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NASA’s Terra Satellite observes development of Tropical Storm 22S

NASA's Terra satellite captured the formation of Tropical Storm 22S near northeastern Madagascar on March 13, 2020. Credit: NASA Worldview, Earth Observing...

How sperm unpack dad’s genome so it can merge with mom’s

Immediately after a sperm fertilizes an egg, the SPRK1 enzyme leads the first step in untangling a sperm's genome, kicking out special...

Prehistoric hyenas and humans share migration patterns

Credit: CC0 Public Domain New research into the evolutionary history and prehistoric migrations of hyenas reveals surprising similarities between hyenas and prehistoric...

Lower-sodium turkey breast wins sensory test over full-salt option

Amanda Kinchla, UMass Amherst extension associate professor, investigates ways to reduce sodium content in processed foods to make them healthier. Credit: UMass...

Study shows salmon in fish farms prefer to be monitored by...

March 13, 2020 by Bob Yirka, Phys.org Mobile camera (GoPro3) platforms: the flipper-propelled U-CAT robot (left), human diver and the thruster-driven Argus Mini...

Recycling in the US is broken. How do we fix it?

March 13, 2020 by Renee Cho, Earth Institute, Columbia University Credit: USEPA Recycling in the U.S. is broken. In 1960, Americans generated 2.68...

Phase separation problems with proteins in skin found to account for...

March 13, 2020 by Bob Yirka, Phys.org Environmentally regulated liquid-phase dynamics drive skin barrier formation. (A) Using phase-separation sensors, we show that as...

Scientists find high concentrations of toxic phenyltin compounds in local Chinese...

HKU scientists find high concentrations of toxic phenyltin compounds in local Chinese white dolphins and finless porpoises. Credit: left: Thomas Tue/right: AFCD...

Brief entrance test can predict academic success within first year of...

Sample task from the TEL-IV entrance test. Credit: Ill/Council for Economic Education (CEE), USA German researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)...

Treated wastewater may be safe for aquaculture

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Although aquaculture in treated wastewater is practiced worldwide, there is scant scientific research concerning whether organic micropollutants are...