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December 23, 2013

 

The Sun, which is composed of a great deal of hydrogen itself, could be the key to producing hydrogen fuel cleanly and sustainably here on Earth.

Sun, Water And Clean Fuel

Scientists and University of Colorado, Boulder may have come up with a way to make hydrogen fuel cleaner.

September 24, 2013

 

What is your resting heart rate?

Heart Rate: What A Baby’s Heart Rate Should Be

How do you think a baby's heart rate compares to adults?

May 29, 2013

 

Venus is shown in transit

Volcanos On Venus!

The European Space Agency's Venus Express orbiter discovered evidence of volcanic eruptions that occurred as recently as several thousand years ago.

May 2, 2013

 

Sleeping With Plants

Can sleeping in a room full of plants can be dangerous? A common myth states that, at night, plants compete with people for oxygen!

February 6, 2013

 

Make sure to drink plenty of fluids when you're sick!

Why Do You Become Dehydrated When Sick?

If you have a runny nose and a fever, you'll need to drink more to replace those lost fluids. But why?

January 31, 2013

 

Cute, aren't they?

Naked Mole Rats May Hold Clues To Pain Relief

Unlike the mice and common rats used to test drugs and chemicals in labs, naked mole rats are hard to infect with disease.

November 15, 2012

 

Check out that fizz!

What Is Carbonation?

All those little bubbles are popping on my tongue, and it makes that fizzy tingling you feel.

October 18, 2012

 

The coral reef is battling ocean acidifcation.

What Does “Ocean Acidification” Mean?

Is the ocean really turning to acid? Will it burn our skin off? What do scientists mean when they talk about "ocean acidification"?

July 26, 2012

 

Yum! Have you ever had an ice cream soda?

The Science Of Ice Cream Soda

There's an art to creating the perfect ice cream soda. You start with just two ingredients-ice cream and soda-you end up with three-ice cream, soda, and foam.

May 21, 2012

 

Trees used for lumber retain much more carbon than those used for cooking or paper production.

When A Tree Falls In The Woods

When it comes to carbon emissions, not all felled trees are created equal.

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