Physorg

Wednesday th 16th of September 2020

A new way to search for dark matter reveals hidden materials properties - 06:00

Smoke from US fires reaches Europe, satellite data shows - 05:00

T-rex skeleton could fetch record price at New York auction - 04:31

Australia doubles down on fossil fuels, firing up critics - 04:31

Brown Danube: How Belgrade's sewers taint Europe's famous river - 04:01

Slower growing chickens experience higher welfare, commercial scale study finds - 04:00

How a giant short-faced bear reached the California Channel Islands - 04:00

Biggest fish in the sea are girls - 03:30

Evergreen needles act as air quality monitors - 03:30

Mexico identifies submerged wreck of Mayan slave ship - 03:30

Winds kick up century old volcanic ash in Alaska - 03:30

Hurricane Sally gains strength as it nears southern US - 03:30

Water shortages in US West likelier than previously thought - 03:30

Fish exposed to noise pollution likely to die early: study - 03:30

As Brazil's wetlands burn, rain is 'only hope' - 03:30

Choosing the right cover crop to protect the soil - 03:00

Researchers create better material for wearable biosensors - 03:00

Tuesday th 15th of September 2020

An extremely social robotic fish helps unravel the collective patterns of animal groups - 18:20

Finding in 100-million-year-old amber reveals sexual intercourse of ostracods - 18:20

New research tool tracks political advertising on Facebook - 16:00

Theoretically, two layers are better than one for solar-cell efficiency - 16:00

Water vapor imagery reveals hurricane Paulette's strongest side, dry air - 14:30

Did our early ancestors boil their food in hot springs? - 14:30

Dust may have controlled ancient human civilization - 14:30

A NASA-NOAA nighttime view finds a slightly better organized tropical storm Karina - 14:30

Sub-nanoparticle catalysts made from coinage elements as effective catalysts - 14:00

COVID-19 virus uses heparan sulfate to get inside cells - 14:00

Facebook says it's cracking down on climate change misinformation. Scientists say it's not doing enough. - 12:30

Human white blood cells use molecular paddles to swim - 12:30

Solar cycle 25 is here. NASA, NOAA scientists explain what that means - 12:30

In first, Scientific American magazine endorses Biden - 12:30

NASA Aqua satellite casts three eyes on sally and finds heavy rain potential - 12:01

New on/off functionality for fast, sensitive, ultra-small technologies - 12:01

Satellite images display changes in the condition of European forests - 12:01

Lab discovers small 'Cain-and-Abel' molecule - 12:01

Once near death, rescued sea turtles sent back to the ocean - 12:01

Olympic costs are out of control, warn Oxford academics - 12:01

Successful improvement of the catalytic activity of photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixing enzyme Rubisco - 12:01

Gender harassment and institutional betrayal in high school take toll on mental health - 12:01

Study shows difficulty in finding evidence of life on Mars - 12:01

Rare pattern observed in migrating common swifts - 12:01

New study helps characterise the fusion of metals - 12:01

Tiny protein motor fuels bacterial movement - 11:30

New research provides global analysis of storm surge footprints - 11:30

Scientists develop a technique to dynamically curve a photon jet - 11:30

America's 180 on athlete activism - 11:30

When hurricanes temporarily halt fishing, marine food webs recover quickly - 11:30

NASA satellite imagery shows Teddy consolidating - 11:30

NASA-NOAA satellite's 'night vision' find wind shear battering Tropical Storm Vicky - 10:01

New shark research targets a nearly endangered species - 10:01