Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; Mapping Crime Patterns; Susitna Glacier

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The Ultimate Camo: team to mimic camouflage skill of marine animals in high-tech materials

A camouflage expert collaborating with materials scientists and nanotechnologists toward the goal of developing materials that can mimic cephalopod camouflage.

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Mapping Crime Patterns with Geography and Math

Today, combining the eye of a designer with statistics and computer science, researchers are trying to create software that can sift through mountains of crime data to find geographic patterns and then create visually evocative maps for police departments.

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SC Newswire American Chemical Society Journal features "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes"

A special online edition of the American Chemical Society's Journal of Chemical Education (JCE) features a collection of mysteries based on the famous Sherlock Holmes detective series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but with a chemistry twist. Titled "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," the series features Sherlock Holmes and his faithful companion, Dr. Watson, as they use chemistry to solve a wide range of mysteries.

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Alaska's Susitna Glacier

Alaska's Susitna Glacier revealed some of its long, grinding journey when the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer on NASA's Terra satellite passed overhead.



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