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* "Landmark study proves that magnets can control heat and sound" (2015-03-23, osu.edu) [archive.is/LxJIi]
* "Stanford engineers' breakthrough heralds super-efficient light-based computers" (2015-05-28, engineering.stanford.edu) [archive.is/BQ3xH]
* "Engineers develop a computer that operates on water droplets" (2015-06-09, phys.org) [archive.is/YovVV]
* "Donuts, math, and superdense teleportation of quantum information" (2015-05-28, engineering.illinois.edu) [archive.is/YVjXo]
* "Similarities between aurorae on Mars and Earth; An international team of researchers has for the first time predicted the occurrence of aurorae visible to the naked eye on a planet other than Earth" (201-05-27, aalto.fi) [archive.is/SVXWD]
* "Bright Spots Shine in Newest Dawn Ceres Images" (2015-06-10, jpl.nasa.gov) [archive.is/GyvBW]
Vote on your favorite explanation for the bright lights of Ceres [jpl.nasa.gov/dawn/world_ceres]
The Saturn planetary system, orbiting our star Sol, is surrounded by a dust ring larger than predicted, regulated by the orbit of the planet Iapetus which sweeps up the dust, keeping it clear of the inner ring of planets orbiting Saturn.
* "Biggest Ring Around Saturn Just Got Supersized" (2015-06-10, space.com) [archive.is/uyKgS]. Image caption: This NASA graphic shows the relationship between Saturn's giant Phoebe ring and the planet's moons Phoebe and Iapetus. Phoebe serves as the source of the ring's material while Iapetus is embedded in the ring.
This artist's conception shows how Saturn's giant Phoebe ring would appear as seen in infrared light. Here, the ring is set against a background of stars lit by faint nebulas. See full image at [archive.is/gSJHC]
* "Poorly preserved fossil features evidence of dino blood" (2015-06-09, UPI Newswire) [archive.is/X31ot] [begin excerpt]: Researchers at Imperial College London believe they've identified red blood cells and collagen fibers in a poorly preserved dinosaur bone.
It's not the first time researchers have located dino blood, but if the latest discovery is confirmed, it may suggests preserved soft tissue is more abundant than previously thought.
"Although remnants of soft tissues have previously been discovered in rare, exceptionally preserved fossils," lead researcher Susannah Maidment explained in a press release, "what is particularly exciting about our study is that we have discovered structures reminiscent of blood cells and collagen fibres in scrappy, poorly preserved fossils." [end excerpt]
* "Out of Africa via Egypt" (2015-06-01, sanger.ac.uk) [archive.is/7RpTB]
* "Archaeologists find evidence of prehistoric gold trade" (2015-06-05, AFP Newswire) [archive.is/5DB4A] [begin excerpt]: An ancient route between Britain and Ireland supported a gold trade as far back as the early Bronze Age. Archaeologists in England say the trading of gold among the people of the British Isles dates back to 2,500 B.C.
The revelation is largely thanks to a new identification technique, which uses chemical signatures to trace the origins of gold artifacts. The measuring technique suggests some of Ireland's oldest gold artifacts are forged from foreign gold -- ores sourced from Cornwall, England.
"This is an unexpected and particularly interesting result as it suggests that Bronze Age gold workers in Ireland were making artefacts out of material sourced from outside of the country, despite the existence of a number of easily-accessible and rich gold deposits found locally," Chris Standish, an archaeologist at the University of Southampton and lead author of a study on the early gold trade, explained in a press release. [end excerpt]
Twin mounds outside Marinka (Donetsk region of Novorossiya, 2015-06-06)