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Researchers has now succeeded in develop an “artificial chloroplast”

For hundreds of millions of years plants have had the ability to harness carbon dioxide from the air using solar energy. The Max Planck...

Rising ocean temperatures threaten seagrass meadows and their ability to retain...

As carbon dioxide emissions continue to increase, scientists have recognized that seagrass meadows are important to mitigation because they have high rates of carbon...

Maria Zuber on climate change: “Breakthroughs will happen”

Climate change is a very personal issue to Maria Zuber, MIT’s vice president for research. A native of eastern Pennsylvania, she watched her grandfathers,...

Marine heatwaves and their impact on marine mammals

n recent years, anomalously warm ocean temperatures known as “marine heatwaves” have sparked considerable attention and concern around the world. Marine heatwaves (MHW) occur when...

Carbon dioxide sensor can lower energy use, reduce utility costs

Walk in a room, the light goes on. Most people are familiar with the motion sensors that detect activity and then turn on the...

Air pollution remains low as Europeans stay at home

Further analyses are showing the continued low levels of nitrogen dioxide concentrations across Europe – coinciding with lockdown measures implemented to stop the spread...

NASA Data Aids Ozone Hole’s Journey to Recovery

On Sept. 16, 1987, policymakers and scientists from around the world gathered at the International Civil Aviation Organization’s headquarters in Montreal, preparing to take...

Nanosensor can alert a smartphone when plants are stressed

MIT engineers have developed a way to closely track how plants respond to stresses such as injury, infection, and light damage, using sensors made...

New research helps explain why the solar wind is hotter than...

When a fire extinguisher is opened, the compressed carbon dioxide forms ice crystals around the nozzle, providing a visual example of the physics principle...

Cement vs. concrete their differences, and opportunities for sustainability

There’s a lot the average person doesn’t know about concrete. For example, it’s porous; it’s the world’s most-used material after water; and, perhaps most...

On Mars or Earth, biohybrid can turn CO2 into new products

If humans ever hope to colonize Mars, the settlers will need to manufacture on-planet a huge range of organic compounds, from fuels to drugs,...

The first NASA spacecraft dedicated to studying carbon dioxide

The first NASA spacecraft dedicated to studying carbon dioxide, A new study by NASA and the University of Carbon Dioxide for 20 major cities...

New Geochemical models that expose Saturns Moon Enceladus CO2

A Research new Geochemical models that expose Saturns Moon Enceladus CO2, an ocean-harboring moon of Saturn, may be controlled by chemical reactions at its...

Purification of carbon dioxide by steam for cleaner industrial emissions

The team has found a better way to Purification of carbon dioxide from chimney emissions, which could be the key to controlling global climate...

Nasa scientists plans to send air ballon to venus

Researchers want to return to Venus, so now they are plan to send air ballon to venus, a scientist shows a 30-year-old picture of...

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