Without Russian help, climate scientists worry how they’ll keep up their important work of documenting warming in the Arctic.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
For neuroscience researcher Boris, “everything fell apart” a month ago, when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sent decades-long scientific cooperation with the West crashing back to Earth.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
The sprawling European science lab that houses the world’s largest atom smasher is taking new steps that will further limit its cooperation with Russian research institutes in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.This article […]
The Geneva-area research center that houses the world’s largest atom smasher is grappling with ways to punish Russia’s government while protecting Russian researchers who work to help solve the deepest mysteries of the universe.This article […]
It was a good week for physics research as work by two teams of theorists working independently may have solved Stephen Hawking’s black hole paradox. The first demonstrated that black holes are more complex than […]
When the wreck of Ernest Shackleton’s ship Endurance was found nearly 10,000 feet below the surface of Antarctica’s Weddell Sea in March 2022, it was located just 4 miles from its last known position, as […]
After decades of dominance by the United States, a new measure suggests that China edged the U.S. in 2019 on one important measurement of national research success.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
Legal documents, such as contracts or deeds, are notoriously difficult for nonlawyers to understand. A new study from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) cognitive scientists has determined just why these documents are often so impenetrable.This […]