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January 16, 2013
NASA Finds 2012 Sustained Long-Term Climate Warming Trend
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NASA scientists say 2012 was the ninth warmest of any year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures. With the exception of 1998, the nine warmest years in the 132-year record all have occurred since 2000, with 2010 and 2005 ranking as the hottest years on record. NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York, which monitors global surface temperatures on an ongoing basis, released an updated analysis Tuesday that compares temperatures around the globe ... read more
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Medicinal toothbrush tree yields antibiotic to treat TB in new way
A compound from the South African toothbrush tree inactivates a drug target for tuberculosis in a previously unseen way. Tuberculosis causes more deaths worldwide than any other bacterial disease. A ... more

MBL scientists find 'bipolar' marine bacteria, refuting 'everything is everywhere' idea
In another blow to the "Everything is Everywhere" tenet of bacterial distribution in the ocean, scientists at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) have found "bipolar" species of bacteria that occ ... more

Using lysine estimates to detect heat damage in DDGS
Distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are a good source of energy and protein in swine diets. However, they can be damaged by excessive heat during processing, compromising their nutritional ... more
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Tissue Engineers Report Knee Cartilage Repair Success With New Biomaterial
In a small study, researchers reported increased healthy tissue growth after surgical repair of damaged cartilage if they put a "hydrogel" scaffolding into the wound to support and nourish the heali ... more


How does your garden glow?
Nature's ability to create iridescent flowers has been recreated by mathematicians at The University of Nottingham. The team of researchers have collaborated with experimentalists at the University ... more
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Study shows pine beetle outbreak buffers watersheds from nitrate pollution
A research team involving several scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder has found an unexpected silver lining in the devastating pine beetle outbreaks ravaging the West: Such events do ... more

Will changes in climate wipe out mammals in Arctic and sub-Arctic areas?
The climate changes depicted by climatologists up to the year 2080 will benefit most mammals that live in northern Europe's Arctic and sub-Arctic land areas today if they are able to reach their new ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
A diamond as the steppingstone to new materials, using plasma physics technology

Columbia engineers create artificial graphene in a nanofabricated semiconductor structure

Rules for superconductivity mirrored in 'excitonic insulator'

Research dispels misconception of superconductivity in niobium compound

U.S. solar power group says it sees headwinds ahead

Bruce Power Contracts Major Industry Suppliers for Steam Generator Replacement Project

Oil-rich Alberta sees momentum for wind energy


Russian scientists get first ice samples from Antarctic Lake Vostok
Russian scientists have obtained first ice samples from Lake Vostok, a huge body of liquid water buried under the Antarctic ice. The scientists presume that the ice from the lake may have special ph ... more

One dead, 900 hurt in heavy Japan snowfall
Heavy snow that blanketed eastern Japan over the holiday weekend left one man dead and 900 others injured, as Tokyo commuters Tuesday took to the slippery streets. ... more

Robots, recycling map route to greener French wine
An Earth-friendly future for French wine could include disease-resistant grapes, solar-powered robots, and lighter packaging, as vintners innovate to slash their environmental footprint. ... more
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China holds seven over Tibetan's self-immolation
Police in northwest China have arrested seven people accused of inciting an ethnic Tibetan villager to set himself ablaze, state media said Tuesday. ... more

China factory fire hidden by thick smog: media
A factory fire in eastern China went unnoticed for three hours because of the thick smog that blanketed large stretches of the country this week, state media said Tuesday. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Iran supplied ballistic missile to Yemen rebels: US

Lockheed Martin successfully fired their new anti-ship missile

First GPS 3 satellite receives commands from new OCX ground control segment

EU launches defence pact it calls 'bad news for enemies'

China, S. Korea eye warmer ties following tensions

Putin, Trump discuss N Korea in phone call

Boeing to support Air Force's minuteman program


Allianz sticks to profit goal despite Hurricane Sandy hit
German insurance giant Allianz said on Tuesday it was sticking to its full-year profit forecast despite taking a hit of 455 million euros ($590 million) from Hurricane Sandy. ... more

Mozambique floods kill 2, destroy homes
Floods in Mozambique have killed two people and left hundreds homeless after heavy rains caused havoc, cutting roads and inundating parts of the capital, authorities said Tuesday. ... more

Canada to resettle up to 5,000 Iranian, Iraqi refugees
Canada will resettle up to 5,000 mostly Iraqi and Iranian refugees now in Turkey, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced Tuesday. ... more
Canada to resettle up to 5,000 Iranian, Iraqi refugees

China factory fire hidden by thick smog: media

Allianz sticks to profit goal despite Hurricane Sandy hit

Study reveals ordinary glass's extraordinary properties

Bottom-up approach provides first characterization of pyroelectric nanomaterials

Chemical modules that mimic predator-prey and other behaviors

Wales, fishermen discuss protection zones

Russian scientists get first ice samples from Antarctic Lake Vostok

Living cells behave like fluid-filled sponges

Antarctic lake reached after millennia

Will changes in climate wipe out mammals in Arctic and sub-Arctic areas?

A new approach to assessing future sea level rise from ice sheets


Hong Kong tycoon to buy N. Zealand firm for $412 mn
A firm owned by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing said Tuesday it will take over a New Zealand waste management company in a deal worth $412 million, marking another overseas venture for the billionaire. ... more

WWF urges Thai ivory ban to spare African elephant
Conservationists on Tuesday urged Thailand to end its legal trade in ivory to help curb the slaughter of African elephants by poachers cashing in on their highly-prized tusks. ... more

Drastic change needed to tackle China smog: experts
China has cleaned up its air before but experts say that if it wants to avoid the kind of smog that choked the country this week, it must overhaul an economy fuelled by heavily polluting coal and car use. ... more

China to tackle air pollution?
China's Ministry of Environmental Protection on Monday called for local officials to increase their efforts to issue early warnings for air quality. ... more
Space News from
In first, SpaceX launches recycled rocket and spaceship

Boeing tapped to sustain Space-Based Space Surveillance system

NASA uses AI to uncover eighth planet circling distant star

Lockheed Martin and NEC to Enhance Satellites, Space Travel with Artificial Intelligence

No alien 'signals' from cigar-shaped asteroid: researchers

RS-25 Engine Test is Giant Step for 3-D Printing

NanoRacks Integrates Largest New Shepard Payload Manifest to Date


Fire-proofing saves Australian telescopes


Australia heatwave part of global trend: IPCC chief


China pollution anger spills into state media


Climate: Monthly heat records have increased fivefold


Nuclear fears contaminate sales for Japan farmers


Farmland Opportunity Includes 17,687 Great Plains Acres


Bengali forests are fading away


Foods identified as 'whole grain' not always health


New treatment could combat deadly chemical agents


A snapshot of pupfish evolution in action

Giant tobacco plants that stay young forever

Lady Beetle Diet Influences Its Effectiveness as Biocontrol Agent

Oxygen to the core

Volcano lava flows worry Italian island

Season's first snow hits Tokyo, paralyses traffic

Obama team launches inaugural mobile app

Hannover Re hit by 261-million-euro loss from Sandy

Wales, fishermen discuss protection zones

EU releases all data on GM corn linked to cancer

Climate laws advancing in many countries: survey

Three-wheeler rally flagged off for Indonesia forests

Global warming beneficial to ratsnakes

Making whole wheat bread taste and smell more appetizing

Living cells behave like fluid-filled sponges

Stem cells found to heal damaged artery in lab study

US Ag Sec Visits Renmatix For Plant-To-Sugar Facility Commissioning

Synthesis Energy Achieves First Methanol Production at Yima JV

Fusion helped by collision science

Boeing Grows Composite Manufacturing Capability in Utah

Lower nitrogen losses with perennial biofuel crops

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