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Green energy revolution can spark wider benefits

New Geography President of British Science Association to deliver talk at festival Dr Rosie Robison, the new Geography President of the British Science Association, will use her presidential address to explain how the green energy revolution has the potential to provide more than simply a reduction in pollution.Speaking at the British Science Festi...

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NEW RESEARCH SHOWS IT PAYS TO INVEST IN ENVIRONMENTAL STOCKS

 A study by Birkbeck's Department of Management and the University of Sussex Business School shows that stocks in environmentally minded firms fare better than their polluting peers. The stocks of environmentally-minded companies are a better bet for investors than shares in their polluting rivals, reveals a new study by Birkbeck's Department ...

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Task force created to significantly reduce Penn State's carbon emissions

Faculty, staff and students to evaluate Penn State's operational strategies for cutting greenhouse gas outputs and prepare recommendations UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Over the last 15 years, Penn State has cut its carbon emissions by more than 35%, putting the University ahead of schedule to meet its goal of reducing greenhouse gas outputs to 80% below ...

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Giving robots social skills

A new machine-learning system helps robots understand and perform certain social interactions. Robots can deliver food on a college campus and hit a hole-in-one on the golf course, but even the most sophisticated robot can't perform basic social interactions that are critical to everyday human life. MIT researchers have now incorporated certain soc...

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New tech to prevent Li-ion battery fires

Materials scientists from NTU Singapore have found a way to prevent internal short-circuits, the main cause of fires in lithium (Li)-ion batteries. Billions of Li-ion batteries are produced annually for use in mobile phones, laptops, personal mobile devices, and the huge battery packs of electric vehicles and aircraft. This global battery demand is...

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Cloud computing power moves closer to the device.

More and more devices send, receive and process data across multiple industry segments: For example, to enable cars to communicate quickly and directly with each other and with the road infrastructure in the future, we need edge computing and the infrastructure of the new 5G mobile communications technology. Research on this topic is proceeding at ...

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Researchers develop programmable photocatalyst

Chemical reactions can be controlled using coloured light by means of an intelligent photocatalyst developed by researchers at the Chair of Physical Chemistry at FAU and the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces. The colour of the light determines which programmed chemical reactions are triggered by the photocatalyst. The researchers have...

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A cryptography game-changer for biomedical research at scale

Personalized medicine is set to revolutionize healthcare, yet large-scale research studies towards better diagnoses and targeted therapies are currently hampered by data privacy and security concerns. New global collaborative research has developed a solution to these challenges, described in Nature Communications. Predictive, preventive, personali...

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The Vast Little Library Inside of Your Cells

 The human genome can be thought of as a massive library, containing over 20,000 different "instruction manuals": your genes. For example, there are genes which contain information to build a brain cell, a skin cell, a white blood cell, and so on. There are even genes that contain information about regulating the genome itself—like books that ...

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Explanation for Unusual Isotope Patterns

In the Guaymas Basin in the Gulf of California, MARUM researchers detected hydrocarbon gas patterns that could not have been generated by known formation pathways. They were able to simulate the hydrocarbon formation in the laboratory. Their study has now been published. Hydrocarbons, which are an essential component of crude oil and natural gas, f...

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Murray Darling Basin water rights: the psychology of allocation

 Researchers at the University of Adelaide's Adelaide Law School are surveying Murray Darling Basin stakeholders about their beliefs regarding water trading and ownership of water rights to help inform future policy. "There has been much consultation about the legal rights regarding water allocation and ownership but very little research has b...

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