Scientists can predict carbon transfer in the ocean based on deep-diving tiny organisms

Journal Reference: Trang T. H. Nguyen, Emily J. Zakem, Ali Ebrahimi, Julia Schwartzman, Tolga Caglar, Kapil Amarnath, Uria Alcolombri, François J. Peaudecerf, Terence Hwa, Roman Stocker, Otto X. Cordero, Naomi M. Levine. Microbes contribute to setting the ocean carbon flux by altering the fate of sinking particulates. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-29297-2 A … Read more

Magnetic excitations could provide information transfer without heat loss

Journal Reference: T. Weber, D. M. Fobes, J. Waizner, P. Steffens, G. S. Tucker, M. Böhm, L. Beddrich, C. Franz, H. Gabold, R. Bewley, D. Voneshen, M. Skoulatos, R. Georgii, G. Ehlers, A. Bauer, C. Pfleiderer, P. Böni, M. Janoschek, M. Garst. Topological magnon band structure of emergent Landau levels in a skyrmion lattice. Science, … Read more

2,700-year-old leather armor proves technology transfer happened in antiquity

Journal Reference: Patrick Wertmann, Dongliang Xu, Irina Elkina, Regine Vogel, Ma’eryamu Yibulayinmu, Pavel E. Tarasov, Donald J. La Rocca, Mayke Wagner. No borders for innovations: A ca. 2700-year-old Assyrian-style leather scale armour in Northwest China. Quaternary International, 2021; DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2021.11.014 In 2013, a nearly complete leather scale armor was found in the tomb of an … Read more

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