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Shield Volcano: Interesting Facts, Examples, And Diagrams

A shield volcano is the largest type of volcano on Earth, with low viscosity lava flows and a wide broad shape. The low viscosity, runny, nature of the lava means it travels in streams far from the source and covers […]

Getting Infrared Spectrum Evaluation Straight For Biomedical Applications

Since about 40 years, the quantity absorbance, defined by the negative decadic logarithm of the transmittance or the relative reflectance, builds the fundament of infrared spectroscopy. Absorbance is intimately connected to the Bouguer-Beer-Lambert-law which states that the absorbance increases linearly […]

Loon Balloons Used To Study Stratospheric Waves

Google’s parent company Alphabet has been launching super-pressure balloons into the stratosphere for over three years to develop internet capability for underserved regions.  This effort is called Project Loon.  Recently Alphabet announced Loon will provide coverage to Puerto Rico after […]

Metamorphic Electronics For 3D Acoustics

Recent advancement in the field of electronics has taken a shift to enable the realization of mechanical stretchable electronic products. Mechanical stretchability is key to produce electronic systems, which morph to take on new form factors. However, current strategies have […]

KPI For Calculating The Climate-potential Of Passive Cooling Systems

As reported by several international research publications, in recent years, in both emerging and industrialized countries, the energy consumption for space cooling and ventilation is rising quickly. Nevertheless, even if the average efficiency of installed air-conditioning units is increasing, this […]

Brain Implant Successfully Boosts Memory For The First Time Ever

Finding a way to upgrade the human brain using synthetic components has long been a dream of scientists and researchers, but for the first time, scientists have succeeded in creating a synthetic device that enhances the human brain. Researchers at […]

Researchers Study How Long Microorganisms Can Survive On Mars

By the year 2026, Russia and the United States hope to begin the construction of a space station to orbit the Moon. This project would mark the beginning of a new age of space exploration as the station will be […]

Aggregation Induced Emission: Using New Luminescent Materials for Food Safety Monitoring

In 2016, the world shipped over USD 220 billion of meats and seafood. Naturally, ensuring the quality and safety of these foods is a major concern for everyone in the supply chain, from the food suppliers to consumers to government […]

Climate Change Impacts On Fisheries And Biodiversity Of Pacific Island Countries And Territories

People often think of Pacific Island Countries and Territories as a tropical paradise teeming with coral reefs and abundant and diverse fishes, but changing conditions may place this region and its marine ecosystems under increasing stress.  A new publication in […]

Silver-sulfur Supertetrahedral Clusters: Filling A Gap In The Field Of Metal-Chalcogenide Tetrahedral Clusters

Metal chalcogenide supertetrahedral clusters (SCs) are regular tetrahedrally shaped fragments of the cubic semiconducting ZnS type lattice. SCs can be looked upon as the smallest semiconductor nanoparticles and show interesting electrical and optical properties. Unlike colloidal nanoparticles, SCs are mono-dispersed […]