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Thursday, September 29, 2022
Flaring allows more methane into the atmosphere than we thought
Multiple flares observed in operation in the Bakken Formation in the Williston Basin in North Dakota, 2021. Image credit: Alan Gorchov Negro...
Power supply: Understand unstable networks
A stable power grid is essential for a reliable and sustainable energy system. Photo credit: Markus Breig / KIT A sustainable energy supply ...
Genetic and environmental factors contribute to the overlap between depression and endocrine metabolic diseases
Credit: Pixabay Depression is common in individuals with endocrine-metabolic disorders and vice versa. In a study of 2.2 million individuals...
New light for shaping electron beams
Recent experiments at the University of Vienna show that light (red) can be used to arbitrarily shape electron beams (yellow), opening new p...
Webb and Hubble Capture Detailed Views of DART Impact
For the first time, the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope and the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have taken simultaneous observations...
Adverse health outcomes associated with long-term antidepressant use
Long-term antidepressant use may double the risk of heart disease, finds the most comprehensive epidemiological study to date to investigate...
Less bird diversity in city forests
Image credit: Kev A new study led by Lund University in Sweden shows that cities negatively affect the diversity of birds. There are signifi...
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Birth of a sibling triggers long-lasting stress in young bonobos
Young bonobos as old as eight years suffer long-lasting stress after the birth of a sibling. Credit: MPI of Animal Behavior/ Christian Zieg...
How fish survive the extreme pressures of life in the oceans
Photo credit: Milos Prelevic Scientists have discovered how a chemical in the cells of marine organisms enables them to survive the high pre...
Dead fish breathe new life into the evolutionary origin of fins and limbs
The holotype specimen of the fossil Tujiaaspis vividus from 436 million year old rocks of Hunan Province and Chongqing, China. Credit: Zhiku...
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