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  • 11
    May

    2022

    Geomathematics

    For every tourist in Cambridge, there are some must-see spots like King’s College chapel, the Mathematical Bridge at Queens‘ College, and, certainly, the apple tree at Trinity College. To be precise:...

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  • 20
    Apr

    2022

    Surviving Climate Chaos and Promoting Peace with...

    UN Secretary General António Guterres has described our efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change as “a damning indictment of failed climate leadership”. Its consequences, he notes, include...

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  • 10
    Mar

    2022

    Ronse De Craene

    Floral Diagrams: an aid to understanding flower...

    There are about 390,000 known flowering plant species on earth, with a far-reaching floral diversity. Flowers have evolved to become the essential systems necessary for reproduction and they have attained...

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  • 8
    Mar

    2022

    Introduction to Estuarine Hydrodynamics

    even for those who live thousands of kilometers away from estuaries, these systems provide food, allow commerce, and protect resources that are part of their daily life Understanding the functioning...

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  • 24
    Feb

    2022

    Earth Detox by Julian Cribb

    Alert is sounding on our poisoned Earth

    A Red Alert is sounding over the rising tide of toxic chemistry which is inundating the Earth, humanity and all life. Recently, scientists warned that the world’s large rivers are heavily polluted...

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  • 24
    Feb

    2022

    Water Quality Impacts of the Energy-Water Nexus

    As fossil fuels consumption has increased over the last century, so have greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change and global warming. In our new book “Water Quality Impacts of the Energy-Water...

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  • 3
    Feb

    2022

    Cooperating genomes

    The essence of biological complexity is communication – a transmission of information between the component parts of an association. But what is the nature of this information and how do genomes co-operate...

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  • 10
    Dec

    2021

    International Mountain Day, 11 Dec 2021

    https://www.un.org/en/observances/mountain-day Water guardians. The last time I was in Nepal I had a near-death experience, accidentally crushed by people celebrating Machindranath, the divine water-guardian...

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