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Ultrathin nanosheets separate ions from water

An international research team, led by Monash University and ANSTO (Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation), has created an ultrathin membrane with high...

Small Arctic coastal waterbodies, with big carbon release

Arctic coastal watersheds are some of the most threatened regions on Earth, having undergone substantial climatic, physical and biological changes with the warming of...

Researchers developed search-and-rescue algorithm identifies hidden “traps” in ocean waters

The ocean is a messy and turbulent space, where winds and weather kick up waves in all directions. When an object or person goes...

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds Clues to Chilly Ancient Mars Buried in...

By studying the chemical elements on Mars today — including carbon and oxygen — scientists can work backwards to piece together the history of...

New simulations indicate europa ejects water from its subsurface ocean into...

During a fly-by of Jupiter’s moon Europa twenty years ago, NASA’s space probe Galileo may have witnessed a plume of water. A group of...

Researchers have created an efficient low-cost device that splits water to...

Rice University researchers have created an efficient, low-cost device that splits water to produce hydrogen fuel. The platform developed by the Brown School of Engineering...

NASA scientists map detailed measurements of 16 Years of Ice Sheet...

Using the most advanced Earth-observing laser instrument NASA has ever flown in space, scientists have made precise, detailed measurements of how the elevation of...

NASA’s Swift Observatory tracked water loss from an interstellar comet

For the first time, NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory tracked water loss from an interstellar comet as it approached and rounded the Sun. The...

By Recycling wastewater to drinkable again it may reduce the need...

Delivering water to city dwellers can become far more efficient, according to Rice University researchers who say it should involve a healthy level of...

NASA CubeSat Will Shine a Laser Light on the Moon’s South...

As astronauts explore the Moon during the Artemis program, they may need to make use of the resources that already exist on the lunar...

New natural gas eaters discovered at hot springs

Unlike animals, which only digest proteins, carbohydrates and fats, microorganisms also feed on a variety of other organic compounds. Even natural gas does not...

Dust devils may roam hydrocarbon dunes on Saturn’s moon Titan

Meteorological conditions on Saturn’s large moon Titan, the strange, distant world that may be the most Earth-like in the solar system, appear conducive to...

Genetics expertise could transform fish production

The potential of fish and shellfish production to feed a growing global population could be significantly enhanced through advances in genetics and biotechnology, researchers...

MDI Biological Laboratory-led Program Reveals High Arsenic in Well Water

A program to teach data literacy to Maine and New Hampshire students by analyzing data on arsenic in well water collected from their homes...

NASA Selects Early-Stage Technology Concepts for New, Continued Study

Future technologies that could enable quicker trips to Mars and robotic exploration of ocean worlds might have started out as NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts...

X-ray vision through the water window

ETH physicists have developed the first high-​repetition-rate laser source that produces coherent soft x-​rays spanning the entire 'water window'. That technological breakthrough should enable...

NASA Study Adds a Pinch of Salt to El Niño Models

When modeling the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) ocean-climate cycle, adding satellite sea surface salinity — or saltiness — data significantly improves model accuracy, according...

Researchers Discover New Method to Generate Substantial Volumes of Nanobubbles in...

Researchers at University College Dublin (UCD) have discovered a new energy-efficient method to generate and release substantial volumes of metastable, nano-scale gas bubbles in...

Stream pollution from mountaintop mining doesn’t stay put in the water

Since the 1980s, a sprawling mountaintop removal mining complex in southern West Virginia has been leaching pollutants -- such as selenium -- into nearby...

Cold War nuclear bomb tests reveal true age of whale sharks

Atomic bomb tests conducted during the Cold War have helped scientists for the first time correctly determine the age of whale sharks. The discovery, published...

Mapping Out the Water on the Moon

In 2009, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), the first mission to be sent by the US to the Moon in over a...

Photocatalytic optical fibres convert water into solar fuel

Researchers at the University of Southampton have transformed optical fibres into photocatalytic microreactors that convert water into hydrogen fuel using solar energy. The ground-breaking technology...

NASA, University of Nebraska Release New Global Groundwater Maps and U.S....

NASA researchers have developed new satellite-based, weekly global maps of soil moisture and groundwater wetness conditions and one to three-month U.S. forecasts of each...

There’s too much nitrogen and phosphorus in U.S. waterways

Even minor amounts of human activity can increase nutrient concentrations in fresh waters that can damage the environment, according to a new study. These findings...

Electric jolt to carbon makes better water purifier

Nagoya University scientists have developed a one-step fabrication process that improves the ability of nanocarbons to remove toxic heavy metal ions from water. The...

How to get conductive gels to stick when wet

Polymers that are good conductors of electricity could be useful in biomedical devices, to help with sensing or electrostimulation, for example. But there has...

Invisible plastics in water

A Washington State University research team has found that nanoscale particles of the most commonly used plastics tend to move through the water supply,...

A less expensive water electrolysis system that works under alkaline conditions

A less expensive water electrolysis system that works under alkaline conditions, A breakthrough into splitting water into its parts could help make renewable energy...

The first system in the world predicts global lake warming

The first system in the world predicts global lake warming, A groundbraking study will enable scientists to better predict lake global warming in the...

The ancient Earth was a water world by exploring the open...

The ancient Earth was a water world by exploring the open ocean crust,  According to geologists, Earth is the aquatic world of a submerged...

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