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Scientists find a way to grow plants in complete darkness

Irish Independent 27 Jun 2022
Over millions of years of evolution, photosynthesis has developed in plants as a way to turn water, carbon dioxide and the energy from sunlight into plant biomass and the food we eat.But researchers, including those from the University of California, Riverside in the US, said ...
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Photon-enhanched rechargeable batteries for solar storage

PV Magazine 27 Jun 2022
Japanese scientists have analyzed storage systems that combine PV and high-energy-density metal batteries. The rechargeable batteries have advantages such as low-charge voltage and high energy density, but stability and safety must be addressed before they reach commercial maturity.
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Climate Scientist Says Humans Cause Less Than 0.05°C of Global Warming and Warns of “Anarchy” ...

The Liberty Beacon 27 Jun 2022
******** Climate Scientist Says Humans Cause Less Than 0.05°C of Global Warming and Warns of “Anarchy” From “Delusional” Net Zero Policies ... In his view, climate and energy policy can only gain popular acceptance when they are based on reliable knowledge, “and not on speculations or belief”.
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Why Does a Hard Workout Make You Less Hungry?

The Philadelphia Tribune 27 Jun 2022
In a new study published June 15 in Nature, an international team of scientists suggest the answer lies in part in the actions of a single molecule produced after exercise that blunts hunger ... For decades, scientists have known various substances, ... The scientists named it lac-phe.
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MidAmerican Energy wants to study small nuclear power plants. How would they work?

The Hawk Eye 27 Jun 2022
The Union of Concerned Scientists has cautioned that nuclear technology still comes with significant risks that other low-carbon energy sources don’t, including the danger of accidents or targeted attacks for both the radioactive waste and the reactors, and the unresolved question of how to store hazardous nuclear waste.
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Construction company Heron Bros to ‘fast-track’ growth of green energy firm with seven-figure investment

Belfast Telegraph 27 Jun 2022
TESC, which was set up five years ago in Belfast, uses smart batteries to harness the energy created from renewable sources such as solar power and wind turbines. Using algorithms, customers can use that energy in their home or business, giving more control and allowing them to reduce electricity bills by over 50%.
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Technion Scientists Have Developed A Unique Water Pump Powered Solely By Solar Energy

MENA FN 27 Jun 2022
(MENAFN - ForPressRelease) June 27th2022. Technion scientists have developed a unique water pump powered solely by solar energy to improve agricultural yield in remote areas. This solar ... .
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Out LGBTQ scientists: Between success and discrimination

Deutsche Welle 27 Jun 2022
Scientists who are out and part of LGBTQ communities have more emotional energy for their work, giving them a chance to thrive but they still get prejudice ... .
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Abortion decision jolts sleepy special election with Pansing Brooks and Flood

Norfolk Daily News 27 Jun 2022
Paul Landow, a University of Nebraska at Omaha political scientist, said he thinks the energy on the abortion issue will shift from boosting Republicans to helping Democrats now that the court has made the Republican position the status quo ... Richard Witmer, a political scientist ...
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Can our mitochondria help to beat long Covid?

The Observer 26 Jun 2022
At Cambridge University’s MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Michal Minczuk is one of a growing number of scientists around the world aiming to find new ways of improving mitochondrial health ... But while mitochondria are often typecast as energy factories, scientists have repeatedly discovered that they do far more than simply generate ATP.
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UAE and Germany to explore collaboration on clean energy sources

The National 26 Jun 2022
A senior level UAE delegation will visit Germany on June 28 to explore ways the two countries can co-operate in the area of clean energy, as the Gulf nation pushes ahead with its target of achieving net zero emissions by 2050 ... Several "promising partnerships" in the energy sector are expected to be signed during the visit, it said.Read More.
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Australian voters have sent Peter Dutton a clear message; he would be silly to miss the cue

The Observer 26 Jun 2022
The Finkel review hit political turbulence about a nanosecond after it hit the public domain, because the chief scientist recommended a clean energy target as one of the policy mechanisms to drive the necessary transition to low emissions in Australia’s power grid.
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Power to the people

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 25 Jun 2022
"The Union of Concerned Scientists has cautioned that nuclear technology still comes with significant risks that other low-carbon energy sources don't, including the danger of accidents or targeted attacks for both the radioactive waste and the reactors, and the unresolved question of how to store hazardous nuclear waste.".
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Climate scientist says humans cause less than 0.05�C of global warming and warns of "anarchy" ...

Sott 25 Jun 2022
... scientists, or even more, would assume only anthropogenic warming". In his view, climate and energy policy can only gain popular acceptance when they are based on reliable knowledge, "and not on ....

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