Conventional solar cells can be rendered see-through by puncturing them with holes thinner than the width of a human hair.
Transparent solar cells could replace office windows
The UK is going to lead a space mission to get an absolute measurement of the light reflected off Earth's surface.
Space mission to reveal 'truths' about climate change
Scientists have identified the world's oldest asteroid crater in Australia, adding it may explain how the planet was lifted from an ice age.
Earth's oldest asteroid impact 'may have ended ice age'
Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai called for a balanced approach to regulating artificial intelligence (AI), telling a European audience, at a Bruegel think tank conference in Brussels, that the technology brings benefits but also “negative consequences.”
Alphabet CEO calls for regulation of AI
A first of its kind, global study on the impacts of human land-use on different groups of animals has found that predators, especially small invertebrates like spiders and ladybirds, are the most likely to be lost when natural habitats are converted to agricultural land or towns and cities.
Predators likely to be lost when habitats are converted for human use: Study
Although the Moon has no atmosphere, it has loads of oxygen, all mixed up with the dust on the lunar surface in the form of oxides.
New facility could produce oxygen from Moon dust at unprecedented scale
Elon Musk’s SpaceX simulated a successful emergency landing on Sunday in a dramatic test of a crucial abort system on an unmanned astronaut capsule, a big step its mission to fly NASA astronauts for the first time as soon as this spring.
SpaceX says 'picture perfect' test paves way for human mission
The 70 or so islands of Orkney may be isolated, sitting off the northernmost tip of the Scottish mainland, but they’re at the heart of an energy revolution.
Orkney Islands: Energy revolution starts here
Chinese researchers have disclosed that more rainfall during wet seasons promotes the release of carbon dioxide from the soil, according to a recent research paper published in the journal Ecology and Evolution.
More rainfall in wet seasons promotes more CO2 released from soil: Research
Imagine you are looking up into the night sky, when you see a bright flash. It only lasts for a fraction of a second. Now imagine trying to figure out what it was. This is the challenge astronomers face when trying to study fast radio bursts (FRBs).
Unusual radio telescope could hold key to understanding fast radio bursts

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