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Scientists uncover aurora-like radio emission above a sunspot

Scientists uncover prolonged radio emissions above a sunspot, akin to those previously seen in the polar regions of planets and certain stars, which may reshape our understanding of intense stellar radio bursts. Credit: Sijie Yu In a study published in Nature Astronomy, astronomers from New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research (NJIT-CSTR) have

Scientists develop nanomaterials using a bottom-up approach

Credit: ACS Nano (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.3c05461 Scientists from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena and the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, both Germany, have successfully developed nanomaterials using a so-called bottom-up approach. As reported in the journal ACS Nano, they exploit the fact that crystals often grow in a specific direction during crystallization. These resulting nanostructures could

Scientists regenerate neurons that restore walking in mice after paralysis from spinal cord injury

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain In a new study in mice, a team of researchers from UCLA, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and Harvard University have uncovered a crucial component for restoring functional activity after spinal cord injury. The neuroscientists have shown that re-growing specific neurons back to their natural target regions led to recovery

Scientists develop an approach to predict the properties of nanomaterials

A graphic abstract of the approach to develop a model for predicting the photocatalytic properties of zinc oxide nanosheets. Credit: Mikhail Voznesenskiy Chemists at St. Petersburg University have used big data analysis techniques to predict the photocatalytic properties of zinc oxide nanosheets, i.e. a nanostructured material consisting of particles in the form of thin sheets.

Scientists solve Australian chicken farmer’s fossil mystery

An artist’s impression of Arenaerpeton supinatus, the ancestor of today’s Chinese Giant Salamander. Credit: Jose Vitor Silva A mystery fossil accidentally unearthed by an Australian chicken farmer in the 1990s has finally been identified as a stout amphibian with tusks and “gnarly teeth”, scientists said Wednesday. The 240 million-year-old fossil was discovered by Mihail Mihailidis

Scientists pioneer new machine learning model for corrosion-resistant alloy design

(A) Schematic representation of the entire process-aware deep neural network model. (B) Schematic illustration of the data processing workflow carried out within the natural language processing (NLP) module. Credit: Science Advances, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.adg7992 In a world where annual economic losses from corrosion surpass 2.5 trillion US Dollars, the quest for corrosion-resistant alloys and protective coatings

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