This tiny wing could someday be used in robots or devices to harvest solar energy. Credit: American Chemical Society In ancient Greek mythology, Icarus’ wax wings melted when he dared to fly too close to the sun. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaceshave made artificial wings that are […]

(Click HERE for full view.) Uncovering new corals on the GBR. Credit: Andrew Bird/ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies Scientists discovered dozens of new coral species on a recent voyage along the length of the Great Barrier Reef. A team of scientists completed a 21-day trip from the […]

This is an artistic impression of a red dwarf star’s magnetic interaction with its exoplanet. Credit: Danielle Futselaar (artsource.nl) Radio telescope in the Netherlands captures habitats of planets outside our solar system. A team of scientists using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) radio telescope in the Netherlands has observed radio […]

Spatial distribution of PEGS signal strength during the Tohoku quake in 2011, shortly before the arrival of the primary seismic wave. Credit: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol 536, Zhang et al. 2020, Prompt elasto-gravity signals (PEGS) and their potential use in modern seismology”, https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/earth-and-planetary-science-letters, with permission from Elsevier.  ENLARGE […]

By measuring iron isotopes, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have shown that our planet originally formed much faster than previously thought. This finding provides new insights on both planetary formation and the likelihood of water and life elsewhere in the universe. The precursor of our planet, the proto-Earth, formed […]