Advertisements


Study reports that age is the driving force in changing how stars move within galaxies

Galaxies start life with their stars rotating in an orderly pattern but in some the motion of stars is more random. Until now, scientists have been uncertain about what causes this—possibly the surrounding environment or the mass of the galaxy itse.....»»

Category: topSource:  theglobeandmailApr 3rd, 2024

NASA"s PACE data on ocean, atmosphere, climate now available

NASA is now publicly distributing science-quality data from its newest Earth-observing satellite, providing first-of-their-kind measurements of ocean health, air quality, and the effects of a changing climate......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

New study reveals novel approach for combating "resting" bacteria

Most disease-causing bacteria are known for their speed: In mere minutes, they can double their population, quickly making a person sick. But just as dangerous as this rapid growth can be a bacterium's resting state, which helps the pathogen evade an.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

New study finds potential targets at chromosome ends for degenerative disease prevention

We depend on our cells being able to divide and multiply, whether it's to replace sunburnt skin or replenish our blood supply and recover from injury. Chromosomes, which carry all of our genetic instructions, must be copied in a complete way during c.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

Unraveling the song of ice and fire across the American landscape with machine learning

In the rugged terrain of the western United States, where wildfires rage unchecked, a surprising connection emerges with the tumultuous skies of the central US. A recent study published in Advances in Atmospheric Sciences explores the intriguing rela.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

Examining the blowtorch effect of satellite reentry through video

A reaction wheel—one of the heaviest parts of a space mission, its changing rotation used to shift a satellite's orientation—seen in a plasma wind tunnel belonging to the High Enthalpy Flow Diagnostics Group (HEFDiG) at the University of Stuttgar.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

"Branded access offers" dilute parent brand via perceived lack of consumer commitment: Study

Why buy when you can rent? From cars to high-end clothing, the short-term renting or sharing of consumer goods through "branded access offers" has become an increasingly popular alternative to the traditional ownership model. But such time-limited co.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

Innovation linked to international exports for both rural and urban firms

A new study led by Penn State researchers finds that U.S. firms actively engaged in creating innovative products or processes are more likely to expand into international markets. The findings, which apply to both rural and urban companies, could inf.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

Study proposes large-scale biomanufacturing workflow to produce natural killer cells and extracellular vesicles

A team of uOttawa Faculty of Medicine researchers have developed a path to a biomanufacturing process that could potentially transform how Canada generates immunotherapeutic materials—specifically natural killer cells and extracellular vesicles (EV.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News9 hr. 24 min. ago

The Space Force is planning what could be the first military exercise in orbit

"The vendors will exercise a realistic threat response scenario." Enlarge / Artist's illustration of two satellites performing rendezvous and proximity operations in low-Earth orbit. (credit: True Anomaly) The US Space F.....»»

Category: topSource:  arstechnicaRelated News10 hr. 24 min. ago

Study reveals giant store of global soil carbon

Soil carbon usually refers only to the organic matter component of soils, known as soil organic carbon (SOC). However, soil carbon also has an inorganic component, known as soil inorganic carbon (SIC). Solid SIC, often calcium carbonate, tends to acc.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

A molecular moon lander: Insight into molecular motion on surfaces at the nanoscale

For years, scientists have been intrigued by how molecules move across surfaces. The process is critical to numerous applications, including catalysis and the manufacturing of nanoscale devices......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

San Francisco Bay study highlights value of salt marsh restoration for flood risk reduction and climate resilience

Salt marsh restoration can mitigate flood risk and bolster community resilience to climate change in our local waterways, according to a recent study published in Scientific Reports by a postdoctoral fellow with UC Santa Cruz's Center for Coastal Cli.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

No two worms are alike: New study confirms that even the simplest marine organisms tend to be individualistic

Sport junkie or couch potato? Always on time or often late? The animal kingdom, too, is home to a range of personalities, each with its own lifestyle. In a study just released in the journal PLOS Biology, a team led by Sören Häfker and Kristin Tess.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

Wireless power transmission could enable exploration of the far side of the moon

How can future lunar exploration communicate from the far side of the moon despite never being inline with the Earth? This is what a recent study submitted to IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems hopes to address as a pair of researc.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

Scientists find blue light makes buildings more deadly to migrating birds

Bird collisions with buildings are nothing new, but a new study by scientists at The University of New Mexico sheds light on a potential cause......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

Food security in developed countries shows resilience to climate change

A study by the University of Southampton has found that market forces have provided good food price stability over the past half century, despite extreme weather conditions......»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated News15 hr. 24 min. ago

BMW kicks off 2024 atop U.S. luxury sales leader board

Mercedes-Benz now reports wholesales results, saying they align better with financial statements.....»»

Category: autoSource:  autonewsRelated News16 hr. 23 min. ago

‘Pirated’ TikTok Clips Help to Promote TV Series, Research Finds

A new academic study shows that condensed video clips of TV shows, posted on services such as TikTok, can serve as free advertising. This means that efforts to take down these 'copyright infringing' or 'pirated' clips may be counterproductive. This t.....»»

Category: internetSource:  torrentfreakRelated News16 hr. 51 min. ago

China Is Using AI to Sow Disinformation and Stoke Discord Across Asia and the U.S., Microsoft Reports

A new report by Microsoft Threat Intelligence outlines how China’s influence operations have ramped up their use of artificial intelligence. Faking a political endorsement in Taiwan ahead of its crucial January election, sharing m.....»»

Category: topSource:  timeRelated News16 hr. 51 min. ago

Achieving Pixel-Perfect Reporting with Customization at Scale

Modern organizations don’t have time to make sense of poorly formatted reports. The insights needed for organizational decision-making require data engineers to offer clear data visualization while eliminating clutter and confusion. Pixel-perfe.....»»

Category: topSource:  tapscapeRelated News16 hr. 51 min. ago