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Increasingly, scientists are asking, rather than throwing away or storing CO2, how about recycling some of it? At laboratories around the world, researchers are working on ways to do just that.
Scientists discovered the hydromedusa jellyfish on April 24, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports. This discovery of a totally new jellyfish underscores just how much is left to learn about the ocean.
Hundreds of millions of kids around the world lack access to, among other things, basic education — much less organized school systems with adequate teaching resources.
RT @IngenuityLab: The @edmontonjournal has written about our work for the upcoming @xprize competition https://t.co/IEupxD7DoC
Turns out, there's a lot of mathematics in nature's beauty. Something we could learn from for our technology?
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