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Steel Strength | New Super Steel Defies Conventional Steel Wisdom

Steel Strength | New Super Steel Defies Conventional Steel Wisdom | Design, Comm, Sci and Tech | Scoop.it
A new "super steel" alloy shows increased strength under stressful conditions. The secret is in the molecular structure.

 

Researchers say they’ve made a new “super steel” that challenges conventional wisdom about new steel alloys. Instead of the usual fine-tuned balance of tradeoffs, scientists at the University of Hong Kong and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs say their super steel mitigates the catch-22s in many previous alloys. The secret is in how the molecular structure of the steel works to absorb and nullify stress damage.

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Augmented Reality Living Wine Labels App - Living Wine Labels

Augmented Reality Living Wine Labels App - Living Wine Labels | Design, Comm, Sci and Tech | Scoop.it

The Living Wine Labels App lets you discover unique augmented reality experiences from a range of your favorite wines. Scan the label of the bottle to experience the story behind the wine.

Read the full article at: www.livingwinelabels.com

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BLACK SUN: Amorphous Flocks of Starlings Swell Above the Danish Marshlands

BLACK SUN: Amorphous Flocks of Starlings Swell Above the Danish Marshlands | Design, Comm, Sci and Tech | Scoop.it

Captured in the marshlands of southern Denmark, Søren Solkær’s ongoing project documents one of nature's most mesmerizing phenomena. BLACK SUN focuses on the quiet landscapes of the Danish photographer's childhood where nearly one million starlings congregate during the vernal and autumnal seasons.

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Beyond the point-of-no-return? Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Good Enough to Stop Global Warming

Beyond the point-of-no-return? Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Good Enough to Stop Global Warming | Design, Comm, Sci and Tech | Scoop.it

Earlier this year, the Earth saw a huge dip in carbon emissions as nations around the globe locked down to slow the spread of the coronavirus. It offered a glimpse into what the world might look like if we took drastic steps to reduce our carbon emissions to slow the spread of global warming: For a brief moment, smog-choked cities around the world had clear skies.

 


Read the full article at: futurehuman.medium.com


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Ramandeep Kaur's curator insight, November 18, 9:18 PM
It was interesting to know that even if we stop the all the greenhouse gas emissions still the temperature will continue to rise at the same level it is rising now. The feedback loops such as melting ice causes m