Monthly Archives: February 2016

So you want to make methanol? Start with ruthenium and add some air

This post originally appeared on Eyes on Environment as part of Nature’s Scitable Network, a conglomeration of blogs dedicated to providing brief descriptions of the newest and most exciting scientific developments! ——- Imagine this solution to global warming: sucking all … Continue reading

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Egg-shaped tiny house could revolutionize off-grid living

 This article was originally published on GotScience.Org, which translates complex research findings into accessible insights on science, nature, and society. For the latest science news subscribe to their science newsletter! —— If you spot Nice Architects’ Ecocapsule while hiking through … Continue reading

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Greenland ice sheets losing ability to absorb meltwater

This is a guest post by Neha Jain, an aspiring science writer and blogger based in Hong Kong.  Her blog, Life Science Exploration, covers biology, conservation, sustainable living, and the impact of climate change on other species.  She occasionally blogs … Continue reading

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