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Air pollution from reentering megaconstellat

    The atmospheric reentry process generates extreme heat and mechanical loads, which lead to the satellite's disintegration at the altitu…

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MIT Develops New Method of Generating Power

    (Image by enot-poloskun/Getty Images)Engineers at MIT have discovered a new way to generate electricity, and you can thank our old friend, c…

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Incredible Technology: How to Use 'Shel

    Full cities could hang from the top of the shell that holds in the newly terraformed world's atmosphere. Image uploaded Oct. 7, 2013.(I…

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Scientists 3D-print human liver tissue in a

    Team Winston's engineered liver tissue held in a chamber to test to see if fluids and nutrients can flow through. (Image credit: Wake F…

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NASA Chief Joins President Obama at White Ho

    Students, from left, Gaby Dempsey, 12, Kate Murray, 13, and Mackenzie Grewell, 13, read in the Red Room of the White House after setting up …

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A Detailed Look At The Koenigsegg Gemera

    All images from Koenigsegg unless otherwise statedThe Koenigsegg Gemera’s name is a concatenation of the Swedish word “ge,” which means …

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Time Is Running Out For UK To Invest In Futu

    A new report has claimed “time is rapidly running out” for the UK to ensure a reliable, affordable, and decarbonized energy syst…

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Battery Technology Breakthrough: An Atomic L

    Visualization of a lithium-rich cathode. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University and Northeastern UniversityBatteries have come a long way since …

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3D Printing Tiny, Ultraprecise Parts for Mas

    Boston Micro Fabrications machines use a technology co-developed by MIT Professor Nicholas Fang to print millimeter-sized products with deta…

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The Flying Cities of Buckminster Fuller

    The legendary American architect, inventor, and futurist Buckminster Fuller raises his arms as he poses in front of a massive geodesic dome …

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The Uttarakhand Disaster Left More Than 200

    Destroyed Tapovan Vishnugad hydroelectric plant after devastating debris flow of February 7, 2021. Credit: Irfan Rashid, Department of Geoin…

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Green and Economical: Underground Storage of

    Schematic image of low-purity CO2 storage with the membrane-based Direct Air Capture (DAC). Credit: Takeshi TsujiNew study shows that geolog…

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Easier to Swallow: New Drug-Formulation Meth

    MIT chemical engineers have devised a new way to formulate hydrophobic drugs by turning them into a nanoemulsion, which can be poured into a…

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Beyond synthetic biology, synthetic ecology

    In a new Nature Communications study, researchers from BU's Microbiome Initiative discovered that providing microbial communities with …

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Beyond synthetic biology, synthetic ecology

    In a new Nature Communications study, researchers from BU's Microbiome Initiative discovered that providing microbial communities with …

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Shining Light on Two-Dimensional Magnets: Ne

    An artistic view of the magnetic spins in the two-dimensional magnet. All spins oscillate in-phase, at a high frequency, in response to the …

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Cell Factories: Genetically “Switching

    Most high-value chemicals are currently produced using fossil fuelsindustrial chemistrys use of petroleum accounts for 14% of all greenhouse…

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New way to 3D-print custom medical devices t

    Using a new 3D printing process, University of Nottingham researchers have discovered how to tailor-make artificial body parts and other med…

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Beyond synthetic biology, synthetic ecology

    IMAGE: In a new Nature Communications study, researchers from BU’s Microbiome Initiative discovered that providing microbial communit…

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Cells/colony motion index of oral keratinocy

    IMAGE: The optical flow (OF) algorithm was applied to the image segmentation and analysis of first passaged (p1) oral keratinocyte cultures…

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SLAS Technology June special issue on 3D cel

    Oak Brook, IL – The June edition of SLAS Technology is a Special Issue entitled, “Emerging Trends in 3D Cell Culture: High-Throu…

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What we know about water may have just chang

    Water is weird – and yet so important. In fact, it is one of the most unusual molecules on Earth. It boils at a temperature it shouldn…

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