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The use of geothermal energy in Iceland is featured in this brief web article. The article discusses an Icelandic team's invention called the "Thermator" that translates the temperature difference between hot and cold...
The BBC has created this fine site to provide the curious visitor with a plethora of insights into the relationship between the human body and mind. In the Body section, visitors can take on a number of fun challenges...
This radio broadcast discusses the history of magnetism from the time of its discovery by an apocryphal Greek sheperd until the late 16th century and the work of William Gilbert. There is also discussion of who...
This news article introduces the microbial halophiles of the Great Salt Lake. Featuring scientist Bonnie Baxter, the article explores the use of extremophile research in cancer defense and in the search for life on...
The team from University College London used low-temperature, ultraviolet lamps to make silicon dioxide, a vital component of almost all modern chips. This article, published by the BBC, addresses all of these areas and...
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