Scientists may have solved the mystery as to why the Mongolian army abandon its invasion of modern day Hungary. Jake Port reports. The Mongolian army, depicted here in a scene from the movie Genghis Khan, was a formidable fighting force. But did ... Cosmos Magazine, 4 weeks ago
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//> A lightning-fast performance outside lab conditions gives hopes of better internet connections to remote regions. Viviane Richter reports. View through the position finder from the transmitter at Uni-Center Cologne to the Fraunhofer ...Cosmos Magazine, 1 month ago
//> Scientists have discovered the gene that allows birds to turn yellow feathers intoredones and why that matters. Amy Middleton reports. Birds such as this male Northern Cardinal can produce red colouration from yellow pigments in their food.Cosmos Magazine, 1 month ago
//> The sticky coating of spiders' webs has remarkable properties that can create a 'liquid wire' capable of being stretched many times its length while still remaining taut. Phil Ritchie explains. Scientists have created five synthetic 'liquid ...Cosmos Magazine, 1 month ago
//> Measuring radiation is a simple matter of counting. Jake Port explains. Geiger counters are often used in the nuclear industry to monitor the levels of radiation emitted by radioactive materials in reactors and power generators as well as by ...Cosmos Magazine, 1 month ago
//> Stanford researchers developed an extremely stretchable material which is much more durable than its competitors. Jake Port explains. The highly stretchable new material could revolutionise robot 'muscles'.Credit: Zhenan Bao A new polymer ...Cosmos Magazine, 2 months ago
//> Pathogen-free lab environments leave the animals' immune systems weak and unlike their human counterparts. Viviane Richter reports on attempts to fix the problem. Credit: Adam Gault/ Living with a dirty cousin may make the sheltered lab ...Cosmos Magazine, 2 months ago
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