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Making the simple complex: synchronization researchers dive into the ‘messy’

Making the simple complex: synchronization researchers dive into the ‘messy’

Most people see the ocean waves and vaguely wonder why some are big and some are small —or look into a roaring fire and are curious as to what makes the flames move as they do — with seemingly no rhyme or reason.
For most, these are passing curiosities to which little thought is given outside the moment. Just a mystery of life. But for those who study the issues of complexity and synchronization, they aren’t content with not

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Making waves in ultrasound technology

Making waves in ultrasound technology

After decades of medical dramas filling our TV screens, the figure of a technician wielding an ultrasound wand is so prolific, it’s easily called to mind. Even if you’ve never needed an internal abdominal exam, the steps are familiar: The clear, cool gel on the belly; the pressing of a sturdy, plastic device against the patient’s torso; the grainy images that appear on a nearby screen…

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Tasmanian 'devil in disguise' is key puzzle piece for understanding supercontinents

Tasmanian 'devil in disguise' is key puzzle piece for understanding supercontinents

A new paper recently released in Geology by researchers Jacob Mulder, Karl Karlstrom, and other Australian colleagues provides a new dataset that may resolve the more than three decades-long debate about which continents were adjacent to southwestern USA within the 1 billion year old supercontinent of Rodinia.

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