Monthly Archives: November 2015

Eyes on Environment: making climate change local to motivate city adaptation strategies

Read the original post on Eyes on Environment as part of Nature’s Scitable Network! It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change. – Leon C. Megginson How prepared is … Continue reading

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Eyes on Environment: exploring the complex behavior of the Antarctic ice sheet

Read the original post at Eyes on Environment, part of Nature’s Scitable Network! —— Yes, Antarctica is gaining ice. And yes, the Antarctic ice sheet is vulnerable to a major collapse. These simple, seemingly contradictory statements highlight the complexities of … Continue reading

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Got Science: Solving the silicon swelling problem in batteries

Read the original post here at Got Science!  The goal of Got Science is to translate complex research findings into accessible insights on science, nature, and society. Follow on Twitter, Facebook, or Google Plus. ————————————- The dream of an electric transportation revolution—recharging … Continue reading

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