• ScienceDaily | 2/13/2019 | Staff
    Scientists say events that began on the ocean bottom thousands of years ago so disrupted the Earth's atmosphere that it melted away the ice age. Those new findings challenge a long-standing paradigm...
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/24/2019 | Staff
    When materials are in a solid state, their atoms are arranged in very uniform patterns, like grids, sheets and lattices. This means that, knowing the position of one atom, we can deduce the positions...
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  • phys.org | 1/8/2019 | Staff
    The images are ubiquitous: A coastal town decimated by another powerful hurricane, satellite images showing shrinking polar ice caps, a school of dead fish floating on the surface of warming waters,...
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  • phys.org | 8/9/2018 | Staff
    In a new steel plant under construction, the waste gases generated in steelmaking will be used to produce an eco-friendly transport fuel. In the iron and steel industry, gaseous emissions are an...
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  • phys.org | 6/27/2018 | Staff
    Dutch MPs unveiled ambitious new climate legislation Wednesday aimed at reducing the country's greenhouse gas emissions to almost zero by 2050, while introducing an annual review to ensure targets...
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  • phys.org | 5/3/2018 | Staff
    A porous material with tailor-made pockets stitched into its structure is a promising material for sensing noxious gases. A thin film of the material, coated onto an electrode, formed an electronic...
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  • phys.org | 1/29/2018 | Staff
    Professor Tamsin Mather, a volcanologist in Oxford's Department of Earth Sciences reflects on her many fieldwork experiences at Massaya volcano in Nicaragua, and what she has learned about how they...
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