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New discovery reveals unexpected ocean algae help cool the Earth

By University of East Anglia A common type of ocean algae plays a significant role in producing a massively abundant compound that helps cool the…
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Safeguarding peer review to ensure quality at scale

By Mirjam Eckert, Chief Publishing Officer | Frontiers In the context of climate emergency, making scientific research open has never been more important. But for…
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Keeping the lights on

By Osaka University Researchers at Osaka University study the impact of carbon impurities on the quality of gallium nitride crystals, and determine the threshold concentration…
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Tiny tropical puddle frogs show that protecting genetic variation is essential for animals to survive the climate crisis

By Angharad Brewer Gillham | Frontiers The climate crisis is changing habitats quickly, forcing animals to adapt to catch up. Populations of a species that…
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Fighting fires from space in record time: how AI could prevent a repeat of Australia’s devastating wildfires

By University of South Australia Australian scientists are getting closer to detecting bushfires in record time, thanks to cube satellites with onboard AI now able…
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Exploring three frontiers in marine biomass and blue carbon capture

By Boston University A new study offers first-time insights into three emerging climate innovations to safeguard or increase the carbon naturally captured by ocean and…
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25 years of the deep-sea observatory AWI-HAUSGARTEN

By Alfred-Wegener-Institut For the past 25 years, the Alfred Wegener Institute has operated a long-term observatory in the Arctic deep sea: the HAUSGARTEN. Located between…
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Electrified charcoal ‘sponge’ can soak up CO2 directly from the air

By University of Cambridge Researchers have developed a low-cost, energy-efficient method for making materials that can capture carbon dioxide directly from the air. Researchers from…
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Rapid urbanization in Africa transforms local food systems and threatens biodiversity

By Bettina Greenwell, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA ) Urbanization in Africa is accelerating quickly, showing no signs of slowing down. An international…
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People are altering decomposition rates in waterways

By Leigh Hataway, University of Georgia Faster decomposition could exacerbate greenhouse gas emissions, threaten biodiversity Humans may be accelerating the rate at which organic matter…
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First use of weather forecasts to show human impact on extreme weather is ‘transformational’, Oxford scientists say

By University of Oxford National forecasting centres like the Met Office could apply the same tools used for weather forecasting to quantify how human behaviour…
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Prenatal exposure to air pollution associated with increased mental health risks

By University of Bristol A baby’s exposure to air pollution while in the womb is associated with the development of certain mental health problems once…
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