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Blue Carbon credits could help restore ecosystems

This story at the origin Appeared on Yale Environment 360 and is part of the Climate office collaboration. Off the…

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The dinosaur-killer asteroid was born in today’s rainforests

The Colombian rainforest looked very different 66 million years ago. At present, the humid and biodiversity-rich ecosystem is filled with…

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Watch a shape-changing robot prowl the big and bad world

Of course, the invented evolution mammals that hover 200 feet in the air giant skin shreds and crabs 3 feet…

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What a 1900s wildlife survey reveals about climate change

“I don’t think there is anyone today who can hold a candle to what these guys could do, both physically…

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What will it take to make Covid-19 vaccines variant proof?

Last week two More and more pharmaceutical companies supported by the US federal government’s Operation Warp Speed ​​program have announced…

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Can an AI predict the language of the viral mutation?

Viruses lead a rather repetitive existence. They walk into a cell, hijack its machines into a viral copier, and those…

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Bold plan to save the last whitebark pines

Melissa Jenkins usually does not take photos while hiking in the Whitefish Range of Montana. Here, the whitebark pine she…

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Physicists are closer to knowing the size of a proton …

What’s the size a proton? It may sound like a fairly straightforward question, but it has proven to have the…

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Computer Scientists Reach Crypto’s ‘Crown Jewel’

In 2018, Aayush Jain, a graduate student from the University of California, Los Angeles, traveled to Japan to lecture on…

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Nature rescuers prepare for difficult Covid-19 winter

This story at the origin appears in High Country News and is part of the Climate office collaboration. Each winter,…

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