• phys.org | 1/30/2019 | Staff
    Structural colors, like those found in some butterflies' wings, birds' feathers and beetles' backs, resist fading because they don't absorb light like dyes and pigments.
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  • phys.org | 1/15/2019 | Staff
    Most of the colors on today's paper and fabric are made using dyes or pigments. But colors can also be produced by modifying a material's surface at the nanoscale, causing the surface to reflect or...
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  • Washington Free Beacon | 1/6/2019 | Emily Ferguson
    Berthe Morisot. Woman at Her Toilette, 1875–1880. The Art Institute of Chicago / Art Resource, NY. Berthe Morisot was the only woman to show paintings at the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874.
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  • ScienceDaily | 11/13/2018 | Staff
    Elephantnose fish are nocturnal, which means they cannot rely on their eyes when hunting for prey. But they don't need to: They carry a kind of "electric flashlight" in their tail, which they use to...
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  • Mail Online | 10/22/2018 | Rory Tingle For Mailonline
    Gilberto Benetton, the co-founder of his family's fashion empire who helped shape the company into one of Italy's biggest, has died aged 77. The news was announced in a statement from the Benetton...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/24/2018 | Staff
    That the bright red of a berry is a signal to hungry birds -- here I am, come eat me -- is not a new idea. Since the late 1800's researchers have speculated that the colors of fleshy fruits evolved...
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  • CNET | 9/5/2018 | Aloysius Low
    Vivo's latest V11 is a midrange wonder sporting Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB RAM and 128 GB of storage. It runs Android 8.1 and sports...
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  • ScienceDaily | 8/16/2018 | Staff
    Only using one color of light at a time on an electronic chip currently limits technologies based on sensing changes in scattered color, such as detecting viruses in blood samples, or processing...
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  • phys.org | 6/4/2018 | Staff
    When it comes to plasma winds in a tokamak, researchers are always looking for the Goldilocks solution—one that is just right. Winds that are too high or too low can reduce plasma efficiency.
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