Physorg

Monday th 14th of August 2017

Automated fingerprint analysis is one step closer to reality - 10:52

Researchers collect more precise weather, climate data with help from unmanned aerial system - 10:22

Single molecules can work as reproducible transistors—at room temperature - 10:22

Researchers discover new class of chemical reaction - 10:22

Tiny jumping spiders found preying on frogs and lizards - 10:22

Neonics put bumblebees at risk of extinction by hindering colony formation, study reveals - 10:22

Now showing: Researchers create first 3-D movie of virus in action - 10:22

Exotic quantum states made from light - 10:22

Arctic voyage finds global warming impact on ice, animals - 10:22

British cybersecurity expert expected in court on US charges - 10:22

Spain sends help to battle Portugal's wildfires - 09:52

New 3-D simulations show how galactic centers cool their jets - 09:52

NASA sees Tropical Storm Jova being ripped apart - 09:52

Video: How animals glow - 09:52

Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' is already a disaster – but it could get worse - 09:22

A microscope within a microscope - 09:22

SpaceX launching research to space station—plus ice cream - 09:22

Organic waste and insects—animal feed of the future? - 09:22

Stars orbiting supermassive black hole show Einstein was right again - 08:52

Student's idea leads to Antarctic volcano discovery - 08:52

Red team-blue team? Debating climate science should not be a cage match - 08:52

Why expensive wine appears to taste better - 08:52

Are your tweets feeling well? - 08:52

Scientists say Malpelo microplate helps resolve geological misfit under Pacific Ocean - 08:52

NASA Reignites Program for Nuclear Thermal Rockets - 08:52

Spotting a social bot might be harder than you think - 08:52

Urban floods intensifying, countryside drying up - 08:52

'Inefficient' sailing fleet keeps oyster fishery alive - 08:52

Cows in Antarctica? How one expedition milked them for all their worth - 08:22

How social media can help keep tabs on ecosystems' health - 08:22

Eclipse of reason—why do people disbelieve scientists? - 08:22

Three-degree rise in temperature will cancel out European emission reduction efforts - 07:52

End-to-end encryption isn't enough security for 'real people' - 07:52

Researchers obtain decacene, the largest acene ever synthesised - 07:52

Spotify may soon dominate music the way Google does search—this is why - 07:52

Astronomers reveal insights into the nature of a distant ultraviolet-bright star - 07:22

Surface wettability has little effect on atmospheric water gathering, but edge structure is crucial - 07:22

Why aren't we more outraged about eating chicken? - 07:22

Digital tools for maintaining forest diversity - 07:22

Global warming will leave different fingerprints on global subtropical anticyclones - 06:52

Asteroid Apophis has one in 100,000 chance of hitting Earth, expert estimates - 06:52

Flatter materials have fewer imperfections, which makes for better solar cells and light sensors - 06:52

Invasive earthworms at the root of sugar maple decline - 06:52

Fighting ivory trafficking with forensic science - 06:52

Properties of a massive galaxy 800 million years after the Big Bang - 06:22

The time window for the 1.5-degree target is closing - 06:22

Experiments cast doubt on how the Earth was formed - 06:22

Image: A partial solar eclipse seen from space - 06:22

Analysis finds defeat of Hannibal 'written in the coins of the Roman Empire' - 06:22

Hubble displays a dwarf spiral galaxy - 06:22