Heat from the Earth's interior may help sustain life in this bizarre environment.
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Carl Hart is a neuroscientist and Ziff Professor of Psychology at Columbia University—he was the first tenured African-American professor of sciences at Columbia. His research focuses on the “behavioral and neuropharmacological effects of psychoactive drugs in humans.” Hart’s new book,
Seahorses are extremely poor swimmers. Surprisingly, however, they can be found in all of the world´s oceans. On the basis of almost 360 different seahorse genomes, a group of researchers studied how these special fish were able to spread so
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Activists march to Shell's headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, in April 2019, delivering a legal summons to the company. The civil case began Tuesday, with plaintiffs demanding the company reduce its carbon dioxide emissions.; Credit: Koen van Weel/ANP/AFP via
Behold the weirdness that is ice XIX.
Hitachi ABB Power Grids announced that the owners/developers of the 3.6-GW Dogger Bank Wind Farm have selected it to connect the third transmission link from Dogger Bank to the UK mainland. The link is 130 km. Hitachi ABB Power Grid is already delivering the interconnects for Dogger Bank A and B
It's time to rethink this.