Researchers get on consumers' wavelength with InSb technology

The technology for controlling light absorption at selected wavelengths in nanostructures has garnered much attention in recent years; however, dynamically tuning absorption wavelengths without also changing the geometry ...

Cave ecologist sheds light on subterranean species

As a cave ecologist, Dr. Matthew Niemiller is a frequent visitor to the dark, damp caves of the Southeastern U.S., where he chases millipedes, beetles, and other diminutive creatures through tight spaces. Hours spent breathing ...

Using satellites to improve crop yield estimates

A team that includes a graduate student who received his Ph.D. on Sunday from The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) has taken a major step toward developing a satellite-based tool to improve crop yield estimates in ...

Team uncovers link between forest fire smoke, pollution events

Smoke from forest fires might contribute to more than half of certain gritty air pollution events in the continental U.S. during the summer, and as much as 20 percent of those events throughout the year, according to new ...

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