Texas A&M researchers are developing an ocean renewable energy station that could combine wind, wave, current and solar energy methods on a floating offshore platform.
Instead of converting solar light into electrical power for immediate use, Texas A&M's Christi Madsen envisions remoting light energy to another location optically by concentrating solar light.
A new study in Global Biogeochemical Cycles shows per-area greenhouse gas emissions from the world’s water reservoirs are around 29% higher than suggested by previous studies, but that practical measures could be taken to help reduce that impact.
In the deep waters that underlie the productive zones of the ocean, there is a constant rain of organic material called 'marine snow'.
Researchers have identified the key factors that influence a vital pattern of ocean currents.
Swedish researchers from institutions including Uppsala University have spent four years gathering data from the areas affected by the major forest fire of 2014.
The smoke from the extreme forest fires on the US West Coast in September 2020 travelled over many thousands of kilometres to Central Europe, where it continued to affect the atmosphere for days afterwards.
Firefighting is a race against time. Exactly how much time?
Nobody likes driving in a blizzard, including autonomous vehicles.
The drug diABZI — which activates the body’s innate immune response — was highly effective in preventing severe COVID-19 in mice that were infected with SARS-CoV-2, according to scientists in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
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