(ITU) South Korea demonstrates technology convergence at exhibition
A smart buoy showcased at the exhibition, for example, removes jellyfish that destroy marine life. The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning said the device could prevent an estimated 60 billion won (US$56.3 million) in losses to the fisheries ...
Bio-Inspiration Is Finally Delivering Inventions Based on Porcupines ...
His research combines bio-inspiration, materials science, and stem cell biology to develop innovative medical technology. He is also the co-founder of Gecko Biomedical, specializing in wound closure ... To give an example, when we developed a device ...
The Dutch boy mopping up a sea of plastic
At school, Slat developed his idea further as part of a science project. An array of floating barriers, anchored to the sea bed, would first catch and concentrate the floating debris. The plastic would move along the barriers towards a platform, where ...
"Jellyfish Have Eyes" author to deliver Whitney Lab's 40th anniversary lecture ...
St. Augustine Record
Piatigorsky's debut novel, “Jellyfish Have Eyes,” is the story of Dr. Ricardo Sztein, an award-winning scientist who ventures to the tropics to study jellyfish eyes and makes enlightening discoveries into what jellyfish see and how they respond to ...
Jellyfish collagen medical technology firm Jellagen receives £100000 funding
Jellagen operates from a processing facility at the Pembrokeshire Science and Technology Park in Pembroke Dock, with its medical grade product being produced by its strategic partner Collagen Solutions based in Glasgow. Andrew Mearns Spragg, the ...
New study shows the importance of jellyfish falls to deep-sea ecosystem (w/ Video)
Published October 15 in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences, the research looked at the response by scavengers to jellyfish and fish baits in the deep-sea along the Norwegian margin. The researchers found that ...
Huge jellyfish swarms caused by junk dumped in Gulf of Mexico
In some parts of the Gulf of Mexico, there are more jellyfish than there is water due to massive jellyfish swarms, say researchers from the National Science Foundation. Man-made objects being sunk in the gulf to make artificial reefs and for other ...
Laser-guided 'sea monkeys' hint at secrets of ocean's motion
Los Angeles Times
Study coauthor John Dabiri, a Caltech fluid dynamicist, latched on to the idea a few years ago while studying how jellyfish move. ... (Sea monkeys are a brine shrimp hybrid not found in nature; the scientists studied a species known as Artemia salina.).
Laser-Guided Sea-Monkeys Show That Tiny Animals Can Move Mountains of ...
Laser-Guided Sea-Monkeys Reveal How Critters Boost Ocean's Waves
There Are So Many Tiny Animals in the Sea That They May Affect Currents
Our lakes have a rare, infrequent visitor: jellyfish
The objects were tiny freshwater jellyfish, no more than an inch across. The jellyfish have lived in ponds and lakes across the country for decades, but often go unnoticed. The non-native species were introduced from China, possibly through the ...
Giant jellyfish pops up in the north-west
... research project and saw the jellyfish swim by the boat and managed to catch it," Dr Gershwin says. At the time, it was misidentified but after studying the specimen's DNA Dr Gershwin found it to be completely unique. "From a scientific ...
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