Researchers measured the potassium isotope compositions of Martian meteorites in order to estimate the presence, distribution, and abundance of volatile elements and compounds, including water, on Mars, finding that Mars has lost more potassium than Earth but retained more potassium than the moon or the asteroid 4-Vesta; the results suggest that rocky planets with larger […]
A new method for quantifying plant evolution reveals that after the onset of early seed plants, complexity halted for 250 million years until the diversification of flowering plants about 100 million years ago.
Scientists don't really know what kills many cancer patients, but fruit fly research could provide answers. By following flies with tumors up to the point of death, researchers have discovered chemicals produced by tumors that shorten life span apart from the damage done locally to critical organs. This suggests a novel strategy for extending a […]
The cold polar oceans give rise to some of the largest food webs on Earth. And at their base are microscopic, photosynthetic algae. But human-induced climate change, a new study suggests, is displacing these important cold-water communities of algae with warm-adapted ones, a trend that threatens to destabilize the delicate marine food web and change […]
Abstract Submission Deadline : July 15, 2019
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More than 600 abstracts have been submitted before the deadline (January 16, 2019). Given numerous requests for extra time for abstract submission, deadline of one-page abstract has been extended to 28 February, 2019 for late abstracts.
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Nobel Laureate Prof. Shuji Nakamura will give plenary talk at AAAFM-UCLA, 2019 at UCLA.
Conference proceeding will be published in special issue of Current Applied Physics published by Elsevier having impact factor 2.05.