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NASA selects four astrophysics missions for further study - Space.com
NASA selects four astrophysics missions for further study - Space.com
  • Space.com
  • 1 hours ago

Proposals would study exploding stars, clusters of galaxies, and other cosmic phenomena.

The Ancient Monkey Puzzle Tree is Now Endangered | Nature and Wildlife - Discovery
The Ancient Monkey Puzzle Tree is Now Endangered | Nature and Wildlife - Discovery
  • Discovery.com
  • 14 hours ago

The Monkey Puzzle is just one of 8,000 tree species facing the threat of extinction in the wild.

Million year old ice in Antarctica - Antarctica Journal
Million year old ice in Antarctica - Antarctica Journal
  • Antarcticajournal.com
  • 14 hours ago

There is some million year old ice deep in Antarctica that researchers are hoping to find out information on the earths past.

Framing: realising the potential of a contested concept – Authors' reply - The Lancet
Framing: realising the potential of a contested concept – Authors' reply - The Lancet
  • The Lancet
  • 14 hours ago

We thank Adam Koon and colleagues for their comments on our Series paper.1 They offer some thoughtful critiques of the paper and of framing research more broadly. Their argument on diversity in framing theory is especially valuable.

Sols 3566-3567: Curiosity Versus the Sand… Again – NASA Mars Exploration - NASA Mars Exploration
Sols 3566-3567: Curiosity Versus the Sand… Again – NASA Mars Exploration - NASA Mars Exploration
  • NASA
  • 14 hours ago

This image was taken by Front Hazard Avoidance Camera (Front Hazcam) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 3565.

Unlocking cell nucleus behaviors: Deformation mechanics may be key in cancer fight - Science Daily
Unlocking cell nucleus behaviors: Deformation mechanics may be key in cancer fight - Science Daily
  • Science Daily
  • 14 hours ago

A team has uncovered surprising mechanical behaviors of the nucleus. For years, the nucleus within a cell was thought to be elastic like a rubber ball, deforming and snapping back into shape as the cell navigated through pores and between fibers inside th

Cyanobacteria Will be our Best Partner for Living on Mars - Universe Today
Cyanobacteria Will be our Best Partner for Living on Mars - Universe Today
  • Universe Today
  • 14 hours ago

An international team of researchers has found a strain of cyanobacteria that could produce biomass on Mars and grow food for astronauts!

Researchers design new inks for 3D-printable wearable bioelectronics - EurekAlert
Researchers design new inks for 3D-printable wearable bioelectronics - EurekAlert
  • EurekAlert
  • 14 hours ago

A team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed a new class of biomaterial inks that mimic native characteristics of highly conductive human tissue, much like skin, which are essential for the ink to be used in 3D printing.

Physics of high-temperature superconductors untangled - Science Daily
Physics of high-temperature superconductors untangled - Science Daily
  • Science Daily
  • 14 hours ago

When some materials are cooled to a certain temperature, they lose electric resistance, becoming superconductors.

Behold James Webb Telescope’s largest and most dazzling image yet - BGR
Behold James Webb Telescope’s largest and most dazzling image yet - BGR
  • BGR
  • 14 hours ago

The team behind CEERS has put together the James Webb's largest image to date, focusing in on six galaxies they plan to study more.

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