Day: September 28, 2015

Rabbitfishes Guard Their Mates When The Latter Forage

Researchers from the James Cook University have unveiled a complex behaviour in rabbitfishes. The findings are published in the journal Scientific Reports. A rabbitfish guarding his mate while the latter feeds. Photo credits: Jordan Casey. A team from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies from the James Cook University have discovered that

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Metal Flexible As Chewing Gum But Tougher Than Steel Created

The “instruction manual” – put together by Australian scientists – to making metallic glass has been published in Nature Communications. The research puts forward a model that will allow for the prediction of the combination of metals to be used to create the alloy. The metallic glass, also known as amorphous metal, is a flexible and

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