Physicists develop new method of crystal production Physicists develop new method of crystal production

An ideal example how light interacts with the small structures of colloidal particles—the Opal. C...

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New tiny species of extinct Australian marsupial lion named after Sir David Attenborough New tiny species of extinct Australian marsupial lion named after Sir David Attenborough

Reconstruction by palaeoartist Peter Schouten of Microleo attenboroughi prowling along the branch...

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Whales in the desert? Whales in the desert?

A: Main baleen features of an extantrorqual, at different scales; tubule diameter ~0.5 mm (modifi...

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The origins of Cuban species The origins of Cuban species

A Cuban solenodon (Body length=30cm, Tail length=20cm, Weight=ca.800g). Credit: Copyright Hokkaid...

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Some signs of induced seismicity spotted in Salton Trough's geothermal production fields Some signs of induced seismicity spotted in Salton Trough's geothermal production fields

Representative Image In some parts of Southern California's Brawley Seismic Zone, geotherma...

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Humans have caused climate change for 180 years Humans have caused climate change for 180 years

Australian National University researcher Associate Professor Nerilie Abram. Credit: Stuart Hay, ...

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Arctic gives clues on worst mass extinction of life Arctic gives clues on worst mass extinction of life

Arctic Sunset. Taken in Tromsø Kommune, Troms Fylke Credit: P J Hansen/Flickr Extreme global wa...

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A Mystery of Form and Structure A Mystery of Form and Structure

In China's Tarim Basin, the entire top of a fold has been beveled from bottom of the image up...

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New insights into the relationship between erosion and tectonics in the Himalayas New insights into the relationship between erosion and tectonics in the Himalayas

Namche Barwa in the eastern Himalayas viewed from the west. Credit: Jean-Pierre Burg, ETH Zurich ...

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