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Airplane turbulence is on the rise: Here's why

Although not a pleasant experience, turbulence is a normal and sometimes inevitable part of flying. But it could be getting a lot worse—because of climate change.

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New room-temperature superconductor discovered by scientists

The breakthrough could one day transform technologies that use electric energy, but it comes from a team facing doubts after a retracted paper on superconductors.
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Air pollution gets worse during winter at airports

According to researchers from McGill University, airports are hotspots for airborne pollutants that are detrimental to human health and the Earth's climate.

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What’s down the road for silicon?

Meet the new materials overpowering the electric economy.
Nobel Prize in physics honors work on climate change

Nobel Prize in physics honors work on climate change

The work of Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi “demonstrate that our knowledge about the climate rests on a solid scientific foundation,” the committee said.
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Nobel Prize in Physics honors work on climate change

Three scientists received the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for work that is essential to understanding how the Earth's climate is changing, pinpointing the effect of human behavior on those changes and ultimately predicting the impact of global warming.

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Larry Sleznikow: Experiencing climate change anxiety?

I think about the impending adverse consequences of climate change every day. Each time it brings me anxiety and I am not alone in feeling that way.