown School of Engineering, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4045) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Qingbin Yuan, Ruonan Sun, Pingfeng Yu, Yuan Cheng, Wenbin Wu, Jiming Bao, Pedro J.J. Alvarez. UV-aging of microplastics increases proximal ARG donor-recipient adsorption and leaching of chemicals that synergistically enhance antibiotic resistance propagation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021; 127895 DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2021.127895

According to scientists at Rice University’s George R. Brown School of Engineering, discarded polystyrene broken down into microplastics provides a cozy home not only for microbes and chemical contaminants but also for the free-floating genetic materials that deliver to bacteria the gift of resistance.

A study in the Journal of Hazardous Materials describes how the ultraviolet aging of microplastics in the environment make them apt platforms for antibiotic-resistant genes (ARGs). These genes are armored by bacterial chromosomes, phages and plasmids, all biological vectors that can spread antibiotic resistance to people, lowering their ability to fight infections.

The study led by Rice civil and environmental engineer Pedro Alvarez in collaboration with researchers in China and at the University of Houston also showed chemicals leaching from the plastic as it ages increase the susceptibility of vectors to horizontal gene transfer, through which resistance spreads.

“We were surprised to discover that microplastic aging enhances horizontal ARG,” said Alvarez, the George R. Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and director of the Rice-based Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment Center. “Enhanced dissemination of antibiotic resistance is an overlooked potential impact of microplastics pollution.”

The researchers found that microplastics (100 nanometers to five micrometers in diameter) aged by the ultraviolet part of sunlight have high surface areas that trap microbes. As the plastics degrade, they also leach depolymerization chemicals that breach the microbes’ membranes, giving ARGs an opportunity to invade.

They noted that microplastic surfaces may serve as aggregation sites for susceptible bacteria, accelerating gene transfer by bringing the bacteria into contact with each other and with released chemicals. That synergy could enrich environmental conditions favorable to antibiotic resistance even in the absence of antibiotics, according to the study.

Co-authors of the paper are Rice graduate student Ruonan Sun; former Rice postdoctoral researcher Pingfeng Yu, now a faculty member at Zhejiang University; associate professor Qingbin Yuan, Yuan Cheng and lecturer Wenbin Wu of Nanjing Tech University, and Jiming Bao, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Houston.

The Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province (BK20201367), National Natural Science Foundation of China (42177348) and National Science Foundation funding of NEWT (1449500) supported the research.

Microplastic pollution aids antibiotic resistance

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Journal Reference:

  1. Qingbin Yuan, Ruonan Sun, Pingfeng Yu, Yuan Cheng, Wenbin Wu, Jiming Bao, Pedro J.J. Alvarez. UV-aging of microplastics increases proximal ARG donor-recipient adsorption and leaching of chemicals that synergistically enhance antibiotic resistance propagation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021; 127895 DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2021.127895

According to scientists at Rice University’s George R. Brown School of Engineering, discarded polystyrene broken down into microplastics provides a cozy home not only for microbes and chemical contaminants but also for the free-floating genetic materials that deliver to bacteria the gift of resistance.

A study in the Journal of Hazardous Materials describes how the ultraviolet aging of microplastics in the environment make them apt platforms for antibiotic-resistant genes (ARGs). These genes are armored by bacterial chromosomes, phages and plasmids, all biological vectors that can spread antibiotic resistance to people, lowering their ability to fight infections.

The study led by Rice civil and environmental engineer Pedro Alvarez in collaboration with researchers in China and at the University of Houston also showed chemicals leaching from the plastic as it ages increase the susceptibility of vectors to horizontal gene transfer, through which resistance spreads.

“We were surprised to discover that microplastic aging enhances horizontal ARG,” said Alvarez, the George R. Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and director of the Rice-based Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment Center. “Enhanced dissemination of antibiotic resistance is an overlooked potential impact of microplastics pollution.”

The researchers found that microplastics (100 nanometers to five micrometers in diameter) aged by the ultraviolet part of sunlight have high surface areas that trap microbes. As the plastics degrade, they also leach depolymerization chemicals that breach the microbes’ membranes, giving ARGs an opportunity to invade.

They noted that microplastic surfaces may serve as aggregation sites for susceptible bacteria, accelerating gene transfer by bringing the bacteria into contact with each other and with released chemicals. That synergy could enrich environmental conditions favorable to antibiotic resistance even in the absence of antibiotics, according to the study.

Co-authors of the paper are Rice graduate student Ruonan Sun; former Rice postdoctoral researcher Pingfeng Yu, now a faculty member at Zhejiang University; associate professor Qingbin Yuan, Yuan Cheng and lecturer Wenbin Wu of Nanjing Tech University, and Jiming Bao, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Houston.

The Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province (BK20201367), National Natural Science Foundation of China (42177348) and National Science Foundation funding of NEWT (1449500) supported the research.

Microplastic pollution aids antibiotic resistance

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638815449) } [7]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(51) "Tweaking the Trajectory – NASA’s Europa Clipper" ["link"]=> string(75) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/tweaking-the-trajectory-nasas-europa-clipper/" ["comments"]=> string(83) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/tweaking-the-trajectory-nasas-europa-clipper/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 18:22:48 +0000" ["category"]=> string(189) "SpaceAlienastrobiologyClipperEuropaEuropeextraterrestrialExtremophileFlybyGalileanICE CREAMicyinstrumentsJupiterlifemissionMoonNASAsOceanOrbitersciencespacespacecrafttrajectoryTweakingwater" ["guid"]=> string(75) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/tweaking-the-trajectory-nasas-europa-clipper/" ["description"]=> string(605) "Every part of Europa Clipper’s flight path, or trajectory, is important – from launch in 2024 until end-of-mission in the mid-2030s. But the mission’s scientific target is Europa, so the most complex and demanding segment of the spacecraft’s trajectory is the three years when it performs repeated flybys of the moon. This part of the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4654) "

Every part of Europa Clipper’s flight path, or trajectory, is important – from launch in 2024 until end-of-mission in the mid-2030s.

But the mission’s scientific target is Europa, so the most complex and demanding segment of the spacecraft’s trajectory is the three years when it performs repeated flybys of the moon. This part of the mission is called the “tour.”

The tour is what NASA engineer Brent Buffington was working on on September 1, 2021 (seen above), in his office at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

“Right now we’re in the middle of the ‘tour tweak’ process,” Buffington said. “We’re optimizing already-designed tours based on scientist feedback to further enhance the science return.”

Buffington is Europa Clipper’s mission design manager. His team created a variety of candidate science tours for the mission. Each tour is a precise series of elliptical orbits around Jupiter in which the spacecraft passes near Europa 45-plus times.

The goal of each flyby is to pass near Europa at the best distance, speed, lighting conditions, and location (both over the surface and in Europa’s orbit) to maximize science return while safely operating the spacecraft. The collective goal of all the flybys is to confirm or disprove that Europa has a subsurface water ocean, and to assess whether the icy moon has the chemistry, energy input, and other conditions needed to support some form of life.

Different proposed tours send Europa Clipper over different swaths of the moon’s surface (called groundtracks) on different dates, at different cadences, at different distances, and at different places in Europa’s orbit. The spacecraft’s science instruments and investigations are required to make certain observations, and each has its own ideal conditions for those observations.

Mechanical engineers set up Europa Clipper’s wide-angle camera outside of a thermal-vacuum chamber. The wide-angle camera is part of the spacecraft’s Europa Imaging System, or EIS (pronounced “ICE”), which also includes a narrow-angle camera. The cameras, each with an eight-megapixel sensor, will produce high-resolution color and stereoscopic images of Europa. They will study geologic activity, measure surface elevations, and provide context for other instruments.

For example, to reveal the moon’s internal structure, the gravity science investigation needs the spacecraft to pass through Europa’s gravity field several times when the moon is both near Jupiter and farther from Jupiter. On the other hand, the visible wavelength cameras need to observe Europa’s surface in a variety of lighting conditions and at a variety of distances to study surface features and to map the moon at a higher resolution than ever before.

The mission design team strives to not only accommodate both the cameras and gravity science, but also the seven other instruments and investigations onboard Europa Clipper, each with their own required observations. Tour design must also manage fuel consumption, time between flybys, mission duration, cumulative radiation, ensure communication with Earth during key events, ensure the solar panels receive enough sunlight, and much more. Each proposed tour aims to find the right balance between fulfilling scientific objectives and meeting the demands of operating the spacecraft.

Long before a single instrument or solar panel for Europa Clipper was assembled, Buffington’s team had already started developing possible science tours. Over many years, they presented possible tours to the mission’s leading engineers and scientists, who then provided feedback. Buffington’s team then further refined the tours.

The mission design team will continue refining Europa Clipper’s trajectory as the mission prepares for launch in October 2024. While Buffington’s team sculpts Europa Clipper’s trajectory, other teams are refining different aspects of the mission. All these teams are essential to help the Europa Clipper mission blaze a trail for the study of ocean worlds, and the search for habitable worlds beyond Earth.

By Jay R. Thompson

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" } ["wfw"]=> array(1) { ["commentrss"]=> string(80) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/tweaking-the-trajectory-nasas-europa-clipper/feed/" } ["slash"]=> array(1) { ["comments"]=> string(1) "0" } ["summary"]=> string(605) "Every part of Europa Clipper’s flight path, or trajectory, is important – from launch in 2024 until end-of-mission in the mid-2030s. But the mission’s scientific target is Europa, so the most complex and demanding segment of the spacecraft’s trajectory is the three years when it performs repeated flybys of the moon. This part of the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4654) "

Every part of Europa Clipper’s flight path, or trajectory, is important – from launch in 2024 until end-of-mission in the mid-2030s.

But the mission’s scientific target is Europa, so the most complex and demanding segment of the spacecraft’s trajectory is the three years when it performs repeated flybys of the moon. This part of the mission is called the “tour.”

The tour is what NASA engineer Brent Buffington was working on on September 1, 2021 (seen above), in his office at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

“Right now we’re in the middle of the ‘tour tweak’ process,” Buffington said. “We’re optimizing already-designed tours based on scientist feedback to further enhance the science return.”

Buffington is Europa Clipper’s mission design manager. His team created a variety of candidate science tours for the mission. Each tour is a precise series of elliptical orbits around Jupiter in which the spacecraft passes near Europa 45-plus times.

The goal of each flyby is to pass near Europa at the best distance, speed, lighting conditions, and location (both over the surface and in Europa’s orbit) to maximize science return while safely operating the spacecraft. The collective goal of all the flybys is to confirm or disprove that Europa has a subsurface water ocean, and to assess whether the icy moon has the chemistry, energy input, and other conditions needed to support some form of life.

Different proposed tours send Europa Clipper over different swaths of the moon’s surface (called groundtracks) on different dates, at different cadences, at different distances, and at different places in Europa’s orbit. The spacecraft’s science instruments and investigations are required to make certain observations, and each has its own ideal conditions for those observations.

Mechanical engineers set up Europa Clipper’s wide-angle camera outside of a thermal-vacuum chamber. The wide-angle camera is part of the spacecraft’s Europa Imaging System, or EIS (pronounced “ICE”), which also includes a narrow-angle camera. The cameras, each with an eight-megapixel sensor, will produce high-resolution color and stereoscopic images of Europa. They will study geologic activity, measure surface elevations, and provide context for other instruments.

For example, to reveal the moon’s internal structure, the gravity science investigation needs the spacecraft to pass through Europa’s gravity field several times when the moon is both near Jupiter and farther from Jupiter. On the other hand, the visible wavelength cameras need to observe Europa’s surface in a variety of lighting conditions and at a variety of distances to study surface features and to map the moon at a higher resolution than ever before.

The mission design team strives to not only accommodate both the cameras and gravity science, but also the seven other instruments and investigations onboard Europa Clipper, each with their own required observations. Tour design must also manage fuel consumption, time between flybys, mission duration, cumulative radiation, ensure communication with Earth during key events, ensure the solar panels receive enough sunlight, and much more. Each proposed tour aims to find the right balance between fulfilling scientific objectives and meeting the demands of operating the spacecraft.

Long before a single instrument or solar panel for Europa Clipper was assembled, Buffington’s team had already started developing possible science tours. Over many years, they presented possible tours to the mission’s leading engineers and scientists, who then provided feedback. Buffington’s team then further refined the tours.

The mission design team will continue refining Europa Clipper’s trajectory as the mission prepares for launch in October 2024. While Buffington’s team sculpts Europa Clipper’s trajectory, other teams are refining different aspects of the mission. All these teams are essential to help the Europa Clipper mission blaze a trail for the study of ocean worlds, and the search for habitable worlds beyond Earth.

By Jay R. Thompson

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By Pascale Santi

Posted today at 6:10 p.m.

The data is edifying: nearly 70% of French people declare sleep problems, according to the latest data from the Coviprev survey, from Public Health France (SPF), carried out since March 2020. Either the same level as during the first confinement, but 20 points more than before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite a slight improvement this summer, the nights of the French are still rough. The effects of the health crisis, the desynchronization of rhythms, uncertainty continue to weigh on mental health, and prevent us from easily falling into the arms of Morpheus. Much work in this direction was presented at the Sleep Congress, co-organized by the French Society for Sleep Research and Medicine (SFRMS) and the French Language Society of Pneumology (SPLF), which was held in Lille, from November 24 to 26.

Laure Peter-Derex, Deputy Head of the Center for Sleep Medicine and Respiratory Diseases at the Croix-Rousse Hospital, in Lyon, November 29, 2021.

It’s not a new problem. Over the past fifty years, the French have lost between an hour and an hour and a half of sleep, with an average time of six hours and forty-two minutes on weekdays in 2017, according to the SPF survey, less than the recommended seven hours, a time that varies from person to person. This downward trend is even more marked among adolescents and also affects children. Inserm already mentioned, in 2019, this “Scourge of modern societies”. The writer Marie Darrieussecq speaks, in her last novel, Not sleeping (POL, 320 pages, 19.90 euros), from “His holed nights”. Specialists have been warning for years about this “Catastrophic epidemic of sleep loss”.

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“The overconsumption of media, against a background of anxiety-inducing messages, does not help matters, as does the negative impact of noise and light. But above all, the time spent on the screens reduces sleep time and degrades its quality ”, explains Damien Léger, head of the sleep and vigilance center at Hôtel-Dieu (AP-HP). This development is also explained by the increase in the number of night workers, commuting times, workloads and stress. Consequence: 30% of French people sleep less than six hours per twenty-four hours, and are therefore in sleep debt.

However, we know that this deficit has deleterious effects on health and increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases (arterial hypertension, heart attacks, strokes, etc.), metabolic disorders (obesity, type 2 diabetes, etc.). Beyond the impairment of quality of life, sleep disorders have multiple consequences, in particular on suicidal desires, absenteeism and traffic accidents. Conversely, getting enough sleep also plays a role in immunity, cognitive functions, concentration, learning, and memorization.

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By Pascale Santi

Posted today at 6:10 p.m.

The data is edifying: nearly 70% of French people declare sleep problems, according to the latest data from the Coviprev survey, from Public Health France (SPF), carried out since March 2020. Either the same level as during the first confinement, but 20 points more than before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite a slight improvement this summer, the nights of the French are still rough. The effects of the health crisis, the desynchronization of rhythms, uncertainty continue to weigh on mental health, and prevent us from easily falling into the arms of Morpheus. Much work in this direction was presented at the Sleep Congress, co-organized by the French Society for Sleep Research and Medicine (SFRMS) and the French Language Society of Pneumology (SPLF), which was held in Lille, from November 24 to 26.

Laure Peter-Derex, Deputy Head of the Center for Sleep Medicine and Respiratory Diseases at the Croix-Rousse Hospital, in Lyon, November 29, 2021.

It’s not a new problem. Over the past fifty years, the French have lost between an hour and an hour and a half of sleep, with an average time of six hours and forty-two minutes on weekdays in 2017, according to the SPF survey, less than the recommended seven hours, a time that varies from person to person. This downward trend is even more marked among adolescents and also affects children. Inserm already mentioned, in 2019, this “Scourge of modern societies”. The writer Marie Darrieussecq speaks, in her last novel, Not sleeping (POL, 320 pages, 19.90 euros), from “His holed nights”. Specialists have been warning for years about this “Catastrophic epidemic of sleep loss”.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Too little or too little sleep can cause depression”

“The overconsumption of media, against a background of anxiety-inducing messages, does not help matters, as does the negative impact of noise and light. But above all, the time spent on the screens reduces sleep time and degrades its quality ”, explains Damien Léger, head of the sleep and vigilance center at Hôtel-Dieu (AP-HP). This development is also explained by the increase in the number of night workers, commuting times, workloads and stress. Consequence: 30% of French people sleep less than six hours per twenty-four hours, and are therefore in sleep debt.

However, we know that this deficit has deleterious effects on health and increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases (arterial hypertension, heart attacks, strokes, etc.), metabolic disorders (obesity, type 2 diabetes, etc.). Beyond the impairment of quality of life, sleep disorders have multiple consequences, in particular on suicidal desires, absenteeism and traffic accidents. Conversely, getting enough sleep also plays a role in immunity, cognitive functions, concentration, learning, and memorization.

You have 81.82% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638813585) } [9]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(72) "Today On Cdiscount, The IPhone 12 Mini Is Cheaper Thanks To A Promo Code" ["link"]=> string(110) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/today-on-cdiscount-the-iphone-12-mini-is-cheaper-thanks-to-a-promo-code/" ["comments"]=> string(118) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/today-on-cdiscount-the-iphone-12-mini-is-cheaper-thanks-to-a-promo-code/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Potteer" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 06 Dec 2021 17:46:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "EntertainmentCdiscountCheaperCodeIPhoneminiPromotoday" ["guid"]=> string(110) "https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/today-on-cdiscount-the-iphone-12-mini-is-cheaper-thanks-to-a-promo-code/" ["description"]=> string(634) "The iPhone 12 mini, which offers the same power as the other models in the range in a reduced format, becomes more advantageous thanks to a reduction coupled with a promo code at Cdiscount: its price thus drops from 809 euros to 574 euros. Apple iPhone 12 Mini // Source: Frandroid / Arnaud Gelineau It ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7102) "

The iPhone 12 mini, which offers the same power as the other models in the range in a reduced format, becomes more advantageous thanks to a reduction coupled with a promo code at Cdiscount: its price thus drops from 809 euros to 574 euros.

It was in 2020 that Apple introduced a new kind of smartphone: the iPhone 12 mini. Unlike the other references of the recent Apple brand ranges, this one adopts a compact size that fits easily in the hand. If the iPhone 13 mini took its continuation by making some improvements, its predecessor is still today a very good model that we recommend, especially with a price that drops by 235 euros compared to that set at launch.

The strengths of the iPhone 12 mini

  • 5.4-inch Full HD + OLED display
  • A still powerful A14 chip
  • Compatible MagSafe

Offered initially at 809 euros, then reduced to 599 euros, the iPhone 12 mini (red) in its 64 GB version is now displayed at 574 euros on Cdiscount thanks to the promo code LESS25EUROS, valid only today.

Final price of iPhone 12 mini after entering promo code

Final price of the iPhone 12 mini after entering the promo code // Source: Cdiscount.


If the offer mentioned in this article is subsequently no longer available, please take a look below to find other offers for the iPhone 12 mini. The table updates automatically.

A small, practical and light iPhone

As its name suggests, the iPhone 12 mini offers a reduced format compared to other large diagonals found in the range. We will therefore be entitled to a 5.4-inch OLED screen, which also displays a Full HD + definition of 2340 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. This size will not be ideal for watching video content of comfortable way as is the case on larger iPhones, but the mini will at least have the advantage of being in the hand and not requiring finger gymnastics to reach the top of the screen. In addition, its weight is much more contained than the others, since it weighs only 133 grams against more than 150 grams for the majority of smartphones on the market.

Power worthy of the brand

The firm may have bet on a small diagonal, it did not bet on lower performance. Thus, the iPhone 12 mini has an A14 chip, 5G compatible, like the other models in the range. What to take advantage of a great power in everyday life, whether it is to perform classic tasks without any slowing down, or even to play greedy 3D games.

On the photo side, the iPhone 12 mini incorporates a dual 12-megapixel sensor, like the classic iPhone 12. More precisely, it will be equipped with a wide-angle and an ultra-wide-angle lens, but no telephoto lens or LiDAR sensor on the horizon, which are reserved for the Pro model. But even with this setup, the iPhone 12 mini will take advantage of Apple’s quality and be able to capture beautiful, detailed shots.

Finally, the iPhone 12 mini has a small battery due to its reduced size, which means a battery life less than that offered by other smartphones in the 2020 range. The duration of use on a single charge n ‘will therefore not exceed one day. But we will take comfort in the compatibility with MagSafe, wireless charging, which will allow you to recover the battery quickly.

To find out even more, don’t hesitate to read our full review of the iPhone 12 mini.

9 /10

Apple iPhone 12 mini

What about the other iPhones?

If you want to compare the other models of the Apple brand, we invite you now to consult our guide to the best Apple smartphones of the moment.

Want an iPhone, but don’t know which one to choose? Here are our tips for finding the right one for you, whether it’s the latest iPhone or a previous model.
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The iPhone 12 mini, which offers the same power as the other models in the range in a reduced format, becomes more advantageous thanks to a reduction coupled with a promo code at Cdiscount: its price thus drops from 809 euros to 574 euros.

It was in 2020 that Apple introduced a new kind of smartphone: the iPhone 12 mini. Unlike the other references of the recent Apple brand ranges, this one adopts a compact size that fits easily in the hand. If the iPhone 13 mini took its continuation by making some improvements, its predecessor is still today a very good model that we recommend, especially with a price that drops by 235 euros compared to that set at launch.

The strengths of the iPhone 12 mini

  • 5.4-inch Full HD + OLED display
  • A still powerful A14 chip
  • Compatible MagSafe

Offered initially at 809 euros, then reduced to 599 euros, the iPhone 12 mini (red) in its 64 GB version is now displayed at 574 euros on Cdiscount thanks to the promo code LESS25EUROS, valid only today.

Final price of iPhone 12 mini after entering promo code

Final price of the iPhone 12 mini after entering the promo code // Source: Cdiscount.


If the offer mentioned in this article is subsequently no longer available, please take a look below to find other offers for the iPhone 12 mini. The table updates automatically.

A small, practical and light iPhone

As its name suggests, the iPhone 12 mini offers a reduced format compared to other large diagonals found in the range. We will therefore be entitled to a 5.4-inch OLED screen, which also displays a Full HD + definition of 2340 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. This size will not be ideal for watching video content of comfortable way as is the case on larger iPhones, but the mini will at least have the advantage of being in the hand and not requiring finger gymnastics to reach the top of the screen. In addition, its weight is much more contained than the others, since it weighs only 133 grams against more than 150 grams for the majority of smartphones on the market.

Power worthy of the brand

The firm may have bet on a small diagonal, it did not bet on lower performance. Thus, the iPhone 12 mini has an A14 chip, 5G compatible, like the other models in the range. What to take advantage of a great power in everyday life, whether it is to perform classic tasks without any slowing down, or even to play greedy 3D games.

On the photo side, the iPhone 12 mini incorporates a dual 12-megapixel sensor, like the classic iPhone 12. More precisely, it will be equipped with a wide-angle and an ultra-wide-angle lens, but no telephoto lens or LiDAR sensor on the horizon, which are reserved for the Pro model. But even with this setup, the iPhone 12 mini will take advantage of Apple’s quality and be able to capture beautiful, detailed shots.

Finally, the iPhone 12 mini has a small battery due to its reduced size, which means a battery life less than that offered by other smartphones in the 2020 range. The duration of use on a single charge n ‘will therefore not exceed one day. But we will take comfort in the compatibility with MagSafe, wireless charging, which will allow you to recover the battery quickly.

To find out even more, don’t hesitate to read our full review of the iPhone 12 mini.

9 /10

Apple iPhone 12 mini

What about the other iPhones?

If you want to compare the other models of the Apple brand, we invite you now to consult our guide to the best Apple smartphones of the moment.

Want an iPhone, but don’t know which one to choose? Here are our tips for finding the right one for you, whether it’s the latest iPhone or a previous model.
Read more


To follow us, we invite you to download our Android and iOS app. You will be able to read our articles, files, and watch our latest YouTube videos.

We would like to give thanks to the author of this short article for this outstanding material

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