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New study projects ocean warming impact on Antarctic krill – EurekAlert

Ocean warming is likely to alter the distribution and lifecycle of ecologically and commercially important Antarctic krill over the rest of this century, according to new IMAS-led research.Published in the journal Nature Climate Change, the study looked a…

Efficient, ‘green’ quantum-dot solar cells exploit defects – EurekAlert

Novel quantum dot solar cells developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory match the efficiency of existing quantum-dot based devices, but without lead or other toxic elements that most solar cells of this type rely on.

Study to identify markers that could predict COVID-19 outcome – EurekAlert

COVID-19 is the UK's largest public health crisis since World War II. There is an urgent need to identify why some patients with the virus do very well whereas others need to be admitted to intensive care and may die from the disease. A new observational stu…

How climate killed corals – EurekAlert

A squad of climate-related factors is responsible for the massive Australian coral bleaching event of 2016. If we're counting culprits: it's two by sea, one by land.

High hopes for new-age rubber – EurekAlert

Imagine a self-repairing rubber, or super-adhesive made entirely from waste materials. It sounds like science fiction, but researchers have discovered a new kind of rubber and catalyst that together can be used with low energy consumption to make flexible, …

High hopes for new-age rubber – EurekAlert

Imagine a self-repairing rubber, or super-adhesive made entirely from waste materials. It sounds like science fiction, but researchers have discovered a new kind of rubber and catalyst that together can be used with low energy consumption to make flexible, …

Study finds that aging neurons accumulate DNA damage – EurekAlert

MIT neuroscientists have discovered that an enzyme called HDAC1 is critical for repairing age-related DNA damage to genes involved in memory and other cognitive functions. HDAC1 is often diminished in both Alzheimer's patients and in normally aging adults, an…

New ECU research finds ‘Dr. Google’ is almost always wrong – EurekAlert

Many people turn to 'Dr. Google' to self-diagnose their health symptoms and seek medical advice, but online symptom checkers are only accurate about a third of the time, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research published in the Medical Journal o…

Light, fantastic: the path ahead for faster, smaller computer processors – EurekAlert

Photonic chips have huge potential for the future of computers and telecommunications. Australian and German physicists have now developed hybrid architecture to overcome some of the engineering hurdles facing this technology. Their results are published in N…
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