In the first stage of photosynthesis, cyanobacteria use light energy to split water into protons, electrons and oxygen with the help of a protein complex called Photosystem II. Photosystem II is made …
It’s cold but it’s a “dry cold”; a persistent wind flow out of Canada whipping up stinging wind chills, making it impossible for moisture from the Gulf of Mexico to reach … Since that time, the whol…
Early start Antarctica experience for curious UOW kids these holidays
July has been declared Antarctica month at the University of Wollongong's Early Start Discovery Space. The Antarctic-themed experience for young children was launched on Friday, just in time for the school holidays. “Antarctica: Field Research” comes …
Mark Blazis: Extreme weather to blame for early rising ticks
Extreme weather continues to impact us. While three nor'easters in two weeks have blasted the region, record warmth in February had previously melted ice on lakes and ponds, duped many species into thinking it was spring, and awoke millions of ticks to …
The German vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) company Lilium just won the “Early Stage Company of the Year” Global CleanTech 100 award, which is recognizing their early work on electric aircraft mobility and potential leadership for initial market share
HOUSTON – (Jan. 5, 2018) – The geopolitical risks to the United States’ oil supply are the lowest since the early 1970s, due to fracking, climate action and … guarantees for America’s Persian Gulf allies remain important, enhanced U.S. oil …
Scientists say these large earthquakes were caused by injections of wastewater from fracking sites into deep underground wells, and not by fracking operations closer to the surface. “These were some of the first earthquakes related to shale-gas …
fracking wastewater – BingNews
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acid fracturing and matrix acidizing. The high-pressure process involves injecting large volumes of water, sand and chemicals into rock formations to release oil and natural gas from rock caverns deep underground. Environmentalists says it is too risky a …
fracking acidizing process – BingNews