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Climate Change Likely To Abruptly Impact Algae in the Global Ocean – SciTechDaily

Scientists sample a brown mat of aggregated phytoplankton. Credit: Katrin Schmidt Global warming is likely to cause abrupt changes to important algal communities because of shifting biodiversity ‘break point’ boundaries in the oceans – according to research from the University…

America’s beef with climate change: How we can change the food industry and save the planet – The Hill

The American Century was driven by scientific progress that led to Apollo 11. And today we need no less remarkable achievements from technologists to avoid a climate catastrophe. The Manhattan Project only inaugurated man’s age, Anthropocene. The dawn of America’s golden…

America’s beef with climate change: How we can revolutionize the food industry and save the planet | TheHill – The Hill

The American Century was driven by scientific progress that led to Apollo 11. And today we need no less remarkable achievements from technologists to avoid a climate catastrophe. The Manhattan Project only inaugurated man’s age, Anthropocene. The dawn of America’s golden…

When Walked On, These Wooden Floors Harvest Enough Energy to Turn On a Lightbulb

Researchers from Switzerland are tapping into an unexpected energy source right under our feet: wooden floorings. Their nanogenerator enables wood to generate energy from our footfalls. They also improved the wood used in the their nanogenerator with a combination of a silicone coating and embedded nanocrystals, resulting in a device that was 80 times more […]

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When Greenland was green: rapid global warming 55 million years ago shows us what the future may hold – Nunatsiaq News

Frozen northeast Greenland seems an unlikely place to gain insight into our ever-warming world. Between 50 million and 60 million years ago, however, the region was a different place. Back then Greenland had a subtropical climate befitting of its name….

Tackling climate change can boost food safety – Food Safety News

Stifling heat waves, droughts, devastating forest and wildland fires, flooding, violent cyclones, rising sea levels, human lives lost — we’ve heard about this and more in the news this summer. And while each story is grim enough in itself, they…

Meet the 2 reddest asteroids in the asteroid belt

Astronomers have discovered two asteroids in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter that are much redder than the others. The researchers say they likely migrated inward from the outer reaches of the solar system.

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When Greenland was green: rapid global warming 55 million years ago shows us what the future may hold – The Conversation AU

Frozen northeast Greenland seems an unlikely place to gain insight into our ever-warming world. Between 50 million and 60 million years ago, however, the region was a different place. Back then Greenland had a subtropical climate befitting of its name….

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