Twist on light-trapping technique combines ray-based light trapping with wave-optics absorption.
Ruth Schuster is Senior Editor at the Haaretz-TheMarker English Edition.
Schuster has worked in writing, editing and translation for English and Hebrew-language publications for more than two decades. She holds a BSc in biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
She lives in Tel Aviv with her daughter and multiple pets and in her spare time, promotes animal rights.
Science isn't just about helping us live longer, making better dog food or reducing our carbon footprint. Sometimes it's about marveling at the world around us.
And some maybes: Archaeologists think they may have found where Jesus lived in Nazareth and was tried in Jerusalem.
ISIS has been accused of causing a 'flesh-eating bacteria' to spread in Syria and therefore in Europe. Not exactly.
Smoking plus periodontal disease jacked up breast cancer rates even more, huge study of over 73,000 women showed.
A thigh bone found in Red Deer Cave in Yunnan apparently belongs to an unknown species of human that, like the ‘hobbit,’ coexisted with us until 10,500 years ago.
Finally, more Republican voters believe in climate change than in the Evil One. The only problem is: Their leaders are like kids sticking their fingers in their ears and chanting la-la-la to keep out the sound of scientists screaming.
Terrorist group already has foreign fighters on its payroll who can manufacture lethal weapons from raw materials, as well as access to toxic agents left behind by the tyrants of Syria, Iraq and Libya.
How much oil is Iran really exporting? What about ISIS? Are fishermen robbing us of our piscine posterity? Ship-tracker Windward began by selling its data services to nations. Now it's eyeing Wall Street.
Plutonium-244 was here at solar system's birth but isn't here now. Hebrew University team realizes: It was made in star collisions.