Slow Motion Precursors Give Earthquakes the Fast Slip

At a glacier near the South Pole, earth scientists have found evidence of a quiet, slow-motion fault slip that triggers strong, fast-slip earthquakes many miles away, according to Cornell research published Feb. 5 in Science Advances.

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Guiding the Way to Improved Solar Cell Performance

Understanding how particles travel through a device is vital for improving the efficiency of solar cells. Researchers from KAUST, working with an international team of scientists, have now developed a set of design guidelines for enhancing the performance of molecular materials.

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Radiative Cooling. Solar Heat. All from One System, No Electricity Needed.

Passive cooling, like the shade a tree provides, has been around forever.

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