Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Science Advances

UCF researcher develops the world’s first energy-saving paint inspired by butterflies

Nature presents a variety of chemical and structural compositions.

Surprising similarities found in stone tools of early humans and monkeys

The study challenges long held beliefs about the origins of intentional tool production in our own lineage.

Polarised shock waves shake the Universe’s cosmic web

Tantalising evidence of magnetic fields in the universe’s largest cosmic structures.

Shear shock waves mediate haptic holography via focused ultrasound

Researchers uncover physical limitation in haptic holography.

How to awaken neural stem cells and reactivate them?

Scientists have discovered the importance of cell metabolism in this process.

Scientists discovered evidence of magnetic fields in the universe’s cosmic web

Polarised shockwaves shake the universe's cosmic web.

A new technology to assemble matter in 3D

Creating 3D objects with sound.

More detailed picture of the movement of the Greenland Ice Sheet

Mass loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet is now the single largest contributor to global sea-level rise.

Scientists made a groundbreaking discovery in the field of thermal radiation

A new method for generating spinning thermal radiation in a controlled and efficient manner.

Exact magma locations could help with predicting volcanic eruptions

A way to better assess the risk of volcanic eruptions.

Scientists identified a new genetic pathway involved in insomnia

A novel insight that could pave the way for new treatments for insomnia and other sleep-related disorders.

Study determine the average age at conception for men and women throughout the past 250,000 years

Fathers are consistently older than mothers throughout human evolutionary history, but that age gap has shrunk.

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