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The lockdown measures implemented in nations across the globe have led to a reduction in seismic noise, scientists say.
The lockdown measures implemented in nations across the globe have led to a reduction in seismic noise, scientists say.

Image: Philipp Gunz, MPI EVA Leipzig
Image: Philipp Gunz, MPI EVA Leipzig

Lucy's Brain Was Part Ape, Part Human

Gizmodo

Lucy had an ape-like brain

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The well-developed sinus system in the now extinct cave bear (top left) is associated with uneven mechanical stress distributions in biting simulations (bottom left) conducted at UB. The much less developed sinus system in living bears, for example the sun or honey bear, (top right) allows mechanical stress to distribute evenly over the forehead region, as seen in the biting simulation (bottom right). Credit: Alejandro Pérez-Ramos
The well-developed sinus system in the now extinct cave bear (top left) is associated with uneven mechanical stress distributions in biting simulations (bottom left) conducted at UB. The much less developed sinus system in living bears, for example the sun or honey bear, (top right) allows mechanical stress to distribute evenly over the forehead region, as seen in the biting simulation (bottom right). Credit: Alejandro Pérez-Ramos



Composites in the race to space

CompositesWorld


Credit: CC0 Public Domain
Credit: CC0 Public Domain

Comparison of Modern Human and Neanderthal skulls from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Credit: DrMikeBaxter/Wikipedia
Comparison of Modern Human and Neanderthal skulls from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Credit: DrMikeBaxter/Wikipedia
A team of scientists has developed a new mechanism to harvest stray magnetic fields all around us and convert the energy into useful, usable electricity. Credit: Kai Wang
A team of scientists has developed a new mechanism to harvest stray magnetic fields all around us and convert the energy into useful, usable electricity. Credit: Kai Wang