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Researchers pump brakes on ‘blue acceleration’ harming oceans

Protecting the world’s oceans against accelerating damage from human activities could be cheaper and take up less space than previously thought, new research has found. The University of Queensland’s Professor Anthony…

Canada and Spain scientists establish new Antarctic Ocean observatory

Ocean Networks Canada, an initiative of the University of Victoria, will extend its ocean monitoring outside Canadian waters. Canadian and European experts in polar observation are joining forces in a…

Research sheds new light on Moon rock formation

… solving major puzzle in lunar geology. New research has cracked a vital process in the creation of a unique rock type from the Moon. The discovery explains its signature…

Scientists unravel the origin of Titanium-rich lunar basalts

International research team measures isotopic composition of lunar rocks. An international team of geoscientists from the Universities of Münster and Bristol in England have explained why a large part of…

A microscopic look at atmospheric chemistry

New discovery contradicts textbook models. Many important reactions related to climate and environmental processes take place where water molecules interface with air. For example, the evaporation of ocean water plays…

Bridging light and electrons

When light goes through a material, it often behaves in unpredictable ways. This phenomenon is the subject of an entire field of study called “nonlinear optics”, which is now integral…

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