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Experiments measured the physical limits for the existence of liquid water in extraterrestrial worlds

How cold an ocean can get before entirely freezing, including in its deepest abyss?

Axion’s mass is more than twice as big as previously thought

New simulations refine axion mass, refocusing dark matter search.

Carbon beneficial forest management using innovative wood

Innovative wood use can enable carbon-beneficial forest management in California

Study reveals global ‘hot spots’ where new coronaviruses may emerge

Most of the current hot spots are clustered in China.

Microscopic diamond tracers allow high-quality images up to a centimeter below the surface of tissue

Diamonds engage both optical microscopy and MRI for better imaging.

Solar ripples could tell us a lot about flares

It may someday help in forecasting the size of solar flares and their severity.

Ferroelectricity at the atomic scale

Ferroelectricity is a characteristic of certain materials that have a spontaneous electric polarization that can be reversed by the application of an external electric...

A new way to measure Earth’s gravity

The technique also could be used to measure slight gravitational variations at different places in the world, which may help in mapping the seafloor or finding oil and minerals underground.

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