Catching the fog as it rolls in for more fresh water

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain In the Namib desert—among the driest locations in the world—a small types of beetle climbs up the dunes, leans its body towards the wind, and... Read more »

Physicists beat Lorentz reciprocity for microwave transmission – Physics World

Physicists beat Lorentz reciprocity for microwave transmission – Physics World Skip to main content More Toggle Menu MENU Open Search Dialog Close search menu Discover more from Physics World... Read more »

A Self balancing stick

A Self balancing stick Read more »

A Cat D (metal) fire burns at such a high temperature that the hydrogen and oxygen dissociate and for this reason water only makes it worse

A Cat D (metal) fire burns at such a high temperature that the hydrogen and oxygen dissociate and for this reason water only makes it worse Read more »

Whole-Globe Coverage with Polar Satellite

Whole-Globe Coverage with Polar Satellite Read more »

Fe(III)+Cu(II)+NaOH. ( right r/ this time )

Fe(III)+Cu(II)+NaOH. ( right r/ this time ) Read more »

Scientists develop microscopic calibration tool with fluorescent nanodiamonds

Microscopy picture of fluorescent nanodiamonds, a calibration tool established by scientists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in cooperation with market partner GlaxoSmithKline. The nanodiamonds’ durability and sturdiness make... Read more »

Squeejee Action

Squeejee Action Read more »

I just woke up

I just woke up Read more »

Detector advance could lead to cheaper, easier medical scans

New ultrafast photon detectors enable fast processing of information from positron emission or X-ray scans without the requirement for tomography to rebuild images. This image reveals a brain phantom... Read more »