Researchers capture higher resolution imagery of photosynthetic large light harvesting complex I
Researchers develop method of fabricating perovskite solar cells that is more efficient, costs less
Professor seeks retraction of Science article he co-authored
Citing irregularities on the part of his colleague, a prominent Columbia University professor has asked Science magazine to retract a study he co-authored last year about the ability of openly gay canvassers to shift voters' views toward support for same-sex marriage. ...
The size of domestic animals has increased over time
The paper on Zooarchaeology 'Livestock management in Spain from Roman to post-medieval times: a biometrical analysis of cattle, sheep/goat and pig' by the researcher of the Department of Geography, Prehistory ...
Researchers demonstrate method that reduces friction between two surfaces to almost zero at macroscopic scale
Germination can make buckwheat more nutritious
With the increasing demand for food with health benefits, high nutritional value food materials are attracting more attention from both consumers and food manufacturers.
A new way to measure friction between highly ordered pyrolytic graphite materials
Should voting be compulsory or should we have a right not to vote?
Each year, millions of people fail to vote without reproach. Does abstention constitute a citizen's right not to vote? This article in Australian Journal of Political Science explores whether we have a legal right to a ' ...
Wide area study shows environmental impact of oil and natural gas drilling in North America
New group seeks to timeline the Anthropocene—when humans became the dominant force on Earth
Dragons awaken and Clarkson goes green in April Fools' medley
Greece could adopt Bitcoin, global warming might awaken dragons and disgraced motoring show host Jeremy Clarkson is going green: Aprils Fools' Day jokes around Europe on Wednesday ranged from chuckle-worthy to weird.
Comet probe Rosetta detects the 'most wanted molecule'
ESA's Rosetta spacecraft has made the first measurement of molecular nitrogen at a comet, providing clues about the temperature environment in which Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko formed.
Robotic materials: Changing with the world around them
Prosthetics with a realistic sense of touch. Bridges that detect and repair their own damage. Vehicles with camouflaging capabilities.
Researchers rethink how our feathered friends evolved
A recently published global genome study that used the data-intensive Gordon supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer at the University of California, San Diego, has researchers rethinking how avian lineages ...