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Humans have changed the world\'s oceans in ways that have been devastating to many marine species. But, according to new evidence, it appears that the change has so far been good for cephalopods, the group including octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid. The study shows that cephalopods\' numbers have increased significantly over the last six decades.
Silicon carbide is a semiconductor that has the potential to be used to create faster, cheaper transistors that can operate at higher voltages, which could prove useful for handling megawatts of power such as in wind turbines. Researchers from the Intelligent Efficient Power Electronics (IEPE) platform are looking to demonstrate the advantages of this new technology
In an interview with ScienceNode, leaders of the Internet2 Metaverse Working Group Chris Collins and Ben Fineman talk about what‘s new and where we‘re heading in the world of virtual reality
EU Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Commissioner Karmenu Vella announced the winners of the third edition of the Natura 2000 Awards. The six winners include projects from Bulgaria, Latvia, Spain, the United Kingdom and cross-border projects from Belgium and France as well as Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary, Finland and Norway.