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Stardust from red giants  SCIENCE DAILY · 10 hours
Some of the Earth's building material was stardust from red giants. Astronomers can also explain why the Earth contains more of this stardust than the asteroids or the planet Mars, which are farther from the sun. more
Expert discusses the global carbon budget  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
The Global Carbon Project recently released its 2019 annual report, giving decision-makers access to data on atmospheric carbon concentrations, emissions and trends. Illinois atmospheric scientist Atul Jain is among the many scientists worldwide who contributed data... more
Stardust from red giants  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
Some of the Earth's building material was stardust from red giants, researchers from ETH Zurich have established. They have also explained why the Earth contains more of this stardust than the asteroids or the planet Mars, which are farther from... more
Groundbreaking technique could help predict a protein's interactions with other proteins  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Proteins are the building blocks of life and play a key role in all biological processes. Understanding how they interact with their environment is therefore vital... more
Predicting a protein's behavior from its appearance  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Proteins are the building blocks of life and play a key role in all biological processes. Understanding how they interact with their environment is therefore vital to developing effective therapeutics and the foundation for... more
Expedient synthesis of E-hydrazone esters and 1H-indazole scaffolds through heterogeneous single-atom platinum catalysis  Science Magazine · 4 days
Unprotected E-hydrazone esters are prized building blocks for the preparation of 1H-indazoles and countless other N-containing biologically active molecules. Despite previous advances,... more
Pioneering research gives fresh insight into one of the pivotal building blocks of life  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
The quest to better understand how genomic information is read has taken a new step forward, thanks to pioneering new... more
Space budget boost puts Europe in lead to monitor carbon from space  Science Magazine · 5 days
Funding increase for ESA’s Copernicus program advances satellites to monitor Paris accord cuts more
Life on Mars? Europe commits to groundbreaking mission to bring back rocks to Earth  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
It will be one of the most daunting, complicated and, potentially, scientifically rewarding missions ever undertaken to the red planet.... more
Building preschoolers' language learning confidence  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Known as the Wellington Translanguaging Project, the program involves researchers from the University's School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies—as well as Te Kawa a Māui—working with communities to collect and analyze observational data from multilingual preschools that... more
Freeze frame: Scientists capture atomic-scale snapshots of artificial proteins  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Protein-like molecules called "polypeptoids" (or "peptoids," for short) have great promise as precision building blocks for creating a variety of designer nanomaterials, like flexible nanosheets—ultrathin, atomic-scale 2-D materials. They could... more
Saturn's largest moon, Titan, may offer insights for Earth  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Scientists studying the weather and climate of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, have reported a significant seasonal variation in its energy budget, a finding which could yield new insights into climate... more
A study of Saturn's largest moon may offer insights for earth  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Scientists studying the weather and climate of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, have reported a significant seasonal variation in its energy budget—that is the amount of solar... more
Cheops transfer  ESA · 1 week
Image: ESA’s Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, Cheops, encapsulated under the ASAP-S adapter of the Soyuz launcher, after having been moved to the platform of the transport module on 29 November. The two shells of... more
Mars: We may have solved the mystery of how its landslides form  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Some landslides on Mars seem to defy an important law of physics. "Long, runout landslides" are formed by huge volumes of rock and soil... more
An ecofriendly method for curbing crop pests  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Moths and other winged insects, and particularly their larva, can become a problem for farmers, often causing major damage to crops. Pesticides help alleviate the problem, but they have also been strongly criticized. Pheromones... more
Study: Complementary health approach is recommended by over half of U.S. office-based physicians  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 week
A new study has shown that more than half (53.1%) of office-based physicians in the U.S., across specialty areas, recommended at least... more
New 5G-based system reduces time of action and errors during emergency situations  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 week
5TONIC, the open research and innovation laboratory on 5G technologies, founded by Telefónica and IMDEA Networks, has presented, together with SAMUR-PC and the Carlos... more
Incoherent strange metal sharply bounded by a critical doping in Bi2212  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
In normal metals, macroscopic properties are understood using the concept of quasiparticles. In the cuprate high-temperature superconductors, the metallic state above the highest transition temperature is... more
European Space Agency agrees record budget to meet new challenges  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
European Space Agency (ESA) members agreed Thursday a record 14.4 billion euros budget, promising to maintain Europe's place at the top table as the United States and China... more
Interview with Jan Wörner after Space19+  ESA · 2 weeks
Video: 00:04:18 Interview with ESA Director General Jan Wörner following the conclusion of Space19+, the ESA Council at Ministerial Level, held in Seville, Spain,... more
Europe gives space programs a big boost  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
Budget increases pave the way for next generation of Earth-observing Sentinel satellites more
ESA ministers commit to biggest ever budget  ESA · 2 weeks
ESA Press Release No.22-2019ESA’s Council at Ministerial Level, Space19+, has concluded in Seville, Spain, with the endorsement of the most ambitious plan... more
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