26. August 2021 - 10:45
By breathing new life into an old model, scientists explore the behavior of turbulent puffs, and what it means for the spread of COVID-19.
6. August 2021 - 18:00
Rechargeable, lithium sulfur batteries are promising candidates to sustainably meet the world’s energy demands, and a new study has put them one step closer to becoming readily available.
2. August 2021 - 14:00
OIST and RIKEN signed an agreement to facilitate the exchange of research and contribute to the promotion of academics, science and technology.
26. July 2021 - 19:00
A genetic analysis of fruit in the mandarin family has unraveled a complex journey from the mountainous region of southern China to the markets of Okinawa.
14. July 2021 - 21:54
New research into the crucial partnership between coral and algae may one day help prevent coral bleaching.
13. July 2021 - 11:01
Certain countries perform significantly better than their neighbors in the effectiveness of their protected areas, finds new study.
29. June 2021 - 18:00
Researchers took a close look at bobtail and bottletail squids to establish their evolutionary relationships and the timing of the divergence of different species.
22. June 2021 - 0:00
A novel way of synthesizing an essential powder is key to raising the efficiency of perovskite solar cells, says researchers.
15. June 2021 - 16:08
Twisting, not stretching, is a more effective way to break viscoelastic liquid bridges, a PNAS study finds.
14. June 2021 - 15:13
Using simulations, researchers uncover a key clue as to whether hurricanes will decay or re-intensify after hitting land.