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Waves in the maze of no return: Anti-reflective structure for

From mobile phones to cloudy glass panes: annoying reflections often hinder the propagation of waves. TU Wien (Vienna) and the University of Rennes present an amazing solution to the problem in the journal Nature. A bad wireless reception, the...

Recycled Wind Turbines Could Be Made into Plexiglass, Diapers or

The blades of a wind turbine are typically designed to be replaced about every 20 years. This means that, as wind energy becomes more popular, more and more of these hulking fiberglass structures will be discarded, and many of...

Researchers have worked out the rules for how some things

The rules of wrinkling are surprisingly hard to pin down. Using experiments, simulations and mathematical proofs, a team has uncovered how curved thin sheets of plastic will wrinkle when flattened ...

Could Earth ever leave our solar system?

In Liu Cixin's short story "The Wandering Earth (opens in new tab)" (first published in Chinese magazine Science Fiction World in July 2000), Cixin portrays a scenario in which the planet's leaders agree to propel Earth out of the...

A brain network for social attraction: Specialized nerve cells in

Humans are famously social animals. But they are not alone in their tendency to team up with other individuals of the same species (conspecifics) to reach their goals. In fact, herds of mammals, flocks of birds, or shoals of...

Tory leadership contest’s online vote is still vulnerable to hackers

Hacking concerns continue to dog the online Conservative party vote, which will decide next UK prime minister – should online voting even be used in such situations? ...

Unearthing the secrets of plant health and carbon storage with

Scientists at ORNL have created a rhizosphere-on-a-chip research...

Stress transmitter wakes your brain more than 100 times a

You may think that a good night's sleep should be uninterrupted. But in fact, the neurotransmitter noradrenaline causes you to wake up more than 100 times a night, new research from the University of Copenhagen concludes. It is perfectly...

Video reveals baby steps of newly hatched ‘walking’ sharks

Some sharks can "walk," and researchers recently discovered how one of these unusual shark species practice taking baby steps. They begin when they're newly hatched, and a hatchling's walk is no different from that of older juveniles.When the tide...
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