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Once we can capture CO2 emissions, here’s what we could do with it

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The thousands of metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from power plants each year doesn't have to go into the atmosphere. Researchers are...

Slow, steady waves keep brain humming

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If you keep a close eye on an MRI scan of the brain, you'll see a wave pass through the entire brain like a...

Dietary supplement shows promise for reversing cardiovascular aging

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Scientists have long known that restricting calories can fend off physiological signs of aging, with studies in fruit flies, roundworms, rodents and even people...

Now you see it: Invisibility material created

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Materials inspired by disappearing Hollywood dinosaurs and real-life shy squid have been invented by UCI engineers, according to new findings in Science this Friday. The...

Researchers develop model to show how bacteria grow in plumbing systems

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Bacteria in tap water can multiply when a faucet isn't used for a few days, such as when a house is vacant over a...

New math bridges holography and twistor theory

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The modern-day theoretical physicist faces a taxing uphill climb. "As we learn more, reality becomes ever more subtle; the absolute becomes relative, the fixed...

Researchers investigate ‘baby’ tyrannosaur fossil unearthed in Montana

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For now, there are just a few things researchers and students at the University of Kansas want people to dig about the new dinosaur...

Research enhances performance of Germany’s new fusion device

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A team of U.S. and German scientists has used a system of large magnetic "trim" coils designed and delivered by the U.S. Department of...

Poor grades tied to class times that don’t match our biological clocks

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It may be time to tailor students' class schedules to their natural biological rhythms, according to a new study from UC Berkeley and Northeastern...

Three generations of data show how wealthy (white) families stay wealthy

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Recent research has shown the enormous differences in how white and black Americans maintain income positions across two generations. Now, a new study traces...

Scientists mix the unmixable to create ‘shocking’ nanoparticles

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Making a giant leap in the 'tiny' field of nanoscience, a multi-institutional team of researchers is the first to create nanoscale particles composed of...
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