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Why doesn’t coffee taste like it smells? This is a fairly honest question if I must say so myself. After all, the aroma of the drink that many of enjoy in the morning is about as enticing a smell that you can find. But take a sip out of a cup and boy…The post Why Doesn’t Coffee Taste Like It Smells? appeared first on Just Science.
With NASA Probe’s Arrival, International Mars Invasion Gets Under Way Mars gets congested. The latest NASA orbiter falls in to Mars orbit upon On the, put into practice strongly by simply India’s primary interplanetary probe, a new comet, then a new…The post With NASA Probe’s Arrival International Mars Invasion Gets Under Way appeared first on Just Science.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a technique for controlling the surface tension of liquid metals by applying very low voltages. They liken it to the liquid metal Terminator from Terminator 2, although it may be very far…The post Scientists Create Morphing Liquid Metal By Manipulating Its Surface Tension appeared first on Just Science.
As the demand for faster computers continues to rise, replacing silicon with materials that can switch back and forth between different electrical states holds the key to developing faster, smaller and greener computers, researchers say. ” Phase-change…The post New meterial found to develop super-faster computers appeared first on Just Science.
It has long been thought the type and amount of microbes using the human body as a home shape the way we live and behave. The microbiome as it is known is shown to have a greater and greater impact in our daily lives. A new study published in Nature (paywall) provides evidence demonstrating the artificial […]The post The Microbiome: Can We Please Consider the Human Body an Ecosystem Now? appeared first on Just Science.
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