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Surfaces that grip like gecko legs can easily be mass-produced

Flexible walls here, in blue, a few hundred microns, emulate the surface of a gecko’s foot to make the same kind of adhesive force – but much, much stronger than that of an animal’s paw. Credit: Georgia Tech / Varenberg Laboratory Why did the gecko climb the skyscraper? Because he could; his toes cling to everything. For several years, engineers …

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Scientists have just discovered the closest black hole to Earth

(Newser)–Meet your new but shy galactic neighbor: A black hole left after the death of a fleeting young star on the AP. European astronomers have discovered the closest black hole to Earth so far, so nearby, the two stars dancing with it can be seen with the naked eye. Of course, the proximity is relative to the galactic rock. This …

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Coronavirus in MN: Honeywell plant in Minneapolis is temporarily closed after a positive test of workers – WCCO

Coronavirus: Latest news Community resources COVID-19 Information Download our application CBSN Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Workers at another plant in Minnesota are sick with COVID-19. Officials from Honeywell in Minneapolis say it is temporarily closing the building for cleaning. READ MORE: Renewal by Andersen temporarily closes a villa factory As of Wednesday, at least two other plants in Minnesota had …

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Quantum resonances close to absolute zero

collision processes. Understanding the quantum nature of atomic and molecular collisions is essential to understanding the processes of energy transfer and chemical reactions, especially in the low energy collision region, where the quantum effect is most noticeable. Quantum scattering resonances are a remarkable feature of the quantum nature of atomic and molecular collisions, but their experimental testing has been a …

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How to make a rocket pop-up card

Making a pop-up map is the perfect way to celebrate NASA by launching American astronauts on the International Space Station from American soil for the first time since 2011. All you need is some construction paper, note paper (or cardboard), scissors, painting supplies and glue. Watch this video to learn more. How are you preparing for #LaunchAmerica? From building your …

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