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Astronomy / Space Science - Research Management - 12.02.2021
Dark Energy Survey finds new evidence for emerging way to measure dark matter
Scientists may have found another way to measure the distribution of dark matter. In a surprise finding, physicists from the Dark Energy Survey announced new evidence on the link between light and dark matter. The study focused on intracluster light, a faint type of light found inside clusters of galaxies.

Life Sciences - Research Management - 03.02.2021
New clues emerge on how early tetrapods learned to live-and eat-on land
Advanced imaging, modern species provide new insights into behavior of Tiktaalik roseae New research out of the University of Chicago has found evidence that the lobe-finned fish species Tiktaalik roseae was capable of both biting and suction during feeding, similar to modern-day fish called gars. Scientists had been curious how the first animals on land evolved to eat, because most water-dwellers use suction to pull in food-which doesn't work on land.

Research Management - Life Sciences - 19.01.2021
Roeder Named Among World’s Most Highly Cited Researchers
Kathryn Roeder , UPMC Professor of Statistics and Life Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, was named as one of the world's most highly cited in the sciences, according to a list published by Clarivate Analytics. "I have made a career of communicating complex ideas as simply as possible. People are impressed by complicated papers, but they cite work they understand," said Roeder.

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