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Chile

Republic in south America

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April 19, 2021
Chilean paleontologists announces the discovery of a new species of giant dinosaurs called Arackar licanantay.

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By The Associated Press
November 4, 2021
AP NEWS
The latest on U.N. climate summit COP26 in Glasgow:PARIS -- French astronaut Thomas Pesquet used a video call from space to describe the view from the International Space Station of global warming's repercussions.
Jonathan Watts, global environment editor
September 27, 2021
the Guardian
One of the largest mining operations ever seen on Earth aims to despoil an ocean we are only barely beginning to understand
Sarah Perez
August 18, 2021
TechCrunch
Last fall, Spotify introduced a new format that combined spoken word commentary with music, allowing creators to reproduce the radio-like experience of listening to a DJ or music journalist who shared their perspective on the tracks they would then play. Today, the company is making the format, which it calls "Music + Talk," available to [...]
Robert Perkins
August 6, 2021
phys.org
A close examination of the millimeter-wavelength emissions from the asteroid Psyche, which NASA intends to visit in 2026, has produced the first temperature map of the object, providing new insight into its surface properties. The findings, described in a paper published in Planetary Science Journal (PSJ) on August 5, are a step toward resolving the mystery of the origin of this unusual object, which has been thought by some to be a chunk of the core of an ill-fated protoplanet.
August 5, 2021
Beatrice Daily Sun
SYDNEY -- Australia's most populous state is reporting the worst day of its outbreak of the coronavirus delta variant, with a record 262 new local infections and five deaths from
August 5, 2021
Beatrice Daily Sun
SYDNEY -- Australia's most populous state is reporting the worst day of its outbreak of the coronavirus delta variant, with a record 262 new local infections and five deaths from
Mary Ann Azevedo
July 30, 2021
TechCrunch
Xepelin is built on a SaaS model designed to give SMEs a way to organize their financial information in real time.
Devin Coldewey
July 28, 2021
TechCrunch
Single-use plastic containers make up a huge amount of the world's waste, but so far no one has come up with a good way to replace them that's also easy for consumers and cost-effective. Algramo may have cracked this nut with a combination of reusable containers and distribution points that both makes and saves money, [...]
Science X staff
July 27, 2021
phys.org
Chile's Chinchorro mummies, the oldest in the world to have been purposefully preserved by humans, were added to UNESCO's World Heritage List on Tuesday.
July 23, 2021
news.google.com
For the first time, scientists have clearly identified a ring of gas and dust circling a planet outside our solar system - a discovery that could help reveal how planets and moons are formed, a study showed Thursday.
July 12, 2021
mint
Lawmakers in parts of the world are seeking higher taxes on metals extracted from the ground to help offset pandemic-related costs
Edwina Seselja and Ashwin Segkar
July 8, 2021
www.abc.net.au
Brisbane man Tom Robinson, 22, built his own boat by hand. Now he plans to become the youngest person ever to row solo across the Pacific Ocean.
By EVA VERGARA
July 7, 2021
AP NEWS
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Marcela García teaches science classes sitting on three cushions placed on a chair in her dining room in Chile's capital, while many of her students listen to her from their beds because both sides lack sufficient space for the remote teaching brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
July 5, 2021
WebWire
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July 5, 2021
WebWire
Mainstream Renewable Power has achieved financial close for the third and final phase of its Andes Renovables wind and solar platform in Chile. The c. US$182 million in debt raised will be used to build the "Copihue" phase which consists of one wind farm, named Camán, located in central Chile. The project, which will commence operations in 2022, initially had an installed capacity of 100 MW but has since increased to 148.5 MW following the signing of an additional long-term, bilateral P...
Liam Miller
July 3, 2021
the Guardian
A trial using maremma sheepdogs and Foxlights is offering a new way to protect livestock and diffuse conflict with ranchers over the big cats
July 2, 2021
The Economic Times
The number of confirmed cases only reflects a fraction of the actual number of infections, with different countries also having varying counting practices and levels of testing.
Science X staff
June 29, 2021
phys.org
Lithium, cesium, or even gold--in addition to energy geothermal waters can contain mineral treasures. In the BrineMine research project, researchers from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) want to leverage this potential and support sustainable mining in Chile. Together with their partners, they are developing strategies and methods for extracting mineral resources directly in geothermal power plants. Here, not only energy and minerals are to be extracted, but also drinking water. Important process steps have already been successfully tested in a demonstration plant.
Science X staff
June 28, 2021
phys.org
Scientists at the University of Southampton have found that a marine invasive species--a sea squirt that lives on rocky shores--could spread along 3,500 kilometers of South American coastline if climate change or human activities alter sea conditions.
Kevin Watkins
June 27, 2021
the Guardian
Renewable energy will rely heavily on an industry already berated for human rights violations
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