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What makes the climate change? Part one

Explore the processes behind climate change today and in our recent past.

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It’s real, it’s us, it’s serious. So what now?

Are soccer roars self-amplifying?

Does the volume double when two persons yell together? A reader has questions about the hoots and hollers of the crowd at his local football stadium.

Well-preserved dinosaur was witness to a scary past

The dinosaur is believed to be 110 million years old and could be a new species.

Physicists discover an "ozone layer" on distant exoplanet

The exoplanet WASP-121b has a stratosphere that absorbs radiation from the planet’s star.

Volcanic eruptions hastened the end of the last ice age

... by punching a hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica.

3D-model will reveal events surrounding Greenland landslide and tsunami

Surveys of the West Greenland landslide identify a vulnerable mountain slope that is still active.

Why are some moose white?

Photos of the popular white moose in Sweden’s Värmland County have been spread round the world in social media. Swedish scientists are now trying to find out why the animals are white.

Bacteria thrive on methane deep beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet

For the first time, scientists have direct observations of methane-eating bacteria in a subglacial lake in Antarctica. The study also provides evidence of increased methane production below the ice sheet.

What are these gigantic balls of jelly in the sea?

Observations have been made of large gelatinous spheres in the ocean off the west coast of Norway. Many have seen them this year. Scientists want to know what these are.

This is the face of a salmon louse

Most things on our planet are too small for us to see. Powerful microscopes give scientists the opportunity to catch a glimpse of what we are missing. Check out these close-ups of some of the micro-life in our midst

What’s the best way to implement carbon capture technology?

An Oslo-based researcher has a plan.

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