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WhatsApp faces legal challenge over privacy policy in India
January 14, 2021

WhatsApp faces legal challenge over privacy policy in India

NYUAD has made an exhaustive review of the scientific literature surrounding the natural production of light, called bioluminescence.
December 13, 2020

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

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UN mission in Afghanistan demands end to fighting as Taliban advance

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CITC unveils gaming performance of Saudi Arabia’s telecom service providers in Q2 2021

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Cabinet reiterates Saudi support for Tunisia’s security and stability

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Locals in Turkey scramble to fight the fire surrounding their village

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
October 24, 2020

A controllable membrane to pull carbon dioxide out of exhaust streams

October 17, 2020

Scientists uncover new clues about Parkinson’s disease

October 03, 2020

Validating the physics behind the new MIT-designed fusion experiment

Artistic impression of electric conduction and superconductor proximity effect in a heated graphene bolometer. — courtesy Heikka Valja.
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

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