Posts Tagged ‘Science’

Plants reduce pollution more than we thought: Attachment

We already know that plants are great for the environment, and now there’s more reason to add some more greenery to our cities.

Ocean temperatures threatening antarctic fish: Attachment

The rise in ocean temperatures is wreaking havoc on fish that reside in the Antarctic. Because of the increase, the fish, accustomed to polar living, no longer are able to cope.

Greener flying machines for NASA: Attachment

NASA is hitting the drawing board for revamping their current aircrafts to make better fuel-driven machines to be built by the year 2025.

Can’t stand the cold? Blame the summer.: Attachment

If you’re getting sick of the cold weather, you can blame the hot summer that just passed. New research suggests that particularly hot summers cause really cold winters.

Study finds high risk earthquake locations: Attachment

A new study has broken some important ground in the way we analyze the earth: how to spot high risk earthquake locations and what triggers them.

Global warming causes animals to shrink: Attachment

Though it isn’t certain, many of the world’s organisms seem to shrink due to global warming. A new study provides more insight.

Panda poo might provide biofuels: Attachment

Other than keeping our bodies regular and adding to the compost, we don’t think much past possible uses of human and animal poop. But new research suggests we should.

Storing solar energy for later use: here’s how: Attachment

A new way to store the sun’s heat is using modified carbon nanotubes. These can store solar power indefinitely, later to be recharged by the sun.

Is eating local helping the environment?: Attachment

We’ve heard it over and over: eating local is good for the environment. Less travel, less toxins, supporting our farmers. It can’t get better than that… right?

Organic batteries?: Attachment

A new development of organic batteries is paving the way to a toxin-free alternative. Chemists have discovered a new way to pass the electrons between two molecules to create the earth-friendly charge.