These autonomous sailing drones help researchers forecast extreme weather – CNBC

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Apr 262018
 

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These autonomous sailing drones help researchers forecast extreme weather
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Oceanic researchers are turning to autonomous sea drones to help them forecast extreme weather and understand the world's changing weather patterns. The 23-foot-long drones are made by Bay Area start-up Saildrone. Each Saildrone can be outfitted with a

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Freezing for science: UK researchers return from Antarctica – Kykernel.com

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Mar 272018
 

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Freezing for science: UK researchers return from Antarctica
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Dr. Nicholas Teets and Leslie Potts spent the winter in Antarctica studying the Antarctic midge, an insect that may be the answer to cryopresevation. Photo provided by Dr. Nicholas Teets and Leslie Potts. Two staff members from UK's Department of

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Researchers Develop Online Game To Inoculate Against Fake News

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Feb 232018
 

fake news inoculation gameResearchers at the University of Cambridge have created an online game to help people detect and deflect fake news. With so much misinformation being tossed around about climate change, this could be a very useful tool for those who actually care to think for themselves.

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Climate Change Has Quadrupled Ocean ‘Dead Zones,’ Researchers Warn

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Jan 062018
 

The size of oxygen-starved ocean “dead zones,” where plants and animals struggle to survive, has increased fourfold around the world, according to a new scientific analysis. The growth of the zones is yet another consequence of global warming …

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Researchers find secret, warm oasis beneath Antarctica’s ice that could be home to undiscovered species – National Post

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Sep 092017
 

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Researchers find secret, warm oasis beneath Antarctica's ice that could be home to undiscovered species
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Deep within Antarctica's ice caves, a group of scientists may have discovered a secret ecosystem of plants and animals being supported by the warmth of an active volcano. Although average year-long temperatures on Ross Island hover around -17C, …
Scientists are closing in on warm caves under Antarctica which could support secret lifeBusiness Insider
Newly Discovered Caves in Antarctica Could House Unknown LifeU.S. News & World Report
"Lost World!" —Antarctica's Unexplored Volcano Caves Harbor Unknown SpeciesThe Daily Galaxy (blog)
Laboratory Equipment –International Business Times –Popular Mechanics
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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space … – St. Louis Public Radio

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Sep 042017
 

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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space …
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In November, a team of scientists from Washington University and NASA will head to Antarctica to launch a device that will help them study space radiation.

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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space radiation – St. Louis Public Radio

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Sep 032017
 

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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space radiation
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In November, a team of scientists from Washington University and NASA will head to Antarctica to launch a device that will help them study space radiation. When massive stars die, they create explosions known as supernovas. Researchers theorize that

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researchers test cars and planes in extreme weather conditions … – Designboom

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Jul 272017
 

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researchers test cars and planes in extreme weather conditions …
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located in building 440 on eglin air force base in florida, the mckinley climatic laboratory was built in 1944 as a cold-weather testing facility suggested by ashley …

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Harvard Researchers Report Long Life Breakthrough For Flow Batteries

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Jun 132017
 

January New Energy Capacity All Renewable in US

January New Energy Capacity All Renewable in USResearchers at Harvard have created a flow battery that is non-toxic, non-corrosive, and has an extremely long life. Could this be the breakthrough the world has been waiting for?

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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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