Publications in ETHIOPIA


Now We Can Charge An Aircraft Wirelessly From The Ground While It’s In Flight

Now We Can Charge An Aircraft Wirelessly From The Ground While It’s In

Important Media

The dream of flying while recharging wirelessly from afar, or that of bringing electricity down from the stratosphere, has long been cherished.

11/19/2018

Eritrea-Ethiopia peace leads to a refugee surge

IRIN

A group of Eritreans lines up outside a small, green army tent surrounded by yellow scrubland at the top of a ridge marking the Ethiopia-Eritrea

11/16/2018

Measurement of methylated metabolites using Liquid Chromatography-Mass

Royal Society of Chemistry

Anal. Methods, 2018, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C8AY02168F, PaperChandrashekar R Ambati, Venkatrao Vantaku, Sri Ramya Donepudi, Chandra

11/16/2018

Sarah Smarsh covers Kansas and ‘Being Broke in the Richest Country on

ClimateProgress.org

I first came across Sarah Smarsh’s writing four years ago, when she published an essay called “Poor Teeth.” “I am bone of the bone of them that

11/9/2018

Calgary Central Library is wrapped in a striking, snowflake-like

Inhabitat

Calgary’s new Central Library has just opened its doors to the public — and it’s a thing of elegant, energy-efficient beauty. International

11/8/2018

Imaging Lithospheric Discontinuities Beneath the Northern East African

Wiley

Abstract Imaging the lithosphere is key to understand mechanisms of extension as rifting progresses. Continental rifting results in a

11/7/2018

Saturday AM

Australian Broadcast Company

On Saturday's AM: Authorities in Florida have arrested a 56-year old man suspected of being behind a spate of mail bombs sent to prominent

10/27/2018

The song of climate change: Antarctic ice shelf sings

New Zealand Hearld

Antarctica's vast Ross Ice Shelf has been captured "singing" in remarkable new observations – something that could help scientists to monitor

10/20/2018
Scientists Study Ice Shelf by Listening to Its Changing Sounds

Scientists Study Ice Shelf by Listening to Its Changing Sounds

EcoWatch

By Marlene CimonsResearchers monitoring vibrations from Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf were flabbergasted not long ago to hear something

10/19/2018

Scientists capture eerie seismic howl of Antarctic ice shelf

Australian Broadcast Company

Researchers record the Ross Ice Shelf's natural soundtrack — usually inaudible to the human ear — and it could help them monitor changes from

10/18/2018

Top Tags


Tropics Could Face Six Climate Disasters at Once by 2100

Climate

Tropics Could Face Six Climate Disasters at Once by 2100

Zinke Blames ‘Radical Environmentalists’ for Historic California Wildfire

Climate

Zinke Blames ‘Radical Environmentalists’ for Historic California Wildfire

Winds and Wildfires in California: 4 Factors to Watch That Increase Danger

Water Supply

Winds and Wildfires in California: 4 Factors to Watch That Increase Danger

13 Pounds of Plastic Found in Dead Sperm Whale

Animals

13 Pounds of Plastic Found in Dead Sperm Whale

Allergen Alert: Ragweed Is Spreading to New Regions

Climate

Allergen Alert: Ragweed Is Spreading to New Regions

What Should We Know About Wildfires in California

Climate

What Should We Know About Wildfires in California