• fee.org | 7/24/2019 | Matt Ridley
    Amid all the talk of an imminent planetary catastrophe caused by emissions of carbon dioxide, another fact is often ignored: global greening is happening faster than climate change.
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  • Popular Science | 2/20/2019 | Staff
    In this most recent paper, scientists at Boston University took a closer look at this greening trend. They used data from NASA’s Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer, or MODIS, which uses...
    123 views maddyb7
  • phys.org | 1/4/2019 | Staff
    The idea of using hydrogen as the basis of a clean sustainable energy source, often termed a hydrogen economy, has been a topic of conversation for decades. Hydrogen fuel, for example, doesn't emit...
    374 views Kaliela101
  • ScienceDaily | 12/18/2018 | Staff
    Now a discovery by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) shows that recycling...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/26/2018 | Staff
    To Rice materials scientist Rouzbeh Shahsavari and graduate student Sung Hoon Hwang, the spheres represent building blocks that can be made at low cost and promise to mitigate the energy-intensive...
    328 views Goobee
  • phys.org | 9/26/2018 | Staff
    Rice University scientists have developed micron-sized calcium silicate spheres that could lead to stronger and greener concrete, the world's most-used synthetic material.
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  • phys.org | 8/21/2018 | Staff
    In recent decades, scientists have noted a surge in Arctic plant growth as a symptom of climate change. But without observations showing exactly when and where vegetation has bloomed as the world's...
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  • phys.org | 7/2/2018 | Staff
    A nickel catalyst is set to expand the chemist's toolkit, leading to novel key intermediates in the synthesis of natural products and pharmaceuticals. Researchers from KAUST have developed a...
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  • WIRED | 6/17/2018 | Emily Atkin
    Representative Dick Hamm’s speech made national news that day, and not only because of his business interest in keeping human aquamation illegal in Indiana. “We’re going to put [dead bodies] in acid...
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  • phys.org | 6/6/2018 | Staff
    About half of the nitrogen in our bodies today comes from bacteria via the enzyme nitrogenase, which converts, or "fixes," unreactive nitrogen gas in the atmosphere into a form that plants can use...
    952 views hubbog

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