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02.16.17Science Highlight

Soil Will Absorb Less Atmospheric Carbon than Expected This Century

An analysis suggests models overestimate soil’s potential for carbon sequestration. Read More »

02.16.17Science Highlight

Mighty Microbes Roil Oceans

New model reveals the significant role of microbes in oceanic nutrient and energy. Read More »

02.13.17Science Highlight

ARM Data Is for the Birds

Scientists use LIDAR and radar data to study bird migration patterns, thanks to the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility. Read More »

01.23.17Science Highlight

Bacteria’s Secret Weapon

Enzyme shows promise for efficiently converting plant biomass to biofuels.

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01.23.17Science Highlight

Methylmercury Sleuths Armed with New Spotlight

Researchers can now more quickly identify which microbes produce mercury toxins in the environment.

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01.23.17Science Highlight

A New World Discovered Underground

Detailed genetic studies reveal an underground world of stunning microbial diversity and add dozens of new branches to the tree of life.

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01.23.17Science Highlight

Extending the Life of Lithium-Ion Batteries

Scientists offer new insights into how the source of electrons, or cathode, fails. Read More »

01.09.17Science Highlight

Seashell Formation Provides Understanding of Historic Oceanographic Conditions

Insights into how ancient marine organisms formed shells could improve climate model accuracy. Read More »

01.09.17Science Highlight

Light Strikes Gold

Scientists advance the precision controlled synthesis of gold nanocrystals, which could create new catalysts that improve industrial energy efficiency.

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01.09.17Science Highlight

How Moisture Affects the Way Soil Microbes Breathe

Study models soil-pore features that hold or release carbon dioxide. Read More »

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