Usually, when materials are exposed to ionizing radiation, it tends to have harmful effects, such as making them more brittle, causing them to deform faster, destabilizing their structure, and promoting corrosion. However, a recent study found something different. When certain nickel-chromium (Ni-Cr) alloys were exposed to proton irradiation in molten fluoride salt at a high temperature (650°C), the corrosion between grains in the material actually slowed down.
A new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found that even a mild chronic sleep deficit can damage the cells that line our blood vessels, increasing the risk of heart disease. The study, which was conducted on women, found that after just six weeks of shortened sleep, the cells that line the blood […]
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