Monday, October 25, 2021
Researchers just described a new onion species from the Himalaya

Researchers just described a new onion species from the Himalaya

The genus Allium contains about 1,100 species worldwide, including many staple foods like onion, garlic, scallion, shallot and chives. Even though this group of...
Research: Tree-dwelling mammals survived after asteroid strike destroyed forests

Research: Tree-dwelling mammals survived after asteroid strike destroyed forests

An asteroid strike 66 million years ago wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs and devastated the Earth’s forests, but tree-dwelling ancestors of primates may have...
Scientists develop a new model to assess for flood hazards

Scientists develop a new model to assess for flood hazards

The widespread flooding that submerged parts of the province’s most densely populated regions in 2017 and 2019 exposed important gaps in Quebec’s flood preparedness...
Scientists to help develop new detector technology for a new powerful particle collider

Scientists to help develop new detector technology for a new powerful particle collider

University of York scientists are part of a team developing new detector technology needed for the next powerful particle accelerator, the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC). With...
Research: Fossil Discovery Reveals New Species In 16-million-year-old Amber

Research: Fossil Discovery Reveals New Species In 16-million-year-old Amber

They’ve famously survived the vacuum of space, and even returned to life after being frozen for decades in Antarctic moss. But as hard as...
Engineers breathe new life into paper books with the Magic Bookmark

Engineers breathe new life into paper books with the Magic Bookmark

Researchers at the University of Surrey's Advanced Technology Institute and Digital World Research Centre have designed an elegant and intuitive electronic system that allows...
Scientists develops synthetic materials for energy-saving applications

Scientists develops synthetic materials for energy-saving applications

A chemist at The University of Texas at Arlington is working to create new synthetic materials that can improve on inorganic metal oxides for...
New research sheds light on molecular motion

New research sheds light on molecular motion

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have for the first time used a path of assembled molecules liquids that travelling molecules can be propelled...
Scientists discover faster-acting forms of insecticide imidacloprid

Scientists discover faster-acting forms of insecticide imidacloprid

Scientists have developed seven crystal forms of imidacloprid—one of the world’s most widely used insecticides—in an effort to sharply reduce its environmental impact, according...
Research: Strange radio waves emerge from the direction of the galactic centre

Research: Strange radio waves emerge from the direction of the galactic centre

Astronomers have discovered unusual signals coming from the direction of the Milky Way’s centre. The radio waves fit no currently understood pattern of variable...

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