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A bacterial species closely related to deadly citrus greening disease is rapidly evolving its ability to infect insect hosts, and possibly plants as well.

Social media helps scientists monitor rarely sighted whales

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Eco-friendly solar cells improve power generation efficiency by resolving causes of defects

Engineers have investigated the cause of pore formation, a problem in CZTS thin-film solar cells, which are eco-friendly general-purpose thin-film solar cells. 

Eco-friendly filter removes microplastics from water

A research team has developed an eco-friendly microplastic removal technology that can remove micro-to-nano-sized microplastics from water.

New faster charging hydrogen fuel cell developed

A new design for solid-state hydrogen storage could significantly reduce charging times.

Linked lanthanides shine light on field of crystal engineering

Rare earth metals, when linked, can act as a conduit for energy flow, and show promise for the development of novel materials.

Recycling energy in everyday life (piezoelectric fiber)

Researchers developed a piezoelectric polymer/ceramic composite fiber with a cross-sectional form that is uniformly controlled to allow the use of energy harvesting technologies that...

Author Correction: Decarbonization pathways for the residential sector in the United States

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 12 August 2022; doi:10.1038/s41558-022-01469-4Author Correction: Decarbonization pathways for the residential sector in the United States

A new method boosts wind farms’ energy output, without new equipment

Engineers have developed a method to increase wind farms' energy output. Whereas individual turbines are typically controlled separately, the new approach models the wind...

All the better to better eat you with — dinosaurs evolved different eye...

Large dinosaur predators, such as Tyrannosaurus rex, evolved different shapes of eye sockets to better deal with high bite forces, new research has shown.

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