Angel Cuesta is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, UK. His research is of interest in the field of materials for electrochemical applications and focuses on combining classical electrochemical techniques, in situ vibrational and optical spectroscopy and in situ scanning probe microscopy to obtain as detailed a description as possible, at the molecular...
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Here is a picture of a Castanea kubinyi plant leaf fossil at the Museo di Paleontologia at Sapienza University of Rome Italy. Plants like this existed at the time of the Miocene Epoch of the Neogene Period. The fossil was found in S. Angelo, Senigaglia, Marche Italy.
Image taken in June 2014.
Peculiar ‘Island’ On Saturn Moon - New Imagery Snapped By Cassini
The strange feature that appeared on the shoreline of Titan’s Ligeia Mare sea was imaged by NASA’s Cassini probe in July 2013 and again in August 2014.
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The Peer Review Notes for September 2014 contains a list of things you should never write when reviewing grants. Some of them are what we might refer to as Stock Critique type of statements. Meaning that they don't just appear occasionally during review. They are seen constantly. A case in point: 7. “This R21 application […]
Do I Only Use 10% of My Brain?
SciShow debunks the myth that you only use 10 percent of your brain. So, how much do you really use? And how do we know?
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