Natural Sciences

Bigger is better: male proboscis monkeys’ enhanced noses evolved to attract mates

Astronomy & Space

When it comes to the animal kingdom, bigger is better. Well, at least for proboscis monkeys, famously known for their long, large and droopy noses. Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have provided a world-first explanation for why male proboscis monkeys have larger and "enhanced" nasal structures.

Chemistry - May 23

Sponge-like material that could boost nuclear energy and hydrogen tech


Chemists have developed breakthrough porous materials that could be used for the future of energy, including in the nuclear industry or for storing hydrogen.


Astronomy & Space

New scientific data from the Euclid Space Telescope reveals the mystery of the faint glow in the Perseus galaxy cluster.

Using wobbling stellar material, astronomers measure the spin of a supermassive black hole for the first time

Astronomy & Space

The results offer a new way to probe supermassive black holes and their evolution across the universe.

Under extreme impacts, metals get stronger when heated

The unexpected finding could be important for designing spacecraft shielding or in high-speed machining applications.

Physics - May 21

Strings that can vibrate forever (kind of)


Researchers from TU Delft and Brown University have engineered string-like resonators capable of vibrating longer at ambient temperature than any p

Euclid delivers first scientific results

Astronomy & Space

ESA's space telescope reveals secrets of the cosmos. University of Bonn is involved.

Physics - May 22

Gamma-ray method monitors nuclear reactors safely and quickly


Scientists at EPFL have devised and tested out a new, gamma-noise method for monitoring nuclear reactors non-invasively and from a distance. The new method, tested out on EPFL's CROCUS nuclear reactor, can improve nuclear safety and treaty compliance.

The origin of the sun’s magnetic field could lie close to its surface

Astronomy & Space

Sunspots and flares could be a product of a shallow magnetic field, according to surprising new findings that may help scientists predict space weather.

Physics - May 22

U-M study: Using ’tweezers’ to control active fluids

University of Michigan physicists have devised a way to manipulate active fluids, a type of fluid composed of individual units that can propel themselves independently, by taking advantage of topological defects in the fluids.

Chemistry - May 21

Membranes for the degradation of water pollutants


A team of researchers from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) has developed hybrid membranes based on a functional porous nanomaterial and a

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