• REF15 Notable Articles News that's not on 'The News', that will matter tomorrow; most recent at bottom of each catagory. Most links are to the Press release since the paper may require a fee.
    1. Energy
      1. Bio
        1. Scientists document first consumption of abundant life form, Archaea - News & Research Communications - Oregon State University
        2. Energy-dense biofuel from cellulose close to being economical
        3. Bonus Wall | Shamengo
        4. Penn State Live - Microbes make 'clean' methane
        5. Oil from algae closer to reality through studies by unique collaboration of scientists - AgriLife Today
        6. Garbage bug may help lower the cost of biofuel - ACES News -- College of ACES, University of Illinois
        7. Converting Wood to Bio-Oil
        8. Boosting Galactan Sugars Could Boost Biofuel Production « Berkeley Lab News Center
        9. Run the slurry, fly on grass
        10. Bioenergy KDF
        11. Microalgae could be a profitable source of biodiesel - UAB Barcelona
        12. BNL Newsroom - Recipe for Low-Cost, Biomass-Derived Catalyst for Hydrogen Production
        13. Transportation fuels from woody biomass promising way to reduce emissions - UW Today
        14. PNNL- News - Going green- Nation equipped to grow serious amounts of pond scum for fuel
        15. Less is more- Novel cellulose structure requires fewer enzymes to process biomass to fuel
        16. Revealing Nature’s Cellulase Diversity- The Digestion Mechanism of Caldicellulosiruptor bescii CelA
        17. NREL- News - NREL Finds a New Cellulose Digestion Mechanism by a Fast-eating Enzyme
        18. Algae go in, biocrude oil comes out - Ars Technica
        19. PNNL- News - Algae to crude oil- Million-year natural process takes minutes in the lab
        20. York scientists provide new insights into biomass breakdown - News and events, The University of York
        21. Characterizing Wood-decaying Fungi for Biofuel Production
        22. Purdue News - New conversion process turns biomass 'waste' into lucrative chemical products
        23. BESC, Mascoma develop revolutionary microbe for biofuel production - ornl.gov
        24. BESC creates microbe that bolsters isobutanol production - ornl.gov
        25. Concordia researchers create a technology to harness the electrical energy from algae
        26. A Metabolic Pathway in Cyanobacteria Could Yield Better Biofuels and Bioproducts from Photosynthesis - News Releases - NREL
        27. IU scientists create 'nano-reactor' for the production of hydrogen biofuel - EurekAlert! Science News
        28. Bioenergy KDF
        29. Study- Tiny red crystals that dramatically increase biogas production could reduce need for new coal seam wells - UNSW Science for society
        30. Biofuel Tech Straight from the Farm
        31. Bio Gass
        32. Biopower generation in a microfluidic bio-solar panel
      2. Solar *
        1. Getting more electricity out of solar cells - MIT News Office
        2. This portable solar cooker can make you dinner in 20 minutes - Grist
        3. Solar energy that doesn't block the view - MSUToday - Michigan State University
        4. News - Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering
        5. High Efficiency Achieved for Harvesting Hydrogen Fuel From the Sun using Earth-Abundant Materials
        6. Batteries Included- A Solar Cell that Stores its Own Power - News Room - The Ohio State University
        7. Cheaper silicon means cheaper solar cells - Gemini.no
        8. New Materials Yield Record Efficiency Polymer Solar Cells - NC State News
        9. BNL Newsroom - Solar Cell Polymers with Multiplied Electrical Output
        10. The UPC and Eolgreen design the first public lighting system that runs on solar and wind energy — Sala de Premsa - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
        11. Empa - Towards -printed- organic solar cells and LEDs
        12. New kind of “tandem” solar cell developed - MIT News
        13. Inkjet printing process for Kesterite solar cells
        14. Chemistry student in sun harvest breakthrough – University of Copenhagen
        15. New shortcut to solar cells
        16. Stable Perovskite Solar Cells Developed through Structural Simplification
        17. www.kit.edu-downloads-pi-KIT_P…-_Novel_Organic_Solar_Cells.pdf
        18. UCLA chemists devise technology that could transform solar energy storage - UCLA
        19. New Type of Material for Solar Cells
        20. UT Arlington team develops new storage cell for solar energy storage, nighttime conversion - News Center - UT Arlington
        21. Nanowires give ‘solar fuel cell’ efficiency a tenfold boost
        22. Smarter window materials can control light and energy - EurekAlert! Science News
        23. Featured news - Butterflies heat up the field of solar research - University of Exeter Again, nature give instructions for efficency
        24. Ethylene Production Via Sunlight Opens Door to Future
        25. Artificial Leaf Harnesses Sunlight for Efficient Fuel Production - Caltech
        26. New hybrid solar panel roof slashes energy bills
        27. Micro Photosynthetic Power Cells may be the Green Energy Source for the Next Generation (World Scientific)
        28. A bright future – with algae - Gemini.no
        29. Shining More Light on Solar Panels - Michigan Tech News
        30. Storage advance may boost solar thermal energy potential EurekAlert! Science News
        31. Stanford engineers develop 'invisible wires' that could improve solar cell efficiency
        32. solar cells more effective
        33. Eco-friendly Battery and Solar Cell All-in-One - U.S. DOE Office of Science (SC)
        34. The Artificial Leaf Produces Hydrogen (H2) by Absorbing Sun LightUNIST News Center | UNIST News Center
        35. Major Advance Reveals How Charge Forms in Key Radiation-absorbing Layer within Solar Cells | TOPページヘ表示(RESEARCH) | Information | University of Tsukuba 説明文
        36. Cheaper solar cells with 20.2% efficiency
        37. Solar cells as light as a soap bubble - MIT News
        38. Cheaper nonITO lighting and flexible solar cells
        39. Solar cell material can recycle light to boost efficiency - St John's College, Cambridge
        40. New world record for fullerene-free polymer solar cells- Research news- Research- Linköping University
        41. UNSW takes lead in race for non-toxic, thin-film solar cells - UNSW Newsroom
      3. Unlocking fermentation secrets open the door to new biofuels - Engineering at Illinois
      4. 11 » Process converts human waste into rocket fuel » University of Florida
      5. New technique could harvest more of the sun's energy
      6. Waterloo breakthrough in electric car battery research - Waterloo Stories
      7. Scotland Takes Lead in Race for the World’s First Fossil-Fuel-Free Electric Grid - TakePart
      8. Jet Fuel from Algae- - Oceanus Magazine
      9. Researchers Produce Two Biofuels from a Single Algae - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
      10. UCR Today- Novel Pretreatment Could Cut Biofuel Costs by 30 Percent or More
      11. These superconductors are just getting warmed up - USC News
      12. PNNL- News - Dendrite eraser- New electrolyte rids batteries of short-circuiting fibers
      13. UH Researchers Discover New Material to Produce Clean Energy - University of Houston
      14. New material captures carbon at half the energy cost
      15. Hidden benefits of electric vehicles revealed - Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability - Michigan State University
      16. Virginia Tech researchers' discovery in alternative energy production may be breakthrough for hydrogen-fueled vehicles - Virginia Tech News - Virginia Tech
      17. Bendy battery promises safe, speedy charging - BBC News
      18. Research could usher in next generation of batteries, fuel cells - University of South Carolina
      19. Cobalt film a clean-fuel find
      20. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Home Page
      21. This wind turbine has no blades — and that’s why it’s better
      22. Chemists discover key reaction mechanism behind the highly touted sodium-oxygen battery - EurekAlert! Science News
      23. New 'designer carbon' from Stanford boosts battery performance - Stanford News Release
      24. Re-use of paper sludge via pyrolysis
      25. This giant straw is actually a vertical bladeless wind turbine - TreeHugger
      26. New 'designer carbon' from Stanford engineers boosts battery performance - Engineering
      27. Stanford engineers develop state-by-state plan to convert U.S. to 100% clean, renewable energy by 2050 - Engineering
      28. New nanogenerator harvests power from rolling tires
      29. Powerful, efficient ceramic fuel cells could enable in-home production of electricity from natural gas - Colorado School of Mines - Newsroom
      30. Pouring Fire on Fuels at the Nanoscale - Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University OIST
      31. Sandia National Laboratories- News Releases - Algae nutrient recycling is a triple win
      32. PolyU develops novel eco high performance energy storage device
      33. A micro-supercapacitor with unmatched energy storage performance - INRS
      34. Hydrogen as desired - LMU Munich
      35. From trees to power- McMaster engineers build better energy ..-
      36. Candle soot can power the batteries of electric cars, researchers find
      37. Discovery about new battery overturns decades of false assumptions - News & Research Communications - Oregon State University
      38. Nano power grids between bacteria - Max Planck Society
      39. Synthetic Batteries for the Energy Revolution
      40. An innovative response to the challenge of storing renewable energy
      41. Empa - Empa-MM- -Fool´s Gold Battery-
      42. Vast Energy Value In Human Waste - UNU-INWEH
      43. TUM - TU München- Ewige Jugend für Batterien-
      44. Crack It! New Technology Produces Energy from a Fossil Fuel without Carbon Dioxide - IASS Potsdam A win win win technology.
      45. ORNL, Solid Power sign exclusive license for lithium-sulfur battery tech - ORNL Safer battery with greater power density.
      46. Stanford researcher suggests storing solar energy underground for a cloudy day
      47. Faster groundwater remediation with thermal storage - Wageningen UR
      48. Could metal particles be the clean fuel of the future- - Newsroom - McGill University
      49. Scientists develop diesel that emits far less CO2 – KU Leuven
      50. New process provides renewable fuel - LTU - Luleå University of Technology
      51. PNNL- News - New flow battery offers lower-cost energy storage Cheaper conversion to lower cost
      52. Melting, Coating, and All-Solid-State Lithium BatteriesUNIST News Center | UNIST News Center
      53. Another Better and Cheaper Secondary Battery CatalystUNIST News Center | UNIST News Center
      54. Melting, Coating, and All-Solid-State Lithium BatteriesUNIST News Center - UNIST News Center
      55. A Simple Way to Make Lithium-ion Battery Electrodes that Protect Themselves - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
      56. Researchers prove surprising chemistry inside a potential breakthrough battery - UIC News Center
      57. A Different Way to Make a Cathode May Mean Better Batteries
      58. New Hybrid Electrolyte For Solid-State Lithium Batteries
      59. Technique Matters: A Different Way to Make a Cathode May Mean Better Batteries | Berkeley Lab
      60. Featured news - World is embracing clean energy, says University of Exeter professor - University of Exeter
      61. Helping turn waste heat into electricity
      62. UTA researchers devise one-step process to convert carbon dioxide and water directly into renewable liquid hydrocarbon fuels - News Center - UT Arlington
      63. Here heat is stored as electricity
      64. Here heat is stored as electricity
      65. Griffith News - Carbon leads the way in clean energy
      66. Chinese Researchers Develop New Battery Technology---Chinese Academy of Sciences
      67. Energy recycling heats up
      68. Wind farms' climate impact recorded for first time - BBC News
      69. Research News - New spin Seebeck thermoelectric device with higher conversion efficiency created - Tohoku University Global Site
      70. Bioreactors ready for the big time - ACES News -- College of ACES, University of Illinois
      71. UC Irvine Accidentally Invents a Battery that Lasts Forever - The Drive
    2. Life
      1. Medical *
        1. Exposure During Pregnancy to Common Household Chemicals Associated with Substantial Drop in Child IQ 12-10-2014 - News - Mailman School of Public Health
        2. Germs Are Germs, and Why Not Take a Risk- Patients’ Expectations for Prescribing Antibiotics in an Inner-City Emergency Department
        3. Researchers Identify Non-Gluten Proteins as Targets of Immune Response to Wheat in Celiac Disease - Columbia University Medical Center
        4. Fine particulate air pollution linked with increased autism risk - News ...
        5. Research - Research news - 2015 - Lucid dreams and metacognition- Awareness of thinking - awareness of dreaming
        6. www.usamriid.army.mil-press_releases-Travis_mBio_Feb_10_FINAL.pdf
        7. Protein controls both alcohol craving and organ damage - EurekAlert! Science News
        8. Reality is distorted in brain's maps - EurekAlert! Science News
        9. Brain Imaging Links Language Delay to Chromosome Deletion in Children with Neurological Disorders - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
        10. Autism Genes Activate During Fetal Brain Development
        11. News Release
        12. Autistic features linked to prenatal exposure to fire retardants, phthalates - EurekAlert! Science News
        13. Exposure to endocrine disruptors during pregnancy affects the brain two generations later - EurekAlert! Science News
        14. BBC News - Autism is largely down to genes, twins study suggests
        15. Blood-based genetic biomarkers identify young boys with autism - EurekAlert! Science News
        16. Anglo-Saxon remedy kills hospital superbug MRSA - health - 30 March 2015 - New Scientist
        17. Sound separates cancer cells from blood samples - Penn State University
        18. UCLA study finds characteristic pattern of protein deposits in brains of retired NFL players who suffered concussions - UCLA Health
        19. New evidence supports success of fecal transplants in ...
        20. Protein identified that serves as a “brake” on inflammation
        21. New technique shows shale-drilling additives in drinking-water taps near leak - Penn State University
        22. Rabbit virus improves bone marrow transplants, kills some cancer cells
        23. Impact of environmental exposure to insecticides on the cognitive development of 6 year old children - Salle de presse - Press Room - INSERM
        24. WSU scientists turn white fat into obesity-fighting beige fat - WSU News Washington State University
        25. A Novel Anxiety and Affective Spectrum Disorder of Mind and Body—The ALPIM (Anxiety-Laxity-Pain-Immune-Mood) Syndrome- A Preliminary Report- The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences- Vol 27, No 2
        26. Development of Pulmonary Fibrosis
        27. Ebola vaccine is 'potential game-changer' - BBC News
        28. Scientists have developed an eye drop that can dissolve cataracts - ScienceAlert
        29. New Approach for Making Vaccines Against Deadly Diseases
        30. An all-natural sunscreen derived from algae - American Chemical Society
        31. Scientists Discover How A Single Mutation Can Cause Autism - IFLScience
        32. Scientists discover electrical control of cancer cell growth - UTHealth
        33. UK Researchers Find “Dormant” Parasite Cysts Are Actually Quite Active - College of Medicine
        34. Periodontitis and heart disease- Researchers connect the molecular dots - EurekAlert! Science News
        35. Student targets MRSA after it costs father his leg
        36. What the Inuit can tell us about omega-3 fats and ‘paleo’ diets - Berkeley News
        37. Scientists discover new system for human genome editing with potential to increase power and precision of genome engineering - Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
        38. UCI researchers find biomarker for autism that may aid diagnostics
        39. American Placebo - Newsroom - McGill University
        40. Study- Fracking Industry Wells Associated with Premature Birth
        41. Brain's activity map makes stable 'fingerprint' - BBC News
        42. Sleep controlBrain structure generates pockets of sleep within the brain-
        43. Cure for Type 1 Diabetes Imminent After Harvard Stem Cell Breakthrough - Yahoo News UK
        44. Conservatives Big on Fear, Brain Study Finds
        45. Are cars nanotube factories on wheels-
        46. Characterization of Adults With a Self-Diagnosis of Nonceliac Gluten Sensitivity
        47. Baby’s Cells Can Manipulate Mom’s Body for Decades - Science - Smithsonian
        48. Man Dies After Tapeworm Inside Him Gets Cancer
        49. Brain structure may be root of apathy - University of Oxford
        50. New technique could prevent dangerous biofilms on catheters - EurekAlert! Science News
        51. Antibiotic resistance- World on cusp of 'post-antibiotic era' - BBC News
        52. Brains with autism adapt differently during implicit learning - EurekAlert! Science News
        53. Walking faster or longer linked to significant cardiovascular benefits in older adults - EurekAlert! Science News
        54. Is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity a Real Thing-
        55. No effects of gluten in patients with self-reported non-celiac gluten sensitivity after dietary reduction of fermentable, poorly absorbed, short-ch... - PubMed - NCBI Note the control roup response is definitive!
        56. Scientists who found gluten sensitivity evidence have now shown it doesn't exist - ScienceAlert
        57. Safer way to do gene editing - BBC News
        58. Losing just 1 gram of fat in the pancreas can reverse type 2 diabetes - ScienceAlert
        59. Study confirms- Homophobes are hidden homosexuals - Meaws
        60. A brain link to autism - Harvard Gazette
        61. Substance Abuse and Anxiety Disorders
        62. A single gene spawning multiple disorders- Guoping Feng on Shank3 in autism, schizophrenia - Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
        63. Genome misfolding unearthed as new path to cancer - Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
        64. Salk scientists discover protein factories hidden in human jumping genes - Salk Institute for Biological Studies
        65. Loss of tiny genetic molecules could play role in neurodegenerative diseases - Salk Institute for Biological Studies
        66. Study links food allergies to hyperactive immune system at birth - Yahoo News
        67. Two-for-one bacterial virulence factor revealed - Newsroom - Washington University in St. Louis
        68. Mass. General study points to the first topical treatment for common benign skin lesions - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
        69. Zika-linked condition: WHO declares global emergency - BBC News
        70. Early Poverty Disrupts Link Between Hunger and Eating - Association for Psychological Science
        71. Lipid-based diets effectively combat Alzheimer's disease in mouse model - EurekAlert! Science News
        72. Scientists discover way to potentially track and stop human and agricultural viruses - EurekAlert! Science News
        73. 'Silencer molecules' switch off cancer's ability to spread around body
      2. Yeast Are First Cells Known to Cure Themselves of Prions - UANews
      3. Now researchers can see how unfolded proteins move in the cell - News Bureau - University of Illinois
      4. Predator Versus Prey - The UCSB Current
      5. Of Bugs and Brains - UANews
      6. An Autoregulatory Mechanism Imposes Allosteric Control on the V(D)J Recombinase by Histone H3 Methylation- Cell Reports
      7. Defying Textbook Science, Study Finds New Role for Proteins
      8. NYU Vaccination for Prion worked
      9. Study finds experience of pain relies on multiple brain pathways, not just one - University of Colorado Boulder
      10. YaleNews - Synthetic amino acid enables safe, new biotechnology solutions to global problems
      11. Transient delivery of modified mRNA encoding TERT rapidly extends telomeres in human cells
      12. Chimp Intelligence -Runs In Families,- Environment Less Important, Study Finds - Georgia State University News
      13. Walking on ice takes more than brains - Salk Institute - News Release
      14. Transgender Kids Show Consistent Gender Identity Across Measures - Association for Psychological Science
      15. Mothers can pass traits to offspring through bacteria’s DNA
      16. Page 1 of 3 Genome's tale of “conquer and enslave” By ...
      17. Mutualism variation in the nodulation response to nitrate
      18. BBC News - Shape of eye's 'light pipes' is key to colour sorting
      19. Researchers Rethink How Our Feathered Friends Evolved
      20. SDSC-UCSD Study Uncovers Mechanisms of Cancer-Causing Mutations
      21. Surviving in Hostile Territory | The UCSB Current
      22. www.facebook.com
      23. Dispersant Used to Clean Deepwater Horizon Spill More Toxic to Corals Than the Oil
      24. Reproductive Effects of Bisphenol A (BPA)
      25. Zinc Deficiency Linked to Activation of Hedgehog Signaling Pathway - News & Events
      26. Flourishing faster- how to make trees grow bigger and quicker
      27. Blocking obesity-associated protein stops dangerous fat formation - University of Oxford
      28. Master orchestrator of the genome is discovered, UB stem cell scientists report - University at Buffalo
      29. EARTH- Amber-encased specimen could be oldest known grass - EurekAlert! Science News
      30. 'Pain sensing' gene discovery could help in development of new methods of pain relief - EurekAlert! Science News
      31. Singapore Researchers Discover How DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acid Reaches The Brain
      32. Special fats proven essential for brain growth - EurekAlert! Science News
      33. Stem Cell Switch on the Move
      34. Scientists discover a protein that silences the biological clock - EurekAlert! Science News
      35. 10.1038-nature14432
      36. Researchers Find Missing Link Between the Brain and Immune System - Neuroscience News
      37. Test unravels history of infection - BBC News
      38. Spider and centipede venom evolved from insulin-like hormone - EurekAlert! Science News
      39. The winner doesn’t always take all - ETH Zurich
      40. Increased carbon dioxide levels in air restrict plants ability to absorb nutrients - University of Gothenburg, Sweden
      41. What’s in a name- “Death-associated protein” promotes cancer growth in most aggressive breast cancers
      42. Magnetosensitive neurons mediate geomagnetic orientation in Caenorhabditis elegans - eLife
      43. IU biologists find mistletoe species lacks genes found in all other complex organisms - EurekAlert! Science News
      44. The Commingled Division of Visual Attention-
      45. Darwinian Fisheries - Shrinking Fish Sizes in Exploited Stocks
      46. First comprehensive analysis of the woolly mammoth genome completed - EurekAlert! Science News
      47. Where Iron and Water Mix - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
      48. Environmental changes could impact crops and pollinators - News - Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
      49. Resolving Social Conflict Is Key to Survival of Bacterial Communities
      50. Starvation Effects Handed Down for Generations
      51. Seeing the sunnier side of life – scientists bring a whole new meaning to winter - News and events, The University of York
      52. Omega-3’s are vital for a healthy ocean
      53. BBC - Future - Is another human living inside you
      54. BYU science addressing global environmental problem
      55. Physiologists uncover a new code at the heart of biology- September 2015 News Releases - UT Southwestern, Dallas, Texas
      56. The predator survives – but the ecosystem crashes- Research news- Research- Linköping University
      57. Ancient alga knew how to survive on land before it left water and evolved into first plant - John Innes Centre
      58. Brain’s Wiring Leads to Cognitive Control
      59. A Bayesian observer model constrained by efficient coding can explain 'anti-Bayesian' percepts - Nature Neuroscience - Nature Publishing Group
      60. Nano power grids between bacteria - Max Planck Society
      61. Cells Rhythmically Regulate Their Genes - Caltech
      62. Universität Tübingen - NewsFullview-Landingpage
      63. UCR Today- Study Spells Out Why Some Insects Kill Their Mothers
      64. Illinois - Pineapple genome offers insight into photosynthesis in drought-tolerant plants - Illinois
      65. Scientists at the Institute of Molecular Biology find master switch for brain development
      66. Ultrasound captures rat brain in microscopic 3D - BBC News
      67. Lead poisons '100,000 birds annually' - BBC News
      68. The Genome Analysis Centre - News
      69. structures of dark proteins
      70. The cell's 'coal plant': Fermentation - BBC News
      71. Sea lions exposed to algal toxin show impaired spatial memory -- UC Davis News & Information
      72. Predators key to helping prey adapt to climate change
      73. UAlberta innovation sheds light on how genetic information travels from cell's nucleusDecember 21, 2015Messenger RNA export shown in real time through advanced microscope
      74. Here comes the sun- cellular sensor helps plants find light - Salk Institute for Biological Studies
      75. Salk scientists discover the function and connections of three cell types in the brain - Salk Institute for Biological Studies
      76. UGA ecologist finds another cause of antibiotic resistance UGA Today
      77. Oregon study suggests some gut microbes may be keystones of health - Around the O
      78. Random mutation, protein changes, tied to start of multicellular life - EurekAlert! Science News
      79. Brothers-in-Arms: How a Tumor Suppressor Gene and Chromosome-Protecting Proteins Work Together to Stave Off Cancer | Wistar
      80. Study sheds light on metabolism - The University of Edinburgh
      81. ASU researchers find microbial heat islands in the desert - ASU Now- Access, Excellence, Impact
      82. Lost at sea – fish getting drunk from rising carbon dioxide emissions - UNSW Newsroom
      83. Seeing the Big Picture in Photosynthetic Light Harvesting | Berkeley Lab
      84. Individual and population-level responses to ocean acidification : Scientific Reports
      85. Forests fuel fish growth in freshwater deltas - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      86. Mystery of deep-sea 'purple sock' solved - BBC News
      87. New microbe found thriving deep in the earth - Uppsala University, Sweden
      88. The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World… - Eco Snippets
      89. Scientists discover way to potentially track and stop human and agricultural viruses - EurekAlert! Science News
      90. CNIO scientists have discovered a code of signals that regulates genome duplication - EurekAlert! Science News
      91. Global Shift in Farmed Fish Feed May Impact Nutritional Benefits Ascribed to Consuming Seafood - 2016 - News Releases - News - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
      92. PNNL- News - Microbes may not be so adaptable to climate change
      93. Life Sciences, Time to Eat - News, Features and Discoveries from the Weizmann Institute
      94. Bristol University - News - March- Nitrogen factories in the Cretaceous Oceans
      95. 37 Million Bees Found Dead In Ontario, Canada After Large GMO Corn Field Was Planted – Guardian of Health
      96. Ground-nesting bees on farms lack food, grow smaller
      97. Wealth of unsuspected new microbes expands tree of life - Berkeley News
      98. On-off button for passing along epigenetic ‘memories’ to our children discovered - KurzweilAI
      99. Princeton University - Trees' internal water pipes predict which species survive drought
      100. Giant plankton gains long-due attention - CNRS Web site - CNRS
      101. Dali helps scientists crack our brain code - BBC News
      102. Rainbow-coloured hydrothermal systems show spectrum of extreme life on Earth - Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure
    3. Earth Sciences
      1. Abandoned wells can be 'super-emitters' of greenhouse gas -- ScienceDaily
      2. www.uef.fi - Willow trees are cost-efficient cleaners of contaminated soil - News
      3. BBC News - Volume of world's oldest water estimated
      4. The Greenland Ice Sheet- Now in HD - News Room - The Ohio State University
      5. New range and habitat records for threatened Australian sea snakes raise challenges for conservation
      6. BBC News - Antarctic photo science archive unlocked
      7. Coral reveals long-term link between Pacific winds, global climate - UCAR - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
      8. www.seismosoc.org-society-press_releases-BSSA_105-1_Skoumal_et_al_Press_Release.pdf
      9. Social cost of climate change too low, Stanford scientists say - EurekAlert! Science News
      10. Two Lakes Beneath the Ice in Greenland, Gone Within Weeks - News Room - The Ohio State University
      11. Snack Attack- Bears Munch on Ants and Help Plants Grow
      12. Radiostratigraphy and age structure of the Greenland Ice Sheet - MacGregor - Journal of Geophysical Research- Earth Surface - Wiley Online Library
      13. BBC News - Study- Global warming 'doubles risk' of extreme weather
      14. Smothered oceans- Extreme oxygen loss in oceans accompanied past global climate change -- UC Davis News & Information
      15. JPL - News - Building a Better Weather Forecast- SMAP May Help
      16. Under the surface University of South Carolina
      17. BBC News - Ancient climate records 'back predictions'
      18. Sculpting of an erodible body by flowing water
      19. Shade coffee is for the birds - University of Utah News
      20. Randomness of megathrust earthquakes implied by rapid stress recovery after the Japan earthquake
      21. Pope Francis Has Sent the World a Powerful Message on Climate Change
      22. Reduced rainfall in the northern tropics linked to industrial emissions, research suggests - Durham University
      23. CSU study finds methane emissions vary widely at natural gas gathering and processing sites - SOURCE
      24. Geoengineering report- Scientists urge more research on climate intervention - University of Michigan News
      25. High seas fishing ban could boost global catches, equality
      26. BBC News - Ocean carbon release 'ended last Ice Age'
      27. Warming Pushes Western U.S. Toward Driest Period in 1,000 Years - The Earth Institute - Columbia University
      28. Efficiency of short-lived halogens at influencing climate through depletion of stratospheric ozone - Nature Geoscience - Nature Publishing Group
      29. Featured news - Satellite images reveal ocean acidification from space - University of Exeter
      30. A new paleoprecipitation proxy based on soil magnetic properties: Implications for expanding paleoclimate reconstructions
      31. Sea Level Spiked for Two Years Along NE North America - UANews
      32. First Direct Observation of Carbon Dioxide’s Increasing Greenhouse Effect at the Earth’s Surface - News Center
      33. Pilot plant processes biogenous residues
      34. Family records aid climate study - News -
      35. http---www.physics.utoronto.ca-Icicle_Atlas
      36. Amazon deforestation ‘threshold’ causes species loss to accelerate - University of Cambridge
      37. Same forces as today caused climate changes 1.4 billion years ago
      38. A 17-My-old whale constrains onset of uplift and climate change in east Africa
      39. Sandia National Laboratories- News Releases - Iron rain fell on early Earth, new Z machine data supports
      40. A Stiff New Layer in Earth's Mantle
      41. ‘Warm blob’ in Pacific Ocean linked to weird weather across the U.S. - UW Today
      42. Fragment of continental crust found under south east Iceland - University of Liverpool
      43. Glow in the dark tampons identify sewage pollution in rivers - News releases - News - The University of Sheffield Creativity helps
      44. Warning over aerosol climate fix - BBC News
      45. Global Warming More Moderate Than Worst-Case Models - Duke Environment
      46. SMU-led seismology team reveals Azle findings- - SMU
      47. Partially logged rainforests could be emitting more carbon than assumed
      48. Sentinel satellite reveals Nepal quake movement - BBC News
      49. Study advances new tool in the fight against invasive species
      50. Did dinosaur-killing asteroid trigger largest lava flows on Earth-
      51. Princeton University - Gravity data show that Antarctic ice sheet is melting increasingly faster
      52. Ice cores show 200-year climate lag - BBC News
      53. A model approach for sustainable phosphorus recovery from wastewater - American Society of Agronomy
      54. India drift - MIT News
      55. A climate signal in the global distribution of copper deposits - University of Michigan News
      56. Bacteria the Newest Tool in Detecting Environmental Damage - Tennessee Today
      57. Amber-encased plant could be oldest known grass- Specimen may also preserve a Cretaceous-aged hallucinogen - EARTH Magazine
      58. Historical land use important factor for carbon cycling in northern lakes - Faculty of Scence and Technology - Umeå University, Sweden
      59. How Arctic ozone hole was avoided by Montreal Protocol - BBC News
      60. US scientists- Global warming pause 'no longer valid' - BBC News
      61. Warmer, lower-oxygen oceans will shift marine habitats - UW Today
      62. Is Fracking Safe Now- What the EPA’s Fracking and Drinking Water Study Really Says - The Equation
      63. When trees aren’t ‘green’ - American Society of Agronomy
      64. Plants may run out of time to grow under ongoing climate change -- ScienceDaily
      65. Fighting climate change – with cement - Gemini.no
      66. Increased carbon dioxide levels in air restrict plants ability to absorb nutrients - University of Gothenburg, Sweden
      67. Why big dinosaurs steered clear of the tropics - University of Utah News
      68. A third of the world's biggest groundwater basins are in distress
      69. Toxic algal blooms behind Klamath River dams create health risks far downstream - News & Research Communications - Oregon State University
      70. Oklahoma Earthquakes Linked to Oil and Gas Drilling - School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
      71. U.S. mid-continent seismicity linked to high-rate injection wells - University of Colorado Boulder
      72. Jet contrails affect surface temperatures - Penn State University
      73. What's Really Warming the World- Climate deniers blame natural factors; NASA data proves otherwise
      74. Yosemite forest fire example of possible things to come
      75. Major Midwest flood risk underestimated by as much as five feet, study finds - Newsroom - Washington University in St. Louis
      76. Water used for hydraulic fracturing varies widely across United States - AGU Newsroom
      77. A tale of two (soil) cities - Soil Science Society of America
      78. Creating a stopwatch for volcanic eruptions - ASU News
      79. Study- Groundwater from aquifers important factor in food security - News Bureau - University of Illinois
      80. Record-breaking heavy rainfall events increased under global warming — PIK Research Portal
      81. YaleNews - New timeline links volcanic eruptions to centuries of cold temperature extremes
      82. Where Iron and Water Mix - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
      83. OSU study- Mercury scrubbers at Oregon power plant lower other pollution too - Extension and Agricultural Research News
      84. Sun’s activity controls Greenland temperatures
      85. International report confirms- 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record
      86. Warming slow-down is climate pause - News -
      87. Pesticides found in most pollen collected from foraging bees in Massachusetts - News - Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
      88. El Niño could bring disaster and drought relief to California - LA Times
      89. California 'Rain Debt' Equal to Average Full Year of Precipitation - NASA
      90. Birds, bugs and blanket bogs – scientists warn an entire eco-system is under thr - News and events, The University of York
      91. GMAO - MERRA Atlas
      92. PNNL- News - Tiny grains of rice hold big promise for greenhouse gas reductions, bioenergy
      93. CU-Boulder researchers use wastewater treatment to capture CO2 emissions and produce energy - News Center
      94. Featured news - Crop pests outwit climate change predictions en route to new destinations - University of Exeter
      95. Feed supplement greatly reduces dairy cow methane emissions - Penn State University
      96. Seagrass thrives surprisingly well in toxic sediments - but still dies all over the world
      97. Ancient Flood Volcanoes Could Have Altered Climate
      98. Featured news - Humans responsible for demise of gigantic ancient mammals - University of Exeter
      99. earth -- a global map of wind, weather, and ocean conditions
      100. Gray Swans- Rare but predictable storms could pose big hazards – Princeton Engineering
      101. Enigma of the trees that resist wildfires - BBC News
      102. Current El Nino climate event 'among the strongest' - BBC News
      103. F&ES Study Reveals There are Many More Trees Than Previously Believed
      104. News - Warming Seas and Melting Ice Sheets
      105. News - NASA Zeroes in on Ocean Rise- How Much- How Soon-
      106. Omega-3’s are vital for a healthy ocean
      107. Metal-eating microbes in African lake could solve mystery of Earth's iron deposits - UBC Science - Faculty of Science at the University of British Columbia
      108. Burning remaining fossil fuel could cause 60-meter sea level rise - Carnegie Institution for Science
      109. 478 - The Southwest Pacific reveals some of its secrets - Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD)
      110. Study Shows Phytoplankton Declines in Northern Hemisphere
      111. Scientists solve the riddle of deep ocean carbon - News - National Oceanography Centre - from coast to deep ocean
      112. Griffith News - Loss of ocean predators impacts on climate change
      113. Large trees—key climate influencers—die first in drought
      114. Gulf Stream Ring Water Intrudes onto Continental Shelf Like -Pinocchio's Nose- - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
      115. Trade in invasive plants is blossoming - ETH Zurich
      116. Cacti facing extinction, study warns - BBC News
      117. Bacteria in the world’s oceans produce millions of tonnes of hydrocarbons each year - University of Cambridge
      118. Wheat choice has lasting effect on soil health & wheat yield - John Innes Centre
      119. Mad cow disease changed the diet of the Galician wolf - EurekAlert! Science News
      120. Waste water treatment plants fail to completely eliminate new chemical compounds - EN-Content - The University of the Basque Country - UPV-EHU
      121. NOAA declares third ever global coral bleaching event
      122. State of the Climate - National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
      123. Connection between Carbon Cycles, Climate Trends
      124. New insights into the dynamics of past climate change - University of Cambridge
      125. Rising seas will drown mangrove forests - UQ News - The University of Queensland, Australia
      126. Biodiversity stabilizes ecosystems during climate extremes - Discover - University of Minnesota
      127. Bubble plumes off Washington, Oregon suggest warmer ocean may be releasing frozen methane - UW Today
      128. Antarctic Maximum Sea Ice Extent Breaks Streak of Record Highs - NASA
      129. Leuphana Universität Lüneburg- Drug Residues in Wastewater- Private Households Mainly Responsible
      130. NASA Studying 2015 El Niño Event As Never Before - NASA
      131. Life on Earth likely started at least 4.1 billion years ago — much earlier than scientists had thought - UCLA
      132. Beavers take a chunk out of nitrogen in Northeast rivers - American Society of Agronomy
      133. PNNL- News - California 2100- More frequent and more severe droughts and floods likely
      134. Ocean Heat Content Reveals Secrets of Fish Migration Behaviors - The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami
      135. Fish farming gobbles up phosphorus - Gemini.no
      136. Measuring the impacts of severe wildfires in the Arctic - NAU News - NAU News
      137. Permafrost warming in parts of Alaska 'is accelerating' - BBC News
      138. Deep-sea bacteria could help neutralize greenhouse gas
      139. Research reveals trees help protect river habitats - News - Cardiff University
      140. Traces of enormous solar storms in the ice of Greenland and Antarctica - Lund University
      141. Study shows thawing permafrost quickly turns into CO2, a climate concern News Center
      142. If a major economy takes the lead, warming could be limited to 2°C — PIK Research Portal
      143. Universität Tübingen - NewsFullview-Landingpage
      144. Scientists develop a new method for predicting volcanic eruptions
      145. Nordic Seas cooled 500.000 years before global oceans - Uni Research
      146. GSA press release - LIPs and Extinctions
      147. New report confirms robustness of global warming temperature data - News and events, The University of York
      148. Scientists map source of Northwest’s next big quake - Berkeley News
      149. Illinois | Supervolcanoes likely triggered externally, study finds | Illinois
      150. CHG - News - New CHG Article in 'Climate Dynamics'
      151. CHG - News - Katherine Grace Interview on Birthweight Paper
      152. Climate Change is Moving Mountains, Research Says
      153. Warming set to breach 1C threshold - BBC News
      154. New Drought Atlas Maps 2,000 Years of Climate in Europe - The Earth Institute - Columbia University
      155. New report finds human-caused climate change increased the severity of many extreme events in 2014
      156. Ancient ocean and atmosphere drive climate seesaw - ANU
      157. Maximum rates of climate change are systematically underestimated in the geological record - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      158. Idea of slow climate change in the earth’s past misleading › FAU.EU
      159. Iron and dust impacted early life and continue to
      160. Massive northeast Greenland glacier is rapidly melting, UCI-led team finds
      161. Seismic slip on an upper-plate normal fault during a large subduction megathrust rupture - Nature Geoscience - Nature Publishing Group
      162. Eocene temperature spike caused by half as much CO2 as once thought - Science News
      163. Mapping the Earth’s hidden groundwater - The Ring
      164. The global volume and distribution of modern groundwater - Nature Geoscience - Nature Publishing Group
      165. Small landscape changes can mean big freshwater gains
      166. New global heat records set for October and year-to-date - Yahoo News
      167. Low-oxygen ‘dead zones’ in North Pacific linked to past ocean-warming events - News and Research Communications - Oregon State University
      168. Flex satellite will map Earth's plant glow - BBC News
      169. Warm water is mixing up life in the Arctic - AWI
      170. Illinois - Export of wood pellets from US to EU more environmentally friendly than coal - Illinois
      171. Climate study finds evidence of global shift in the 1980s - Plymouth University
      172. EGU - News & Press - Revealing glacier flow with animated satellite images
      173. Featured news - Don’t forget plankton in climate change models, says study - University of Exeter
      174. Rapid plankton growth in ocean seen as sign of carbon dioxide loading - Hub
      175. Extreme heatwaves may hit Europe in the short term - JRC Science Hub - European Commission
      176. Sediment buried in Oregon Coast Range points to a frosty past - Around the O
      177. Top ten European heatwaves since 1950 and their occurrence in the coming decades - IOPscience
      178. Research shows reality of runaway ice loss in Antarctica - Victoria University of Wellington
      179. Global warming disaster could suffocate life on planet Earth, research shows — University of Leicester
      180. Waters are more polluted than tests say
      181. New study raises the global human freshwater footprint - Stockholm University
      182. GSA press release - Geosphere
      183. Mystery of arsenic release into groundwater solved | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
      184. Stanford scientists develop 'Shazam for earthquakes' | Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
      185. Faster groundwater remediation with thermal storage - Wageningen UR
      186. Greenland Glaciers Retreating Faster than Any Time in Past 9,500 Years
      187. The geography of Antarctica’s underside - Newsroom - Washington University in St. Louis
      188. Feeding food waste to pigs could save vast swathes of threatened forest and savannah - EurekAlert! Science News
      189. Trees either hunker down or press on in a drying and warming western U.S. climate UW Today
      190. Trees either hunker down or press on in a drying and warming western U.S. climate UW Today
      191. Obliquity pacing of the western Pacific Intertropical Convergence Zone over the past 282,000 years - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      192. New Research Shows Earth’s Tilt Influences Climate Change
      193. NASA Studies High Clouds, Saharan Dust from EPIC View - NASA
      194. When Trees Die, Water Slows
      195. Cryosat captures Greenland's shifting shape - BBC News
      196. Extinction of large animals could make climate change worse - Press Release - UEA
      197. US wild bee numbers decline as land is converted for biofuel - BBC News
      198. New kind of hydrothermal vent system found in Caribbean - University of Southampton
      199. Dating historic activity at Oso site shows recurring major landslides - UW Today
      200. Linking climate change to natural disasters influences charitable aid
      201. Temperatures Rose Above Freezing at the North Pole Today
      202. Mild, wet December breaks Met Office weather records - BBC News
      203. Freak heatwave pushes temperatures at North Pole above freezing
      204. Study finds 'frictional heat' as a new trigger for explosive eruptions - University of Liverpool News - University of Liverpool
      205. Rice and palm oil risk to mangroves - BBC News
      206. new digital geologic map
      207. Redirected flood waters lead to unintended consequences
      208. Droughts hit cereal crops harder since 1980s - Newsroom - McGill University
      209. The Anthropocene- hard evidence for a human-driven Earth
      210. Fish species, rural livelihoods threatened by new dams on world's largest rivers - Virginia Tech News - Virginia Tech
      211. Human impact has pushed Earth into the anthropocene, scientists say
      212. Earth and Space Research- Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) index
      213. Satellites dissect Nepal quake - BBC News
      214. New interactive map compares carbon footprints of Bay Area neighborhoods - Berkeley News
      215. Study Finds High Melt Rates on Antarctica’s Most Stable Ice Shelf | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego
      216. Global fishing catch significantly under-reported, says study - BBC News
      217. To clean up ocean plastics focus on coasts, not the Great Pacific garbage patch
      218. Greenhouse gas can escape the deep ocean in surprising way, new study says - News & Press - Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium
      219. New research- Damon Matthews maps local climate changes due to global CO2 emissions
      220. ASU researchers find microbial heat islands in the desert - ASU Now- Access, Excellence, Impact
      221. UK floods- Drone provides researchers with unique data - BBC News
      222. NASA, NOAA Analyses Reveal Record-Shattering Global Temperatures - NASA
      223. Climate change- 2015 'shattered' global temperature record by wide margin - BBC News
      224. Lost at sea – fish getting drunk from rising carbon dioxide emissions - UNSW Newsroom
      225. Record warm years almost certainly due to human-made climate change — PIK Research Portal
      226. New study compares shallow earthquakes and deeper tremors along southern San Andreas fault | EurekAlert! Science News
      227. Environmental Performance Index Reveals Dire State of Fisheries, Worsening Air Pollution
      228. 2015 smashed heat records
      229. Industrial-era global ocean heat uptake doubles in recent decades Nature Climate Change Nature Publishing Group
      230. Wildlife win when cash takes edge off “park vs. people” conservation conflict | Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability | Michigan State University
      231. Recent summer temperatures in Europe are likely the warmest of the last 2 millennia | IOP Publishing
      232. Individual and population-level responses to ocean acidification : Scientific Reports
      233. How does your garden grow? Traditional planting of fruit trees promotes animal diversity in the Malaysian rainforest - The University of Nottingham
      234. Two irrational responses to climate change- Witch hunts and denial - LA Times
      235. New 'early warning sign' for volcanic eruptions - BBC News
      236. Study Shows North Atlantic Ocean CO2 Storage Doubled Over Last Decade - The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami
      237. Greenland ice sheet releasing “Mississippi River” worth of phosphorus - AGU Newsroom
      238. Long-Term Global Warming Requires External Drivers - Nicholas School
      239. Study sheds light on Antarctic ice loss - News -
      240. Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences -- Orcutt's expedition finds signs of life in Earth's mantle
      241. Engaging Locals More Beneficial to Forests - Al Jazeera America
      242. Forests fuel fish growth in freshwater deltas - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      243. 'Wrong type of trees' in Europe increased global warming - BBC News
      244. Bears hibernate 'with bacterial help' - BBC News
      245. Catastrophic failure of South American Ice Age dam changed Pacific Ocean circulation and
      246. Climate change will delay transatlantic flights - IOP Publishing
      247. 489 - Half of the Amazonian tree species are endangered - Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD)
      248. Estrogen, antibiotics persisted in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment, research finds - University at Buffalo
      249. Researchers find new cause of strong earthquakes - Penn State University
      250. Gravitational waves- Numbers don't do them justice - BBC News
      251. Einstein's gravitational waves 'seen' from black holes - BBC News
      252. Central Appalachia Flatter Due to Mountaintop Mining - Duke Today
      253. Breaking the Strongest Link Triggered Big Baja Earthquake - UC Davis
      254. How Climate Change Will Affect Western Groundwater - UANews
      255. -Ice age blob- of warm ocean water discovered south of Greenland - CAGE - CAGE
      256. 60 years after pioneering survey, Wisconsin prairies are changing rapidly
      257. Multiple Cosmic Impacts 790,000 Years Ago
      258. New evidence confirms human activities drive global warming - JRC Science Hub - European Commission
      259. Antarctic Ice Sheet is More Vulnerable to CO2 than Expected - Office of News & Media Relations - UMass Amherst
      260. Sea Levels Rising at Fastest Rate of 2,800 Years - Al Jazeera America
      261. UCI maps methane leaks across Los Angeles Basin
      262. Human influence on climate dates back to 1930s, new research finds - AGU Newsroom
      263. NRS News- Radical Change Projected for Northern Forests is Rooted in Past, Current Management
      264. Eastern U.S. forests more vulnerable to drought than before 1800s - Penn State University
      265. Most Recent Middle East Drought Was Worst in 900 Years- NASA
      266. Science can now link climate change with some extreme weather events - Penn State University
      267. Science can now link climate change with some extreme weather events - Penn State University
      268. Satellite gravity gradient grids for geophysics - Scientific Reports
      269. Shock compression research shows hexagonal diamond could serve as meteor impact marker - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
      270. Bristol University - News - March- Nitrogen factories in the Cretaceous Oceans
      271. Science can now link climate change with some extreme weather events - Penn State University
      272. Unaccounted for Arctic microbes appear to be speeding up glacier melting
      273. Scientists Part the Clouds on How Droplets Form - Berkeley Lab
      274. 'Drastic' Antarctic melt could double global sea-level rise - BBC News
      275. Climate Change- Greenland Melting Tied to Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice - Media Relations
      276. Ocean temps predict U.S. heat waves 50 days out, study finds - UCAR - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
      277. New Study Shows Desert Mangroves Are Major Source of Carbon Storage - Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego
      278. 2016 Arctic Sea Ice Wintertime Extent Hits Another Record Low - NASA
      279. Better Global Ocean Management - The UCSB Current
      280. In search of compromise among climate risk management strategies - Penn State University
      281. The Moon thought to play a major role in maintaining Earth's magnetic field - CNRS Web site - CNRS
      282. Tracking ‘marine heatwaves’ since 1950 – and how the ‘blob’ stacks up - UW Today
      283. Reduced Oxygen During Ice Age Sheds Light on ‘Missing’ Carbon Dioxide NEWS of the College of Arts & Sciences at Syracuse University
      284. Pickering leaky dams flood prevention scheme 'a success' - BBC News
      285. Study- Ancient tectonic activity was trigger for ice ages - MIT News
      286. Accounting for Volcanoes Using Tools of Economics
      287. Giant plankton gains long-due attention - CNRS Web site - CNRS
      288. EGU - News & Press - 1.5°C vs 2°C global warming – new study shows why half a degree matters
      289. Wind farms' climate impact recorded for first time - BBC News
      290. Oceanic transport of surface meltwater from the southern Greenland ice sheet - Nature Geoscience - Nature Publishing Group
      291. UTA research demonstrates that groundwater quality changes alongside the expansion of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling - UTA News Center
      292. Early citizen scientists collected rare ice data, confirm warming since industrial revolution - York Media Relations
      293. Hi-tech opens up Earth's secrets - JCU Australia
    4. Sciences
      1. New ‘High-Entropy’ Alloy Is As Light As Aluminum, As Strong as Titanium Alloys - NC State News Major advance in metal technology.
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      3. BBC News - Age of stars is pinned to their spin
      4. Death of a dynamo – a hard drive from space - University of Cambridge
      5. BBC News - Scientists slow the speed of light
      6. Another Carbon form
      7. Scientists bring oxygen back to dead fjord
      8. World’s Oldest Cheese Dates to 1615 B.C. - Archaeology Magazine
      9. Mystery solved- Why seashells’ mineral forms differently in seawater - MIT News
      10. New membranes deliver clean water more efficiently - The Melbourne Newsroom
      11. Star's birth glimpsed 'in real time' - BBC News
      12. Sun experiences seasonal changes, new research finds - UCAR - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
      13. Fermilab - Newsroom - Press Releases - April 13, 2015- Mapping the cosmos- Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter
      14. Assessment questions plastics' non-hazardous ranking - BBC News
      15. Multifractals suggest the existence of an unknown physical mechanism on the Sun - EurekAlert! Science News
      16. Feathery fossils peg early birds to even earlier date - BBC News
      17. If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel - A tediously accurate map of the solar system Graphic example to help understanding.
      18. Graphene gets bright- World's thinnest lightbulb developed
      19. Physicists shatter stubborn mystery of how glass forms - Waterloo News
      20. Rare system of five stars discovered - BBC News
      21. Irregular heartbeat of the Sun driven by double dynamo
      22. Light- Science & Applications - Optical tuning of exciton and trion emissions in monolayer phosphorene
      23. EU satellite gears up for data flood - BBC News
      24. Surprising Discoveries about 2D Molybdenum Disulfide - Berkeley Lab
      25. Cosmic Mystery Deepens with Discovery of New Ultra-High-Energy Neutrino - Berkeley Lab
      26. bergeslab.byu.edu-Portals-29-Publications-Jensen et al PLoS ONE.pdf
      27. Recycling permanent magnets in one go
      28. Brittle intermetallic compound makes ultrastrong low-density steel with large ductility - Nature - Nature Publishing Group
      29. Scientists Invent a New, Lighter Steel That's as Strong as Titanium
      30. Ancient rocks record first evidence for photosynthesis that made oxygen
      31. Fossil teeth place humans in Asia '20,000 years early' - BBC News
      32. Rise and fall of agrarian states influenced by climate volatility - Penn State University
      33. Structure revealed- Plant sugar transporter involved in carbon sequestration
      34. Caltech Physicists Uncover Novel Phase of Matter - Caltech
      35. New metal alloy could yield green cooling technologies - RIT News
      36. Empa - Empa-media release: Structure of “concrete disease” solved Understanding the problem allows finding solutions.
      37. Simple errors limit scientific scrutiny - ANU
      38. New derivation of pi links quantum physics and pure math
      39. Europe's fourth ancestral 'tribe' uncovered - BBC News
      40. Bird's lightning 'tap dance' caught on camera - BBC News We did not know what we did not know. Our perception is limited.
      41. Superfluidity in topologically nontrivial flat bands - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      42. From 1,000,000 to Graham's Number - Wait But Why
      43. Researchers Confirm Original Blood Vessels in 80 Million-Year-Old Fossil - NC State News
      44. 'Freak' ocean waves hit without warning, new research shows - University of Oxford
      45. Study confirms- Homophobes are hidden homosexuals - Meaws
      46. Homophobics May Be Hidden Homosexuals - Homophobia & Anti-Gay Sentiment
      47. Political & Religion and Politics in Later Formative Oaxaca
      48. All Blue-Eyed People Have This One Thing In Common
      49. This is the most detailed map yet of our place in the universe - Vox
      50. Chemistry- Four elements added to periodic table - BBC News
      51. Machines that learn like people - MIT News
      52. Mammoth kill linked to earliest Arctic settlers - BBC News A butchered mammoth carcass pulled from frozen sediments in the far north of Russia proves humans were present in the Arctic some 45,000 years ago - 10,000 years earlier than previously indicated.
      53. Maths study shows conspiracies 'prone to unravelling' - BBC News
      54. Polar Vortices Observed in Ferroelectric | Berkeley Lab
      55. The Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciencies
      56. Alkali subhalides- high-pressure stability and interplay between metallic and ionic bonds - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (RSC Publishing)
      57. Gravitational waves- Numbers don't do them justice - BBC News
      58. Einstein's gravitational waves 'seen' from black holes - BBC News
      59. The mystery about the Chelyabinsk superbolide continues three years later
      60. PLOS ONE- When Quality Beats Quantity- Decision Theory, Drug Discovery, and the Reproducibility Crisis
      61. Rogue wave ahead - MIT News
      62. News Center | Research | Research News
    5. Technology
      1. Turning loss to gain- cutting power could boost laser output
      2. Nanotechnology leads to better, cheaper LEDs for phones and lighting
      3. The Greenland Ice Sheet- Now in HD - News Room - The Ohio State University
      4. BBC News - Politician's fingerprint 'cloned from photos' by hacker
      5. Technology to recycle all type of plastics without using water
      6. Cheap asphalt provides ‘green’ carbon capture
      7. Stanford computer scientists extend Web browsers to make the Internet safer - Engineering
      8. COWL- A Confinement System for the Web
      9. BBC News - 'Safer GMOs' made by US scientists
      10. BBC News - Laser-etched metal 'bounces' water
      11. Researchers identify materials to improve biofuel and petroleum processing - Discover - University of Minnesota
      12. Solar chip monitors windows - Research News - Top 6
      13. A trap for greenhouse gas - Harvard Gazette
      14. Binding bad- Buckyballs offer environmental benefits
      15. Silver-Glass Sandwich Structure Acts as Inexpensive Color ...
      16. BBC News - X-ray machine opens new frontier
      17. Missouri S&T researcher cleans wastewater
      18. Pilot plant processes biogenous residues
      19. UWE Bristol- Pee Power Lights
      20. New type of membrane permits cheaper and more efficient water purification
      21. Memory alloy bounces back into shape 10 million times - BBC News
      22. Catalysts Safely Remove Dangerous Compound from Wastewater
      23. Scaling up nanoscale water-driven energy conversion into evaporation-driven engines and generators - Nature Communications - Nature Publishing Group
      24. Penn News - Penn Research Simplifies Recycling of Rare-earth Magnets
      25. Digital messages on vehicle windshields make driving less safe - EurekAlert! Science News Not all sales features are beneficial to safety
      26. Biodegradable, Flexible Silicon Transistors
      27. Producing biodegradable plastic just got cheaper and greener – KU Leuven
      28. Engineered hybrid crystal opens new frontiers for high-efficiency lighting - U of T Engineering News
      29. From cameras to computers, new material could change how we work and play - news @ Northeastern
      30. Researchers find major security flaw with ZigBee smart home devices
      31. Ethylene Production Via Sunlight Opens Door to Future
      32. A Most Singular Nano-Imaging Technique - Berkeley Lab
      33. Carbon nanofibres made from CO2 in the air - BBC News
      34. Soaking Up Carbon Dioxide and Turning it into Valuable Products - Berkeley Lab One mans toxic trash may be anothers gold
      35. Making Nanowires from Protein and DNA - Caltech
      36. Stanford study proves pipeline replacement programs are effective
      37. Team announces breakthrough observation of Mott transition in a superconductor - Argonne National Laboratory
      38. Ames Laboratory scientists create cheaper magnetic material for cars, wind turbines - The Ames Laboratory Greater security and efficency
      39. Engines of Change- WPI Team Recovers Rare Earth Elements From Discarded Motors of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - WPI
      40. Empa - Empa-MM- -magic tent- for mountaineers
      41. Real-time analysis of metabolic products - ETH Zurich
      42. Faster design – better catalysts
      43. New Research Could Revolutionize Flexible Electronics, Solar Cells
      44. New crystal captures carbon from humid gas - Stockholm University
      45. Conservatives Big on Fear, Brain Study Finds Biology and politics are related
      46. Domestic rainwater harvesting systems can help save on laundry detergents
      47. Solvents Save Steps in Solar Cell Manufacturing - ORNL
      48. Researchers find that magnetometers have a social network where they talk about the weather
      49. Empa - Empa-media release: Structure of “concrete disease” solved
      50. Self-regulated oscillation of transport and topology of magnetic islands in toroidal plasmas - Scientific Reports
      51. Crack It! New Technology Produces Energy from a Fossil Fuel without Carbon Dioxide - IASS Potsdam
      52. Popping Microbubbles Help Focus Light Inside the Body - Caltech
      53. Detecting and identifying explosives with single test
      54. New catalyst paves way for bio-based plastics, chemicals - WSU News Washington State University
      55. UAlberta innovation sheds light on how genetic information travels from cell's nucleusDecember 21, 2015Messenger RNA export shown in real time through advanced microscope
      56. Melting, Coating, and All-Solid-State Lithium BatteriesUNIST News Center - UNIST News Center
      57. Researchers link climate-induced disasters and food security across time and place ASU Now Access, Excellence, Impact
      58. Researchers’ metallic glue may stick it to soldering and welding - news @ Northeastern
      59. Illinois | Making the invisible visible: Color-changing indicators highlight microscopic damage | Illinois The News Bureau, part of Public Affairs, generates and coordinates news coverage of the Urbana-Champaign campus
      60. De-icing concrete could improve roadway safety - UNL Newsroom - University of Nebraska–Lincoln
      61. Easy prey for hackers: navigation systems
      62. Increasing Oil’s Performance with Crumpled Graphene Balls | News | Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering
      63. Highly efficient heavy metal ions filter | ETH Zurich
      64. Weaving a New Story for COFS and MOFs
      65. A Nanoscale Look at Why a New Alloy is Amazingly Tough | Berkeley Lab
      66. New Type of Nanowires, Built with Natural Gas HeatingUNIST News Center | UNIST News Center
      67. Car is built with byproducts of paper pulp production
      68. Long-term cement study seeks nuclear waste solution - BBC News
      69. Drone to police massive UK marine reserve - BBC News
      70. Landsat Spots Foundered Ships in Coastal Waters - NASA
      71. Face2Face- Real-time Face Capture and Reenactment of RGB Videos (CVPR 2016 Oral)
      72. ORNL scientists show charged salts can extract specific central lanthanide elements - ORNL
    6. Etc
      1. A 'smoking gun' on Ice Age megafauna extinctions -- ScienceDaily
      2. Austrian designer develops a new concept for the door all based on rotating squares
      3. Could spiders be the key to saving our bees- - Press Office - Newcastle University
      4. Tesla Release Electric Car Patents To Public | IFLScience
      5. Germs Are Germs, and Why Not Take a Risk- Patients’ Expectations for Prescribing Antibiotics in an Inner-City Emergency Department
      6. UiO linguist makes sensational claim- English is a Scandinavian language - Apollon
      7. $375 billion wasted on billing and insurance paperwork - Physicians for a National Health Program Major waste of health care dollars other nations do not have
      8. Boston’s natural gas infrastructure releases high levels of heat-trapping methane - Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
      9. Shocker- Republicans Account For Most Cases Of U.S. Voter Fraud Accuse others of your sins
      10. If a renowned jihadi cleric can't get through to Islamic State, who can- - Yahoo News
      11. Bill O’Reilly’s 1982 Falklands War stories called into question - Yahoo News
      12. Archaeologists Discover a Cheese That's Almost 2,000 Years Older Than Jesus - RYOT News
      13. The financial crisis wasn't caused by subprime lending - Fortune
      14. Princeton Study- U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy
      15. Cheney’s claim that the U.S. did not prosecute Japanese soldiers for waterboarding - The Washington Post Lies by leaders impact international perceptions when they know better.
      16. Early Britons- Have we underestimated our ancestors- - BBC News
      17. The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project reveals traces of standing stones beneath Durrington Walls super-henge - Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology
      18. Larger protected areas in the tropics and sub-tropics face higher risk of downgrading, downsizing and degazettement
      19. Whiskey Five Hotel- The 6 biggest points of bullshit being peddled about Benghazi - Yahoo News
      20. Virginia Institute of Marine Science - Removal of derelict fishing gear has major economic impact
      21. Record number of Americans now say humans cause climate change - CSMonitor.com
      22. Chinese Academy of Sciences

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