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Hydride predicted to be superconductive at room temperature
Superconductivity came with a lot of unfulfilled promises. Power without loss? Sign me up. Superconducting magnetic resonance imaging magnets? They're, ahem, cool. And CERN couldn’t operate without buckets of liquid helium to keep its magnets superconducting.
Washington's Potomac River hits record high temperature
The Potomac River, which flows through the US capital Washington, hit a record high temperature of 94°F (34°C) over the weekend — as warm as bathwater — following a major heat wave.
Due to increase in temperature, risk of crocodile attacks can increase in Australia
The number of crocodile attacks in Australia could rise due to global warming, an expert said on Sunday.
Australian authorities warn about heat as temperature soars
Australians have been warned to avoid exerting themselves outdoors and to drink lots of water as record temperatures in parts of the country look set to linger, and even increase, over coming days.
'Reasons to be hopeful' on 1.5°C global temperature target
Dutch scientist Dr. Heleen de Coninck is one of the coordinating lead authors of the forthcoming Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report on 1.5°C which will be released next Monday in South Korea.
China logs hottest national average summer temperature in 57 years
China’s national average temperature hit 22 °C this summer, the highest since 1961, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
New materials undergo solid-liquid phase transitions at room temperature
Researchers have developed the first materials that can permanently change from solid to liquid, or vice versa, when exposed to light at room temperature, and remain in the new phase even after the light is removed. The researchers also demonstrated that the light can be used to draw liquid designs in a solid material or solid designs in a liquid material, creating stable materials that are part solid and part liquid. The new materials have potential applications for 3-D printing, molding, and on-demand recycling, among other uses, phys.org wrote.
Heat wave takes 15 lives in Japan, hospitalizes thousands
Japan's severe heat wave killed at least 15 people and sent more than 12,000 to hospital in the first two weeks of July, official figures show as the temperature neared 40 degrees C (104 F) in many cities on Sunday.
Ancient tree exposes cause of hike in Arctic temperature
Scientists from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have found an ancient kauri tree in New Zealand that holds the key to the cause of rising Arctic temperatures.
Ahvaz temperature reaches 129 degrees, among hottest on Earth
The temperature in the Iranian southwestern city of Ahvaz climbed Thursday to a blistering 129 degrees Celsius, a record high for the Middle Eastern country and among the hottest temperatures ever recorded on Earth.
Team takes temperature to determine cause of Ice Age
New research by Simon Fraser University Professor Karen Kohfeld and University of Tasmania Professor Zanna Chase, published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, examined how the ocean pulled carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and into the deep sea during the last Ice Age 125,000 to 18,000 years ago.
Researchers develop room temperature storage technology for stem cells
Researchers from the University of Macao (UM) developed a new way to store stem cells at room temperature for a minimum of seven days without the loss of viability and biological activities.
Unusual temperature may affect baby’s weight
Unusually hot or cold weather may affect the birth weight of babies, a new study suggested.
World temperature drops as spikes not caused by man
Average global temperatures have dropped off after the El Niño effect stopped.
Why having temperature too hot in bedroom could make you ill
Having the thermostat set too high in the bedroom disrupts the body clock — and could increase the risk of falling ill, according to a new research.

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