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- Moving artificial leaves out of the lab and into the air
- Possibility of recent underground volcanism on Mars
- Climate of North American cities will shift hundreds of miles in one generation
- NASA finds possible second impact crater under Greenland ice
- Discovery of the oldest evidence of mobility on Earth
|Moving artificial leaves out of the lab and into the air
Posted: 12 Feb 2019 01:00 PM PST
Researchers have proposed a design solution that could bring artificial leaves out of the lab and into the environment. Their improved leaf, which would use carbon dioxide — a potent greenhouse gas — from the air, would be at least 10 times more efficient than natural leaves at converting carbon dioxide to fuel.
|Possibility of recent underground volcanism on Mars
Posted: 12 Feb 2019 10:47 AM PST
|Climate of North American cities will shift hundreds of miles in one generation
Posted: 12 Feb 2019 09:00 AM PST
In one generation, the climate experienced in many North American cities is projected to change to that of locations hundreds of miles away — or to a new climate unlike any found in North America today. A new study and interactive web application aim to help the public understand how climate change will impact the lives of people who live in urban areas of the United States and Canada.
|NASA finds possible second impact crater under Greenland ice
Posted: 11 Feb 2019 03:28 PM PST
|Discovery of the oldest evidence of mobility on Earth
Posted: 11 Feb 2019 01:40 PM PST
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