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Maine firm will (maybe) make biofuel from wood waste

A firm in Bangor, Maine says it is “close” to building a biorefinery that will turn wood waste from paper and lumber mills into liquid fuel that would be sold by New Hampshire’s Sprague Resources. As reported by the Portland Press-Herald’s Tux...

Measuring mercury via dragonflies

Dragonflies might be the coolest type of insect around – beautiful engineering and deadly hunting skills all in one. They can also, it turns out, be used to measure heavy metals in the environment, as a video from Dartmouth (here it is) demonstrates. A citizen...

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