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Capture heat that would otherwise have been lost – ScienceDaily

An international team of scientists has discovered how heat can be captured and converted into electricity. The discovery published last week in the journal Science Advances could lead to more efficient heat generation in terms of car exhaust, interplanetary spacecraft, and industrial processes. "Because of this discovery, we should be able to extract more electrical energy from heat than we …

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Electric eel carries the highest voltage discharge of any known animal – ScienceDaily

South American rivers are home to at least three different species of elephants, including a newly identified species of fish collected in Brazil, French Guiana , Guyana and Suriname in recent years. Scientists have known for more than 250 years that electric eels, which send electricity pulsing through the water to their prey, live in the Amazon basin. They are …

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How microbes generate and use their energy to grow – ScienceDaily

How do cells generate and use energy? This question might seem simple, but the answer is far from simple. Furthermore, they know how microbial cell factories consume energy and how proteins are so important when they are used in industrial fermentation. e. coli and baker's yeast by optimizing fermentation conditions. "This information can be used to design new improved cell …

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Jupiter's nucleus could be affected by a collision 4.5 billion years ago – ScienceDaily

A colossal frontal collision between Jupiter and a still-forming planet in the early solar system about 4.5 billion years ago could, according to a study published this week in the journal [19459002veröffentlichtwurdeüberraschendeMesswerteausderJuno-SondederNASAerklären] Nature . Astronomers from Rice University and Sun Yat-sen University in China say that their direct collision scenario may explain Juno's previously puzzling gravitational measurements, indicating that Jupiter's …

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Critical observation made on Maunakea during first night of return to operations – ScienceDaily

The existing astronomical observatories on Maunakea returned to operations this weekend, and it did not take long for a significant result, not only for science, but for assuring the safety of Earth. Observations of the near -Earth asteroid 2006 QV89 made on August 11 with the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) have ruled out any potential future impact threat to Earth by …

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Hubble's new portrait of Jupiter – ScienceDaily

A new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter, taken on June 27, 2019, reveals the giant red spot of the giant planet and a more intense color palette in the clouds swirling in Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere than in previous years. The colors and their changes provide important clues to ongoing processes in Jupiter's atmosphere. The bands are caused by differences …

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Strange spawning of coral improves the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef – ScienceDaily

A phenomenon in which corals spawn more than once a year improves the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef. The discovery was made by researchers from the University of Queensland and the CSIRO and investigates whether corals that divide their spawning period over several months are more. Karlo Hock from the School of Biological Sciences at the UQ to distribute …

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Data offer new clues about why stars explode – ScienceDaily

When NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched into space in April 2018, But recently published research, a team of astronomers at Ohio State University "We have known." "We have known They're exploding, "said Patrick Vallely, lead author of the study at Ohio State Astronomy Graduate Student. Directly from a standard star companion and explode into it – the child of …

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Australian ants prepared for 'Insect Armageddon' – ScienceDaily

La Trobe University researchers have uncovered an exception to the global phenomenon known as 'Insect Armageddon' Researchers studied ants in the Simpson Desert for 22 years and found that local Changes in climate, such as long-term increases in rainfall, combined with human efforts to restore ecosystems, may have led to increased numbers of species – rather than the declines which …

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