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This metal figure can melt and re-form to escape a jail cell thanks to gallium upgraded with magnetic particles.https://t.co/Ru1uoqxaKZ
Ten years from now, recycling could satisfy as much as a quarter of the demand in the rare earth magnets market.
The dove-sized Cratonavis zhui sported a dinosaur-like head atop a body similar to those of today’s birds.
In Appalachia’s coal country, researchers envision turning toxic waste into treasure.
A crucial link in the life cycle of one parasitic plant may be found in a surprising place — the bellies of the descendants of an ancient line of rabbits.
Some simple solutions include dimming or turning off lights overnight, especially floodlighting or lights in empty parking lots.
For birds, once a diver, always a diver.
Most research today suggests that procrastination is a behavioral pattern. And if procrastination is a behavior, that means it’s something you can change.
Dogs hybridize with wolves and ferrets with polecats. Now chickens are mixing it up with wild jungle fowl. That could be a problem.
A 120-million-year-old fossil bird found in China could offer some new clues about how landbound dinosaurs evolved into today’s flying birds.https://t.co/VudeS49G76
“This paper is confirming that we’ve been undercounting light pollution in the world.”
“Mining” coal waste could be a valuable source of rare earth elements and help clean up coal mining’s dirty legacy.
Two young sea spiders never regrew their anuses. So they threw up their feces instead.
Rather than making devices small to begin with, start big and make them small later.
A bacteria that likes runny noses may be exacerbating hay fever symptoms.https://t.co/ljtKKjbGTC
"Really weird and unexpected.” Researchers find primate-like fossils north of the Arctic Circle. https://t.co/2UC2YBICmB
The lives of Amamis are shrouded in mystery due to their rarity, but they seem to play a surprising ecological role.
Shape-shifting liquid metal robots might not just be science fiction anymore. https://t.co/Ru1uoqxaKZ
A shallower jungle fowl gene pool could also mean diminished resources for breeding better chickens.
One type of microscopic pond dweller takes viral diets literally.https://t.co/u0UkG2xdy7
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