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Under IPCC forecasts babies born today will be 22 when warming hits 1.5C. What will life be like? - ABC News

1 week ago

ABC News

Under IPCC forecasts babies born today will be 22 when warming hits 1.5C. What will life be like?
ABC News
There are still some OK patches of reef further south, but if warming goes up to 2C, scientists say it's all going to go. To escape the heat, moving to south-east Queensland seems like her best option. It's a choice between the Gold and Sunshine Coasts ...

Soft robot arm & gripper give biologists delicate, deep sea touch - WTWH Media, LLC (press release) (blog)

1 week 6 days ago

WTWH Media, LLC (press release) (blog)

Soft robot arm & gripper give biologists delicate, deep sea touch
WTWH Media, LLC (press release) (blog)
The robotic “arms” on underwater research submarines, however, are hard, jerky, and lack the finesse to be able to reach and interact with creatures like jellyfish or octopuses without damaging them. ... The research is published in Scientific Reports.

India May Not Have Been a Nuclear Power Had It Not Been For This Unsung Botanist! - The Better India

2 weeks ago

The Better India

India May Not Have Been a Nuclear Power Had It Not Been For This Unsung Botanist!
The Better India
It was thanks to Professor SP Agharkar's efforts that young scientists like Homi J Bhabha earned an 1851 Research Fellowship, a scheme conducted by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 to annually award to “young scientists or engineers of ...

Plastic thrown into oceans causing deaths of aquatic mammals - New Straits Times Online

2 weeks 2 days ago

New Straits Times Online

Plastic thrown into oceans causing deaths of aquatic mammals
New Straits Times Online
“If we look at the report from the Malaysian Marine Fisheries Mammals Network's National Task Force, under the Fisheries Research Institute, we will find that most autopsy conducted on marine animals found plastic in their abdomen. “More worrying is ...

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No more Iron Man: submarines now have soft, robotic arms - Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

2 weeks 2 days ago

Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

No more Iron Man: submarines now have soft, robotic arms
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The robotic “arms” on underwater research submarines, however, are hard, jerky, and lack the finesse to be able to reach and interact with creatures like jellyfish or octopuses without damaging them. ... The research is published in Scientific Reports.

A new, modular soft robotic arm gives deep-sea researchers better dexterity for embracing delicate sea life - Science Daily

2 weeks 2 days ago

Science Daily

A new, modular soft robotic arm gives deep-sea researchers better dexterity for embracing delicate sea life
Science Daily
The robotic "arms" on underwater research submarines, however, are hard, jerky, and lack the finesse to be able to reach and interact with creatures like jellyfish or octopuses without damaging them. ... The research is published in Scientific Reports.

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Scientists have discovered a giant jellyfish on the coast of New Zealand - The Siver Telegram

3 weeks 3 days ago

The Siver Telegram

Scientists have discovered a giant jellyfish on the coast of New Zealand
The Siver Telegram
Diana MacPherson, a member of the National research Institute of water and atmosphere, said that the fibrous lanei are found in the coastal waters of New Zealand are mainly in the warm season. “Specifically, the jellyfish were on the beach early.

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Great white shark lair discovered in Pacific Ocean by researchers who tracked predators to 'barren' zone - Mirror.co.uk

3 weeks 5 days ago

Mirror.co.uk

Great white shark lair discovered in Pacific Ocean by researchers who tracked predators to 'barren' zone
Mirror.co.uk
After a five-boat trip they discovered an area abundant with squid, jellyfish, deep water fish like bioluminescent lantern fish, and tiny phytoplankton. The discovery was made thanks to 14 years of work by marine scientist Barbara Block at Stanford ...

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Sprites - KTBS

3 weeks 6 days ago

KTBS

Sprites
KTBS
Sprites come in three general shapes according to NASA research scientist, Matthew Geoff McHarg Ph.D.(Figure 1.5): Jellyfish (See video), Column (Figure 2) and Carrot (Figure 3) shapes. They are usually orange in color and happen quickly in just ...

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