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Monday, November 28, 2022
New device can control light at unprecedented speeds
Scientists have developed a programmable, wireless spatial light modulator that can manipulate light at the wavelength scale with orders-of-...
Study finds that big rains bring big algae blooms… eventually
Center for Limnology system engineer Mark Gahler, right, co-author of a new study on the relationship between big storms and algae blooms, a...
Ancient Iowan super predator got big by front-loading its growth in its youth
Co-author Ben Otoo with a life-size illustration of Whatcheeria. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ben Otoo. The Field Museum in Chicago is home to ...
Organizing nanoparticles into pinwheel shapes offers new twist on engineered materials
Jiahui Li, left, Shan Zhou and professor Qian Chen show off an electron micrograph image of their new pinwheel lattice structure developed t...
Researchers build long-sought nanoparticle structure, opening door to special properties
Theoretical physicist Alex Travesset uses computer models, equations and scientific figures to explain how nanostructures assemble. Photo Cr...
Positive media coverage of cannabis studies regardless of therapeutic effect
Photo Credit: Julia Teichmann In cannabis trials against pain, people who take placebos report feeling largely the same level of pain relief...
Discovery of antibody structure could lead to treatment for Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever virus
Scott D. Pegan, a professor of biomedical sciences Photo Source: University of California, Riverside A research team led by the University o...
Squirrel sperm and feet tell a different climate change story
Cape ground squirrels are ecosystem engineers Photo Credit: Gary Simons Perhaps it’s time to replace the canary in a coal mine metaphor wit...
Researchers take first step towards controlling photosynthesis using mirrors
The researchers used ultrafast laser spectroscopy Photo Credit: Pavel Chabera With the help of mirrors, placed only a few hundred nanometers...
Why steamed hay can lead to protein deficiency in horses
Photo Credit: Manfred Richter Hay treated with hot steam is safer for horses but provides them with less protein. The horse forage is treate...
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