Tag Archives: Fluid Dynamics

How Vision Helps Cyclists Communicate in a Pack

Riders in a peloton benefit more from the eyes of their peers than from a neighbor’s drag reduction. Continue reading

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Molecular Microscope Lets Scientists Peer inside Single Cells

The new technology can identify proteins that distinguish healthy cells from diseased ones.   Continue reading

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Forecasting steam-burst eruptions

Satellite data can pinpoint the locations of potentially life-threatening geothermal events.   Continue reading

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An eruption mechanism for underwater volcanoes

A new model explains how some lava that rises from the seafloor eventually sinks back down.   Continue reading

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Squeezing oil from stone

A laboratory experiment offers guidance for how to maximize oil extraction through the injection of water.   Continue reading

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Fluid dynamics explains ancient organism behavior

Nonlinear equations establish how long-extinct marine creatures moved and fed. Continue reading

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