“Our results suggest widespread declines in abundance and weight in Labrador Arctic Charr populations in the 1990’s that corresponds to both a well-documented cold temperature anomaly and declines in other species. “
A reduced sense of smell, or olfactory dysfunction, is one of the most common symptoms of COVID-19.
Engineers at the University of Maryland (UMD) have created a new shape-changing or “morphing” 3D printing nozzle which can print “fiber-filled composites”
“Researchers found that parents understood safety messaging better when the picture showed the desired behavior, such as a baby in a bumper-free crib. Credit The Ohio State University
“We can now better predict how much erosion will occur during a particular storm using the wave and rainfall erosion relationship that we’ve identified here.”
Using Virtual Reality (VR) simulations, researchers have been examining how the use of a defensive wall in football when a free kick is being taken may not be as helpful as you might think.
“Yasuhiro Oba and colleagues may have found the missing link between interstellar space, planet formation and the synthesis of life through the mechanisms that resolve the ‘water paradox’ outlined by Michael Marshall.”
Mars used to be a wet world, as evidenced by rock records of lakes, rivers, and glaciers.
“We document this remarkable genetic continuity across changes in ceramic style. We talk about ‘pots vs. people,’ and to our knowledge, it’s just pots.”
The Caspian Sea is a land-locked lake, but it is the largest on the planet (371.000 km2), and quite salty. Since the 1990’s, the water level has been dropping a few centimeters every year. This drop will accelerate during the upcoming decades.