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Future Loss of Arctic Sea-Ice Cover Could Contribute to the Substantial Decrease in California’s Rainfall 12.12.18Science Highlight

Future Loss of Arctic Sea-Ice Cover Could Contribute to the Substantial Decrease in California’s Rainfall

A new modeling framework helps understand the consequences of future sea-ice loss in the Arctic. Read More »

The Biermann Battery Effect: Spontaneous Generation of Magnetic Fields and Their Severing12.06.18Science Highlight

The Biermann Battery Effect: Spontaneous Generation of Magnetic Fields and Their Severing

The mechanism responsible for creating intense magnetic fields in laser-driven plasmas also helps tear the fields apart. Read More »

Subtlety and the Selective Art of Separating Lanthanides 12.06.18Science Highlight

Subtlety and the Selective Art of Separating Lanthanides

Unexpected molecular interactions involving water clusters have a subtle, yet profound, effect on extractants picking their targets. Read More »

Optimal Foraging: How Soil Microbes Adapt to Nutrient Constraints11.26.18Science Highlight

Optimal Foraging: How Soil Microbes Adapt to Nutrient Constraints

How microbial communities adjust to nutrient-poor soils at the genomic and proteomic level gives scientists insights into land use. Read More »

More Designer Peptides, More Possibilities11.21.18Science Highlight

More Designer Peptides, More Possibilities

A combined experimental and modeling approach contributes to understanding small proteins with potential use in industrial, therapeutic applications. Read More »

10.16.18Science Highlight

Placing Atoms for Optimum Catalysts

Precise positioning of oxygens could help engineer faster, more efficient energy-relevant chemical transformations. Read More »

Highest Precision Prediction of Muon “Wobble”08.28.18Science Highlight

Highest Precision Prediction of Muon “Wobble”

Comparing new prediction to measurements of muons’ precession could potentially help scientists discover new subatomic particles. Read More »

Riding the Wave of Liquid:Liquid Interfaces08.27.18Science Highlight

Riding the Wave of Liquid:Liquid Interfaces

Crests of watery waves breaking in oil may be the gatekeepers to transport vital chemicals in industrial separation process. Read More »

Reducing Friction with an Onion-Like Carbon Material08.21.18Science Highlight

Reducing Friction with an Onion-Like Carbon Material

Researchers developed a new self-generating lubricant with great potential for industrial applications. Read More »

Auroras on the Moon? Which Moon?08.21.18Science Highlight

Auroras on the Moon? Which Moon?

Charged particles emanating from Jupiter’s magnetosphere are powered up to create the northern and southern lights on Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon. Read More »

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