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Porous Solar Cells Could Help Scientists to Develop Better Pacemakers

Porous Solar Cells Could Help Scientists to Develop Better Pacemakers

In a bid to use solar energy more efficiently to power medical devices, scientists have innovated a new method to develop solar cells that could help build better pacemakers. Expanding the potential of solar cells, scientists from the University of Chicago incorporated holes on the top layer of the solar cells, making them porous. They …

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Rogue Black Hole or Neutron Star: Scientists Puzzled With New Interstellar Object in the Milky Way Galaxy

Rogue Black Hole or Neutron Star: Scientists Puzzled With New Interstellar Object in the Milky Way Galaxy

Black Holes, first seen in 2019, have been detected at multiple occasions thereafter. Earlier this year, an astronomer spotted an object that was suspected to be the first-ever rogue black hole drifting in the Milky Way galaxy. As reported earlier this week, a separate team of scientists have reached a similar conclusion through independent analysis, …

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Scientists’ fight to save ancient fish key to health of Colorado River – World news

Scientists’ fight to save ancient fish key to health of Colorado River – World news

PAGE, Ariz. — Barrett Friesen steers a motorboat toward the shore of Lake Powell, with the Glen Canyon Dam towering overhead. Pale “bathtub rings” line the canyon’s rocky face, starkly illustrating how water levels have slumped in the second-largest U.S. reservoir amid rising demand and a multi-year drought. The Utah State University graduate student and …

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Scientists Discover Human Brain Is More Hotter Than Previously Thought

Scientists Discover Human Brain Is More Hotter Than Previously Thought

Our human brain performs a variety of activities and functions throughout the day. The temperature of human brain keeps changing throughout out the day. Now, according to new research, the normal temperature of the human brain swings significantly more than previously assumed, and this could be an indication of good brain function. The study states that …

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Scientists Convert Industrial Carbide Sludge and Urea From Mammalian Urine Into Environment-Friendly Cement

Scientists Convert Industrial Carbide Sludge and Urea From Mammalian Urine Into Environment-Friendly Cement

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) have discovered a way to make biocement from trash, making it a greener and more sustainable alternative to ordinary cement. Biocement is a type of renewable cement that binds soil into a solid block by using bacteria to induce a hardening reaction. Biocement has now been …

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Scientists Discover Ultra Rare X-Ray Emitting Cosmic Object In Milky Way Galaxy: Report – World news

Scientists Discover Ultra Rare X-Ray Emitting Cosmic Object In Milky Way Galaxy: Report – World news

<!– –> Observations in multiple wavelengths are still ongoing. (Pixabay/Representative photo) Researchers have recently found a new member of a rare category of a star in the Milky Way. According to Science Alert, the star is so rare that only a handful of these have been found to exist so far. It is called MAXI …

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Scientists Find Microplastics In Fresh Antarctic Snow For First Time

Scientists Find Microplastics In Fresh Antarctic Snow For First Time

Scientists have found microplastics — plastic pieces much smaller than a grain of rice – in freshly fallen Antarctic snow for the first time, which they said has the potential to influence the climate by accelerating melting of ice. The findings, published recently in The Cryosphere journal, bring to light a serious threat to the Antarctic region. …

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Strange Repeating Fast Radio Burst (FRB) Originating From Distant Galaxy Detected by Scientists

Strange Repeating Fast Radio Burst (FRB) Originating From Distant Galaxy Detected by Scientists

The detection of a new and strange fast radio burst originating from a galaxy located 3 billion light-years away has left astronomers puzzled. Fast Radio Burst or FRB are bursts of radio waves in space that are milliseconds long. Usually, these radio bursts occur and don’t repeat. However, in the latest observation, the radio burst …

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Scientists Discover New Elusive Particle, Magnetic Relative of Higgs Boson Particle, Using Tabletop Experiment

Scientists Discover New Elusive Particle, Magnetic Relative of Higgs Boson Particle, Using Tabletop Experiment

In what could lead to a better understanding of mass, scientists have discovered a new particle or a quantum excitation, which was previously undetectable, through a tabletop experiment. Named the axial Higgs mode, the new elusive particle is a magnetic relative of the mass-defining Higgs Boson particle. Currently, scientists use the Standard Model of Particle …

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Scientists Are Developing Portable Technology to Test Foodborne Viruses Like Noroviruses and Mycotoxins

Scientists Are Developing Portable Technology to Test Foodborne Viruses Like Noroviruses and Mycotoxins

A team of international researchers from the US and the UK have received a grant of $750,000 to develop portable, rapid biosensors capable of detecting noroviruses and mycotoxins in foods and agricultural products. The researchers say noroviruses are the leading cause of foodborne illness globally and are highly contagious. They cause a pandemic every few …

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