Read more about the article How Scientists Track Ocean Giants Thanks To The Water Wide Web
Humpback whales can quickly learn complex song patterns from other whale populations. (The University of Queensland/Newsflash)

How Scientists Track Ocean Giants Thanks To The Water Wide Web

Marine scientists have revealed how they can track whale movement through the ocean using spare fibre optic cables to eavesdrop on them. Individual hydrophones, or underwater microphones, had previously been…

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Read more about the article New Technique Used To Unfreeze 1,300-Year-Old Ice Prince Child’s Grave
The defrosting process of the 1,300-year-old child's grave in the German state of Bavaria. (BLfD/Newsflash)

New Technique Used To Unfreeze 1,300-Year-Old Ice Prince Child’s Grave

Experts have used a new technique to thaw the 1,300-year-old remains of a child dubbed the "Ice Prince" after they froze them with nitrogen to preserve them. The "Ice Prince"…

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Read more about the article New Pioneering Technique Uses Sound Waves To Blast Cancer Cells That Dont Come Back
The 700kHz, 260-element histotripsy ultrasound array transducer used in Prof. Xu’s lab. (Marcin Szczepanski, Michigan Engineering/Newsflash)

New Pioneering Technique Uses Sound Waves To Blast Cancer Cells That Dont Come Back

A new pioneering technique developed at the University of Michigan can blast tumours in a non-invasive way, with experts saying that in 80 percent of cases, they do not grow…

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