Researchers embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow

Researchers embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow

For “Star Wars” fans, the streaking stars seen from the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon as it jumps to hyperspace is a canonical image....
Scientists develop a strategy for highly efficient and stable perovskite solar cells

Scientists develop a strategy for highly efficient and stable perovskite solar cells

A research team co-led by chemists from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and Imperial College London (Imperial College) has developed new, highly efficient...
JU Faculty of Chemistry researchers to develop sustainable batteries

JU Faculty of Chemistry researchers to develop sustainable batteries

In early April, the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry joined the efforts in developing an efficient and sustainable battery. In an agreement signed by...
Research identifies most vital strategies for successfully implementing changes in industry

Research identifies most vital strategies for successfully implementing changes in industry

Organizations regularly need to implement change initiatives to stay current, update technology, improve efficiency, enter new markets or make other improvements. However, research has...
Scientists develop models designed to improve success of water rescues

Scientists develop models designed to improve success of water rescues

Mechanical engineering professors Adel Alaeddini and Kiran Bhaganagar in UTSA’s Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design are partnering with the...
Research: Unlocking complex workings of the biological clock

Research: Unlocking complex workings of the biological clock

Scientists want to increase their understanding of circadian rhythms, those internal 24-hour biological clock cycles of sleeping and waking that occur in organisms, ranging...
Study highlights the role of green spaces in conflict

Study highlights the role of green spaces in conflict

Green spaces can promote well-being, but they may not always be benign. Sometimes, they can be a tool for control. That’s the gist of a...
Research: Infectious bacteria force host plants to feed them

Research: Infectious bacteria force host plants to feed them

A species of bacteria that infect corn crops compel their hosts to produce a feast of nutrients that keeps the pathogens alive and thriving...
Research shows potential to reduce reliance on non-renewable fertilisers in agriculture

Research shows potential to reduce reliance on non-renewable fertilisers in agriculture

An enzyme that can help release phosphorus from its organic forms has been identified in a study from the University of Sheffield’s Institute for...
Ancient reverse migration to Africa evidenced by genome sequencing

Ancient reverse migration to Africa evidenced by genome sequencing

While most people tend to think in terms of human populations spreading out to the Mid East, Europe and Asia some 60,000-70,000 years ago,...

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