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Over half of Med's shark and ray species 'at risk of extinction'
PHYS.ORG Over half of the Mediterranean's shark and ray species are at risk of extinction, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) said Monday,... 11 hours
Triggerfish needed to grow reefs, new research finds
PHYS.ORG A study of complex coral reef ecosystems in the western Indian Ocean found that one species of fish—the orange-lined triggerfish—may play a significant role in maintaining a reef's ability to thrive and... 15 hours
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PHYS.ORG A new study shows a huge US market for plug and play solar energy, with billions of dollars in retail sales and energy savings. So what's holding up widespread use? 15 hours
The case for co-decaying dark matter
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—There isn't as much dark matter around today as there used to be. According to one of the most popular models of dark matter, the universe contained much more dark matter early on when the temperature... 15 hours
Plant scientists propose new classification system for european vegetation
PHYS.ORG Experts have presented a new classification system for vegetation in Europe that aims to standardize classifications across the continent and aid the European Union Nature Information System, which brings together... 15 hours
Rare weasel species makes a comeback in Washington state
PHYS.ORG The elusive weasel-like mammal poked its head out of the wooden crate, glanced around and quickly darted into the thick forest of Mount Rainier National Park—returning to a landscape where... 20 hours
Rare weasel returns to historic range in Washington state
PHYS.ORG The elusive weasel-like mammal poked its head out of the wooden crate, glanced around and quickly darted into the thick forest of Mount Rainier National Park—returning to a landscape where... 1 day
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Windows Central Many people store tons of information in the cloud. Easy access from just about anywhere is key for us these days, but it can get costly,... 3 days
Beach litter study finds rise in polystyrene foam, balloons and fishing nets
PHYS.ORG Researchers from the University of Exeter and Plymouth Marine Laboratory have studied the findings from beach litter surveys carried out over a ten year... 4 days
Nations need to get serious about biodiversity loss or risk missing global targets
PHYS.ORG Faced with dramatic declines in nature, governments must come prepared to urgently implement their collective commitments to global biodiversity conservation and dramatically... 4 days
UChicago startup turns renewable energy into natural gas
PHYS.ORG One of the biggest challenges to wider adoption of wind and solar power is how to store the excess energy they often produce. 4 days
Team designs new material to better store hydrogen fuel
PHYS.ORG A Florida State University researcher has designed new materials that could be used to store hydrogen fuel more efficiently in vehicles or other devices that use clean energy. 4 days
New findings boost promise of molybdenum sulfide for hydrogen catalysis
PHYS.ORG Researchers from North Carolina State University, Duke University and Brookhaven National Laboratory have found that molybdenum sulfide (MoS2) holds more promise than previously thought as a catalyst for... 5 days
Quantum friction—beyond the local equilibrium approximation
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What's the Real Potential of Fusion Energy?
LIVE SCIENCE Fusion development takes time. It cannot be developed in miniature and then be simply scaled up. But we must work now, to make it possible to meet humanity's need for abundant, clean energy, one... 5 days
Tailor-made membranes for the environment
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Homeowners want incentives to conserve more water, survey shows
SCIENCE DAILY Respondents to an online survey of 3,000 homeowners in Florida, Texas and California said reducing the price of water-efficient equipment would be the most effective strategy to successfully conserve more... 5 days
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Researchers develop models to improve environmental conservation on military bases
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Military installations in the United States are home to a surprisingly large number of threatened and endangered species, leaving the Department of Defense (DoD) with the critical dual... 6 days
EU unveils plans to boost 'clean energy' use
PHYS.ORG The EU on Wednesday unveiled "clean energy" plans to boost renewable use, cut waste and reduce subsidies for coal power in a bid to meet its commitments to the Paris climate deal. 6 days
How a researcher discovered a completely undocumented whale
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PHYS.ORG The sun is setting on Japan's clean-energy boom, despite projects like a massive floating solar farm near Tokyo, as the government cuts subsidies and bets on nuclear and coal-fired power, critics say. 6 days
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PHYS.ORG VIDEO A new generation of threatened hawksbill sea turtles is thriving in the protected waters of Glover's Reef Atoll, Belize, evidence that efforts to protect these and... 6 days
Squeezed states of light can improve feedback cooling significantly
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NREL adds solar array field to help inform consumers
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PHYS.ORG Since it was introduced to North America in the late 19th century, the house sparrow has received little love. "Nothing... 7 days
Indonesian lower court rejects bid to protect prized forest
PHYS.ORG An Indonesian court has ruled against a case brought by Acehnese community leaders who want one of the country's most prized tropical forests to be protected from exploitation by mining... 7 days
Indonesian Lower Court Rejects Bid to Protect Prized Forest
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Evolutionary conservation explains similar genetic mechanism between flowering plants and mosses
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Biologists discover origin of stomata
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PHYS.ORG Bangladesh said Friday the Uber ride-sharing service was operating "illegally", just days after it launched in the capital. 2 weeks
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PHYS.ORG Environmentalists are displaying hundreds of colorful origami birds outside the Spanish Parliament to demand greater government action to protect a national park that provides habitat for migrating birds. 2 weeks
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High renewable electricity growth continued in 2015
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Sweden to scrap taxes on solar energy in 2017
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