Algae bioreactors that tackle CO2 emissions

An Australian company is assessing an innovative, natural system for reducing CO2 emissions right at their source, before they hit the atmosphere. Using NASA inspired research, the technique utilises the carbon-fixing abilities of single-celled algae, cultured in specially designed bioreactors, to consume carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide at their source.

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An accessible and highly illustrated summary of current knowledge about the world's largest and most famous living reptiles.

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