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A “Twist” In Wavefunction With Ultrafast Vortex Electron Beams

According to the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics, every particle has also an undulatory nature. The characteristic wavelength associated with an elementary particle depends on its mass and speed. Very fast electrons, albeit very light objects, have a very short […]

Why Are You Better Than Your Kids In Remembering The Grocery List?

Imagine you are on your way to the grocery store, but you forget to take the shopping list. Now, you are trying to recall the items from that list. You may recall a vegetable, a tomato, which cues your memory […]

Targeting Trio For The Treatment Of Eye Cancer

Uveal Melanoma (UM) is a fatal cancer of the colored cells in the eye. It is the most common type of eye cancer, with ~1500 new patients per year diagnosed with the disease. In contrast to most cancers, which can […]

Deciphering Multiphase Slope Deformation From A Cave’s Perspective

Caves are environments that often act as traps in which time appears to have stopped. Because inactive cave passages are protected from external erosive factors, marks left by past processes and events are well preserved in these passages, unlike their […]

Chemical And Biological Characterization Spot The Faith Of Nanoparticles

Graphene has transformed material research worldwide. Graphene is considered an innovative material that could impact a wide variety of fields. The electronic, chemical, and structural aspects of graphene are responsible for its widespread application possibilities. Graphene, an attention-grabbing allotrope of […]

Surface Stabilization Assures Safety Of Buckminster Fullerene

The discovery of nanostructured carbon material “fullerenes” has emerged as a new substitute for widely-accepted nanocarbon material like graphene in the world of nano-research. The advent of this new nanomaterial by Kroto et al. in 1985 gave it a chance […]

Changing Luminance Levels Affects Color Discrimination Abilities In Dogs

A common myth suggests that dogs don’t see color, that they exclusively see the world in shades of grey. Dogs have two cone photoreceptors within the retina, compared to humans, who have three. The spectral peaks for these two cones […]

USC Researchers Develop Electrically-Assisted 3D Printing Process To Build Nacre-Inspired Smart Structures

Wearable sensors that can perform motion detection and health monitoring play an important role in our daily life. But most of the sensors are soft and cannot protect the human body. In order to solve this problem, researchers at the […]

Studying Gene Flow In Zambian Lions

In a study recently published in PLoS One, we have found that small numbers of lions in Zambia are moving across landscapes previously thought to be uninhabitable by lions, accounting for sustained high levels of diversity in the population. This […]

Renewable Energy Capacity Is Now Larger Than Coal

It’s no secret that the renewable energy sector has grown immensely over the course of the past decade. Yet it is still a bit of a surprise to learn that according to a report released by the Federal Energy Regulatory […]