Science

September 23, 2022

Great White Shark’s GPS Tracking Path Unexpectedly Creates a Self-Portrait

The global non-profit organization OCEARCH conducts research on the ocean’s biggest habitants to help scientists collect previously unattainable data and to ultimately restore balance and abundance to our oceans. To collect this information, they utilize harmless tagging and sample collection methods. Inadvertently, it seems that data can create some remarkable art.

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September 12, 2022

Eye-Opening Photo Shows Long-Term Effects of Wearing Sunscreen on Your Face But Not Neck

If you want to preserve your youthful skin, wearing sunscreen should be on the top of your to-do list. Excessive sun exposure can make skin look older—in addition to increased risks for cancer. Sunscreens are highly effective in preventing both of these adverse results. To illustrate this point, a 92-year-old’s face and neck show just how much it matters that you wear protective sun cream. The image, along with commentary by Dr.

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September 2, 2022

Spine-Like Floating Generator Converts the Motion of Waves Into Electric Power

Watching the ocean, the peaceful series of waves can seem never ending. This beautiful sight might also harbor an important source of clean energy for the future. The Cyprus-based company Sea Wave Energy Limited (SWEL) has designed a floating generator which moves with the movement of the waves, producing power as it undulates. Called the Wave Energy Converter (WEC)

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