Can we sustainably provide food, water, and energy to a growing population during a climate crisis?
Chemists found a material that can display superconducting behavior at a temperature warmer than it currently is at the North Pole. The work brings room-temperature superconductivity tantalizingly close.
The US economy could lose $221 billion annually by 2090 as people stop working as much or as hard.
And that’s just in the United States.
A diet supplemented with red algae could lessen the huge amounts of greenhouse gases emitted by cows and sheep, if we can just figure out how to grow enough.
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