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Saturday, April 9, 2022
‘Frustrated’ nanomagnets order themselves through disorder
Source/Credit: Yale University Extremely small arrays of magnets with strange and unusual properties can order themselves by increasing entr...
Newborn cells in the epileptic brain provide a potential target for treatment
Altered cells create an electrical “fire” in patients with epilepsy. Credit: BioRender illustration by Aswathy Ammothumkandy/Bonaguidi Lab/U...
Friday, April 8, 2022
Melting ice caps may not shut down ocean current
Feng He Credit: Courtesy of University of Wisconsin–Madison Most simulations of our climate’s future may be overly sensitive to Arctic ice ...
Gel delivery enhances cancer treatment
As shown in this demonstration, the hydrogel can be easily injected through a needle and then rapidly self-heals after injection to form a s...
Human activity ‘helped fuel’ red tide events, new study reveals
The study is just the beginning of discovering the effects of human activity on red tide blooms. Credit: File photo/UF In a new study that i...
In the race to build quantum computing hardware, silicon begins to shine
Silicon-based device in development for use in quantum computers. Gate electrodes shown in blue, red, and green are used to define the quant...
A ‘cautionary tale’ about location tracking
New research out of the University of Rochester shows that data collected from your acquaintances and even strangers can predict your locati...
Researchers accurately identify people with PTSD through text data alone
A study participant is interviewed by Ellie, an artificial character, to gather text data. Credit: Jonathan Gratch, USC Institute for Creati...
New spin lasers for ultra-fast data transfer
Martin Hofmann receives funding as part of a Reinhart-Koselleck project for the development of spin lasers. Credit: RUB, Marquard The conven...
Thursday, April 7, 2022
Climate change increases risk of devastating debris flows after wildfires in western U.S.
Part of Interstate 70 in Colorado was washed away by flooding and shut down for six months during 2020 and 2021 for repairs. Credit: Colorad...
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