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Graphene Microbots Slurp Lead From Polluted Water

(CNET) – Humans are pretty effective at messing up everything. Look at all the tech we use. It doesn’t come without a cost. Manufacturing electronics and batteries produces contaminants such

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Check Out the €4.4 BILLION Gigafactory – Tesla’s Self-Sustainable Desert Complex for Making Electric Cars

(theJournal.ie) – Everyone’s excited about Tesla’s new Model 3 car, but mass producing that electric vehicle is going to require a ton of batteries.  That’s where Tesla’s Gigafactory comes into play. For

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So Long Lithium, Hello Bacteria Batteries?

(ACS) – As renewable energy sources grow, so does the demand for new ways to store the resulting energy at low-cost and in environmentally friendly ways. Now scientists report in

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Floating Solar Panels Restore Doomed Lake

(Discovery News) – Two decades ago, a section of the Amazon rainforest was flooded for a dam that currently produces little electricity.   Engineers now see that artificial lake as

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Remote Crozet Islands to House Nuclear Monitoring System

(Reuters) Anti-nuclear test agency installs a key part of a hydroacoustic monitoring system on the remote French-administered Crozet Islands. Edward Baran reports. It’s one of the last untouched places on

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