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Tuesday, December 13, 2022
Scientists get first-ever sound recording of dust devils on Mars
Roger Wiens, a planetary scientist and Mars rover expert at Purdue University, with a topographical model of Mars and a photo of Curiosity. ...
Changes in Earth’s orbit may have triggered ancient warming event
Victoria Fortiz (right), then a graduate student at Penn State, and Jean Self-Trail, a research geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey, wor...
AI model predicts if a covid-19 test might be positive or not
Xingquan “Hill” Zhu, Ph.D., (left) senior author and a professor; and co-author Magdalyn E. Elkin, a Ph.D. student, both in FAU’s Department...
National Ignition Facility achieves fusion ignition
The target chamber of LLNL’s National Ignition Facility, where 192 laser beams delivered more than 2 million joules of ultraviolet energy to...
Methane from manholes and historic landfills: significant sources of gas go unrecognized
Montreal’s municipal greenhouse gas inventory presents an incomplete picture of methane emissions Photo Credit: Mohammad Rezaie Cities are ...
Pollution cleanup method destroys toxic “forever chemicals”
Ultraviolet light used for water treatment Photo Credit: UCR/Liu Lab An insidious category of carcinogenic pollutants known as “forever che...
Surveilling carbon sequestration: A smart collar to sense leaks
Sandia National Laboratories’ smart collar detecting a leak from a carbon dioxide storage reservoir. Animation Credit: Max Schwaber Sandia ...
Good vibrations turbo charge green hydrogen production
PhD researcher Yemima Ehrnst holding the acoustic device the research team used to boost hydrogen production, through electrolysis to split ...
UH lab produces building blocks to DNA and RNA in deep space
Conceptualization of the role of methanediamine in the galactic cosmic ray mediated synthesis of DNA and RNA bases in deep space. Illustrati...
Monday, December 12, 2022
Princeton chemists create quantum dots at room temp using lab-designed protein
Nature uses 20 canonical amino acids as building blocks to make proteins, combining their sequences to create complex molecules that perform...
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