Despite the rapid retreat of Arctic sea ice in recent years, the ice may temporarily stabilize or somewhat expand at times over the next few decades, new research indicates.
Source: National Science Foundation - Discipline: Environment www.labspaces.net
Sniffer dogs could be used for the early detection of lung cancer, according to new research published in the European Respiratory Journal.
Source: European Lung Foundation - Discipline: Cancer www.labspaces.net
If you've ever spilled a drop of coffee on a surface, you might have noticed the curious way the color concentrates at the edges when the coffee dries. This is known as the "coffee ring effect," and recently, researchers have determined that the shape of the particles in the liquid is an important factor in creating this pattern.
Source: National Science Foundation - Discipline: Materials Science www.labspaces.net
Through a combination of careful theoretical modeling and precise micro-manufacturing, a team of engineers and scientists has developed a new type of ultra-thin, self-adhesive electronics device that can effectively measure data about the human heart, brain waves and muscle activity – all without the use of bulky equipment, conductive fluids, or glues.
Source: National Science Foundation - Discipline: Technology www.labspaces.net
What tales they tell of their former lives, these old bones of sirenians, relatives of today's dugongs and manatees. Source: National Science Foundation - Discipline: Paleontology www.labspaces.net
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