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Transforming tiny algae into coral superheroes

 
Over the course of 120 generations, researchers bred algae to be more heat-tolerant—a quality it then passed to its coral hosts. Read More

The hidden carbon tradeoffs of telecommuting

 
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Antioxidants from red wine could help cut food waste

 
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Microwaves turn plastic into battery materials in 2 minutes

 
Plastic from bottles and containers could be turned into a material being investigated for battery electrodes Read More
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