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Dissolvable Implant Relieves Pain On Demand Without the Use of Drugs or Opioids

A new study unveiled a small, soft, flexible implant that relieves pain on demand and without the use of drugs. The first-of-its-kind device could provide a much-needed alternative to opioids and other highly addictive medications. The biocompatible, water-soluble device works by softly wrapping around nerves to deliver precise, targeted cooling, which numbs nerves and blocks […]

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Climate Change Isn’t a Threat Multiplier. It’s the Main Threat. – Defense One

Why hasn’t humanity responded to climate change—currently on track to produce global catastrophe—with the same intensity in which we respond to military threats? And is there a way to reorient the defense sector to enable and support a whole-of-society effort…

World is not going to avoid 1.5 Celsius global warming ‘tipping point’, researchers warn – Yahoo News

Current efforts to limit warming are not sufficient, the researchers have warned. (Getty) The battle to limit global warming to 1.5 Celsius by 2050 is doomed, according to researchers who have reviewed data around global warming. To achieve the goal…

Bitcoin Mining Can Prevent Climate Change – Bitcoin Magazine

Daniel Batten is a climate tech investor, author, analyst and environmental campaigner who previously founded and led his own tech company. 2022 has changed everything that we in the environmental, social and governance (ESG) sector thought we knew about Bitcoin….

Mercury’s data recorder to help monitor global warming – GlobeNewswire

ANDOVER, Mass., June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY,, a leader in trusted, secure mission-critical technologies for aerospace and defense, announced it was selected by Ball Aerospace to enhance the data recording and storage performance…

Fight over Damages Threatens to Derail Climate Negotiations – Scientific American

CLIMATEWIRE | Less than six months before world leaders gather in Egypt for the next round of global climate talks, officials have made little progress in addressing one of the most contentious points of negotiations — support for countries that…

How Fog Nets are Making Water Abundant in the Atlas Mountains – And May Be Useful in California

During the Moroccan desert summertime drought, fog nets are being used to provide drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people in remote mountain villages. Now villagers can irrigate agricultural fields, turning desertified land back into green gardens, all thanks to mathematician and businessman Aissa Derhem. Derhem lived in Canada while studying for a Ph.D. […]

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Sustainably Speaking: Being old in the time of global warming – Press Herald

I have a new friend. Her name is Susan and she lives in Reno, Nevada. We’ve only met once in person when we were serendipitously in Tuscon, Arizona, at the same time last spring. We are both old, both social…

Republican Drive to Tilt Courts Against Climate Action Reaches a Crucial Moment – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Within days, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court is expected to hand down a decision that could severely limit the federal government’s authority to reduce carbon dioxide from power plants — pollution that is dangerously heating the…

Jim Stiles: Vermont must adapt to climate change while also cutting emissions –

This commentary is by Jim Stiles of St. Albans, who is mostly retired, but still works part time distributing local food products in northwestern Vermont, helps to craft weatherization policy, conducts small-scale research on high-quality compost, and is assisting in…

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