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2015-03-08 13:25:58

Have you ever wondered why, unlike Chuck Norris, you can’t run on water or swim through land?

Asteroid Surface More Unstable Than Previously Thought
2013-07-05 12:02:49

An experiment in microgravity has revealed future missions seeking to land on an asteroid may have to watch out for an avalanche.

New Terradynamics Technique Helps Robots Walk Through Sand
2013-03-22 20:41:39

"Terradynamics" could be the next big thing in robotics, helping vehicles move on granular and other complex surfaces like beaches.

3D Printing Used To Test Complex Qualities Of Shapes Made With Computer
2013-03-19 10:32:18

Prof. Heinrich Jaeger’s research group examines materials and phenomena that appear simple at the surface, but which reveal tremendous complexity upon close examination.

Grains Cause Meteorite Impact Waves To Spread Unevenly
2012-12-12 13:06:31

Scientists have gained a new understanding of the way the energy of a meteorite or a missile transfers to sand and dirt grains by observing high-speed video of projectiles slamming into a bed of disks.

New Research Depicts Precisely How Sand Flows
2012-04-10 04:53:35

New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) may have an impact in a range of industries, from engineering to pharmaceutical manufacturing.

2011-12-14 19:53:26

A stroll on the beach can mean sinking your toes into smooth sand or walking firm-footed on a surface that appears almost solid.

2011-12-14 19:42:38

It's easy to get in a jam.

2009-06-30 15:44:53

University of Chicago researchers have discovered dry granular materials such as sand, seeds and grains have properties similar to liquid. The physicists from the university's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center said the granular materials form water-like droplets when poured from a given source.

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2009-06-24 13:25:00

University of Chicago researchers recently showed that dry granular materials such as sands, seeds and grains have properties similar to liquid, forming water-like droplets when poured from a given source.


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deuteragonist
  • A person in a secondary role, specifically the second most important character (after the protagonist).
The word 'deuteragonist' comes from a Greek word meaning 'an actor of second-class parts'.
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