A Decade of Fracking Research: What Have We Learned?

This is the second story in the E&E News “Shale@10” special report. The full series can be found here. (E&E News) — When oil and gas developers began using hydraulic fracturing to tap previously unaccessed sources of fossil... Read more →

On Nuclear Waste, Finland Shows U.S. How It Can Be Done

(The New York Times) – Beneath a forested patch of land on the Gulf of Bothnia, at the bottom of a steep tunnel that winds for three miles through granite bedrock, Finland is getting ready to entomb its nuclear waste. If all goes well,... Read more →

Denitrification of Water Using ZnO/Cu Photocatalysts

(De Gruyter) – Groundwater as a potable source is highly succeptible to contamination. Nitrate contamination is one of the main methods for drinking water contamination and results from agricultural activities and urban development.... Read more →

Coping With Heat Waves

(The Conversation) – Oppressive heat across much of North America since the end of June has buckled roads and driven Major League Baseball players off the field. July and August are the warmest times of year for much of the nation,... Read more →
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