Six new species of tiny frog discovered in Mexico

Journal Reference: Tom J.M. Jameson, Jeffrey W. Streicher, Luigi Manuelli, Jason J. Head, Eric N. Smith. Miniaturization in Direct-Developing Frogs from Mexico with the Description of Six New Species. Herpetological Monographs, 2022; 36 (1) DOI: 10.1655/0733-1347-36.1.1 All six species are smaller than a British 1p coin — around 15mm long — when fully grown. Adult … Read more

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: the first DLC is revealed, a very muscular trailer full of loot to celebrate

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands the first DLC is revealed a very

Game News Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: the first DLC is revealed, a very muscular trailer full of loot to celebrate Published on 04/20/2022 at 16:21 Released a few weeks ago, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands already wants to expand with the upcoming arrival of its first expansion, named Ophide Perfide. 2K Games has just revealed all the supporting … Read more

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Warning! don’t use this legendary weapon, you may regret it

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Warning dont use this legendary weapon you

news tip Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Warning! don’t use this legendary weapon, you may regret it Published on 04/12/2022 at 13:36 If you’ve ever played Borderlands, you know that the developers like to slip a little crazy weapons into the arsenal available in game. Know that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is no exception to the rule, and … Read more

Scientists can predict carbon transfer in the ocean based on deep-diving tiny organisms

Journal Reference: Trang T. H. Nguyen, Emily J. Zakem, Ali Ebrahimi, Julia Schwartzman, Tolga Caglar, Kapil Amarnath, Uria Alcolombri, François J. Peaudecerf, Terence Hwa, Roman Stocker, Otto X. Cordero, Naomi M. Levine. Microbes contribute to setting the ocean carbon flux by altering the fate of sinking particulates. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-29297-2 A … Read more

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: The real Borderlands 4?

Tiny Tinas Wonderlands The real Borderlands 4

Game News Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: The real Borderlands 4? Published on 03/28/2022 at 18:04 Gearbox Software is dusting off one of its cult franchises in the spring of 2022. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands forsakes for a time punk-apocalyptic in favor of heroic-fantasy. Does this Borderlands spin-off live up to the legend of the Vault Hunters? Summary … Read more

Attention to objects in peripheral vision is not driven by tiny eye movements

Journal Reference: Gongchen Yu, James P Herman, Leor N Katz, Richard J Krauzlis. Microsaccades as a marker not a cause for attention-related modulation. eLife, 2022; 11 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.74168 Scientists working on the neuroscience of attention have recently become concerned that because both attention and eye movements, like microsaccades, involve the same groups of neurons in … Read more

Once called cellular particles, tiny bubbles may play key role in understanding, treating diseases

Journal Reference: Inna A. Nikonorova, Juan Wang, Alexander L. Cope, Peter E. Tilton, Kaiden M. Power, Jonathon D. Walsh, Jyothi S. Akella, Amber R. Krauchunas, Premal Shah, Maureen M. Barr. Isolation, profiling, and tracking of extracellular vesicle cargo in Caenorhabditis elegans. Current Biology, 2022; DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2022.03.005 The study, which appears in the journal Current Biology, … Read more

Tiny magnets could hold the secret to new quantum computers

Journal Reference: Yi Li, Volodymyr G. Yefremenko, Marharyta Lisovenko, Cody Trevillian, Tomas Polakovic, Thomas W. Cecil, Peter S. Barry, John Pearson, Ralu Divan, Vasyl Tyberkevych, Clarence L. Chang, Ulrich Welp, Wai-Kwong Kwok, Valentine Novosad. Coherent Coupling of Two Remote Magnonic Resonators Mediated by Superconducting Circuits. Physical Review Letters, 2022; 128 (4) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.128.047701 From MRI … Read more

Tiny battery-free devices float in the wind like dandelion seeds

These tools could provide unique insights for a variety of applications, including digital agriculture and monitoring climate change. One problem, however, is that it is currently time-consuming and expensive to physically place hundreds of sensors across a large area. Inspired by how dandelions use the wind to distribute their seeds, a University of Washington team … Read more

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