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Scientists Built A New Microscope To Watch Cells, And The Footage is Breathtaking
LIVE SCIENCE Stunning new microscope images reveal human cancer cells slinking through blood cells and show molecules coursing through a zebrafish embryo's tiny ear... 9 hours
Tiny microenvironments in the ocean hold clues to global nitrogen cycle
PHYS.ORG Nitrogen is essential to marine life and cycles throughout the ocean in a delicately balanced system. Living organisms—especially marine plants called phytoplankton—require nitrogen in processes such... 9 hours
Tiny particles high up in the sky give insight into climate change
PHYS.ORG Scientists have observed extremely high concentrations of aerosol particles at 8- to 14-km altitudes over the Amazon Basin. This finding could have significant implications... 13 hours
The challenges of an alien spaceflight program—escaping super-Earths and red dwarf stars
PHYS.ORG Since the beginning of the Space Age, humans have relied on chemical rockets to get into space. While this method is certainly effective, it... 13 hours
Image: Henderson Island
PHYS.ORG Henderson Island lies in the South Pacific, about halfway between New Zealand and Chile. As one of the best examples of a coral atoll, Henderson Island is a UN World Heritage site and one of the world's biggest marine reserves.... 13 hours
Molecular motor: Four states of rotation
PHYS.ORG With the help of ultrafast spectroscopy and quantum mechanical calculations, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich researchers have characterized the complete rotational cycle of the light-driven, chemical motor molecule hemithioindigo. 18 hours
Cytosurge develops new 3D printing method that allows scientists to manufacture tiny, complex metal components
NEWS MEDICAL An unprecedented micro 3D printing method now allows scientists to manufacture tiny, complex metal components in a direct... 20 hours
Academia and high tech companies join forces to increase production capacity for microfluidic systems
NEWS MEDICAL The University of Twente, Saxion University of Applied Sciences and four high tech companies are combining forces to increase the... 20 hours
Scientists develop tiny fluorescent probe that seeks out GLUT5 and detects cancer cells
NEWS MEDICAL Determining the presence of cancer, as well as its type and malignancy, is a stressful process for patients that can take up... 20 hours
UT Southwestern researchers identify 170 potential therapeutic targets for lung cancer
NEWS MEDICAL After testing more than 200,000 chemical compounds, UT Southwestern's Simmons Cancer Center researchers have identified 170 chemicals that are potential candidates for development into drug therapies... 20 hours
Advion launches volatile atmospheric chemical ionization source for gas phase sample analysis
NEWS MEDICAL Advion, Inc., a leading systems and consumables developer for the life sciences industry, announced today the launch of the novel volatile atmospheric chemical ionization... 21 hours
'4,000% rise' in spread of lies by Russian bots
Sky News Online activity by Russian bots, trolls and automated accounts has increased by 4,000% in the days and weeks following the Salisbury poisoning and suspected chemical attack in Syria. 24 hours
Vast stellar nursery of Lagoon Nebula
SCIENCE DAILY This colorful cloud of glowing interstellar gas is just a tiny part of the Lagoon Nebula, a vast stellar nursery. This nebula is a region full of intense activity, with fierce winds from hot stars, swirling... 1 day
SNK may be making a mini-console stuffed with arcade classics
TechCrunch If you've worked through the amazing selection of games provided by the NES and SNES Classic Editions, you may be in luck: SNK, the legendary arcade game creator... 1 day
Diamond can turn flexible when made into ultrafine needles, researchers find
PHYS.ORG Diamond is well-known as the strongest of all natural materials, and with that strength comes another tightly linked property: brittleness. But now, an international team of... 1 day
Probing the ultimate plasmon confinement limits with a van der Waals heterostructure
Science Magazine The ability to confine light into tiny spatial dimensions is important for applications such as microscopy, sensing, and nanoscale lasers. Although plasmons offer an... 1 day
Tiny fly blows bubbles to cool off: study
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Humans sweat, dogs pant, cats lick their fur. Animals have adopted an interesting array of techniques for regulating body temperature through evaporation. 1 day
In pursuit of perfect chemistry—a vision for unifying catalysis
PHYS.ORG Several fields of research have sprung up around the chemical drivers, called catalysts, at work in many industrial processes – including those that boost the production of fuels, fertilizers, and... 2 days
Developing oral medicines that work more efficiently
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the University of Minnesota and The Dow Chemical Company have joined forces to tackle one of the biggest challenges in health care—how to get life-saving medicines to work faster and better with... 2 days
Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Swarms of tiny oceanic organisms known collectively as zooplankton may have an outsize influence on their environment. New research at Stanford shows that clusters... 2 days
Building crystals on a very hot surface
PHYS.ORG A KAUST chemical reactor that operates at extremely high temperatures could improve the efficiency and economy of a commonly used process in the semiconductor industry, with benefits for Saudi Arabia's chemical industry. 2 days
SLU professor discovers new biomarkers for chlorine gas exposure
NEWS MEDICAL As experts sort through questions around recent chemical attacks in Syria, future answers to quickly testing and treating those who may have been exposed to chlorine gas may lie in... 2 days
Martian moons model indicates formation following large impact
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists posit a violent birth of the tiny Martian moons Phobos and Deimos, but on a much smaller scale than the giant impact thought to have resulted in the Earth-moon system. Their... 2 days
Martian moons model indicates formation following large impact
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Southwest Research Institute scientists posit a violent birth of the tiny Martian moons Phobos and Deimos, but on a much smaller scale than the giant impact thought to have resulted in the... 2 days
Origin of Phobos and Deimos by the impact of a Vesta-to-Ceres sized body with Mars
Science Magazine It has been proposed that Mars’ moons formed from a disk produced by a large impact with the... 2 days
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'We need to rethink the entire plastics industry': Why banning plastic straws isn't enough
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Mysterious red spots on Mercury get names – but what are they?
Sweden's new road powers electric vehicles – what's the environmental impact?
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