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Hydrogen fuel created from seawater improves power generation

As part of the on-going quest for clean and more efficient fuels, researchers have developed a process that shows how hydrogen-based fuel can be generated from seawater. This avoids the need to use costly and troublesome water purification processes.

Scientist's have figured out what makes Roman concrete superior

Roman seawalls have withstood the ravages of pounding waves and the elements for over two thousand years, an amazing testament to their engineering skills and ingenuity. Now, we know how they made that long-lasting concrete.

Graphene used to make seawater drinkable

Manchester - A graphene-based sieve has successfully turned seawater into drinking water. The technology could could help millions of people who have no ready access to clean drinking water.

Trident nuclear subs 'accident waiting to happen' — Whistleblower

The HMS Victorious, a Trident nuclear-armed submarine is insecure and unsafe, with a huge list of frightening equipment failures, says a man who's now a whistleblower on the run from military police.

Radiation levels spike in seawater around Japan nuclear plant

Tokyo - The Nuclear Safety Agency of Japan confirmed on Saturday that radioactivity levels measured in the seawater surrounding the nuclear plants in Fukushima.

Windmill for Seawater Desalination Tested

A traditional windmill which drives a pump: that is the simple concept behind the combination of windmill/reverse osmosis developed by the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in The Netherlands.

Healthier Tomatoes grown in Seawater

Italian Researchers find that with 10% sea water, tomatoes grow with high antioxidants compared to normal grown tomatoes.
 

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Graphic showing difference in decay rates of bacteria on sand and in seawater.
Graphic showing difference in decay rates of bacteria on sand and in seawater.
Qian Zhang et. al.
An aerial view of the southern tip of the Florida Everglades.  It is a flowing river of freshwater  ...
An aerial view of the southern tip of the Florida Everglades. It is a flowing river of freshwater, moving 0.25 miles per day out of Lake Okeechobee and into the Florida Bay.
ZooHouse
Samples from this Ancient Roman pier  Portus Cosanus in Orbetello  Italy  were studied with X-rays a...
Samples from this Ancient Roman pier, Portus Cosanus in Orbetello, Italy, were studied with X-rays at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley Lab.
J.P. Oleson
Going to the beach can be a lot of fun  but is that sand safe?
Going to the beach can be a lot of fun, but is that sand safe?
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