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11/12/2016

Scientists have lost their latest round of hide-and-seek with dark matter, but they're not out of the game.Despite overwhelming evidence that an exotic form of matter lurks unseen in the cosmos, decades of searches have failed to definitively detect
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2/24/2017

UK government subsidises woody biomass found to emit more carbon than coal
E&T: Woody biomass is being heavily subsidised by the UK government, costing hundreds of millions of pounds, even though burning the fuel releases
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2/24/2017

Science: As algae, detritus, and meltwater darken Greenland's ice, it is shrinking ever faster

March 2017 will mark the twenty seventh annual gathering of environmental professionals to the Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air. For the past twenty-six years, this annual conference has helped to bring the environmental science community

Shoup Glacier comparison in 1986 and 2016 Landsat images.  The glacier retreated 1900 m in this interval.  Red arrow is 1986 terminus, yellow arrow the 2016 terminus, green arrow rock rib emerging from beneath glacier, purple dots a landslide deposi

Everyone (in California, at least) has seen those clips that get run every winter of the snow surveys: people walking out into a white-blanketed meadow to shove a pole into the snow and record the depth. Or, in the case of the 2015 broadcast, walkin

Some of the nation's biggest scientific organizations, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Geophysical Union, are partnering with grass-roots organizers to plan the March for Science, an Earth Day rally

NASA officials discuss Trump’s push for first-term moon mission
NASA generally proceeds slowly and incrementally — especially when human beings are blasted into space. But President Trump apparently wants to do something bold with the space program, and his team has asked NASA to consider speeding up a long-plan

Think you know how many days are in a year? Think again.
One of the great joys and headaches of writing about science for a D.C. audience is that there are a lot of brilliant people reading: engineers at NASA, doctors for the National Institutes of Health, paleontologists at the Smithsonian, etc. And they

John Holdren on Friday rejoined the Massachusetts-based Woods Hole Research Center as a senior adviser to its president. Holdren has also been re-appointed to his position as a professor of environmental science and policy at the Harvard Kennedy Sch



    New Power Converter for Internet of Things Reduces Resting Power Consumption by 50 Percent

    New Power Converter for Internet of Things Reduces


    Yale Study Probes the Link Between Common Blood Clotting Conditions

    Yale Study Probes the Link Between Common Blood


    Polar Algae Survive More Than a Year in Space

    Polar Algae Survive More Than a Year in Space


    John Glenn still inspires 55 years after his 1st orbit

    John Glenn still inspires 55 years after his 1st


    Portable XRF chemostratigraphy of a paleo-glacial foreland basin, the Nanaimo Lowlands, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

    Portable XRF chemostratigraphy of a paleo-glacial




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