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Mississippi river diversions: driving land gain or land loss?  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
River diversions have not created or maintained land, but resulted in more land loss, according to a new paper in the peer-reviewed science journal Restoration Ecology. LSU Boyd Professor R.... more
Ammonia for fuel cells  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Fuel cells are pollution-free power sources that convert chemical energy to electricity with high efficiency and zero emissions. Fuel cell cars, trucks, and buses would allow people to travel long distances with convenient refueling and less of a carbon footprint. more
How the catalytic converters in cars go bad and why it matters  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Modern cars rely on catalytic converters to remove carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and other harmful chemicals from exhaust emissions. more
Satellite study reveals that area emits one billion tonnes of carbon  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
A vast region of Africa affected by drought and changing land use emits as much carbon dioxide each year as 200 million cars, research suggests. more
Satellite study reveals that area in Africa emits one billion tonnes of carbon  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
A vast region of Africa affected by drought and changing land use emits as much carbon dioxide each year as 200 million... more
Rutgers Health emergency physician offers tips to prevent pediatric vehicular deaths  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
The statistics and dangers are real. Yet according to the National Safety Council, on average, there are still more than three dozen children dying in parked... more
Ready to recycle electric cars' batteries?  nanowerk · 6 days
Electric cars are not a recycling problem. All steps of the recycling process are technically feasible. And a number of specialists are already working on it. more
To rein in global warming, healthy forests and sustainable diets are key, UN says  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Slashing greenhouse gas emissions from cars and power plants won't be enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change.... more
Myth about how science progresses is built on a misreading of the story of penicillin  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Many professions have creation myths about much-revered pioneers. For nursing, it is Florence Nightingale in Scutari, flitting between... more
Graphite intercalation compounds may offer keys to prolonging battery life  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
In 2012-2013, an international research collaborative discovered a phenomenon that could be observed via optical microscope during the stage transitions in graphite intercalation compounds. It took team leader... more
Climate change likely to increase human exposure to toxic methylmercury  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
Researchers developed a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive model that simulates how environmental factors, including increasing sea temperatures and overfishing, impact levels of methylmercury in fish. The researchers found that while... more
Study measures how fast humans react to road hazards  MIT · 2 weeks
In “semiautonomous” cars, older drivers may need more time to take the wheel when responding to the unexpected. more
Scientists propose a dynamic charge and oxidation state for single-atom catalysts  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Pollutants coming out of cars' exhausts are harmful to the environment and public health. With the goal of overall curbing car emissions, the US Department of... more
Shared E-scooters aren't always as 'green' as other transport options  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
People think of electric scooters, or e-scooters, as environmentally friendly ways to get around town. But a new study finds it's not that simple: shared e-scooters may be... more
Yellow-lens glasses do not improve night driving visibility, study finds  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 weeks
A new study has found no evidence to support claims that yellow-lens anti-glare driving glasses improve night-time road visibility. more
Shared e-scooters aren't always as green as other transport options  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
People think of electric scooters, or e-scooters, as environmentally friendly ways to get around town. But a new study from North Carolina State University finds it's not that... more
Scientists reproduce the dynamics behind astrophysical shocks  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
High-energy shock waves driven by solar flares and coronal mass ejections of plasma from the sun erupt throughout the solar system, unleashing magnetic space storms that can damage satellites, disrupt cell phone service and... more
Hackers could use connected cars to gridlock whole cities  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
In a future when self-driving and other internet-connected cars share the roads with the rest of us, hackers could not only wreck the occasional vehicle but possibly compound attacks to... more
Earthquakes: Numerical model pinpoints source of pre-cursor to seismic signals  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
Numerical simulations have pinpointed the source of acoustic signals emitted by stressed faults in laboratory earthquake machines. The work further unpacks the physics driving geologic faults, knowledge that... more
Camera can watch moving objects around corners  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 weeks
By analyzing single particles of light, this camera system can reconstruct room-size scenes and moving objects that are hidden around a corner. This work could someday help autonomous cars and robots see better. more
Numerical model pinpoints source of precursor to seismic signals  PHYS.ORG · 3 weeks
Numerical simulations have pinpointed the source of acoustic signals emitted by stressed faults in laboratory earthquake machines. The work further unpacks the physics driving geologic faults, knowledge that could one... more
Manipulating efficient light emission in two-dimensional perovskite crystals by pressure-induced anisotropic deformation  Science Magazine · 3 weeks
The hybrid nature and soft lattice of organolead halide perovskites render their structural changes and optical properties susceptible to external driving forces such as... more
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