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Daily Archives: September 19, 2012
Sir Andre Konstantin Geim, FRS (born 21 October 1958) is a Russian-born British-Dutch physicist working at the University of Manchester. Geim was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics jointly with Konstantin Novoselov for his work on graphene. He is the Langworthy Professor and director of the Manchester Centre for Mesoscience and Nanotechnology at the University of … Continue reading
The most colorful tree in the world: The Rainbow Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus deglupta). The Rainbow Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta) or ‘MINDANAO GUM’ looks almost like it’s been spray painted, but the up to 70-m tall tree is colored this way completely … Continue reading
NASA currently controls its deep space missions through a network of huge satellite dishes in California, Spain and Australia known as the Deep Space Network (DSN). Even the Voyager 1 probe relies on these channels to beam data back to … Continue reading
Scientists in California have shed light on a marine mystery: how diving mammals can hunt for food at great depths without getting the “bends,” according to a new study. Formally known as decompression sickness, the bends occur when nitrogen gas, … Continue reading
One of the first observations suggesting the existence of an invisible dark matter came in 1933 when astronomer Fritz Zwicky noticed that galaxy clusters were more energetic than they should be, according to the mass of visible stars in them, … Continue reading