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Astronomy Jargon 101: Dark Matter

Dec 18, 2021

In this series we are exploring the weird and wonderful world of astronomy jargon! You’ll feel mysterious about today’s topic: dark matter! Something funny is going on in the universe. Way back in the 1930’s astronomer Fritz Zwicky was studying the motions of galaxies inside the Coma galaxy cluster. He found that those galaxies were moving around way too quickly. Once he added up all their mutual gravitational attraction, their incredible speeds should have ripped apart the Coma cluster ...read more

Isomorphism and the Characteristics of Isomorphous Compounds

Dec 18, 2021

Substances which from very closely related crystals are said to be isomorphous, but it is not always very easy to decide when two substances are isomorphous. The term, moreover, is used somewhat loosely, for it originated from a consideration simply of the external form of crystals, and it was associated, by Mitscherlich’s law of isomorphism, with chemical composition. It is now realized that the requirement for isomorphism is similarity of internal structure, and, on this basis, isomorpho ...read more

How bad is Omicron? How can you prepare for a solar flare? ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of December 6-12 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's best and brightest from the world of science news, find out whether masks really half your chance of getting Covid-19, and why people are increasingly stealing catalytic converters. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?How bad is Omicron? Some clues are emerging, and they’re not encouraging  ...read more

With 17 Flights Completed, Ingenuity has Spent 30 Minutes Aloft on Mars

Dec 18, 2021

December 17 is an historic day for flying machines, so it wouldn’t be surprising if we hear the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter makes an attempt at its 18th flight sometime today. In case you need a little reminder, on this day in 1903, the Wright Brothers had their first successful flight, flying their plane for exactly 120 feet over 12 seconds. Ingenuity’s most recent flight came on December 5, 2021, its 17th.  The fact that Ingenuity has this many flights under its wings, er… rotors…. is ...read more

What happened in the Nobels? What's new with gooey hagfish slime? ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of October 4-10 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's edition of the best of science news from around the world, discover what's next for mRNA vaccines after their impressive performance in COVID-19, and learn about why giant clams are bigger than ever. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?First, Impressive Vaccines for Covid. Next Up: The Flu b ...read more

What's the surprise about how Tokyo Olympic medals are made? What can we learn from the Florida tower block collapse? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of July 25-August 1 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's edition of the best and brightest from science news around the world, discover why an asteroid strike is like a pandemic and what's happening on Venus's surface. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?What are the Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals made of? by Andy Brunning at Compound InterestAsk ...read more

Are there any planets outside of our solar system?

Dec 18, 2021

Jean-Luc Margot, University of California, Los Angeles Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to curiouskidsus@theconversation.com. Are there any planets outside of our solar system? – Eli W., age 8, Baton Rouge, Louisiana This is a question that human beings have wondered about for thousands of years. Here’s how the ancient Greek mathematician Metrodorus (400-350 B.C.) put it: A universe wher ...read more

Preparation and Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide

Dec 18, 2021

Hydrogen peroxide is one of the hydrides formed by the combination of hydrogen with oxygen. The other hydride is water. Hydrogen peroxide was first prepared by Thenard by the action of dilute tetraoxosulphate(VI) acid on barium peroxide. He found out that H2O2 contained more oxygen molecule than water, H2O and this discovery prompted him to call it oxygenated water. This liquid  occurs in trace amounts in nature. It occurs in dews and in air. It also occurs in water that has been exposed to ...read more

Do we need COVID-19 booster jabs? How is quantum mechanics weird and not weird? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of August 23-29 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's edition of the best and brightest from science news around the world, discover whether the protective bubble Ryan Reynolds uses in the film 'Free Guy' would really work and hear about new Alzheimers' disease findings. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?Would the 'Free Guy' Inflatable Bubble Prot ...read more

Astronomy Jargon 101: Cosmic Strings

Dec 18, 2021

In this series we are exploring the weird and wonderful world of astronomy jargon! You’ll do a little dance about today’s topic: cosmic strings! What if I told you that there might be relics from the ancient universe roaming the cosmos? Demons from another age that could slice the Earth in two? No, it’s not the setting for a new fantasy series, it’s just…physics. The early, early, early universe was a pretty crazy time. Temperatures were high, pressures were high, densities were hig ...read more

How does class affect how much sleep you get? Could sugary drinks be causing colon cancer in young people? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of June 28 - July 4 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's cream of the crop of science news from around the world, discover the unsung hero behind every coronavirus survival story: our immune systems, and explore the growing link between gut microbiome and mental health. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?The great sleep divide by Katherine Elliso ...read more

Would Mars be More Habitable if it Orbited a Red Dwarf?

Dec 18, 2021

Thanks to the explosion in discoveries made in the last decade, the study of extrasolar planets have entered a new phase. With 4,884 confirmed discoveries in 3,659 systems (and another 7,958 candidates awaiting confirmation), scientists are shifting their focus from discovery to characterization. This means examining known exoplanets more closely to determine if they possess the necessary conditions for life, as well as “biomarkers” that could indicate the presence of life. A key considerat ...read more

Curious Kids: why do older adults get shorter?

Dec 18, 2021

Michelle Moscova, UNSW Hi I’m Miranda. I am ten years old and I live in California. My question is: why do older adults get shorter? What an interesting question, Miranda! Luckily, you don’t have to worry about this for some time. Until you are 30 or so (I know, it sounds old), you will continue to grow. However, after that, most people start to gradually shrink. So by the time you are 80 (yes, that seems really ancient), you would be 2-2.5 inches (5-6 centimetres) shorter. B ...read more

Why are cows bad for climate change? Why aren't dahlia flowers blue? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of September 5-12 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Dec 18, 2021

In this week's  edition of the best of science news from around the world, discover an entertaining new cure for blocked noses, and aggressive courtship behaviour in dinosaurs. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?Sex can relieve nasal congestion, and other work honored by 2021 Ig Nobels by Jennifer Ou ...read more

A Complete Review of Adblade for Publishers: Everything You Need to Know

Dec 18, 2021

Home Technology Posted By: Tony Onwujiariri December 14, 2021 Adblade network is premium advertising network that offers its platform to both advertisers and publishers where advertisers can promote their websites, brands and businesses and publishers earn by publicizing these adverts on their websites and blogs. These type of business partnership is what several other advertising networks are into and the conversion is quite huge for both advertiser and publisher.  Adb ...read more