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  • newSupernova surprise creates elemental mystery
    Michigan State University (MSU) researchers have discovered that one of the most important reactions in the universe can get a huge and unexpected boost inside exploding stars known as supernovae.
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:52pm -
  • newNew Yorkers believe pandemic will persist, but express hope in wake of election
    As COVID-19 surges nationwide, 78% of New York City residents believe it is likely or very likely the city will again experience a resurgence of cases similar to that seen last April. However, the November Presidential election appears to have trigge…
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:37pm -
  • newNo nanoparticle risks found in field tests of spray sunscreens
    People can continue using mineral-based aerosol sunscreens without fear of exposure to dangerous levels of nanoparticles or other respirable particulates, according to Penn State research published in the journal Aerosol Science and Engineering.
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:35pm -
  • newClimate change as a catalyst in Greater Cahokia
    Water and air are highly mutable resources that exist in a myriad of physical states and dimensions, and due to their affectivity, these entities participate in a multitude of interactions capable of sustaining life, transforming environments, and sh…
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:35pm -
  • newA combined strategy in catalyst design for Suzuki cross-couplings
    The Suzuki cross-coupling reaction is a widely used technique for combining organic compounds and synthesizing complex chemicals for industrial or pharmaceutical applications. The process requires the use of palladium (Pd) catalysts and, as of today,…
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:34pm -
  • newNew platform generates hybrid light-matter excitations in highly charged graphene
    Graphene, an atomically thin carbon layer through which electrons can travel virtually unimpeded, has been extensively studied since its first successful isolation more than 15 years ago. Among its many unique properties is the ability to support hig…
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:34pm -
  • newChaotic early solar system collisions resembled 'asteroids' arcade game
    One Friday evening in 1992, a meteorite ended a more than 150 million-mile journey by smashing into the trunk of a red Chevrolet Malibu in Peekskill, New York. The car's owner reported that the 30-pound remnant of the earliest days of our solar syste…
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:34pm -
  • newNo poaching occurring within most Channel Islands marine protected areas
    Fish are thriving and poachers are staying out of marine protected areas around California's Channel Islands, a new population analysis by an Oregon State University researcher shows.
    - 11 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 8:32pm -
  • newBest region for life on Mars was far below surface
    The most habitable region for life on Mars would have been up to several miles below its surface, likely due to subsurface melting of thick ice sheets fueled by geothermal heat, a Rutgers-led study concludes.
    - 13 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 7:00pm -
  • newFlightless birds more common globally before human-driven extinctions
    There would be at least four times as many flightless bird species on Earth today if it were not for human influences, finds a study led by UCL researchers.The study, published in Science Advances, finds that flightlessness evolved much more frequent…
    - 13 hours ago 2 Dec 20, 7:00pm -

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