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Precise temperature measurements with invisible light

Ordinarily, you won't encounter a radiation thermometer until somebody puts one in your ear at the doctor's office or you point one at your forehead when…

No motor, no battery, no problem

Engineers at Caltech and ETH Zurich have developed robots capable of self-propulsion without using any motors, servos, or power supply. Instead, these…

Airborne thermometer to measure Arctic temperatures

Russian scientists from the National University of Science and Technology MISiS, MIPT, and Prokhorov General Physics Institute (GPI) of the Russian Academy of…

Fishing meets science with waders and smartphones

“As scientists, we hope these data help us better understand where groundwater enters streams and where streamwater drains away to the groundwater,” explains…

Worldwide electricity production vulnerable to climate and water resource change

Climate change impacts and associated changes in water resources could lead to reductions in electricity production capacity for more than 60% of the power…

Predators key to helping prey evolve with climate change

The study is one of the first to show that species interactions, meaning the way species interact with each other in an ecosystem, like in a predator-prey…

Climate Change: Warm water is mixing up life in the Arctic

The warming of arctic waters in the wake of climate change is likely to produce radical changes in the marine habitats of the High North. This is indicated by…

Extreme weather events in Chesapeake Bay give clues for future climate impacts

The intensity, duration, and frequency of extreme temperature- and precipitation-based events are key components to understanding the climate of Chesapeake Bay.

New study exposes negative effects of climate change on Antarctic fish

Scientists at University of California Davis and San Francisco State University have discovered that the combination of elevated levels of carbon dioxide and…

First incidence of koi sleepy disease in Austria

CEV/KSD is an infectious disease that was first reported in Japan in the 1970s. Infected fish typically lie at the bottom of the ponds exhibiting extreme…

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