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Research shows a new state of aggregation: a Cooper metal pair

Tiny holes punched in a high-temperature superconductive material showed that copper pairs, electron duos that facilitate superconductivity, and metals can conduct electricity. Picture credits: Valles Lab / Brown University For years, physicists have assumed that Cooper pairs, the pairs of electrons that allow superconductors to conduct current without resistance, are two-trick ponies. The pairs either slide freely and create a …

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Research sheds light on the underlying mechanisms of soft filaments

A filament is clamped at the upper end and biased by applying a downward axial force to the lower end by a small amount. The lower end is then twisted, leaving the axial load of the lower end constant. After a critical amount of twist has been introduced, the filament spontaneously buckles into a loop. Picture credits: Nicholas Charles / …

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Scientists need 10,000 volunteers for important research

Appeal to All Good Boys and Girls: This week researchers launched a Citizen Science project to attract 10,000 furry friends to better study the aging of dogs and humans , And they ask pet owners in the US to volunteer their puppies to participate. The Dog Aging Project (DAP) is a collaboration between researchers from the University of Washington and …

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Research sheds new light on earthquakes that killed 9,000 people

UC Riverside Seismologist Abhijit Ghosh on his mission to investigate the main Himalayan thrust responsible for the fatal 2015 Ghorka earthquake in Nepal. Picture credits: UCR A new understanding of a failure that caused a fatal 7.8 magnitude earthquake can help scientists better understand where and when the next big quake arrives. For decades, scientists have been discussing the structure …

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Pokémon Go: Appear in the Shadow Research Leader

Recently Pokémon Go players added new Team Rocket bosses to fight. Super Rocket Radar requires players to spy on Team Rocket bosses and take them down. The following tasks are mainly focused on defeating bosses and catching Shadow Pokémon. After raising your Pokémon and playing PvE combat against Team Rocket grunts and bosses, you'll be presented with a Shadow Articuno. …

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New research indicates that the universe is a sphere and yet not flat

The Universe is a seemingly endless sea of ​​stars, galaxies and nebulae. In it we see patterns and constellations that have inspired stories in the story. But there is a cosmic pattern that we still do not understand. A question that remains unanswered: what is the shape of the universe? We thought we knew it, but new research suggests something …

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MIT Research allows driverless cars to spot obstacles near corners

Seeing Corners A team of MIT researchers claims to have developed technologies that allow driverless cars to see corners, including pedestrians and other vehicles, to avoid a collision. X-ray Specifications How does the system work: Cameras mounted on top of the vehicle scan a certain stretch of road in front of it and analyze it in every frame for the …

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New research on giant radio galaxies contradicts conventional wisdom

image credits: CC0 Public Domain Conventional wisdom tells us that large objects appear smaller when they are further from us, but this fundamental law of classical physics is reversed when we observe the distant universe. Astrophysicists from the University of Kent simulated the evolution of the largest objects in the universe to explain the formation of galaxies and other cosmic …

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New research suggests that the global ice age has changed the face of the planet

Credit: NASA Curtin University researchers have discovered that a global ice age more than 600 million years ago dramatically changed the planet's face, leaving a barren, flooded landscape and clear oceans. The study published in Terra Nova investigated how distinct carbonate sedimentary rocks formed over millions of years after the snowball earth. The sedimentary rocks resemble the limestone of tropical …

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New research integrates borophen and graphene in 2D heterostructures

Scanning tunneling micrograph of a lateral boron-graphene heterostructure with atomic resolution and a superimposed boron-carbon interface bond scheme. Image width: 1.7 nm. Photo credits: Northwestern University Nanomaterials could be the basis for many emerging technologies, including extremely tiny, flexible and transparent electronics. While many nanomaterials have promising electronic properties, scientists and engineers are still working to optimally integrate these materials …

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