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COVID-19 gives a unique opportunity for atmospheric chemists

As the COVID-19 pandemic eased travel and business around the globe, pollution emission rates dropped accordingly. With fewer vehicles out and about and more...

New research shows turning to electric vehicles alone will not meet climate targets

Today there are in excess of seven million electric vehicles (EVs) in activity around the globe,compared with only about 20,000 a decade ago. It...

Physicists reveal a new approach to improve gravitational-wave detector sensitivity

Gravitational-wave detectors have opened another window to the universe by estimating the waves in spacetime produced by impacting black holes and neutron stars, yet...

Scientists unveil a connection between two nonperturbative parameters to help divine heavy meson production

Prof. Jia Yu from the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and his teammates, unveiled unexpectedly some profound associations...

Researchers find why tarantulas come in clear greens and blues

For what reason are a few tarantulas so vividly colored? Researchers have considered why these enormous, hairy spiders, active basically during the night and...

Scientists identify ‘landfalling droughts’ that originate over the ocean

Meteorologists track hurricanes over the oceans, forecasting where and when landfall might occur so residents can prepare for disaster before it strikes. What if...

Scientists discover Novel Photoactivation Mechanism for Polymer Production

A team of scientists from North Carolina State University has demonstrated a way to use low-energy, visible light to produce polymer gel objects from...

VibroSense: AI-based device tracks home appliances through vibration

Cornell University Scientists have developed a single device that can track seventeen types of appliances using vibrations. To boost efficiency in typical households—where people...