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Antarctica’s ice sheets could hide vast quantities of the greenhouse gas.
The exoplanet is close enough to allow scientists to study it in detail.
Many students dislike their college lab requirements, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
New images and gravity data reveal details of Phobos.
Carbon sequestration efforts could trigger harmful algal blooms.
The international expedition directly challenges the validity of Japan's annual kill of whales.
Only 3,200 tigers still remain in the wild in Asia, down from 100,000 20 years ago.
Scientists harvest small amounts of waste energy and turn water into usable hydrogen fuel.
As oxygen-deprived waters increase, they emit more greenhouse gases into atmosphere.
The seed collection is housed 620 miles from the North Pole.