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Embedding metallic wires in the hydrogel might replace conducting surfaces as the electrode, says Yuan.New glue offers to turn any small walking robot into Spider-Man|Shi En Kim|August 18, 2021|Science News For Students
Doing that requires moving the stolen cryptocurrency, laundering it so no one can trace it, and then exchanging it for dollars, euros, or yuan that can buy the weapons, luxuries, and necessities even bitcoins cannot.North Korean hackers steal billions in cryptocurrency. How do they turn it into real cash?|Patrick O'Neill|September 10, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Yuan, aware of the growing concern of videoconferencing fatigue, said the company has partnered with the American Heart Association, and is funding a monthly “Happy Half-Hour Mental Wellness Webinar” series to the tune of half a million dollars.
Still, the company’s actions run counter to Yuan’s statements.
As for Zoom’s future, Yuan is confident the future of the service will make in-person meetings of today feel antiquated.
They make a monthly salary of between 1,000 and 3,000 Yuan, or $160 to $480, along with free room and board.
To Yuan, the most surprising top brand is Marlboro, which checks in at No. 9.
One of the big shifts that Yuan notes is the rise and dominance of technology.
“We have one of the most competitive markets in the world,” said Yuan.
The authorities claimed Ai owed over 12 million yuan ($1.85 million) in unpaid taxes and fines.
Yen Yuan said, "My wish is to make no boast of moral or intellectual excellence."
We have described his reception of the traveller Yuan Chwang.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
He was always kind to Yuan Ki, even as he was to the others.
This was Yuan Ki's way of making the teacher "keep his distance."
Yuan Shi-kai was president of the Republic, but the hope of his heart was to be emperor of China.Camps and Trails in China|Roy Chapman Andrews and Yvette Borup Andrews