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Scientists concerned about accelerated melting of Greenland’s ice sheet

Over the last 20 years, Greenland has been losing more ice than it gains through snowfall in winter– a change in a natural balance that normally keeps the ice-sheet stable. But warmer conditions are encouraging algae to grow and darken the surface. And since dark ice absorbs more solar radiation than clean white ice, it’s warming up

Australian company to print batteries on solar panels

One Australian company is on a mission to print out ultra-thin, flexible screen-printed batteries, which could then be applied on top of super-thin flexible screen-printed solar panels and revolutionize the renewable energy industry. The company, Printed Energy, just received backing from the federal government in the form of $12 million dollars to produce the printed batteries and bring