How rocks rusted on Earth and turned red

How did rocks rust on Earth and turn red? A Rutgers-led study has shed new light on the important phenomenon and will help address questions about the Late Triassic climate more than 200 million years ago, when greenhouse ...

Tiny 'micro' earthquakes turn groundwater acidic

Tiny earthquakes, too small to be felt on the Earth's surface, create chemical changes which turn groundwater acidic, according to newly-published research at the University of Strathclyde.

Stable catalysts for new energy

On the way to a CO2-neutral economy, we need to perfect a whole range of technologies—including the electrochemical extraction of hydrogen from water, fuel cells, or carbon capture. All these technologies have one thing ...

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