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Giant cargo drones will deliver packages farther and faster

Companies like Boeing have spent the last few years testing autonomous cargo drones, which can carry hundreds of pounds of goods. With some startups aiming for 2020 rollouts, The Verge takes a look at this new part of the industry.

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New Jersey unveils energy plan to make state 100% clean by 2050

(Reuters) - New Jersey released a draft energy plan on Monday that provides an initial blueprint for the total conversion of the state's energy profile to 100 percent clean energy by 2050: The plan, called Draft 2019 Energy Master Plan, advances New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's goal of 100 percent clean energy by 2050, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) said in a release.

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US renewable capacity surpasses coal for the first time despite Trump's promises, gap due to widen - Electrek

US electricity generation capacity from renewable energy sources surpassed coal for the first time this April, and that gap looks to grow substantially during the next three years. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released its latest Energy Infrastructure Update, and the numbers reveal that the total installed capacity of renewables - including hydropower, wind, solar, ...

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Healing compounds in scorpion venom | Stanford News

A scorpion native to Eastern Mexico may have more than just toxin in its sting. Researchers at Stanford University and in Mexico have found that the venom also contains two color-changing compounds that could help fight bacterial infections.

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Hydrogen has a dirty secret - let's not think it's always a green fuel

FOR a fuel that supported humans on their way to the moon, hydrogen has singularly failed to get off the ground. The fuel cells that provided the juice for the Apollo lunar modules 50 years ago followed a principle of efficient electricity generation we have known for two centuries.

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With One Food Swap, Your Daily Dietary Carbon Footprint Shrinks 48 Percent

Humanity will have to tackle big issues to help stem the climate crisis. But one agricultural economist argues that one dietary change could have a huge impact. By sticking to one rule, he showed how each person can cut their carbon emissions in half

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Russian biologist plans more CRISPR-edited babies

A Russian scientist says he is planning to produce gene-edited babies, an act that would make him only the second person known to have done this. It would also fly in the face of the scientific consensus that such experiments should be banned until an international ethical framework has agreed on the circumstances and safety measures that would justify them.

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India's 'Mount Everest' of Trash Is Growing So Fast, It Needs Aircraft Warning Lights

As tall as the towers of London Bridge, New Delhi's Ghazipur landfill continues to grow at a startling pace. Within a year, it is set to rise higher than the Taj Mahal, one of the country's most iconic monuments. Nicknamed ' Mount Everest' by locals, the expansive pile of fetid matter is already more than 65 metres (213 feet) tall.

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Research group finds way to turn plastic waste products into jet fuel

A research group led by Washington State University scientists has found a way to turn daily plastic waste products into jet fuel. In a new paper published in the journal Applied Energy, WSU's Hanwu Lei and colleagues melted plastic waste at high temperature with activated carbon, a processed carbon with increased surface area, to produce jet fuel.

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Type A blood converted to universal donor blood with help from bacterial enzymes

On any given day, hospitals across the United States burn through some 16,500 liters (35,000 pints) of donated blood for emergency surgeries, scheduled operations, and routine transfusions. But recipients can't take just any blood: For a transfusion to be successful, the patient and donor blood types must be compatible.

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Navy starts building new massive, 50-ton undersea attack drone

The Navy is planning to launch a massive, 50-ton undersea drone to expand mission scope, increase attack options, integrate large high-tech sensors, further safeguard manned combat crews and possibly fire torpedoes -- all while waging war under the ocean surface.

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World's largest battery system planned for Nevada solar plant

Last week, one of the largest solar and battery projects in the world just got one step closer to approval. On Friday the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the colossal Gemini Solar Project, a behemoth planned for 11 square miles of the Nevada desert northeast of Las Vegas off Interstate 15.

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Don Pettit: Welcome to the electric world

It's now clear that to halt climate change we must quickly move from a world powered mostly by burning fuels to a world powered mostly by electricity, and this electricity must come from renewable resources: solar, wind, geothermal and others. Is this possible?

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Wildfires, heat waves foreshadow what could be a perilous summer across the globe

Wildfires in Canada and the United States are prompting evacuations and shuttering businesses, combining with worsening heat waves across the globe to set thestage for what forecasters fear could be another brutal summer for disasters worldwide. As western states like California continue to reel from last year's onslaught of fires, South Asia is in the midst of a staggering heat wave.

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