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41 Feedburner Blogs How to Discover New Cloud Species
Clouds form in a multitude of different shapes and sizes, their infinite combinations and position across the sky offering a visual drama in response to the light conditions. But despite their apparent randomness, a detailed naming convention is in place to categorize them.When a cloud ultimately can't be fitted into one of the many existing categories, it can be nominated for a classification of its own. In 2017, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) added 12 new types of clo
Tuesday, 27 March 2018
42 Feedburner Blogs Indonesian Police Questioning Scientist About His Recent Tsunami Study
The internet is clearly still a wild frontier. We are bombarded by sensationalist or fake news all the time, sometimes by sources who merely want to increase traffic and sometimes by people who intentionally want to deceive. It is a challenge even for the seasoned professional to figure out what is trustworthy information and what is merely conjecture, rumors and downright lies. So when news about geologic events moves from the realm of the researcher to the media, what happens when the scie
Tuesday, 10 April 2018
43 Feedburner Blogs Juno Shows What's Going On Beneath Jupiter's Clouds
Jupiter may be one of the most recognizable sights in the solar system, but it still manages to surprise us. (And not just the everyday folks unfamiliar with its nighttime appearances.)With NASA's Juno probe in orbit around the gas giant, we're seeing a new side to the planet, answering some questions but raising others. The latest came out last week at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, where researchers showed off twisty patterns of the north pole, the
Monday, 16 April 2018
44 Feedburner Blogs Let's Journey Through the Mind of a Dog
Inside a dog's furry head are millions of neurons firing away, passing chemicals to one another and generating thoughts. We may guess at what our canine pals are thinking about: food, a walk, their loving owners.But for all the time humans spend interacting with dogs, their thoughts largely elude us, and it's easy to see why: dogs can't speak their minds (at least in any language we know). But we still are curious about our best bud's mindset, and scientists have devised creative methods
Thursday, 22 March 2018
45 Feedburner Blogs Link to recorded webinar: "Citizen Science in Libraries: Fostering Community Connections on Citizen Science Day and Beyond"
Are you interested in citizen science? Are you looking for new ways to engage with your community members, and would you like to encourage science discovery with more of your users? If you answered yes to any of the above, then check out this exciting recorded webinar featuring Darlene Cavalier, professor of practice at Arizona State University and the founder of SciStarter, a citizen science database and platform. Darlene describes several citizen science projects in public libraries in Arizona
Wednesday, 11 April 2018
46 Feedburner Blogs Liquid Nitrogen Gastronomy
Guest post by Steven DuCreamistry ? n.  the science of creating ice cream using Liquid Nitrogen and not to be confused by the Ice Cream shop with the same name [4]. Ice cream does not seem complicated to make, but contrary to popular belief it is not as simple as just freezing cream and sugar; rather, this complex process requires slowly freezing cream to allow for small ice crystals to form, which results in a creamy ice cream texture.   While the ice cream making process can be lo
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47 Feedburner Blogs Meet the Fish With a Switchblade on Its Face
Deadly fish known for their spikes and venom may pack a newfound weapon ? switchblades on their faces, some of which can fluoresce green, a new study finds.The discovery began when ichthyologist William Leo Smith at the University of Kansas at Lawrence dissected a wispy waspfish that had been his pet. Wispy waspfish are a species of stonefish, a group inhabiting Indian and Pacific coastal waters that are among the deadliest in the oceans. Many protect themselves with spikes or camouflage
Friday, 13 April 2018
48 Feedburner Blogs Meteoric Diamonds Are Evidence of Long Lost Planets
Diamonds found in meteorites on Earth may have come from an ancient long-dead planet the size of Mercury or Mars, the first potential known relics from these lost worlds, a new study finds.Scientists examined a ureilite, a kind of meteorite that is rich in carbon and sometimes even possesses diamonds. More than 480 ureilites have been discovered so far, says study lead author Farhang Nabiei, a materials scientist and electron microscopist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in L
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49 FeedBurner Technology Military Weapon Uses Lasers to Produce 'Voices'
Are you hearing voices? Say yes and many people might question your sanity. But hearing voices is exactly what the United States military hopes will happen with a weapon it's currently developing.The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program (JNLWD) is building a weapon called the Laser Induced Plasma Effect. Here's how it works according to Patrick Tucker of Defense One:?The weapon is composed of two parts: first, a femtosecond laser, which shoots a burst of focused light for 10?15 seconds, ju
Tuesday, 27 March 2018
50 Feedburner Blogs Mobile MEG: Will New Technology Change Neuroscience?
An improved method for recording brain activity could prove a major asset to neuroscience, according to a Nature paper just out: Moving magnetoencephalography towards real-world applications with a wearable systemThe new device is an improved version of an existing technique, called magnetoencephalography (MEG). MEG scanners detect magnetic fluctuations caused by the brain's electrical activity. Existing MEG devices, however, are bulky, expensive installations, because they rely on liqui
Monday, 26 March 2018
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