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Lehigh Engineering researcher Arup SenGupta has developed a novel way to capture carbon dioxide from the air and store it in the "infinite sink" of... [Read More]
End-of-dry-season CO2 pulses recur each year in the atmosphere above the Australian continent, a discovery made by an international research team led by environmental physicist... [Read More]
Researchers adapted a well-known computer-vision algorithm used for sharpening photos and, for the first time, applied it to astronomical images from ground-based telescopes. While astrophysicists... [Read More]
Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics and the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research have provided insights into the complex relationship between forests, ocean circulation,... [Read More]
The effect of the cycle of G proteins in real time on the two-step structural change of cell membrane receptors has been investigated -... [Read More]
Research led by a University of Cincinnati doctoral student shows that immigrants and refugees who participated in a civic leadership program felt more empowered after... [Read More]
As tick season kicks in across the country, the executive director of the University of Massachusetts Amherst-based New England Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases... [Read More]
The European Research Council (ERC) announced that Professor Jonathan Chase will be awarded one of the prestigious ERC Advanced Grants. The scientist will receive almost... [Read More]
Once adults reach age 65, the threshold age for the onset of Alzheimer's disease, the extent of their genetic risk may outweigh age as a... [Read More]
Findings from an analysis of more than 66,000 abdominal hysterectomies performed in New York hospitals reveal key risk factors for surgical site infections (SSIs) following... [Read More]
Facebook users were more likely to read fake news about the 2020 U.S. presidential election than users of Twitter and other social media websites, a... [Read More]
Plans to reintroduce the lynx in Scotland provoke a complex range of opinions, new research shows. [Read More]
To reduce unnecessary screenings, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force changed its mammography screening guidelines in 2009 to recommend that routine breast cancer screening start... [Read More]
The Horizon 2020 REST-COAST project focusing on coastal management and large-scale restoration, hosted its first Summer School workshop from 13 to 15 March 2023 at... [Read More]
DNA testing has confirmed widespread – and probably illegal – international trading of critically endangered European eels. [Read More]
STRASBOURG, France, 30 March 2023 — The International Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) and its partners will host Fundamental Life Science Meets Climate, Environment... [Read More]
Aston University is opening up the world of artificial intelligence (AI) to graduates who don't have a background in science, technology engineering or maths. [Read More]
Nitrogen as a fertilizer can increase yields. However, too much nitrogen can also have negative effects, such as groundwater pollution, high energy consumption in fertilizer... [Read More]
The joint research team led by Professor Hyunjoo Lee and Distinguished Professor Sang Yup Lee of KAIST Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering succeeded in developing a... [Read More]
Newly developed model shows carbon storage in coastal systems increases at moderate rates of sea-level rise but decreases if rise rates get too fast. [Read More]
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