‘Gold Hydrogen’ Is an Untapped Resource in Depleted Oil Wells

Capturing or otherwise neutralizing the CO2 must be done safely, says Stephen Wallace, who runs a microbiology lab at the University of Edinburgh. But he adds that Cemvita Factory’s idea of harnessing microbes for hydrogen production is “indicative of a lot of the really interesting work going on in biotechnology right now.” Wallace and his […]

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Review: Meross’s Smart Oil Diffuser Adds a Scent to Your Home With HomeKit Support

Meross’s smart essential oil diffuser seeks to allow you to add a pleasant aroma to the air using any essential oil of your choice and increase a room’s humidity to counteract dry air, with HomeKit support for control and automations. Meross offers a wide range of HomeKit-compatible smart home devices, including garage door openers, lighting, […]

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‘Plastitar’ Is the Unholy Spawn of Oil Spills and Microplastics

While we know where the plastics came from, the origin of this particular tar wasn’t clear. But generally speaking, whenever oil spills, it floats around and partially evaporates, thickening over time into tar balls, which then wash ashore. It’s basically super-toxic Play-Doh. “Once it gets stuck to the rock, the wave brings microplastics or any […]

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Apple Loses Position As World’s Most Valuable Company to Oil Giant Aramco

Apple has lost its position as the world’s most valuable company, after a broad sell-off of technology stocks and a rise in the price of oil. Apple stock fell by around 5% on Wednesday to $146.50, down nearly 20% since the start of the year. Apple’s market capitalization dropped to $2.37 trillion. Oil giant Saudi […]

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Microsoft data shows workers are burning the midnight oil

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central The ubiquity of hybrid work may be causing workers to burn the midnight oil. Microsoft’s Work Trend Index shows that a third peak of productivity has formed in the late hours of the night. As people continue to work from home, it appears that they’re more likely to sit […]

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