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Newswise: Tuning into the frequencies of conical shells: a fluid-structure symphony
Release date: 20-Jul-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Tuning into the frequencies of conical shells: a fluid-structure symphony
Chinese Academy of Sciences

In a pivotal study, researchers examine the natural vibrations of truncated conical shells partially filled with an ideal compressible fluid. This exploration is crucial for advancing our understanding of fluid-structure interactions, particularly in complex geometries where traditional analytical methods fall short. The study's findings could revolutionize the design and safety of structures in various engineering applications.

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Released: 19-Jul-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Research Team Discovers Lost Nile River Branch
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Findings may explain location of largest Egyptian pyramid field

Newswise: Scientists Discover Energy and Pressure Analogies Linking Hadrons, Superconductors, and Cosmic Expansion
Released: 19-Jul-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Scientists Discover Energy and Pressure Analogies Linking Hadrons, Superconductors, and Cosmic Expansion
Department of Energy, Office of Science

Researchers have found similarities in how concepts of energy, pressure, and confinement apply to atomic nuclei and superconductivity. Specifically, in both hadrons and superconductors, how particles are confined to a specific volume can be described with the same mathematical framework derived from quantum chromodynamics.

Newswise: Unhealthy Sleep Linked to Diabetes in a Diverse Population
Released: 19-Jul-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Unhealthy Sleep Linked to Diabetes in a Diverse Population
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

While previous research has linked suboptimal sleep durations to increased diabetes risk, the current report, published in the journal Diabetologia, extended these findings to a large cohort of primarily low-income, middle- to older-age Black and white adults in the southeastern United States.

Released: 19-Jul-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Wash U researchers shine light on amyloid architecture
Washington University in St. Louis

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis use microscopy to chart amyloid beta’s underlying structure and yield insight into neurodegenerative disease

Released: 19-Jul-2024 9:40 AM EDT
Chemists design novel method for generating sustainable fuel
Ohio State University

Chemists have been working to synthesize high-value materials from waste molecules for years.

Newswise: Wetland wonders unfold: aerial systems shed light on ecosystem services
Released: 19-Jul-2024 12:05 AM EDT
Wetland wonders unfold: aerial systems shed light on ecosystem services
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A cutting-edge study revolutionizes coastal wetland mapping by integrating unmanned aerial systems with light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and multispectral sensors. This innovative approach provides detailed elevation data and vegetation analysis, enabling highly accurate classifications of diverse wetland types. The research advances conservation by offering a scalable, efficient, and cost-effective method that is instrumental in climate change mitigation strategies and informs policy-making for coastal resilience.

Released: 18-Jul-2024 8:05 PM EDT
New tech addresses manufacturing bottlenecks in a lifesaving blood cancer treatment
University of South Australia

Relapsed B-cell ALL is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children and young adults. UniSA research has shown the potential of new microfluidic technology, to improve the CAR T-cell manufacturing process by efficiently removing contaminating cancerous cells and other large white blood cells - potentially leading to greater access and lower costs of treatment.


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