Male dragonfish grow larger eyes to find mates in the deep sea, scientists discover

In the dark depths of the ocean, where light is scarce and life is a constant search for survival, the male dragonfish has evolved...

The ultraviolet habitable zone sets a time limit on the formation of life

The field of extrasolar planet studies has grown exponentially in the past twenty years. Thanks to missions like Kepler, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS),...

Sodium-ion batteries are set to spark a renewable energy revolution

The extent to which renewables should dominate Australia's energy grids is a major issue in science and politics. Solar and wind are clearly now the...

Beware the “new car smell”: How hot days can make your car toxic

We all love that "new car smell" that greets us when we step into a freshly manufactured vehicle. However, researchers have found that this pleasant...

A wearable device to prevent falls in older people

As we age, staying upright and maintaining good posture becomes more challenging due to a combination of weakening muscles, changes in vision, and alterations...

Would you pay to quit TikTok and Instagram? You’d be surprised how many would

Social media is a problem for economists. They don't know how to value it. It has long been argued that it ought to be in...

New 3D printing method creates light-responsive hydrogels

Imagine structures that can change shape with the flip of a light switch. An international team of researchers has found a way to 3D print...

Gas leaks cost U.S. fire departments over half a billion dollars annually, study finds

A new study published in Energy Policy reveals that gas leaks cost U.S. fire departments over $564 million in 2018. This research, led by PSE...

New algorithm revolutionizes data grouping for better analysis

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and UC Berkeley have developed a groundbreaking method to improve how computers organize and analyze large datasets. This advancement enhances...

Scientists unveil first megawatt charger for electric trucks

The Technical University of Munich (TUM), along with industry and research partners, is making strides in developing battery-powered trucks for long-distance cargo transport. A significant...

Scientists discover new way to control magnetic properties of rare earth elements

Scientists have discovered a new way to control the magnetic properties of rare earth elements, which could revolutionize data storage technology. This breakthrough was achieved...

Bacteria have memory too, shows study

It turns out that bacteria, like humans, have memory! A recent study led by Dr. Ilana Kolodkin-Gal from the Scojen Institute for Synthetic Biology at...

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New catalyst helps capture carbon from smokestacks

Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a new catalyst that can efficiently convert captured carbon into valuable products, even in the presence...

Scientists discover an unusual planetary system that challenges current theories

Scientists discover an unusual planetary system in which a large gas giant planet orbits a small red dwarf star called TOI-5205.

Why too much of a good smell can stink

Researchers reveal an added layer of nuance in our sense of smell.

Permaculture: A sustainable alternative to conventional farming

Researchers from RPTU University of Kaiserslautern-Landau and BOKU University have shown that permaculture can significantly improve biodiversity, soil quality, and carbon storage. This groundbreaking study...

This neutron star blows out strong winds while eating companion star

Astronomers have found for the first time blasts of hot, warm, and cold winds from a neutron star whilst it consumes matter from a...