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salinity

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The Inolve Fliwer: Green thumbs optional

The Fliwer Sensor system wants to be your garden guru.

By Oct. 23, 2013

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Europe to explore Jupiter's icy moons

The European Space Agency intends to launch the JUICE mission in 2022 to better understand Jupiter's moons and their potential for sustaining life

By May. 3, 2012

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Europe to explore Jupiter's icy moons

The European Space Agency intends to launch the JUICE mission in 2022 to better understand Jupiter's moons and their potential for sustaining life.

By May. 2, 2012

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Battery uses freshwater, salt water to produce power

Stanford researchers have come up with a rechargeable battery that takes advantage of the difference in salinity between salt water and freshwater to produce electricity and charge itself.

By Apr. 1, 2011

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Seafaring robot sails through Sandy unscathed

Navigating the Atlantic 100 miles east of New Jersey, a robot called Mercury continued to transmit hurricane data through 70-knot winds.

By Nov. 2, 2012

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Electromagnetism can deter algae pests, firm says

OriginOil, an algae research company, is using low-power electromagnetic pulses to deter invading microbes and improve algae production rates without chemicals.

By Mar. 23, 2011

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'R2D2s of the sea' sails across Pacific for science

Hoping to foster new scientific discoveries, four wave-propelled robots are now collecting data across the Pacific Ocean. See how you can help.

By Nov. 22, 2011

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Leading oil refiner invests in more algae

Valero Energy plans to share and develop transportation fuel technology with Algenol Biofuels.

By May. 6, 2010

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New bacteria redefines 'life as we know it'

A recently discovered microbe has DNA unlike any other life form on Earth. It is able to substitute arsenic for phosphorus, and it may help us understand how life could prosper elsewhere.

By Dec. 2, 2010

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Mini-subs exploring Sacramento River

UC Berkeley researchers are developing new devices to better understand how water flows from California's mountains into drinking water supplies.

By Jun. 20, 2008