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Ocean uptake of carbon dioxide could drop as carbon emissions are cut
Volcanic eruptions and human-caused changes to the atmosphere strongly influence the rate at which the ocean absorbs carbon ...
Stretchable variable color sheet that changes color with expansion and contraction
A Toyohashi University of Technology research team has succeeded in developing a variable color sheet with a film thickness ...
Scientist captures new images of Martian moon Phobos to help determine its origins
Christopher Edwards, assistant professor in NAU's Department of Astronomy and Planetary Science, just processed new images of ...
Human activities found to be contributing to an increase in extreme rainfall events in North America
A pair of researchers with Climate Research Division, Environment and Climate Change in Canada has found evidence that shows ...
Anisotropy of spin-lattice relaxations in molecular magnets
Scientists from IFJ PAN in cooperation with researchers from the Nara Women's University (Japan) and the Jagiellonian ...
Slow-motion replays help referees make better decisions
Slow-motion replays used as part of the video assistant referee (VAR) system have a positive impact on decisions made on the ...
Two new extinct primate species are found in the Ethiopia site of Gona
Sileshi Semaw from the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), is coauthor of a paper published ...
Collaborative research addresses need for conservation of springs in drying climate
A Northern Arizona University professor co-authored a paper on the importance of springs in a drying climate that is in the ...
Stellar 'snake' found in the cosmic neighborhood
Using data from various astronomical surveys, Chinese researchers have unveiled the presence of a quasi-tidal tail, dubbed ...
Mysterious interstellar visitor was probably a 'dark hydrogen iceberg,' not aliens
The aliens came on Oct. 19, 2017. That was the day telescopes picked up a strange object with an odd, elongated shape that ...
Data gaps hamper monitoring of heavy metals that threaten Arctic communities
Some Alaskan soils harbor elevated concentrations of heavy metals that can harm human health, but critical data gaps impede ...
Social status, not size, determines reproductive success for female mountain gorillas
Dominance rank among female mountain gorillas is not related to body size but does increase their reproductive output ...