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Newswise:Video Embedded dinosaur-dooming-asteroid-struck-earth-at-deadliest-possible-angle
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Released: 26-May-2020 2:25 PM EDT
Dinosaur-dooming asteroid struck earth at 'deadliest possible' angle
Imperial College London

The simulations show that the asteroid hit Earth at an angle of about 60 degrees, which maximised the amount of climate-changing gases thrust into the upper atmosphere.

Newswise: Urge to merge: Understanding how cells fuse
Released: 26-May-2020 12:40 PM EDT
Urge to merge: Understanding how cells fuse
UT Southwestern Medical Center

New research from UT Southwestern may help those with rare muscle diseases

Newswise: Essential key to hearing sensitivity discovered in inner ear
Released: 26-May-2020 11:15 AM EDT
Essential key to hearing sensitivity discovered in inner ear
University of Virginia Health System

New research is shedding light on the biological architecture that lets us hear – and on a genetic disorder that causes both deafness and blindness.

Newswise:Video Embedded novel-insight-reveals-topological-tangle-in-unexpected-corner-of-the-universe
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Released: 26-May-2020 11:10 AM EDT
Novel insight reveals topological tangle in unexpected corner of the universe
Argonne National Laboratory

In a recent theoretical study, scientists discovered the presence of the Hopfion topological structure in nano-sized particles of ferroelectrics — materials with promising applications in microelectronics and information technology.

21-May-2020 12:20 PM EDT
Understanding ceramic materials’ ‘mortar’ may reveal ways to improve them
University of Wisconsin-Madison

New research shows that in the important ceramic material silicon carbide, carbon atoms collect at those grain boundaries when the material is exposed to radiation. The finding could help engineers better understand the properties of ceramics and could aid in fine-tuning a new generation of ceramic materials.

Newswise:Video Embedded scientists-identify-obscure-protein-responsible-for-advanced-breast-cancer
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25-May-2020 4:10 AM EDT
Scientists identify obscure protein responsible for advanced breast cancer
University of South Australia

South Australian scientists have made a critical breakthrough, discovering how an obscure protein causes breast cancer to develop and grow more quickly.

Released: 22-May-2020 4:50 PM EDT
Australian researchers record world's fastest internet speed from a single optical chip
Monash University

Researchers from Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities have successfully tested and recorded Australia's fastest internet data speed, and that of the world, from a single optical chip - capable of downloading 1000 high definition movies in a split second.

Newswise: Preventing ‘Cytokine Storm’ May Ease Severe COVID-19 Symptoms
Released: 22-May-2020 1:05 PM EDT
Preventing ‘Cytokine Storm’ May Ease Severe COVID-19 Symptoms
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

A clinical trial in people with the new coronavirus is testing a drug that may halt an overactive immune response before it ramps up.

Newswise: Why Toothpaste and Cement Harden Over Time
Released: 22-May-2020 11:15 AM EDT
Why Toothpaste and Cement Harden Over Time
University of Delaware

Cements, clays, soils, inks, paints, and even toothpaste. Many paste materials, also known as dense colloidal suspensions, stiffen as they age. Structural dynamics, or changes in the loads the materials undergo over time, are partly responsible for this change, but for decades, experts have suspected that there’s more going on inside these materials. Now, a University of Delaware professor and an international team of researchers have discovered a process called contact-controlled aging that explains some age-related changes in paste materials.

Newswise: NUS researchers develop a new library of atomically thin 2D materials
Released: 22-May-2020 8:05 AM EDT
NUS researchers develop a new library of atomically thin 2D materials
National University of Singapore

Researchers from the National University of Singapore have created a new collection of atomically thin two-dimensional materials. Using novel synthesis conditions for transition metal dichalcogenides, more than 10 new materials have been made by the team, with many more still to be discovered.


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