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Environment

The Problem Of Pollution At The Source

The Problem Of Pollution At The Source

Over the last couple of decades, pollution has become an incredibly common word in the media. Along with climate change, global warming, and all of the other buzzwords, pollution seems to be one of the biggest. As someone working in ...

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The Future Of Building May Be Prefabricated

The Future Of Building May Be Prefabricated

Why Prefabricated Structures Are Worth It It’s not just that prefabricated metal buildings are cost-effective to build, they’re also designed to stand the test of time. There’s a reason such structures are used as far afield as Antarctica. There’s a ...

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Foody Garden Towers And The Future Of Urban Gardening

Foody Garden Towers And The Future Of Urban Gardening

Through their innovative vertical gardening products, Foody Garden Towers aim to provide the world with sustainable food solutions that improve our quality of life, protect the environment and secure our future. The Problem With over half of the world’s 7 ...

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SAFOD Gets to Heart of San Andreas Fault

SAFOD Gets to Heart of San Andreas Fault

Rock sample drilled up from the San Andreas Fault (Source – TGDaily.com) Drilling down into the heart of an earthquake has long been a deep desire for many scientists. Recently, that desire has been obtained as the international team, the ...

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The Roomba Air-Pollution Detector

The Roomba Air-Pollution Detector

The Roomba floor-cleaning robot has been around for a few years now, and while most of us have seen it’s infomercial on late night television, researchers at the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science (PLOTS) and the Rhode Island ...

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Salamanders as an Ecological Indicator

The world’s smallest salamander, pictured here next to a dime, is found in Georgia. (photo courtesy UGA) The California Tiger Salamander is on the verge of extinction (photo courtesy National Geographic Society) Ranging from the tiny Patch-Nosed Salamander with adults ...

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Pre-Industrial Cloud Formation

Pre-Industrial Cloud Formation

Scientists at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts have been exploring the origins of clouds and the chemical composition of the particles that form them. The researchers were able to isolate air from a pristine environment high above a remote region ...

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Ocean Color Predicts Hurricanes

Ocean Color Predicts Hurricanes

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts and at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in Princeton, New Jersey discovered a correlation between the color of ocean water and the paths taken by ...

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