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Scientists observed the innermost structure of quasar jet

New observations show the deepest parts of the quasar's plasma jet.

How do 2D materials expand when heated?

A new technique that accurately measures how atom-thin materials expand when heated.

Earth can regulate its own temperature over millennia

A “stabilizing feedback” on 100,000-year timescales keeps global temperatures in check.

Synthetic data can offer real performance improvements in machine learning

Models trained on synthetic data can be more accurate than other models in some cases.

Using sound to model the world

This machine-learning system can simulate how a listener would hear a sound from any point in a room.

Astronomers discovered a pair of stars with an extremely short orbit

This is the first time such a transitioning system has been observed directly.

New battery-free, wireless underwater camera to explore unknown regions of the ocean

The device could help scientists track pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change.

New miniature antenna can operate wirelessly inside of a living cell

An intracellular antenna that's compatible with 3D biological systems and can operate wirelessly inside a living cell.

Saturn’s rings and tilt could be the product of an ancient, missing moon

A “grazing encounter” may have smashed the moon to bits to form Saturn’s rings, a new study suggests.

Revealing hidden nanostructures in cells and tissues through a novel way

Separating densely packed molecules before imaging makes them visible for the first time.

New stamp-sized ultrasound stickers that can see inside the body

New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of the heart, lungs, and other internal organs.

How do neurons build and maintain their capacity to communicate?

Nerve cells regulate and routinely refresh the collection of calcium channels that enable them...

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