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Researchers at MIT and Pierre et Marie Curie University in Paris have come up with a new theory that describes how a knot's configuration, or "topology," determines its mechanical forces. (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/RVIRY )Video: Melanie Gonick/MITAdditional footage: Stock imagery ...
Around 252 millions years ago life on Earth collapsed in a unprecedented fashion as more than 96 percent of marine species and 70 percent of land species disappeared. The cause of this severe extinction has been a mystery, until now. (Learn ...
For the first time, researchers have achieved defect healing and marked strengthening through cyclic deformation in nanoscale structures. The novel method is called "cyclic healing." (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/TGuIP)Video produced and edited by Melanie ...
For the first time, researchers at MIT have found a way to control the boiling process. The system could improve the efficiency of electric power generation and other processes. (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/TRIQl) Turning boiling on and off on a surface with separately addressable ...
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