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IMAGE: This still image of Titanic's 'B' boiler was extracted from an interactive 3D volumetric optical photogrammetric model created by AIVL-WHOI/Experiential Media Group. The boiler is approximately 7 meters (two stories)... view more Credit: AIVL-WHOI/Experiential Media...
08 September 2018
Scientists have reached a “milestone” in a technique of semi-artificial photosynthesis that could eventually create an “unlimited source of renewable energy,” according to a new study. ...
17 September 2018
Taking aspirin daily does not reduce the the chance of heart attack or stroke and has no benefit in prolonging life free of disability, a study has found. Aspirin-related compounds have been used for the treatment of pain since the 16th century BC, when it was reported that people chewed...
30 November 2018
Utter the words "ocean acidification" in mixed company, and you'll probably get blank stares. Although climate change has grown steadily in the public consciousness, one of its most insidious impacts - a widespread die-off of marine ecosystems driven by carbon dioxide emissions - remains relatively unknown. Enter virtual reality. In a...
evolutionNew Squid Genome Shines Light on Symbiotic EvolutionBy Laura PoppickFebruary 19, 2019Researchers hope that the genes of a glowing squid can illuminate how animals evolved organs for beneficial bacteria.
It should have been physically impossible. Millions of years ago, a white dwarf—the fading cinder of a sunlike star—was locked in a dizzying dance with a bright companion star. The two had circled each other for eons, connected by a bridge of gas that flowed from the companion onto the...
06 August 2018
Parts of a Nazi-destroyed Jewish synagogue in Lithuania are seeing the light of day again after archaeologists unearthed the religious center's buried bimah, or central prayer platform, in a recent excavation. ...
Some 565 million years ago, life on Earth dodged a bullet. The magnetosphere — the magnetic field that surrounds our planet like a protective shield — had degraded to its lowest intensity ever, according to a study published January 28 in Nature Geoscience. Stripped of this shielding, Earth could have...
07 October 2018
Jovenel Moise is seen at a news conference in Port-au-Prince in 2015. (The Associated Press)Haiti's President Jovenel Moise called for calm Saturday after a magnitude-5.9 earthquake shook the northwestern part of the...
Escaping predators, digestion and other animal activities—including those of humans—require oxygen. But that essential ingredient is no longer so easy for marine life to obtain, several new studies reveal.
Growing populations and tightening water supplies have spurred people in many places—including the Middle East, Australia, California and China—to look to the oceans and other salty waters as a source of new drinking water. But desalination plants are energy intensive and create a potentially environment-harming waste called brine (made up...
13 December 2018
The study – the most exhaustive global analysis of rainfall and rivers – was conducted by a team led by Professor Ashish Sharma at Australia's UNSW (University of New South Wales) in Sydney. It relied on actual data from 43,000 rainfall stations and 5300 river monitoring sites in 160 countries,...
28 September 2018
Do you think you have the skill, aptitude and intelligence to be an astronaut?This new series of tests revealed by Tim Peake, the seventh Briton in space, show the mind-bending puzzles he had to solve before being sent to the International Space Station (ISS)The Chichester-born astronaut applied with thousands of...
13 December 2018
With the help of novel miniature sensors, an international group of biologists that included University of Maryland Biology Professor Gerald Wilkinson found that bat species foraged socially if their food sources were in unpredictable locations, such as insect swarms or fish schools. In contrast, bats with food sources at fixed...
Dazzling green and red light displays regularly dance across the night sky above Earth’s northern and southern poles. For decades scientists had assumed that when aurorae shimmer simultaneously in both regions, the flashing patterns mirror each other. But in 2009 they found that was not the case. They were surprised,...
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