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'Quantum radio' may aid communications and mapping indoors, underground and underwater
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated that quantum physics might enable communications and mapping in locations where GPS and ordinary cellphones and radios don't work reliably or even at all, such as indoors, in urban canyons, underwater and underground.
Scientists measure Earth's rotational forces with underground laser gyroscope
Scientists are preparing to measure the inertial rotation of Earth using an underground laser-based gyroscope.
How carbon gets absorbed deep underground
As scientists work to make climate change models more accurate, they must grapple with the myriad ways carbon gets absorbed and released by the planet's biologic, geologic and atmospheric cycles.
CO2 stored underground can find multiple ways to escape
When carbon dioxide (CO2) is stored underground in a process known as geological sequestration, it can find multiple escape pathways due to chemical reactions between CO2, water, rocks and cement from abandoned wells, according to Penn State researchers.
Four miners rescued in China after 36 days underground
Rescuers have pulled out four miners who had been trapped underground for 36 days in a collapsed gypsum mine in eastern China.
'Tube drivers in UK capital to walk off job in protest'
Underground train drivers in the British capital are due to stage an industrial action over pay and a new work scheme.
Underground floors await Tehran's commercial, service centers
Among the reasons for Tehran's air pollution are the gradual destruction of the city's gardens and green spaces and their replacement by buildings.
Earth's underground water quantified
The total amount of groundwater on the planet, held in rock and soil below our feet, is estimated to be 23 million cubic km.
Hilarious 'guerrilla stickers' sending commuters into hysterics
More hilarious London Underground 'guerrilla stickers' have crept up across the capital sending commuters into hysterics.

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