NYUAD has made an exhaustive review of the scientific literature surrounding the natural production of light, called bioluminescence.
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NYUAD researchers shed new light on mysteries behind emission of fireflies

Posidonia Oceanica is an endangered seagrass species endemic to the Mediterranean Sea. — courtesy Euronews
December 09, 2020

Researchers regenerate underwater biodiversity destroyed by human activity

Not much data exists about the number of trees found in desert regions. — courtesy Unsplash
November 01, 2020

Satellites are mapping out every tree on Earth using AI

On the right is a porous anodized aluminum oxide membrane. The left side shows the same membrane after coating it with a thin layer of gold, making the membrane conductive for electrochemical gas gating. — courtesy Felice Frankel
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A controllable membrane to pull carbon dioxide out of exhaust streams

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GACA issues new advisory as Saudi Arabia resumes international travel

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Only 'coronavirus immune' citizens over 18 years of age can travel to Bahrain

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Saudi leaders congratulate Norway’s king on Constitution Day

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Palestine top on agenda as Prince Faisal speaks to US secretary of state over phone

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2 killed, dozens hurt after structure collapses in West Bank synagogue

Helen Schwerdt, a postdoc in Ann Graybiel's lab, builds ultrathin probes (blue) that target brain microstructures with pinpoint accuracy. — courtesy photo: Michael D. Spencer
October 17, 2020

Scientists uncover new clues about Parkinson’s disease

October 03, 2020

Validating the physics behind the new MIT-designed fusion experiment

September 30, 2020

IQM staff publishes a quantum-computer breakthrough in Nature

3D artistic illustration of the wide-field-of-view metalens capturing a 180° panorama of MIT’s Killian Court and producing a high-resolution monochromatic flat image.” Credits: Mikhail Shalaginov, Tian Gu, Christine Daniloff, Felice Frankel, Juejun Hu
September 26, 2020

Engineers produce a fisheye lens that’s completely flat

This artistic impression depicts Venus. Astronomers at MIT, Cardiff University, and elsewhere may have observed signs of life in the atmosphere of Venus. — courtesy ESO (European Space Organization)/M. Kornmesser & NASA/JPL/Caltech
September 20, 2020

Astronomers may have found a signature of life on Venus

This artist's concept illustrates a hierarchical scheme for merging black holes. LIGO and Virgo recently observed a black hole merger with a final mass of 142 times that of the sun, making it the largest of its kind observed in gravitational waves to date. — courtesy LIGO/Caltech/MIT/R. Hurt (IPAC)
September 18, 2020

A ‘bang’ in LIGO and Virgo detectors signals most massive gravitational-wave source yet

Using four cameras mounted on a dog-like robot developed by Boston Dynamics, the researchers have shown that they can measure skin temperature, breathing rate, pulse rate, and blood oxygen saturation in healthy patients, from a distance of 2 meters. — Courtesy of the researchers
September 09, 2020

Robot takes contact-free measurements of patients’ vital signs

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