Dogs construct "multisensory mental representations" by encoding different features.
Posts Tagged with 'science'
The experience with the Ingenuity helicopter has changed the equation.
"Has nobody at NASA read the space policy?"
A perovskite solar cell design decays at a rate that's not much worse than silicon.
Were organelles a driving force or late addition in the evolution of cells like ours?
Even the healthiest-looking plants faced stress from unusual minerals present.
Wow, this little experiment became important enough to put the entire mission on hold. Sad that this is the beginning of its end, but if this impressive performance was the bare minimum, I imagine NASA will look into sending more advanced designs on future missions. I can't wait to see the next version.
One of the strongest genetic associations is to "gets stuck behind objects."
Planetary science could see a decade of sample-return missions funded, too.
Questions linger as enzyme-based recycling technology is poised to go commercial.
Carnivorous plants fascinate as much now as when their gruesome diet was first discovered.
The spacecraft will launch this August and reach its namesake asteroid in January 2026.