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MIT researchers are testing a simplified turbulence theory’s ability to model complex plasma phenomena using a novel machine-learning technique.
The new observations record a key crossover from classical to quantum behavior.
New findings may help researchers hone predictions for where phytoplankton will migrate with climate change.
“There need to be more building blocks than the ones we know about,” says the particle physicist.
The 3D maps may help researchers track and predict the ocean’s response to climate change.
A new study shows it’s theoretically possible. The hypothesis could be tested soon with proposed Venus-bound missions.
The rechargeable battery can be woven and washed, and could provide power for fiber-based electronic devices and sensors.
The clinically-trained cell biologist exploits the liver’s unique capacities in search of new medical applications.
SENSE.nano symposium highlights the importance of sensing technologies in medical studies.
The discovery, based on an unusual event dubbed “the Cow,” may offer astronomers a new way to spot infant compact objects.