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In a step toward the conversion of excess heat into electric current, researchers demonstrate a device that generates current in response to voltage fluctuations that mimic heat.

In a step toward the conversion of excess heat into electric current, researchers demonstrate a device that generates current in response to voltage fluctuations that mimic heat.

Effects of silent quakes still a mystery to Northwest scientists

Effects of silent quakes still a mystery to Northwest scientists

MIT researchers have used a superthin film of niobium and nitrogen atoms to aid their discovery ...

MIT researchers have used a superthin film of niobium and nitrogen atoms to aid their discovery ...

Mount St. Helens, which was responsible for the deadliest eruption in US history, is actually cold inside. Where is the magma coming from? Great article.

The Deadliest Volcano in the United States Just Got Really Weird

Mount St. Helens, which was responsible for the deadliest eruption in US history, is actually cold inside. Where is the magma coming from? Great article.

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Complex diseases need complex solutions – including genomics

Complex diseases need complex solutions – including genomics

UD researcher helps to refine precision of atomic clock

UD researcher helps to refine precision of atomic clock

From the April 2015 issue Now that carbon-fiber composites have migrated from the world of blank-check motorsports to semiaffordable production cars such as the BMW i3 and Chevrolet Corvette, what’s next? Is there another breakthrough material that will reset our expectations for strength, stiffness, and weight the way carbon fiber has? Carbon nanotubes will. Imagine […]

From the April 2015 issue Now that carbon-fiber composites have migrated from the world of blank-check motorsports to semiaffordable production cars such as the BMW i3 and Chevrolet Corvette, what’s next? Is there another breakthrough material that will reset our expectations for strength, stiffness, and weight the way carbon fiber has? Carbon nanotubes will. Imagine […]

Modern helmet construction hasn't changed significantly since the adoption of styrofoam impact absorption in the 1960s. But new materials and construction methods are improving safety, in some cases absorbing 30 percent more energy than their styrofoam equivalents. And you can buy helmets made from them today.

The New Materials That Are Revolutionizing Helmet Safety Right Now

Modern helmet construction hasn't changed significantly since the adoption of styrofoam impact absorption in the 1960s. But new materials and construction methods are improving safety, in some cases absorbing 30 percent more energy than their styrofoam equivalents. And you can buy helmets made from them today.

Caribbean Sea noise skitch science alert

The Caribbean is making a mysterious sound so loud that it can be 'heard' from space

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Big data and the future of medicine.

Continuous healthcare: Big data and the future of medicine

(NEW 2015) Relativity Theory, Space Time! New Science Documentary 2015!

(NEW 2015) Relativity Theory, Space Time! New Science Documentary 2015!