In a groundbreaking experiment using the world's fastest camera, a team of scientists led by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee documented the fundamental processes of a chemical reaction as they occurred in real time. This means seeing how ... University of Chicago, 2 weeks ago
3-D visualization of the toner layer on top of coated paper. The dark blue areas show thin layers of toner, the yellow shows thicker layers. (credit: Markko Myllys/University of Jyvaskyla) Were all familiar with the annual shindig the World ...Print 21 Online, 1 week ago
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Blame it on a culture that requires us to manage multiple errands in 24 hours, or individual preferences of finding time to devote to multiple activities of interest. Seems like in this day and age, we need everything abridged. However, while these ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 month ago
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We read over and over that we must keep exercising in order to fend off the effects on the brain of growing older. That's great advice for everyone, but it's a little more complicated than that. Researchers have found that there are at least ...Care2, 2 months ago
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