Liebe Luisa (Dear Luisa),

Recently, the undisputed young leader of the Climate Activist Movement in Germany, Luisa Neubauer, wrote an 'article of faith.'  An article about her relationship with the Church, affirming her faith in Christianity, but actually, in God.  No one can dispute the faith of an individual, or what motivates an individual to preform responsible social acts …

Celebrate Ocean Month with Dorian Overhus!

Meet Dorian Overhus. Dorian Overhus is a marine renewable energy research associate for the Coastal Sciences Division of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, located in Seattle, Washington, and she has been a part of the laboratory since early 2019. Dorian has a strong background in environmental science, wildlife conservation, marine biology, and ocean energy development. We think our Dorian …

‘Party like it’s 1999’ : The majority of Americans hear about global warming in the media at least once a month (just like in 1999)

20% of Americans "Don't Know if its TOO LATE to do anything about Global Warming." YET AMERICA PRODUCES PER YEAR ? 6 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emission 5 megatonnes of carbon dioxide emission 10 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emission China is 3.  USA is Number One. Today in 1984, Prince released PURPLE RAIN.  Prince/The singer …

Nextstrain Today

This is the genomic progression for today and is only for North America. For global tracking, go to the Nextstrain.org website. 请点击这里查看中文版本 Latest Nextstrain COVID-19 situation report in English  and  in other languages. Follow @nextstrain for continual updates to data and analysis (KMB, on Twitter). This phylogeny shows evolutionary relationships of hCoV-19 (or SARS-CoV-2) viruses …

Global Environmental Changes Leading to Shorter, Younger Trees

Allan Brettman, PNNL   "RICHLAND, Wash. – Ongoing environmental changes are transforming forests worldwide, resulting in shorter and younger trees with broad impacts on global ecosystems, scientists say. "In a global study published in the May 29 issue of Science magazine, researchers led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that …

PNNL Waives Fee to Test-Drive Portfolio of Intellectual Property

June 9, 2020 Special exploratory license agreement designed to spur economic recovery Lynne Roeder, PNNL "RICHLAND, Wash. – As businesses of all sizes weather today’s tough economy, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is offering its entire portfolio of patented technologies on a research trial basis—at no cost—to spur economic development and …

“Michael Mann Fought Climate Denial. Now He’s Fighting Climate Doom”

"The climatologist is taking on both the fossil fuel lobby and those who think the climate fight is futile. By Bryan Schatz Climate scientists Michael Mann fought those who attacked the hockey stick graph. Now, he’s fending off those who embrace it too readily. // Illustration by Charlie Powell   "ONE AUGUST AFTERNOON IN 2010, …

“Novel ways to store data in light waves”

"A pair of studies from Penn Engineering provides new ways to increase information density in optical communications, paving the way for a massive increase in the bandwidth of fiber optic networks. "With the enormous amount of data being generated around the world on a daily basis, traditional approaches for sending and receiving data becoming difficult …