Two ground-breaking studies seem to indicate that we are going to hear lots more about graphene, a two-dimensional material made of pure carbon with "superpowers."
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Canadian authorities revealed Sunday plans for the final portion of tar ponds clean-up in the province of Nova Scotia, which will see $17 million spent on a park, sports field and an outdoor stage and amphitheatre, as part of a project to revitalize an area where a former steel mill left behind contaminated soil.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) research published Friday confirms what farmers seem to have known for hundreds of years: that manure helps restore soils, even those highly damaged post-mining landscapes.
Prof William Chavez Conference: SE Europe Geoscience Foundation in co-operation with the Society of Economic Geologists
SEEGF is holding a two day conference with the SEG International Exchange Lecturer, Professor William X Chavez in Sofia, Bulgaria, May 16 and 17. Chavez has an international research reputation and is a very engaging lecturer. […]