Un-mixing Using Lasers To Make New Crystals

Un-mixing Using Lasers To Make New Crystals
Chemistry   30 March 2018  

Researchers have figured out how to isolate two fluids in a blend utilizing a laser, which they claim will prompt better approaches for...

Scientists discover breakthrough in controlling transmission of light

Scientists discover breakthrough in controlling transmission of light
Physics and astronomy   19 February 2018  

The modern world is incomplete without broadband service. The demand for this technology is increasing significantly. This article will...

Neutrons are supporting the fight against diabetes

Neutrons are supporting the fight against diabetes
Health and nutrition   06 February 2018  

Anne Martel, Large Scale Structures Group, D22 Instrument Scientist & Giovanna Fragneto, Large Scale Structures Group Leader, at the...

World renowned robot safety expert joins Universal Robots

World renowned robot safety expert joins Universal Robots
Robotics   09 September 2016   Redazione

Odense, Denmark, September 9, 2016: Reach for the stars. That’s what Universal Robots did in their search for a new Global Technical...

Simulated life experiences a biodiversity crisis

Simulated life experiences a biodiversity crisis
Environment   12 August 2016  

Understanding how ecosystems will respond to global change is an outstanding question. In a work published in Nature Communications...

DID SOLAR WINDS CAUSE WATERY MARS TO DRY UP?

DID SOLAR WINDS CAUSE WATERY MARS TO DRY UP?
Physics and astronomy   06 November 2015   Redazione

Using data from NASA’s MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) mission, researchers determined the rate at which stripping by the...

How fertilizer alters soil microbes around the world

How fertilizer alters soil microbes around the world
Environment   26 September 2015  

Adding nitrogen and phosphorous to the soil beneath grasslands shifts the natural communities of fungi, bacteria, and microscopic organisms...

Are we prepared for the next big Mediterranean tsunami?

Are we prepared for the next big Mediterranean tsunami?
Environment   28 August 2015  

Author: Matthew Blackett, Senior lecturer in physical geography and natural hazards at Coventry University. Nearly a century has passed...

Nano device measures molecule shape

Nano device measures molecule shape
Physics and astronomy   29 April 2015  

Having created the first mechanical device that can measure the mass of individual molecules, one at a time, a team of scientists has now...

The famous olive trees of Puglia are ravaged by disease – here’s how we can save them

The famous olive trees of Puglia are ravaged by disease – here’s how we can save them
Environment   10 April 2015  

Image - The whole olive-growing region of Puglia has been devastated. A common, humble field bug is spreading a disease that has already...

A ‘bionic leaf’ turns solar energy into chemicals and fuels

A ‘bionic leaf’ turns solar energy into chemicals and fuels
Energy   14 February 2015  

Photosynthesis – turning the sun’s energy into food for plants – is the biological system that feeds the world. But despite its...

NoGo-A and NgR1 regulate neural stem cell activity and production of new neurons

NoGo-A and NgR1 regulate neural stem cell activity and production of new neurons
Neuroscience   22 December 2012  

NoGo-A and its receptor NgR1 regulate neural stem cell activity and production of new neurons in the adult central nervous...

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