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A whole ecosystem is working hard in your compost to break down your food and yard waste into natural fertilizer for your garden.

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It's all in the Clouds. It's not everyday that you discover a new species, let alone one that has been right under your nose for almost 200 years.

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Inflammation is part of the body's normal healing process. Why does inflammation hurt? Read on to learn more.

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You put the CO2 in (to the atmosphere), you take the CO2 out...or at least you shake it all about!

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The consensus is in: Earth is getting hotter! The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), concluded that man-made gas emissions are a major driving force behind climate change.

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Spores are the main reproductive units for asexual reproduction in many kinds of bacteria, fungi, algae, and non-flowering plants. They play very interesting roles in nature.

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Due to their waxy cuticle plants are able to store water in very hot climates, although the cuticle also created new problems for gas exchange...

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Using bacteria as drug delivery systems inside the body.

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When you think of a kind of environment where you'd be working in for a science job, many would say an office in a building or a lab. But how cool would it be if your office was on the ocean!

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