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Protein identified in certain microalgae changes conversation about climate change

Originally Published by EurekAlert! – Earth Science

(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) High-profile science behind climate change and carbon recycling takes a new turn as researchers find a protein in a major group of phytoplankton that keeps them alive in stressed environments in the ocean.

Why food labels are wrong about calories

Originally Published by EarthSky

OK you can trust this food label. But calories? Forget it. Photo credit: Bryan Kennedy

Cutting toxic waste: All shook up for greener chemistry

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Solvent-free chemistry, more common in Europe and Asia, is gaining notice among American manufacturers due to environmental concerns and rising costs in reducing toxic waste. Chemists are now examining trends and benefits of mechanochemistry.

Mud-Fueled Smart Sensors for the Bottom of the Ocean

Originally Published by IEEE Spectrum Recent Content

Engineers power a microprocessor-equiped sensor platform using dirt, germs, and a lack of air
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