University of California San Diego Researchers And Biomimicry. Migratory birds often use warm, rising atmospheric currents to gain height with little energy expenditure when flying over long distances.It’s a behavior known as thermal soaring that requires complex decision-making within the turbulent environment of a rising column of warm air from the sun baked surface of […]

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It is hard to estimate the amount of money that has been spent in the last 10 years in development of financial software. Programs ranging from banking transactions to highspeed trading enable the financial markets of the world. Consider for a moment compared to this, how much effort we have directed towards giving our scientists […]

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Explaining A Supernova Is Not So Straigth Forward. A supernova is defined as an astronomical event that occurs during the last stellar evolutionary stages of a massive star’s life, whose dramatic and catastrophic destruction is marked by one final titanic explosion.

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Organ On A Chip from a Lab On A Chip. Is it incredible what is happening with Nano research and the medical industry. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed the first placenta-on-a-chip that can fully model the transport of nutrients across the placental barrier.

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Modern Transistor Do Not At All Resemble The Original Design. The earliest transistors where small compared to their vacuum tube counterparts which preceeded it by 50 years. The very first transistor was invented at Bell Laboratories on December 16, 1947 by William Shockle and was one of the most important inventions for modern electronics. (See cover […]

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Who Will Be Future Space Explorers? If you were like many kids growing up around the world, for a time you dreamed of going into space and exploring the stars. As you grew older and wiser your dream may have turned to other things maybe a little more realistic since so few people actually get […]

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Titanium is element number 22 on the Periodic Table. It is light weight with an atomic weight of 47.90, and is represented by the symbol “Ti”. The element itself is found in the forms of rutile and ilmenite in beach sand. Today. The rutile is generally mined in Australia, and South Africa

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Saint Louis University Researchers Recieve Funding To Study The Zika Virus. According to the Center for Desease Control ( CDC ) in Atlanta, the Zika virus was first discovered in 1947 and is named after the Zika Forest in Uganda. In 1952, the first human cases of Zika were detected and since then, outbreaks of […]

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Human Pilot Loses Simulated Dog Fight To Artificial Intelligent Pilot . There are many of us in the scientific community that feel like Aritificial Intelligence technology maybe a road that mankind should not be so willingly to travel. Maybe it is the fear of a real life Terminator experience but sometimes reality can be stranger […]

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A More Efficient Solar Cell Solar Photovoltaics work in a similar way to that of photosynthesis in plants. Light energy is absorbed and converted into a different form of energy. In this process, it is important to use as much of the of the sun’s light spectrum as possible and then trap the light from […]

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