Here is the oil in the gulf? Researcher takes a look

A Florida State University researcher and his team have developed a comprehensive analysis of oil in the Gulf of Mexico and determined how much of it occurs naturally and how much came from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill.

O, no: Ozone levels elevated in presence of wildfire smoke

For those living with the threat to life and property from wildfires, Colorado State University scientists have some more bad news: Wildfire smoke seems to elevate levels of ozone, a nasty air pollutant with proven adverse ...

Realistic data needed to evolve the 21st century power grid

Say you have a great new theory or technology to improve the nation's energy backbone—the electric grid. Wouldn't it be great to test it against a model complete with details that would tell you how your ideas would work? ...

Study solves mystery of cell powerhouse's balance of calcium

A decades-long mystery of how the cell's powerhouse, and its energy currency of calcium ion flow, is maintained under different physiological conditions has been solved by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine ...

New research uncovers hidden bias in college admissions tests

A little over two years after the College Board released research rebutting findings by an Indiana University Kelley School of Business professor concerning the board's testing methods, the professor and his colleagues have ...

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