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Posted on Aug 24, 2016

The Express Tribune

Ocean care 'Overfishing leading to surge in jellyfish population'
The Express Tribune
These views were expressed by Ministry of Science and Technology Director General (DG) Dr Asif Inam while discussing recent surveys of marine life in Pakistan. “These crosscutting issues related to marine life in Pakistan need specials attention,” Dr ...

Posted on Aug 24, 2016

Connecticut College

Professors make important contributions to their fields with recently published books
Connecticut College
My book is about how Russia became a patron of the hajj—the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca—in the late nineteenth century. The hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and a requirement for Muslims. The question that my book tries to answer is this: Why ...

Posted on Aug 24, 2016

News@Northeastern

Research sheds new light on proton behavior, draws praise from ...
News@Northeastern
A discovery by a research team led by Northeastern's Paul Champion upends the understanding held for centuries of protons' behavior. The researchers—using ...

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Posted on Aug 23, 2016

ABC Online

Jellyfish cameras to provide early warning on approaching stingers in northern Queensland
ABC Online
The technology, known as stinger cams, has been developed by scientists from James Cook University (JCU) and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. JCU Professor Michael Kingsford said the cameras use image recognition technology and will help ...

Posted on Aug 22, 2016

The Atlantic

A Tiny Jellyfish Relative Just Shut Down Yellowstone River
The Atlantic
As science writer Jennifer Frazer once wrote: “Once upon a time, a jellyfish became a parasite, and its descendants became unrecognizable.” The details of that process are still unclear, but one living animal might shed some light on it. It's called ...
Montana Shut Down Over 150 Miles Of River Because Of A Fish-Killing ParasitePopular Science
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Yellowstone River Closed In Response To Ongoing Fish KillMontana Fish, Wildlife & Parks - Montana.gov

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Posted on Aug 21, 2016

Science Daily

Squid, jellyfish and wrinkled skin inspire materials for anti-glare screens and encryption
Science Daily
What do squid and jellyfish skin have in common with human skin? All three have inspired a team of chemists to create materials that change color or texture in response to variations in their surroundings. These materials could be used for encrypting ...
Squid, jellyfish and wrinkled skin inspire materials for anti-glare ...(e) Science News (press release) (registration)

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Posted on Aug 21, 2016

Times of India

Scientists develop new laser from jellyfish proteins
Times of India
Gather and colleagues from the University of Wurzburg and Dresden University of Technology in Germany, genetically engineered E coli bacteria to produce enhanced green fluorescent protein (eGFP), 'Live Science' reported. Recommended By Colombia.
Jellyfish proteins used to create polariton laser - Phys.orgPhys.Org
Jellyfish power new energy-efficient laser | CosmosCosmos
Jellyfish proteins used to develop breakthrough laser, far more efficient than conventional onesInternational Business Times AU
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Posted on Aug 19, 2016

Live Science

New Laser Created from Jellyfish's Fluorescent Proteins
Live Science
[Science Fact or Fiction? The Plausibility of 10 Sci-Fi Concepts]. By repurposing the fluorescent proteins that have revolutionized biomedical imaging, and by allowing scientists to monitor processes inside cells, the team created a polariton laser ...

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Posted on Aug 17, 2016

Science Friday

Four Ways 'Oryx and Crake' Predicted the Future
Science Friday
Don't call the novel Oryx and Crake a work of sci-fi. Author Margaret Atwood prefers the term “speculative fiction”—she says the things she writes about depict a plausible version of the future. Indeed, as Atwood indicated in a 2004 interview on ...

Posted on Aug 1, 2016

ABC Online

The strange life of the immortal jellyfish - Great Moments In Science ...
ABC Online
The Earth's only immortal species is a tiny transparent jellyfish that travels the world in the ballast tanks of cargo ships. It's the only known animal capable of ...

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