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2021

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2021 Magazine articles

Interior of the Earth

Demystifying planet births from deep Earth

People, Science, Space11 May 2021Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI), Tokyo Institute of Technology
Earth scientist Hitoshi Gomi investigates how plants are made by studying materials from the deep Earth, while creating a hospitable workplace at the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. He shared his research and the role of a lab manager with Asia Research News.
Interior of the Earth

地球の底から、惑星誕生の謎に迫る

People, Science, Space11 May 2021Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI), Tokyo Institute of Technology
地球の中心部の物質を研究しながら、共に研究をしている仲間が働きやすい環境を作るのが五味斎特任助教の日常だ。所属先の東京工業大学・地球生命研究所(ELSI)で地球科学者として行う研究活動と、ラボマネージャーの役目について、お話しを伺った。

When evolutionary trees get froggy

Environment, Plants & Animals10 May 2021Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
A new study on frogs shows gene flow and population structure should be considered to determine if morphologically similar and genetically distinct animals comprise separate species.

Rare access reveals East Antarctic melting hotspot

Climate Change, Environment10 May 2021Hokkaido University
Ice is melting at a surprisingly fast rate underneath Shirase Glacier Tongue in East Antarctica due to the continuing influx of warm seawater into the Lützow-Holm Bay.

Electricity generated drop by drop

Energy, Environment, Water10 May 2021City University of Hong Kong (CityU)
A new device can light up 100 LED bulbs with a single drop of water.

Machine learning predicts structural corrosion

Artificial Intelligence, Environment, Materials10 May 2021National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Complex algorithms can be taught to predict steel corrosion rates in coastal regions, helping engineers choose the best materials for each location.

Deep ocean in deep trouble

Climate Change, Environment, Plants & Animals10 May 2021Hokkaido University
Deep sea animals face greater risks compared to those nearer the surface as they become less able to maintain their preferred thermal habitats with climate change.

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