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Dwarf galaxies shed light on dark matter
PHYS.ORG The first sighting of clustered dwarf galaxies bolsters a leading theory about how big galaxies such as our Milky Way are formed, and how dark matter binds them, researchers said Monday. 13 hours
Theorists propose new class of topological metals with exotic electronic properties
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have proposed a theory-based approach to characterize a class of metals that possess exotic electronic properties that could help scientists find other, similarly-endowed materials. 5 days
Theorists propose new class of topological metals with exotic electronic properties
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Princeton, Yale, and the University of Zurich have proposed a theory-based approach to characterize a class of metals that possess exotic electronic properties that... 5 days
New theory may explain mystery of Fairy Circles of Namibia
SCIENCE DAILY One of nature’s greatest mysteries – the ‘Fairy Circles’ of Namibia – may have been unraveled by researchers. The study suggests that the interaction between termite engineering and... 5 days
Traffic jam in empty space
SCIENCE DAILY An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made by researchers in Germany. The team of scientists has now shown how to manipulate the electric vacuum field and thus generate deviations from... 6 days
Studying the quantum vacuum: Traffic jam in empty space
PHYS.ORG An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made at University of Konstanz. The team of scientists headed by Professor Alfred Leitenstorfer has now... 6 days
Heat from earth’s core could be underlying force in plate tectonics
SCIENCE DAILY For decades, scientists have theorized that the movement of Earth's tectonic plates is driven largely by negative buoyancy created as they cool. New research, however, shows... 6 days
Study applies game theory to genomic privacy
SCIENCE DAILY A new study presents an unorthodox approach to protect the privacy of genomic data, showing how optimal trade-offs between privacy risk and scientific utility can be struck as genomic data are released for research.... 6 days
Laser-driving of semimetals allows creating novel quasiparticle states
PHYS.ORG Studying properties of fundamental particles in condensed matter systems is a promising approach to quantum field theory. Quasiparticles offer the opportunity to observe particle properties that have no realization in elementary particles.... 7 days
Theory lends transparency to how glass breaks
PHYS.ORG Over time, when a metallic glass is put under stress, its atoms will shift, slide and ultimately form bands that leave the material more prone to breaking. Rice University scientists have developed new computational... 1 week
Chemist develops new theory for explaining the function of proteins
PHYS.ORG A University of Arkansas chemist and his collaborator at North Carolina State University have developed a new theory for explaining how proteins and other biomolecules function based on... 2 weeks
[Review] Combining theory and experiment in electrocatalysis: Insights into materials design
Science Magazine Electrocatalysis plays a central role in clean energy conversion, enabling a number of sustainable processes for future technologies. This review discusses design strategies for state-of-the-art heterogeneous... 2 weeks
[Perspective] A matter of tree longevity
Science Magazine There is much scientific and political interest in using the transfer of carbon from the atmosphere to the biosphere, or carbon sequestration, to help mitigate the greenhouse effect (1). Because plants fix carbon dioxide (CO2) by... 2 weeks
Researcher to review evidence of Amelia Earhart theory
PHYS.ORG Legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart may not have perished in a plane crash as many have long assumed. 2 weeks
Survey of multiple species suggests mother's preference for cradling baby on left tied to bonding
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with members from Russia, the U.S. and Australia has found evidence that supports the... 2 weeks
How Earth's previous moons collided to form the moon: New theory
SCIENCE DAILY A new theory suggests the Moon we see every night is not Earth's first moon, but rather the last in a series of moons that orbited... 2 weeks
An ecological invasion mimics a drunken walk
SCIENCE DAILY A theory that uses the mathematics of a drunken walk describes ecological invasions better than waves, according to a new study. 2 weeks
Study crashes main Moon-formation theory
PHYS.ORG The Moon, our planet's constant companion for some 4.5 billion years, may have been forged by a rash of smaller bodies smashing into an embryonic Earth, researchers said Monday. 2 weeks
An ecological invasion mimics a drunken walk
PHYS.ORG A theory that uses the mathematics of a drunken walk describes ecological invasions better than waves, according to Tim Reluga, associate professor of mathematics and biology, Penn State. 2 weeks
Wanting to stay in education is 'NOT main reason why women delay having children'
PHYS.ORG Studies have suggested that over recent decades, UK women have postponed motherhood largely because they want to go onto college... 2 weeks
Robots show their 'personality' at big tech show
PHYS.ORG Professor Einstein rolls his eyes, sticks out his tongue, and can give a simple explanation of the theory of relativity. With his lifelike rubbery "skin" and bushy mustache, he can almost make... 2 weeks
Biophysicists apply mathematics from evolutionary biology to describe personal relations
PHYS.ORG When we ask friends if we can stay at their place, we prefer them to say yes without asking details such as for how long. Yet, if the... 3 weeks
How "The Big Bang Theory" portrays scientists
PHYS.ORG Love it or hate it, you've probably at least heard of CBS's hit TV show The Big Bang Theory, now in its 10th year of production. But how accurately does it portray scientific culture,... 3 weeks
Using evolutionary dynamics and game theory to understand personal relations
MIT MIT biophysicists apply mathematics from evolutionary biology to describe a surprising aspect of human behavior. 3 weeks
Research Reinforces Role of Supernovae in Clocking the Universe
ASTRO WATCH How much light does a supernova shed on the history of universe? New research by cosmologists at the University of Chicago and Wayne State University confirms the accuracy of Type... 3 weeks
[Theoretical Chemistry] Whither the density in DFT calculations?
Science Magazine The continuing development of density functional theory (DFT) has greatly expanded the size and complexity of molecules amenable to computationally tractable simulation. The conventional – [Read More] 3 weeks
Studies of electron density lead to discovery of disturbing trends in modern computational chemistry
PHYS.ORG When chemists include some theory in their papers, it usually means that they will perform some quantum-chemical calculations of the... 3 weeks
Theory provides roadmap in quest for quark soup 'critical point'
PHYS.ORG Thanks to a new development in nuclear physics theory, scientists exploring expanding fireballs that mimic the early universe have new signs to look for as they map out... 3 weeks
Role of supernovae in clocking the universe
SCIENCE DAILY New research by cosmologists confirms the accuracy of Type Ia supernovae in measuring the pace at which the universe expands. The findings support a widely held theory that the expansion of the universe is... 3 weeks
Quantum simulation technique yields topological soliton state in SSH model
PHYS.ORG Topological insulators, an exciting, relatively new class of materials, are capable of carrying electricity along the edge of the surface, while the bulk of the material acts as... 3 weeks
First experimental proof of a 70 year old physics theory
PHYS.ORG PARK Je-Geun, Associate Director at the Center for Correlated Electron Systems and collaborators have demonstrated the magnetic behavior of a special class of 2-D materials. This is the... 3 weeks
Medical News Today: Healthful food perceptions influenced by price
MNT Researchers find that the common 'lay theory' that healthful foods always cost more influences our perceptions of what foods are good for us. 3 weeks
Healthful food perceptions influenced by price
MNT Researchers find that the common 'lay theory' that healthful foods always cost more influences our perceptions of what foods are good for us. 3 weeks
Medical News Today: Can we blame delicious food for our holiday weight gain?
MNT Good-tasting food causes us to overeat and consequently gain weight; at least that's the commonly held belief. Will research back up this... 4 weeks
Coding theorem defines decoding error capacity for general scenarios
PHYS.ORG The rate at which information can be coded so that it can be decoded within a particular error probability constraint is one of the "major research topics in information theory"... 4 weeks
Medical News Today: Saturated fat may not increase heart disease risk after all
MNT The theory that saturated fat may be bad for people has been called into question. Now, research suggests that saturated fat might... 4 weeks
Baby orangutans rescued in Thai police sting
PHYS.ORG Thai police rescued two baby orangutans in a sting operation after undercover officers arranged to buy the primates over a mobile phone messaging app from wildlife traffickers for nearly $20,000, officials said. 1 month
Evolution of ideas: Scientists to decode genetic story of Newton's apple
PHYS.ORG Scientists will connect two of the most important scientific theories of all time - the law of universal gravitation and the theory of evolution - by... 1 month
Cerium hexaboride challenges physicists to develop new theory
PHYS.ORG Scientists from MIPT and other research institutes and universities have discovered unusual phenomena occurring in a single cerium hexaboride (CeB6) crystal. By performing an electron spin resonance (ESR) experiment, the researchers confirmed... 1 month
Coffee-ring phenomenon explained in new theory
SCIENCE DAILY The formation of a simple coffee stain has been the subject of complex study for decades, though it turns out that there remain some stones still to be turned. Researchers have modeled how a colloidal droplet... 1 month
Scientists invented method to take material out of theory and make it into real electrode
PHYS.ORG A little sodium goes a long way. At least that's the case in carbon-based energy technology. Specifically, embedding... 1 month
Coffee-ring phenomenon explained in new theory
PHYS.ORG The formation of a simple coffee stain has been the subject of complex study for decades, though it turns out that there remain some stones still to be turned. Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno... 1 month
Scientists detect a quantum crystal of electrons and “watch” it melt
MIT New observations confirm an 80-year-old quantum theory. 1 month
Culture not a factor in management styles globally
SCIENCE DAILY One theory argues that 50 percent of managers' differences in their reactions to various situations are explained by cultural differences. Now, a new study has determined that culture plays little or no... 1 month
Study helps prove galaxy evolution theory
PHYS.ORG Everyone has a backstory, even our own Milky Way galaxy. And much like social media, the picture is not always as pretty as it appears on the current surface, says Texas A&M University astronomer Casey Papovich. 1 month
‘Cold Neptunes’ are Common, New Study Says
SCI-NEWS.COM A new statistical study of exoplanets found by an innovative technique called gravitational microlensing suggests that so-called ‘cold Neptunes’ are likely the most common type of planet to form in the icy outer regions... 1 month
The first Catalan nanosatellite successfully launched with three experiments on board
PHYS.ORG CubeCat-2 is the first Catalan nanosatellite to be placed in orbit. Designed and built by researchers of the Remote Sensing Laboratory of the Department of Signal... 1 month
Verlinde's new theory of gravity passes first test
PHYS.ORG A team led by astronomer Margot Brouwer (Leiden Observatory, The Netherlands) has tested the new theory of theoretical physicist Erik Verlinde (University of Amsterdam) for the first time through the lensing effect... 1 month
Einstein's Theory Just Put the Brakes on the Sun's Spin
SPACE.COM The uppermost layer of the sun is slowing down and astronomers think Einstein's special relativity could be to blame. 1 month
Nobel-winning economist Thomas Schelling dies at 95
PHYS.ORG Thomas Schelling, an economist who won a Nobel Prize for using game theory to explain nuclear strategy, has died, a colleague said Wednesday. He was 95. 1 month
Krembil research prompts rethink on established vision recovery theory
SCIENCE DAILY A new paper is expected to change the way scientists think about vision recovery after retinal cell transplantation. 1 month
Mystery of how Santa fits down chimneys, can deliver presents without being seen 'solved' by relativity theory
PHYS.ORG The mystery of how Father Christmas can deliver presents to 700 million children in... 1 month
Chemists uncover a means to control catalytic reactions
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have found a way to make catalysis more selective, breaking one chemical bond 100 times faster than another. The team of researchers employed a combination of experiment and theory to discover... 1 month
Queueing technique to avoid congestion in physical and electronic network spaces
PHYS.ORG Scientists at Tomsk State University (Russia) have created a universal mathematical approach to queuing theory. It allows calculating the most efficient operation of the systems in... 1 month
Young, thin and hyperactive—that's what outlier galaxies look like
PHYS.ORG The more massive, or full of stars, a galaxy is, the faster the stars in it are formed. This seems to be the general rule, which is contradicted, however, by... 1 month
How to avoid congestion of mobile network
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have created a universal mathematical approach to queuing theory. It allows calculating the most efficient operation of the systems where the processing of incoming flow takes place. In particular, it can be used... 1 month
Alpine Fault theory takes shape
PHYS.ORG The Alpine Fault has been assumed to be a near vertical crack, however, research published last year by Victoria scientists suggests that the fault curves under the Earth's crust. 1 month
Brain neurons help keep track of time
SCIENCE DAILY Turning the theory of how the human brain perceives time on its head, a novel analysis in mice reveals that dopamine neuron activity plays a key role in judgment of time, slowing down the... 2 months
Study: Autism brain response theory a dead end
MNT A new study published in the journal Cerebral Cortex challenges the hypothesis that nerve cells in the brains of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders do not reliably and consistently respond... 2 months
Babies' first words can be predicted based on visual attention
SCIENCE DAILY Psychologists have shown that a baby's most likely first words are based upon their visual experience, laying the foundation for a new theory of infant language learning. 2 months
Applicability of dynamic facilitation theory to binary hard disk systems
PHYS.ORG Glasses are amorphous (non-crystalline) solids that are widely used in everyday life and in technological instruments. It is important to understand the behavior of materials that form glasses;... 2 months
Minority youth face stiffer juvenile court sanctions in areas with high minority population, study finds
PHYS.ORG A new study by a Virginia Commonwealth University criminal justice professor analyzed data from the Department of Juvenile... 2 months
Predicting unpredictability: Information theory offers new way to read ice cores
PHYS.ORG At two miles long and five inches in diameter, the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide (WAIS) ice core is a tangible record of the last 68,000... 2 months
Game theory can help protect against terrorist attacks
PHYS.ORG A new article explains how game theory and algorithms are being used to optimize security and patrol schedules to prevent terrorist attacks. 2 months
Baby's first words most likely to depend upon visual experience, IU research finds
NEWS MEDICAL Indiana University psychologists have shown that a baby's most likely first words are based upon their visual experience, laying the foundation for... 2 months
Astronomers Watch Star Clusters Spewing Out Dust
ASTRO WATCH Galaxies are often thought of as sparkling with stars, but they also contain gas and dust. Now, a team led by UCLA astronomers has used new data to show that stars are responsible for... 2 months
Discovery of bismuth superconductivity at extremely low temperature jeopardizes theory
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in India has found that cooling a sample of bismuth to 0.00053 Kelvin caused the material to... 2 months
Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
PHYS.ORG Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the Primula flower, first noted as important by Charles Darwin more than 150 years ago. 2 months
Flower forms in the primrose: Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the common primrose flower (Primula vulgaris), first noted... 2 months
New observations confirm long-standing theory that stars are copious producers of heavy elements
PHYS.ORG Galaxies are often thought of as sparkling with stars, but they also contain gas and dust. Now, a team led by UCLA... 2 months
Understanding the way liquid spreads through paper
PHYS.ORG Molecules move randomly, colliding with each other in continual motion. You can even smell this process at times; it's how perfume spreads across a room when the air is still. The process is termed... 2 months
Game theory provides new insight on spreading environmentally conscious behavior
PHYS.ORG The simple act of exchanging information can influence people to change their actions to protect the environment, according to a new study that links game theory with psychological... 2 months
To meet the Paris Agreement, northern leaders should commit to paying for forest protection
PHYS.ORG The only way for northern countries to halt deforestation in the South is to make sure land owners are paid... 2 months
Quantum physics offers new way to factor numbers
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—Any number can, in theory, be written as the product of prime numbers. For small numbers, this is easy (for example, the prime factors of 12 are 2, 2, and 3), but... 2 months
Testing early warning signals for crises, in lakes
PHYS.ORG Wouldn't it be great if we could tell the state of an ecosystem or the like - whether it's healthy or heading for a crisis - by keeping track of just a... 2 months
Best of Last Week – Challenging Einstein, the Arctic overheating and a breakthrough in slowing down aging
PHYS.ORG (ScienceX)—It was another good week for physics as a pair of researchers, João Magueijo... 2 months
Theory that challenges Einstein's physics could soon be put to the test
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists behind a theory that the speed of light is variable -- and not constant as Einstein suggested -- have made a prediction that... 2 months
Theory that challenges Einstein's physics could soon be put to the test
PHYS.ORG Scientists behind a theory that the speed of light is variable - and not constant as Einstein suggested - have made a prediction that... 2 months
Neuroscientists Say Simple Mathematical Logic Underlies Complex Brain Computations
SCI-NEWS.COM According to Dr. Joe Tsien, a neuroscientist at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, the brain’s basic computational algorithm is organized by power-of-two-based logic. Dr. Tsien is talking... 2 months
Gulfstream may strengthen with more precipitation in the far north
SCIENCE DAILY Using a new theory, a researcher shows that more freshwater in the Arctic may strengthen the Gulfstream’s extension into the polar regions – the opposite of what has... 2 months
The Gulfstream may strengthen with more precipitation in the far north
PHYS.ORG Using a new theory, Erwin Lambert shows that more freshwater in the Arctic may strengthen the Gulfstream's extension into the polar regions – the opposite of... 2 months
Our brains have a basic algorithm that enables our intelligence
SCIENCE DAILY A new Theory of Connectivity represents a fundamental principle for how our billions of neurons assemble and align not just to acquire knowledge, but to generalize and draw... 2 months
Researchers propose an explanation for the mysterious onset of a universal process
PHYS.ORG Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and Princeton University have proposed a groundbreaking solution to a mystery... 2 months
Holes in the Sun! One's Real, the Other Not So Much (Video)
LIVE SCIENCE There's a huge hole in the sun, but it has nothing to do with alien spaceships or any other conspiracy theory. 2 months
Unwillingness to compromise makes today's landscape unique, political theorist says
PHYS.ORG The strident polarization—evident by the close 2016 presidential election—is not what makes this time unique in American politics, according to a University of Kansas scholar of political theory.... 2 months
Holes in the Sun! One's Real, the Other Not So Much (Video)
SPACE.COM There's a huge hole in the sun, but it has nothing to do with alien spaceships or any other conspiracy theory. 2 months
Reliance on reason, evidence as a moral issue measured in study
PHYS.ORG The theory of evolution by natural selection is one of several examples of societal disputes that center on the validity of specific beliefs, where one position... 2 months
How much attention do drivers need to pay?
SCIENCE DAILY If it were possible to determine exactly what constitutes inattention while driving, it might be possible to detect inattention before bad things happen. That's critically important in light of advances in automated... 2 months
Gender differences in recognition of toy faces
SCIENCE DAILY A study using Barbies and Transformers finds that men are better at recognizing Transformer faces while women are better at recognizing Barbie faces, supporting the theory that experience plays an important role in facial... 2 months
Why is food allergy increasing? Skin might be involved
SCIENCE DAILY Early exposure to a food allergen through broken skin might prompt the development of food allergy. This theory gained further support from a recent study that found increased prevalence of... 2 months
The role of physical environment in the 'broken windows' theory
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have explored whether mostly subconscious visual cues embedded in dilapidated buildings, overgrown lots and littered streets can fuel deviant behavior, reassessing the influential “broken windows” theory. 2 months
Finally, a type of face that men recognize better than women
SCIENCE DAILY A study using Barbies and Transformers finds that men are better at recognizing Transformer faces while women are better at recognizing Barbie faces, supporting the theory... 2 months
Swimmers worth their salt cross shrinking Dead Sea
PHYS.ORG A group of swimmers braved the sting of extremely salty waters to cross the Dead Sea from Jordan to Israel on Tuesday, a seven-hour challenge that organisers described as a first. 2 months
Mathematical Breakthrough Could Lead to More Efficient Data Transmission
SCI-NEWS.COM More than three decades ago, mathematicians at the University of Mainz in Germany started developing a theory according to which codes could be presented at a level one step higher... 2 months
Tackling society’s big problems with systems theory
MIT Ali Jadbabaie seeks to optimize large-scale systems, from social networks to teams of people or devices. 2 months
Plants modulate accumulation of metabolites at organ level
PHYS.ORG Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena and the University of Heidelberg, Germany, illuminated the diversity and different accumulation of chemical substances in the tissues of the ecological... 2 months
Game theory shows how tragedies of the commons might be averted
SCIENCE DAILY Lake Lanier in Georgia is the primary water reservoir serving suburban and metropolitan Atlanta. When the lake's water level drops below a certain point, calls go... 2 months
Game theory shows how tragedies of the commons might be averted
PHYS.ORG Lake Lanier in Georgia is the primary water reservoir serving suburban and metropolitan Atlanta. When the lake's water level drops below a certain point, calls go... 3 months
Shedding light on the formation of nanodroplets in aqueous solutions of polar organics
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers in Russia worked together to shed new light on the heterogeneous nature of a polar organic liquid mixed... 3 months
New theory of gravity might explain dark matter
SCIENCE DAILY A new theory of gravity might explain the curious motions of stars in galaxies. Emergent gravity, as the new theory is called, predicts the exact same deviation of motions that is usually... 3 months
New theory of gravity might explain dark matter
PHYS.ORG A new theory of gravity might explain the curious motions of stars in galaxies. Emergent gravity, as the new theory is called, predicts the exact same deviation of motions that is usually... 3 months
New theory on liquid crystals with high symmetry
PHYS.ORG LCD screens use liquid crystals, which have a high degree of order, even though they form a fluid. A new theory detailed in Physical Review X maps out the interplay between order,... 3 months
Universal principles of phase transitions confirmed
SCIENCE DAILY New research has confirmed a decades-old theory describing the dynamics of continuous phase transitions. The findings provide the first clear demonstration of the Kibble-Zurek mechanism for a quantum phase transition in both space and time. Physicists... 3 months
Detour Via Gravitational Lens Makes Distant Galaxy Visible
ASTRO WATCH Never before have astrophysicists measured light of such high energy from a celestial object so far away. Around 7 billion years ago, a huge explosion occurred at the black hole in the... 3 months
Detour via gravitational lens makes distant galaxy visible
SCIENCE DAILY Never before have astrophysicists measured light of such high energy from a celestial object so far away. Around 7 billion years ago, a huge explosion occurred at the black hole in the... 3 months
The Women Computers of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Slideshow)
SPACE.COM Before electronic computers were widely available, NASA and other organizations relied on "human computers," mostly female mathematicians, to make vital calculations supporting early theory and experimentation. 3 months
Detour via gravitational lens makes distant galaxy visible
PHYS.ORG Never before have astrophysicists measured light of such high energy from a celestial object so far away. Around 7 billion years ago, a huge explosion occurred at the black hole in the... 3 months
Researchers confirm decades-old theory describing principles of phase transitions
PHYS.ORG New research conducted at the University of Chicago has confirmed a decades-old theory describing the dynamics of continuous phase transitions. 3 months
New theory debunks consensus that math abilities are innate
SCIENCE DAILY A new theory regarding how the brain first learns basic math could alter approaches to identifying and teaching students with math learning disabilities. Now researchers offer a better understanding of... 3 months
Scientists prove how genetics change behavior by studying worms' foraging strategies
SCIENCE DAILY In order to study why organisms pay attention to what other members of their species are doing, scientists set out to understand how animals are incorporating... 3 months
Novel Theory Explains Moon’s Weird Orbit
SCI-NEWS.COM Earth’s Moon is among the strangest planetary bodies in our Solar System. Its orbit lies unusually far away from our planet, with a surprisingly large orbital tilt. And now there’s a new theory to explain how... 3 months
Athletes' performance improved by thoughts of death
MNT A new study suggests that provoking thoughts of death might motivate athletes to perform better, supporting the so-called terror management theory. 3 months
Medical News Today: Athletes' performance improved by thoughts of death
MNT A new study suggests that provoking thoughts of death might motivate athletes to perform better, supporting the so-called terror management theory. 3 months
Balancing time and space in the brain: New model holds promise for predicting brain dynamics
SCIENCE DAILY For as long as scientists have been listening in on the activity of the brain, they have been... 3 months
New Theory Explains How the Moon Got There
ASTRO WATCH Earth’s moon is an unusual object in our solar system, and now there’s a new theory to explain how it got where it is, which puts some twists on the current “giant... 3 months
New theory explains how the moon got there
PHYS.ORG Earth's Moon is an unusual object in our solar system, and now there's a new theory to explain how it got where it is, which puts some twists on the current "giant... 3 months
The internet, elk teeth, and the gnawing hunger for information—ecological theory and browsing behavior
PHYS.ORG You clicked on this link because your behavior conforms to an ecological theory, and I can prove it. 3 months
Racism still rife against black and minority ethnic teachers in England
PHYS.ORG A University of Huddersfield professor has developed a theory that black and minority ethnic (BME) teachers and academics in England depend on "white sanction" in order... 3 months
Dispersal key for understanding marine biodiversity
PHYS.ORG Dispersal plays a key role to connect populations, and contrastingly, its moderate limitation is one of the main processes to maintain species coexistence and promote regional biodiversity. A study recently published in Scientific Reports has explored... 3 months
European space lander left crater on surface of Mars in crash-landing
REUTERS FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Images taken by a NASA Mars orbiter indicate that Europe's ill-fated Mars lander left a small crater on the Red Planet's surface, backing... 3 months
 
 

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