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New DNA, more than a million years older than the previous record, is helping researchers study molecules that were made inside plants and animals 2 million years ago, opening a new window into the history of life on Earth.
Picture this: a saliva-resistant screen slathered in peanut butter. On it flashes graphic images of cartoon moles popping up and down through holes in the earth. A pup stares attentively at the action, using his snout to bop each “mole” as it emerges from its bunker. When he’s successful, the …
AI Clearing has signed a multi-year partnership with PCL Construction’s Solar Division. This partnership will launch the next step in managing solar work with production tracking, quality checks, commissioning and tracking key performance indicators with its AI Surveyor solution. “We are very excited about this partnership with AI Clearing,” says Andrew Moles, solar general manager […]
Dr Anika Molesworth was 12 years old when her parents bought a farm in outback New South Wales in 2000. Although a far cry from her city upbringing in Melbourne, Anika soon fell in love with the arid landscape and farming community.
Small smiles/Shutterstock by Marc Hudson, University of Sussex The idea that a technology called carbon capture and storage (CCS) could catch molecules of CO₂ as they emerge from the chimneys of power stations and factories has been around for more than two decades. Michael Gove, the secretary of state responsible for “levelling up” the UK’s…
A team of researchers from the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) at Georgia Tech announced an exciting development: a compact flow battery cell configuration that minimizes size by as much as 75%, in addition to decreasing costs significantly.
Five new deep-sea squat lobster species have been described by researchers. Using molecular data and microCT, they discovered a wider species distribution range and shallower genetic diversity, implying that the current classification of squat lobsters should be revised.
For the first time, researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam (Germany) examined chloroplast inheritance under a variety of environmental conditions.