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Physicists using atomic magnetometers have discovered that Venus Flytraps produces magnetic fields

Physicists use atomic magnetometers to measure the biomagnetic signals of a carnivorous plant. The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscle) is a carnivorous plant that covers its...

New evidence that King Richard III killed the “Princes in the Tower.”

Richard III was responsible for the murder of his brothers for centuries. King Richard III's involvement in one of the most famous and emotional mysteries...

Improving the efficiency of electrochemical carbon capture and conversion systems

By David L. Chandler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology January 31, 2021 Dyes are used to detect the concentration of carbon dioxide in water. There is...

Inequality in Cambridge was “written on the bones” of residents

Remains of a person buried in the Augustine priesthood taken during excavations at the University of Cambridge's New Museums site in 2016. Credit:...

A Look at King David and King Solomon’s Queen Purple Wardrobe – 3,000 years ago

Wool fibers dyed with Royal Purple, BC. 1000, Timna Valley, Israel. Credit: Dafna Gazit, with the permission of the Israeli Antiques Authority A...

Astrophysicists are surprised that extremely black holes have “gravitational hair” that can shrink

The artist's concept of a rotating black hole that increases matter through a collection disk and releases a jet. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech Black...

The collapse of a deadly reservoir – causing one of the worst environmental disasters in Brazil – could have been predicted

The top left and bottom right are Google Earth satellite images of the Brumadinho wastewater dam taken before and after the collapse on January...

Genesis of Stratospheric Leakage of Strange Blue Lightning Revealed by the International Space Station

Dark clouds, the smell of rain on a warm sidewalk, a strong flash of light, then a loud thud, and then a low-rolling thunderstorm...

Airplanes can save fuel, time and emissions by better surfing in the wind

Directing transatlantic flights to make better use of favorable winds at altitude can save fuel, time, and waste. New research shows that airlines can save...

The Interconnectedness of the Global Pandemic

Obesity and cardiometabolic diseases not only trigger a more severe course of COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 infection can contribute to the development of this condition. ...

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Watch the world’s first video of a space-time crystal

The periodic pattern consisting of magnons is formed at room temperature. A team of researchers have managed to create a space-time micrometer-sized crystal composed of...

Treatment for Egypt’s Mummy Rare Mud Carapace – Misidentified

A mummified person and a coffin in the Nicholson collection of the Chau Chak Wing Museum, University of Sydney. A. Mummified individual wearing...

The ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars

Eversed Crete Delta: This ancient structure of the ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars. Credit: ESA /...

Detect COVID-19 with a sticker on your skin

Engineers at the University of Missouri are leading the commercial market in portable bioelectronics for customizable devices that develop a large-scale manufacturing plan that...

Free bioinformatics tool – a simple digital genotype sequence is repeated

SSRgenotyper is a newly developed, free bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to digitally genotype genotypes by sequence using simple sequence iterations (PSS), a task...

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