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The Case of the Missing Satellites

The Case of the Missing Satellites
This animation shows a supercomputer simulation of a galaxy like the Milky Way and its invisible dark matter halo. We zoom in to the galaxy and can see knots of dark matter where we would expect to ...

Contact: Kirsten Gottschalk
kirsten.gottschalk@icrar.org
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International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

Blue Space Research, University of Exeter Medical School

Blue Space Research, University of Exeter Medical School
Learn more about our research into the coast and how it can boost health and wellbeing.

Contact: Alex Smalley
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University of Exeter

Oscillating Mitochondria in Cardiac Cells Following Heart Attack

Oscillating Mitochondria in Cardiac Cells Following Heart Attack
The 'heart attack in a dish' experiment reveals that the mitochondria -- or cellular powerhouses -- of heart muscle cells flicker and oscillate following heart attack and disrupt the heart's entire ...

Contact: Ekaterina Pesheva
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Johns Hopkins Medicine

FAHFAs

FAHFAs
Salk researchers explain how a new class of lipids may be tied to diabetes.

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Salk Institute

Prosthetic Hands & Arms that 'Belong' (12 of 12)

Prosthetic Hands & Arms that 'Belong' (12 of 12)
With sensory feedback, the subject can successfully perform the controlled task of pulling a stem from a cherry without crushing the fruit. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Oct. 8, ...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

Prosthetic Hands & Arms that 'Belong' (6 of 12)

Prosthetic Hands & Arms that 'Belong' (6 of 12)
Intuitive control based on pattern recognition fed by the implanted neuromuscular interfaces. Demonstration in augmented reality and with a multi-functional prosthesis, as well as real-time evaluation...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

This Year, Antarctic Sea Ice Reached a Record Maximum Extent

This Year, Antarctic Sea Ice Reached a Record Maximum Extent
The Arctic and the Antarctic are regions that have a lot of ice and act as air conditioners for the Earth system. This year, Antarctic sea ice reached a record maximum extent while the Arctic reached ...

Contact: Patrick Lynch
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Animation of NIST Quantum Probe for Measuring Electric Field Strength

Animation of NIST Quantum Probe for Measuring Electric Field Strength
This is an animation of NIST's new method for measuring electric field strength based on the quantum properties of atoms. The technique works for abroad range of frequencies, 1-500 gigahertz, and ...

Contact: Laura Ost
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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Detailed Image of a Shoe Sole as Mapped by NIST's 3-D Laser Detection and Ranging System

Detailed Image of a Shoe Sole as Mapped by NIST's 3-D Laser Detection and Ranging System
This video shows the sole of a shoe as it appears from different perspectives in rendering software. The shoe was placed upside down on an optical table (seen as flat surface with regularly spaced ...

Contact: Laura Ost
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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Octopus in Phoenix Canyon

Octopus in Phoenix Canyon
This video shows an octopus seen making his way across the floor of Phoenix Canyon, during the Okeanos Explorer 2014 expedition.

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Mid-Atlantic Regional Council on the Ocean

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