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Mitigating Environmental Impact of Herbicides

The review analyzed the extent to which herbicide use is tied to genetically modified crop introduction

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Perovskite Solar Cell With Ultra-Long Stability

Perovskites are the great hope for further increasing the efficiency of solar modules in the future. 

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After Thousands of Years, an Iconic Whale Confronts a New Enemy

The iconic tusked whale of the Arctic has a new enemy – noise. 

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Fire and Ice: The Puzzling Link Between Western Wildfires and Arctic Sea Ice

“Some say the world will end in fire,” wrote Robert Frost a century ago. 

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Voluntary Pledges Could Cut Utility GHG Emissions by a Third

An analysis of pledges made by many of the largest U.S. electric utilities to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions suggests that pledged reductions could reduce power sector emissions by a third as compared to 2018 levels. 

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Wildlife Scientists Are Solving Big Data Problems to Track Animals Around the Globe

Using a transmitter attached to a tiny backpack, zoologist Roland Kays tracked an egret – a large, white, wading bird – from North Carolina as it migrated south.

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New Smart-Roof Coating Enables Year-Round Energy Savings

Scientists have developed an all-season smart-roof coating that keeps homes warm during the winter and cool during the summer without consuming natural gas or electricity. 

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Wind Became Spain’s Biggest Power Source In 2021

Wind was Spain’s leading source of electricity in 2021, El País reported. 

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Map of Transparent Butterflies Highlights Biodiversity Hotspot in the Andes Mountains

With over a million known species, insects are by far the most diverse group of organisms on Earth, with conservative estimates indicating there are millions more waiting to be found. 

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