Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmoson Twitter
Name a technology that is all around us, underpins our modern way of living but is hardly recognised for its contribution. Ho
Guidance for the Brookings community and the public on our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) »
Learn more from Brookings scholars about the global response to coronavirus (COVID-19)
Researchers in Europe have demonstrated the use of ionic liquids for recycling bonded NdFeB permanent magnets. An open-access paper on their work is published in the RSC journal Green Chemistry.
A sound science activity from Science Buddies
Key Concepts Physics Sound Magnetism Electricity
Introduction Do you like to listen to music? Have you ever wondered how
Hi, what are you looking for?
Neodymium magnets are the most powerful type of permanent magnet commercially available. Neodymium magnets offer tremendous strength for their size, up to 18
New York City, NY: Nov. 20, 2020 – Published via (Wired Release)- The worldwide Bonded NdFeB Magnet Market report intensely underlines essential market fragments including types, Key developme
Thank you for visiting nature.com. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser (or tur
To keep from spilling any feed when filling buckets out of a gravity wagon, I came up with a simple idea. I just cut a small arrow shape from a regular 2×6 and countersunk a round speaker-typ