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Automatic Measurements Of Contact Angle And Curvature In Pore-Space Images

Determining how carbon dioxide (CO2) can be stored securely and safely in underground aquifers, oil and gas flow rate and overall recovery from hydrocarbon reservoirs and shales, the efficiency of gas exchange in leaves in plants and human lungs, the […]

Hydro-Abrasive Erosion Of Pelton Turbine Injectors

Hydro-turbines often suffer damage caused by the presence of suspended sediment in the water flow. The solids hit the turbine components causing a removal of material from their surfaces, a phenomenon generally known as “hydro-abrasive erosion” (or “wear”). The issue […]

Cerebral Blood Flow In Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric condition associated with alternating episodes of depression and mania or hypomania. Depression is a period of over two weeks of persistent sadness, lack of pleasure in activities previously enjoyed, negative thoughts, changes in terms of […]

The Interpersonal Side Of Intellectual Humility

Did you smile the first time you heard Garrison Keillor talk about Lake Wobegon, the Minnesota town “where all the women are strong, all the men are good-looking, and all the children are above average?” Social psychologist David Myers seized […]

When Eels Can’t Go With The Flow

Rivers: they are considered the veins of the Earth, providing numerous goods and services such as nutrient fluxes, habitat connectivity, food, and drinking water sources. Apart from holding an immense underwater ecosystem, rivers act as important highways for diadromous fish […]

The Response Of Polar Clouds To The Atmospheric Electric Field And Inputs Of Ionospheric And Extraterrestrial Origin

Background The search for links between variations in extraterrestrial energy inputs to the Earth’s atmosphere and meteorological processes has a long, and sometimes controversial, history [1]. Although the total electromagnetic radiation emitted by the sun varies over a range of […]

How Does Your Childhood Environment Shape Your Preferences As An Adult?

Imagine I stop you on the street and give you the following choice: I can either grab $7 out of my wallet and hand it to you now, no questions asked, or I can flip a coin to see if […]

E. coli Takes On Biofuels

Petroleum constitutes the main source of energy all over the world. Excessive consumption of this resource due to the continuous increase in the world’s population has led to the depletion of petroleum reserves, which coincides with the increasing impacts of […]

Too Much Water May Have Been A Problem For Ancient Iraq

Today, Iraq is suffering from prolonged droughts and drops in water levels in its well-known rivers: the Tigris and Euphrates. For scholars, ancient Iraq is known as the place of some of the earliest cities and what ultimately became organized […]

How To Predict Materials’ Lifetime For Solar Technologies

Global warming and climate change are probably the major challenges facing humanity today, which necessitates the reduction of the anthropogenic CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. In the context of increasing energy demand, renewable energies with a low carbon footprint have […]