Researchers At Australia’s University Of Newcastle Testing Printed Solar Panels

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May 172017
 

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Researchers at the University of Newcastle in Australia have begun the first large scale test of printed solar panels they have been working on for 15 years. The panels are light, flexible and cost less than conventional solar panels. They ever work in moonlight.

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Belgian researchers on mission off the coast of Antarctica – The Brussels Times

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Apr 102017
 

Belgian researchers on mission off the coast of Antarctica
The Brussels Times
Six researchers from the Free University of Brussels (FUB) and the University of Liège (ULg) left Christchurch, New Zealand on Monday to start the "Pipers" mission (Polynias, Ice Production and Seasonal Evolution in the Ross Sea) off the coast of

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UAB researchers look to Antarctica for the next big drug discovery – AL.com

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Dec 262016
 

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UAB researchers look to Antarctica for the next big drug discovery
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Jim McClintock, UAB's Polar and Marine Biology Endowed Professor, is preparing to make his 24th and 25th visits to Antarctica in 2017. McClintock has been studying Antarctic biology since the 1980s, and while even many biologists had previously assumed …

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Researchers use ‘comminution dating’ to better understand Antarctica’s geological and climatic history – Phys.Org

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Nov 172016
 

Researchers use 'comminution dating' to better understand Antarctica's geological and climatic history
Phys.Org
Although scientists have been studying Antarctica for many years, most research has focused on the conditions of Antarctica as they currently are. Based on this information, scientists have been able to make predictions on both what caused these

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With tiny hats, elephant seals help researchers study Antarctica’s melting ice – Digital Trends

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Aug 242016
 

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With tiny hats, elephant seals help researchers study Antarctica's melting ice
Digital Trends
Seals in tiny hats might conjure up images of the circus or Sea World, but, in Antarctica, elephant seals with hat-like sensors are helping scientists study melting ice. The project to study the temperature and salinity of Antarctica bottom water (AABW
Seals help show how melting ice shelves in East Antarctica affect deep oceanABC Online
How elephant seals in Antarctica are helping to reveal another threat caused by melting iceThe Journal
Seals collect treasure trove of data on ocean currentsCosmos
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Researchers say massive mystery lake may lie below the surface of Antarctica – AOL News

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May 012016
 

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Researchers say massive mystery lake may lie below the surface of Antarctica
AOL News
Over the years, scientists and explorers have learned a great deal about the planet's landmasses, but many of them still hold surprises. A team of researchers has gathered compelling evidence of yet another massive lake resting beneath Antarctica's

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Goodnight, Antarctica: Researchers won’t see sun for six months – Ars Technica

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Mar 202016
 

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Goodnight, Antarctica: Researchers won't see sun for six months
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Goodnight, Antarctica: Researchers won't see sun for six months. NOAA posts a photo of the last sunset at US Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. by Eric Berger – Mar 20, 2016 4:02pm PDT. Share · Tweet · Email · Google · Reddit · 16. The Sun sets over

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Royal Australian Air Force makes final flight into Antarctica from Tasmania to supply researchers – ABC Online

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Feb 202016
 

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Royal Australian Air Force makes final flight into Antarctica from Tasmania to supply researchers
ABC Online
"Royal Australian Air Force successfully moved over 109 tonnes of machinery and cargo both in and out of Antarctica, conducted an air drop of four heliboxes from 500 feet and simulated an emergency aeromedical evacuation," he said. "The opportunity to …
Polar flights highlight our gateway statusThe Mercury
Globemaster conducts Antarctic flightsSBS

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M’sian researchers head to Antarctica to study climate change – Malaysiakini (subscription)

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Dec 072015
 

M'sian researchers head to Antarctica to study climate change
Malaysiakini (subscription)
Next January, eight researchers will follow an expedition to Antarctica under the foundation to study the effects of global climate change on human lives, particularly in Malaysia. The team, headed by Dr Mohamed Huzaimy Jusoh from Universiti Teknologi …

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Curtin University researchers join female only expedition to Antarctica to … – ABC Online

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Oct 282015
 

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Curtin University researchers join female only expedition to Antarctica to
ABC Online
More than 70 female scientists from around the world are preparing for a world-first expedition to Antarctica to study climate change. They are part of a program called Homeward Bound, which aims to bring together 1,000 female scientists from around

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