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Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Self-assembling and complex, nanoscale mesocrystals can be tuned for a variety of uses
A magnified view reveals nanoscale mesocrystals (inset) starting to assemble and form an ordered supracrystal structure, seen in green. Cred...
The early cooling of the universe
A look into the past: Cosmic microwave radiation (left) was released 380,000 years after the Big Bang and serves as the background for all g...
Don’t lose your marbles: realizing the potential of liquid marbles
Griffith University researchers have solved a problem plaguing droplet-sized micro-reactors which could improve the viability for applicatio...
Dog feces and urine could be harming nature reserves
Sign prohibiting dogs at one of the nature reserves. Credit: Pieter De Frenne New research finds that dogs being walked in nature reserves c...
Five tips for nature-based solutions to combat climate change consequences
The recreational value of a landscape is also taken into account in nature-based solutions. Credit: RUB, Marquard What works in pilot proje...
Mineral dating reveals new clues about important tectonic process
Mantle Peridotite in the Samail Ophiolite, Oman Ancient rocks on the coast of Oman that were once driven deep down toward Earth’s mantle may...
Phosphate nutrition of plants through symbiosis with fungi
Prof. Dr. Caroline Gutjahr Professorship for Plant Genetics at the TUM School of Life Sciences, Prof. Dr. Caroline Gutjahr looks at Lotus ja...
Study in mice shows potential for gene-editing to tackle mitochondrial disorders
Mitochondria - 3D illustration Credit: wir0man/Getty Images Our cells contain mitochondria, which provide the energy for our cells to funct...
Sunday, February 6, 2022
Study finds large new source of greenhouse gas emissions
An international team has discovered hundreds of large bursts of methane from oil and gas production activities across the globe. The bursts...
New highly virulent and damaging HIV variant discovered in the Netherlands
A new HIV variant with higher virulence and more damaging health impacts has been discovered in a study led by the University of Oxford. As ...
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