Blood clot fibers more elastic than spider's web

The tiny fibers that comprise blood clots show extraordinary elasticity, on average stretching to almost three times their length while still retaining their ability to go back to their normal shape and expanding to more ...

IBM researchers look beyond silicon technology

Scientists at the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory have demonstrated how a single molecule can be switched between two distinct conductive states, which allows it to store data.

Indians want Klamath River dams removed

U.S. Indian tribes living along the Klamath River staged a rally in Portland, Ore., demanding removal of four hydroelectric dams.

Culling grey squirrels may be problematic

British conservationists say they've found culling grey squirrels isn't the best way to save Britain's threatened native red squirrel population.

ISS crew to chat with champion soccer team

NASA says the International Space Station crew will take a special call next Tuesday from members of the European champion soccer team FC Barcelona.

Satellite images spy ancient history in Syria

Ancient human settlements in Syria have been revealed in declassified spy satellite images by a small team of researchers led by ANU PhD student Mandy Mottram.

New X-Ray microbeam answers 20-year-old metals question

What happens to metals when you bend them? The question isn't as easy as you may think. A research team from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the University of Southern ...

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