Scientists 'Astonished' Yet Another Of Saturn's Moons May Be An Ocean World

Posted in Science on 27th Feb, 2024
by Alex Muller

We know there is an abundance of ice in the outer solar system, from moons to comets. Interior ocean worlds depend on another source of heat-gravity.

Did This Chemical Reaction Create The Building Blocks Of Life On Earth?

Posted in Science on 29th Nov, 2023
by Alex Muller

A chemical reaction called the formose reaction, first discovered in 1861, is one of the best examples of an autocatalytic reaction that could have happened on the early Earth.

Marine Protection Areas Are A Win-Win For Fish And Humans

Posted in Business, Science on 27th Oct, 2022
by Alex Muller

"It builds a strong case for large-scale marine protected areas not just as biodiversity conservation, but as fishery rebuilding tools."

Hydrogel Sucks Litres Of Drinking Water A Day Out Of Thin Air

Posted in Featured, Hardware, Science on 3rd Mar, 2022
by Alex Muller

These zwitterionic hydrogels could be very useful in providing drinking water to developing and drought-stricken regions.

Using AI to analyze drinking water for safety and quality control

Posted in Business, Software on 28th Oct, 2020
by Alex Muller

Water analytics startup Ketos has announced it raised $18 million in funding. It is part of a growing effort to use progress in AI to automate important parts of our lives, such as drinking water safety.