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Tweet Much to Gain Popularity Is An Inefficient Strategy

Tweet Much to Gain Popularity Is An Inefficient Strategy
This is a visualization of the spreading of messages on Twitter (retweets network in green) on the followers network (grey). The nodes represent users and their size is proportional to the number of ...

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Raven

Raven
Cognitive biologists now revealed that ravens use a "divide and rule" strategy in dealing with the bonds of conspecifics.

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Ravens Fight

Ravens Fight
Socially well integrated ravens prevent others from building new alliances by breaking up their bonding attempts.

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Sandia MINER

Sandia MINER
Sandia National Laboratories' Mark Gerling, left, and John Goldsmith demonstrated the effectiveness of the mobile imager of neutrons for emergency responders (MINER) at an emergency response exercise...

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NASA's EO-1 Satellite Sees Volcan Copahue

NASA's EO-1 Satellite Sees Volcan Copahue
Volcan Copahue, a stratovolcano on the border of Chile and Argentina in the Andes, was active during Oct. 2014. Several explosions occurred, along with emissions of steam and ash plumes. This natural-...

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Metal-organic Frameworks

Metal-organic Frameworks
This simplified illustration depicts the triangular pyramidal structure of a metal-organic framework binding pocket designed to collect uranium atoms. The framework is displayed both before (left) ...

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Hubble Sees 'Ghost Light' From Dead Galaxies

Hubble Sees 'Ghost Light' From Dead Galaxies
Massive galaxy cluster Abell 2744, nicknamed Pandora's Cluster, takes on a ghostly look where total starlight has been artificially colored blue in this Hubble view.

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Ozone Concentrations above Antarctica on Sept. 11, 2014

Ozone Concentrations above Antarctica on Sept. 11, 2014
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Yartsa Gunbu Spore

Yartsa Gunbu Spore
Yartsa gunbu (literally 'summer grass, winter worm'; Ophiocordyceps sinensis) results from a fungal infection that invades the bodies of ground-burrowing ghost moth caterpillars.

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Microring Laser Cavity Schematic

Microring Laser Cavity Schematic
This is a schematic of a PT symmetry microring laser cavity that provides single-mode lasing on demand.

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