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Managing Climate Change In Coastal Regions

Managing Climate Change In Coastal Regions

Climatologists warn that both natural and human environments must be fully studied for a holistic understanding of climate change.

Fancy A Naturally Caffeine-Free Cuppa?

Fancy A Naturally Caffeine-Free Cuppa?

Armed with the sequence of the coffee genome, scientists could develop coffee varieties that are naturally caffeine-free.

How Neuronal Transmission Is Regulated

How Neuronal Transmission Is Regulated

What are dendritic potentials good for if they don’t cause depolarization? This study suggests an answer.

Exploiting The Valley For Next Generation Electronics

Exploiting The Valley For Next Generation Electronics

Molybdenum disulfide-based valleytronics have the potential to be the next generation of low energy electronics, scientists say.

Selectively Filtering Out Carbon Dioxide

Selectively Filtering Out Carbon Dioxide

Scientists have developed a membrane that selects for carbon dioxide while allowing air to pass through 100 times faster than existing polymers.

Wound Healing, The Salamander Way

Wound Healing, The Salamander Way

A peptide isolated from the skin of salamanders could help mimic the rapid wound healing seen in lower animals.

Global Map To Aid Road Building

Global Map To Aid Road Building

A new study shows where on Earth roads should and shouldn’t be built.

Charge In Two Minutes, Use 6,000 Times

Charge In Two Minutes, Use 6,000 Times

Scientists have developed a nanotube-based battery that can be charged for 6,000 cycles, extending its lifetime to twenty years.

Memory Research Aided By Technique For Tracking Protein Age

Memory Research Aided By Technique For Tracking Protein Age

The ability to track how old a protein is could lead to a better understanding of processes such as learning and memory.

Spotting Objects In Space With Raven

Spotting Objects In Space With Raven

Astronomers have developed an instrument to enhance space images from telescopes.