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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Strums & Strides Hits Antarctica – Georgetown University The Hoya

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Feb 242017
 

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Strums & Strides Hits Antarctica
Georgetown University The Hoya
Studying at Georgetown's School of Medicine is not an easy task. Running marathons on every continent, including Antarctica, is another feat entirely. However, for Nick Stukel (GRD '18, MED '18), these very challenges are at the heart of his initiative

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Fracking wastewater is mostly natural brine, university study says

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Nov 032016
 

Wastewater from fracking sites is mostly natural brine, according to a recent university study in a story at phys.org: “Naturally occurring brines, not man-made fracking fluids, account for most of the wastewater coming from hydraulically fractured …
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Fracking wastewater – nothing to worry about, finds Duke University research

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Oct 202016
 

DURHAM, N.C. – Multiple concerns have been raised in the past over the chemicals used and subsequent wastewater generated during the hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, process. Yet a new study from Duke University suggests that naturally occurring …
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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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University Of Edinburgh Commits To Divestment Within 6 Months

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May 272015
 

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Within a fortnight of publicly declaring that it would not completely divest from fossil fuel investments, Scotland’s University of Edinburgh has announced that it intends to divest from three of the world’s biggest fossil fuel producers. Earlier this month, the University of Edinburgh released the results of the Fossil Fuels Review Group, which aimed to “consider the

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St Andrews University graduate enjoys bikini dip in Antarctica – The Courier

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Dec 292014
 

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St Andrews University graduate enjoys bikini dip in Antarctica
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Amy Kincaid, 23, from Oban, has taken up the job with the UK Antarctica Heritage Trust (UKAHT) for four months, and in a new blog from the remote spot said she had taken the plunge in the sea, where even at this time of year the temperature is barely

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Global Warming’s Influence On Extreme Weather – University Herald

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Dec 152014
 

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Global Warming's Influence On Extreme Weather
University Herald
Global Warming (Photo : flickr.com) Extreme climate and weather events such as record high temperatures, intense downpours and severe storm surges are becoming more common in many parts of the world. Many believe this is a result of global warming.
Weather Bombs, Polar Vortex: Global Warming's Influence On Extreme WeatherScience 2.0
Research eyes global warming-extreme weather linksSummit County Citizens Voice
Does global warming cause extreme weather?Zee News

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Far above Antarctica, Princeton’s ‘spacecraft’ seeks traces of the early universe – Princeton University

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Sep 262014
 

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Far above Antarctica, Princeton's 'spacecraft' seeks traces of the early universe
Princeton University
Then again, the arduous trip awaiting the enormous orb — which will ascend far above Antarctica to capture images of the early universe's remnants — leaves little room to hope for its safe return. Constructed primarily in Princeton's Jadwin Hall
The University's stratospheric spacecraft project, SPIDER, is set to begin its The Daily Princetonian

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Fracking Doesn’t Cause Significant Quakes, University Study Says – Bloomberg

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Apr 182013
 

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Fracking Doesn't Cause Significant Quakes, University Study Says
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Hydraulic fracturing is not a significant mechanism for inducing felt earthquakes,” Richard Davies, director of the U.K. university's energy institute, said today in a statement. “The size and number of felt earthquakes caused by fracking is low
Fracking 'not significant' cause of large earthquakesBBC News
Fracking 'Not Significant' in Causing Earth TremorsRigzone
5 Fracking Plays With Strong Performance And GrowthSeeking Alpha
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