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Visualizing 'traffic jams' inside living cells

Researchers at the IBS Center for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics (IBS CMSD), led by Director Cho Minhaeng and Professor Hong Seok-Cheol, have unveiled a revolutionary label-free microscopy technique—the Cargo-Localization ...

Maritime sector seals carbon-cutting deal but sparks criticism

The International Maritime Organization, which oversees the highly polluting shipping industry, clinched a landmark deal on Friday to improve its target to cut carbon emissions—but green campaigners said it fell far too ...

Unlocking the ocean's secret: Natural carbon capture

Scientists around the world are racing to develop new methods for combating the rising levels of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere that are driving climate change and threatening the health of our planet.

Port of Miami corals remarkably persistent, new study finds

Researchers at the University of Miami Cooperative Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) and NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) and partners found that the corals within the highly ...

SpaceX reschedules Starship test flight for Thursday

SpaceX has rescheduled for Thursday the first test flight of Starship, the most powerful rocket ever built, designed to send astronauts to the Moon, Mars and beyond, after a technical glitch forced a halt to the countdown.

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Cargo (or freight) is goods or produce transported, generally for commercial gain, by ship, aircraft, train, van or truck. In modern times, containers are used in most intermodal long-haul cargo transport.

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