Physorg

Tuesday th 15th of September 2020

World missing all targets to save nature, UN warns - 10:01

Possible genetic link found between hypothyroidism and development of canine T-zone lymphoma - 10:01

Hurricane Sally threatens deadly flooding in southern US - 10:01

Fish, seaweed inspire slippery surfaces for ships - 10:01

Chimpanzees show greater behavioural and cultural diversity in more variable environments - 10:01

Energy harvesting goes organic, gets more flexible - 10:01

Information about molecular shape of viruses that cause COVID-19, SARS, and MERS reveals structural similarities - 10:01

From star to solar system: How protoplanetary rings form in primordial gas clouds - 10:01

One of Earth's most biodiverse habitats lies off the Scottish coast – but climate change could wipe it out - 09:30

Study suggests financial holdings influenced key votes for house lawmakers - 09:30

NASA sees Tropical Depression Rene dissipating - 09:30

Estimation of carbonate stratal completeness via stratigraphic forward modeling - 09:30

Teacher stress linked with higher risk of student suspensions, researcher finds - 09:30

Single photons from a silicon chip - 09:30

Higher education was already ripe for disruption—then, COVID-19 happened - 09:01

Ultra-fast magnetic switching with potential to transform fiber optical communications - 09:01

Bilingualism: Why boosting the rights of minority language speakers could help save Gaelic in Scotland - 09:01

How changing from a state department to multinational corporation is reflected in top management decision-making - 09:01

Reviewing the quantum anomalous Hall effect - 09:01

The fourth agricultural revolution is coming, but who will really benefit? - 08:31

How leaders can encourage strong teams during the pandemic - 08:31

Upgraded X-ray laser shows its soft side - 08:31

Materials in lithium-ion batteries may be recycled for reuse - 08:31

The first step to conserving the Great Barrier Reef is understanding what lives there - 08:31

Venus: Could it really harbour life? New study springs a surprise - 08:31

Real-time estimates show poverty rose after government benefits expired - 08:31

Report finds fathers feel closer to children during pandemic - 08:31

Tortoise hatchlings found to orient toward objects resembling faces - 08:31

New 'eternal sleeper' dinosaurs unearthed in China - 08:31

Elements of surprise: Neutron stars contribute little, but something's making gold, research finds - 08:31

Who makes the final decision? AI-driven disaster management - 08:31

Predicting delayed instabilities in viscoelastic solids - 08:31

Creating a faster, on-site way to detect certain alkyl substances - 08:02

Growing metallic crystals in liquid metal - 08:02

Shining a light on disordered and fractal systems - 08:02

New neutron source in Canada would spur innovation, medical treatments - 08:02

As fires rage, climate change is back on the election agenda - 08:02

2020 hurricanes breezing through the alphabet - 08:02

Children headed back to school fearful of COVID-19, research finds - 08:02

Iron Age wine press yields clues to Phoenician building techniques - 08:02

Radio relic discovered in a nearby galaxy cluster - 08:02

Researchers reveal guest-reaction-driven cage to conjoined twin-cage, mitosis-like host transformation - 07:10

Tandem catalyst to enhance carbon dioxide electroreduction to methane - 07:10

Scientists propose possible mechanisms to explain coronal mini-jets in activated tornado-like prominence - 07:10

Researchers develop non-precious alloy catalyst for cinnamaldehyde - 07:10

Proposal for observatory to detect gravitational waves - 07:10

Q&A: The multiple benefits of a world without air conditioning - 07:10

How foreign purchases of U.S. homes impact prices and supply - 07:10

How dividing cells avoid setting off false virus alarms - 07:10

A new species of milkweed subfamily found in Yunnan - 06:42