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Scientists uncover secrets of world’s thinnest superconductor

Scientists uncover secrets of world’s thinnest superconductor

Physicists from across three continents report the first experimental evidence to explain the unusual electronic behavior behind the world’s thinnest superconductor, a material with...
Scientists translate a bird's brain activity into song

Scientists translate a bird’s brain activity into song

It is possible to re-create a bird's song by reading only its brain activity, shows a first proof-of-concept study from the University of California...
Scientists take part in new monitoring campaign in a bid to find out more about air pollution

Scientists take part in new monitoring campaign in a bid to find out more...

Back in the summers of 2018 and 2019, the shellfish industry in Washington state was rocked by mass mortalities of its crops. “It was oysters,...
Research: Huge prehistoric croc 'river boss' prowled SEQ waterways

Research: Huge prehistoric croc ‘river boss’ prowled SEQ waterways

A new species of large prehistoric croc that roamed south-east Queensland's waterways millions of years ago has been documented by University of Queensland researchers. PhD...
Research finds brain areas involved in seeking information about bad possibilities

Research finds brain areas involved in seeking information about bad possibilities

The term "doomscrolling" describes the act of endlessly scrolling through bad news on social media and reading every worrisome tidbit that pops up, a...
New dinosaur species confirmed as largest ever found in Australia (Study)

New dinosaur species confirmed as largest ever found in Australia (Study)

A new dinosaur species discovered in Australia's Queensland region is the largest dinosaur ever found in the country — and it's among the biggest...
Researchers solve a mystery surrounding aurora borealis

Researchers solve a mystery surrounding aurora borealis

The spectacularly colorful aurora borealis — or northern lights — that fills the sky in high-latitude regions has fascinated people for thousands of years....
Research finds high levels of lead in indigenous people in Peruvian Amazonia

Research finds high levels of lead in indigenous people in Peruvian Amazonia

Lead is a toxic metal, and its widespread use has led to significant environmental pollution and public health problems in many parts of the...
Research: Mysterious Ancient Event Nearly Wiped Out Sharks

Research: Mysterious Ancient Event Nearly Wiped Out Sharks

Sharks barely survived a mysterious and previously undiscovered catastrophe 19 million years ago that nearly wiped them off the planet. Researchers behind the new study...
Research: Arctic animal resurrected after 24,000 years frozen in Siberian

Research: Arctic animal resurrected after 24,000 years frozen in Siberian

Bdelloid rotifers are multicellular animals so small you need a microscope to see them. Despite their size, they're known for being tough, capable of...

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