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Freezing bubbles viral video inspired research now published

June 19, 2019 by Rosaire Bushey, Virginia Tech Experiment with a soap bubble on a frozen substrate. Credit: Virginia Tech Scientific inquiry often...

Biochar may boost carbon storage, but benefits to germination and growth...

Illinois Sustainable Technology Center researchers Elizabeth Meschewski, left, and Nancy Holm and collaborators developed a systematic study to test the effectiveness of...

Nature-inspired materials can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to...

June 19, 2019 , Estonian Research Council Optical image of material surface after erosion testing with speed of 30 m/s and impact angle...

Pitt researchers’ report pushes for regional green infrastructure database

Whitewater conditions during Nine Mile Run Storm Flow. Credit: Emily Elliott Stakeholders invested in the region's waterways, stormwater management and green infrastructure...

Game of drones: Airports rally firms to battle threat from above

June 19, 2019 by Corentin Dautreppe More than a nuisance, drones flying by airports pose a real danger as they could cause a...

A sound idea: A step towards quantum computing

Laser pulses. Credit: University of Tsukuba A team at the University of Tsukuba studied a novel process for creating coherent lattice waves...

Researchers enhance security in proof of stake blockchain protocols

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Blockchain Technology is known to be one of the top disruptive technologies of today that is driving the...

UK makes ‘first’ conviction over 3-D printed gun

3D printing technology has made it possible for people to make complex objects-including plastic firearms, such as this one produced in the...

Troublesome trees: spread of forests contributed to ancient extinction

Doctorate student Man Lu collects samples from a cliff near Fort Payne, Alabama, that is part of Chattanooga Shale Formation. Credit: T....

Predictive AI is the newest weapon in the battle to protect...

Credit: University of Southern California Sothear Chheng has one of the toughest jobs anywhere.Two generations ago, this was a remote corner of...