Astronomy - Sep 22
Astronomy
"During its expansion, the universe evolved towards its present state, which is homogeneous and isotropic on large scales. This is inferred, among other things, from the measurement of the so-called background radiation as nicely seen in the full sky image of the WMAP data. New results published in the renowned journal PRL show that homogenization in the investigated class of cosmological models is already completely explained by Einstein's theory of gravity and does not require any additional modifications." (© NASA / WMAP Science Team) Gravity can accelerate the homogenization of space-time as the universe evolves.
Environment - Sep 22

EPFL spin-off Hydromea has developed a miniature optical modem that can operate down to 6,000 meters below the ocean's surface. It is sensitive enough to collect data at very high speeds from sources more than 50 meters away.

Physics - Sep 22
Physics

Scientists have gained a fundamental understanding of a highly promising material that could be suited to future data storage applications.

Life Sciences - Sep 22
Life Sciences

A team of University of Queensland researchers has revealed why male funnel web spiders develop much deadlier venom than their female counterparts.

Environment - Sep 22
Environment

International research team led by Göttingen University shows patterned vegetation regenerates by -ecosystem engineering- of the grasses.

Earth Sciences - Sep 22
Earth Sciences

Fibre-optic cables are emerging as a valuable tool for geoscientists and glaciologists. They offer a relatively inexpensive way of measuring even the tiniest glacial earthquakes - plus they can also be used to obtain more accurate images of the geological subsurface in earthquake-prone megacities.

Environment - Sep 21
Environment

The trade-off between gleaners and exploiters does not explain the diversity of biological species in the way that scientists expected. Our understanding of biodiversity has to change.

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