Cooking chemistry minus heat equals new non-toxic adhesive

It seems like the cakes designed on competitive cooking shows get larger and more intricate every year. From re-creating full play...

Wind power gets downsized — but in a good way

 In many places, wind power is getting to be a big deal. Already by last year, some 4.7 percent of all U.S....

This grid moves energy, but not always reliably

More than three million people in Puerto Rico lost electricity in September 2017. Back-to-back hurricanes had just slammed into the island. Floods...

Fault lines are no barrier to safe storage of carbon dioxide below ground

Carbon dioxide emissions can be captured and securely stored in underground rocks, even if geological faults are present, research has confirmed.

Static electricity could charge our electronics

Static electricity is one of the most common, yet poorly understand, forms of power generation. A new study suggests the cause of...

The 210-million-year-old Smok was crushing bones like a hyena

Coprolites, or fossil droppings, of the dinosaur-like archosaur Smok wawelski contain lots of chewed-up bone fragments. This led researchers at Uppsala University to conclude...

Antireflection Coating Makes Plastic Invisible

Antireflection (AR) coatings on plastics have a multitude of practical applications, including glare reduction on eyeglasses, computer monitors and the display on...

Bioethicists Call For Oversight Of Direct-To-Consumer ‘Neurotechnologies’ Promising Unproven Benefits

The marketing of direct-to-consumer “neurotechnologies” can be enticing: apps that diagnose a mental state, and brain devices that improve cognition or “read”...

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Walking the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, Italy

Italy has a number of long distance trails and although the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri was created over 30 years ago,...

Cruise Ship Review: Ponant Le Boreal

Ponant's Le Boreal is a relatively unknown small yet stylish cruise ship offering a French flavoured experience with seamless service, great...

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