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Cold War–era military shelter promises fungus-free hibernation
One evening in October 2011, Zhichang Liu performed a simple chemistry experiment.
Researchers have devised a simple but effective way to reduce the number of turtles accidentally caught by fishing nets: illuminate the nets with ultraviolet lights.
Deciding where to install wind turbines and solar panels seems straightforward: pick gusty and sunny spots. But researchers say the problem is a bit more complicated.