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Academics have created devices capable of manipulating sound in the same way as light -- creating exciting new opportunities in entertainment and public communication. Researchers at the universities of Sussex and Bristol have unveiled how the practical laws used...
For more than a century, scientists have squabbled over how Earth's moon formed. But researchers at Yale and in Japan say they may have the answer. Many theorists believe a Mars-sized object slammed into the early Earth, and material...
A survey of plastic pollution on Australia's Cocos (Keeling) Islands has revealed the territory's beaches are littered with an estimated 414 million pieces of plastic debris. The study led by IMAS researcher Dr Jennifer Lavers and published in the...
Astronomers at the University of Bonn and their colleagues from Moscow have identified an unusual celestial object. It is most likely the product of the fusion of two stars that died a long time ago. After billions of...
Wasted food can be affordably turned into a clean substitute for fossil fuels. New technology developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo engineers natural fermentation to produce a biodegradable chemical that can be refined as a source of...
Astronomers using the Gemini Observatory explore Neptune's largest moon Triton and observe, for the first time beyond the lab, an extraordinary union between carbon monoxide and nitrogen ices. The discovery offers insights into how this volatile mixture can...
A group of researchers from the Higher Technical School of Engineering at the University of Seville have obtained filaments and fibres from highly viscous liquids with technology that is usually used to produce drops. By means of their...
"How on Earth did they make that?" asks Francesco Simonetti, commenting on an ice sculpture of a swan. Simonetti isn't admiring the artistry of shaping a block of ice into a bird. He's admiring the swan's crystal-clear transparency. Simonetti, an...
Research funded in part by the U.S. Army identified properties in materials that could one day lead to applications such as more powerful data storage devices that continue to hold information even after a device has been powered...
The first thermodynamically reversible chemical reactor capable of producing hydrogen as a pure product stream represents a "transformational" step forward in the chemical industry, the authors of a new study claim. The novel reactor, described in the academic journal...

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