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Combining sunlight and wastewater nitrate to make the world’s No. 2 chemical

Combining sunlight and wastewater nitrate to make the world’s No. 2 chemical

Engineers at the University of Illinois Chicago have created a solar-powered electrochemical reaction that not only uses wastewater to make ammonia — the second most-produced chemical in the world — but also achieves a...

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Tree Rings From Old Growth Douglas-Firs on the Oregon Coast Show Evidence of 1700 Tsunami

Tree Rings From Old Growth Douglas-Firs on the Oregon Coast Show Evidence of 1700 Tsunami

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY Core samples taken from a stand of old growth Douglas-fir trees in the South Beach area just south of Newport showed reduced growth following the 9.0 earthquake...

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Scientists identify new plant species endemic to Lanka

Scientists identify new plant species endemic to Lanka

Ifham Nizam – island.lk Sri Lankan scientists have discovered a new species of Nelu, Strobilanthes medahinnensis (Acanthaceae) based on morphological and molecular data, from the Peak Wilderness Nature Reserve. The...

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New structures for Sputnik V are ready, no need to update vaccine right now

New structures for Sputnik V are ready, no need to update vaccine right now

tass.com MOSCOW, August 22. /TASS/. The researchers of the Gamaleya center have developed new structures for the Sputnik V vaccine based on emerging new strains of the coronavirus, but so...

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Scientists Identify for the First Time Live Immune Cells in a Coral and Sea Anemone

Scientists Identify for the First Time Live Immune Cells in a Coral and Sea Anemone

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE A new study led by scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and...

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Partitioning water between agriculture and hydro-power to maximise Sri Lanka’s clean energy output

Partitioning water between agriculture and hydro-power to maximise Sri Lanka’s clean energy output

island.lk By Chandre DharmawardanaCanada The largest drain on Sri Lanka’s foreign exchange earnings is in purchasing fossil fuels for power and transport, and in feeding the 22 million people who...

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Upcycling Plastic Waste Into High-Performing Mechanical Lubricants

Upcycling Plastic Waste Into High-Performing Mechanical Lubricants

New research could mean fewer adverse impacts from plastic waste and cheaper lubricants used in vehicles and industrial activities. Finding new solutions to address the challenges posed by plastic waste...

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Analysis Shows Enzyme-Based Plastics Recycling Is More Energy Efficient, Better for Environment

Analysis Shows Enzyme-Based Plastics Recycling Is More Energy Efficient, Better for Environment

BOTTLE Consortium Effort Develops Model That Finds Sizeable Energy and Carbon-Saving Benefits for Recycling PET, a Common Plastic Used in Bottles, Clothing, Carpet Researchers in the BOTTLE Consortium, including from...

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Giant rhino fossils in China show new species was ‘taller than giraffe’

Giant rhino fossils in China show new species was ‘taller than giraffe’

bbc.com A new species of the ancient giant rhino – among the largest mammals to walk on land – has been discovered in north-western China, researchers say. The Paraceratherium linxiaense,...

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Earth is now trapping an ‘unprecedented’ amount of heat, NASA says

Earth is now trapping an ‘unprecedented’ amount of heat, NASA says

By Tik Root – washingtonpost.comJune 17, 2021 at 1:30 a.m. GMT+5:30 The amount of heat Earth traps has roughly doubled since 2005, contributing to more rapidly warming oceans, air and...

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