Feeling the force between sand grains Feeling the force between sand grains

LLNL researchers have measured how force moves through 3D granular materials such as sand and soi...

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Seeing inside an ancient Australian Indigenous artefact non-invasively Seeing inside an ancient Australian Indigenous artefact non-invasively

Calcrete block with embedded chert Credit: Ingrid Ward, University of WA Nuclear techniques hav...

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300 Teeth: Duck-billed dinosaurs would have been dentist’s dream 300 Teeth: Duck-billed dinosaurs would have been dentist’s dream

Imagine how much dental care you'd need if you had 300 or more teeth packed together on each ...

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A Mammoth Undertaking A Mammoth Undertaking

Woolly mammoth Credit: Tracy O (Flickr) via Wikimedia Commons Can the woolly mammoth be brought...

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Large-scale metamaterials combat earthquakes in 3-D model Large-scale metamaterials combat earthquakes in 3-D model

Figure 5. Risk mitigation: (a) normalised Von Mises stress field map (blue and red represent mini...

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Post-disaster optimization technique capable of analyzing entire cities Post-disaster optimization technique capable of analyzing entire cities

This paper is the first to be published under a project called Probabilistic Resilience Assessmen...

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Scientists solve puzzle of converting gaseous carbon dioxide to fuel Scientists solve puzzle of converting gaseous carbon dioxide to fuel

Converting greenhouse gas emissions into energy-rich fuel using nano silicon (Si) in a carbon-neu...

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Japan scientists detect rare, deep-Earth tremor Japan scientists detect rare, deep-Earth tremor

An Atlantic “weather bomb,” or a severe, fast-developing storm, causes ocean swells that incite f...

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How shallow, deep earthquakes differ How shallow, deep earthquakes differ

This aerial photo shows the historical part of the town of Amatrice, central Italy, after an eart...

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