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1 ESA to build second deep space dish in Australia
2 Supply of key minerals for clean energy crucial: IEA
3 US not planning to shoot down errant Chinese rocket: defense chief
4 US must embrace human augmentation or fall behind competitors
5 Fortnite maker girds for epic court clash with Apple
6 UBCO researcher uses geology to help astronomers find habitable planets
7 Hubble Watches How a Giant Planet Grows
8 Astronomers detect first ever hydroxyl molecule signature in an exoplanet atmosphere
9 NASA's Webb to study young exoplanets on the edge
10 Baked meteorites yield clues to planetary atmospheres
11 When the atmosphere isn't enough
12 As different as day and night
13 Researchers identify five double star systems potentially suitable for life
14 New Horizons reaches a rare space milestone
15 First X-rays from Uranus Discovered
16 The PI's Perspective: Far from Home
17 Solar system's most distant planetoid confirmed
18 UK recalls navy vessels as Jersey standoff with France eases
19 Red Sea corals to persist, even as other corals succumb to global warming
20 Tiny ocean plants called diatoms use a single carbon capture pathway
21 Baby mantis shrimp is born ready to fight, researchers say
22 In Florida, a worrying uptick in manatee deaths
23 1.5íC warming cap could 'halve' sea level rise from melting ice
24 Breakthrough technology introduced to combat growing global water crisis
25 How donkeys digging wells help life thrive in the desert
26 In Peru, pre-Columbian canals offer hope against drought
27 Global warming is making India's monsoon season more erratic
28 No mood to celebrate: Myanmar to snub water fight festival
29 After COVID-19 delay, Delta-X Field Campaign begins in Louisiana
30 Taiwan imposes water rationing as drought worsens
31 Filter made from a tree branch cleans contaminated water
32 26.5 million Nigerian children lack access to water: UNICEF
33 Intervention 'could buy 20 years' for declining Great Barrier Reef
34 EU space regulation ready to take off with the creation of the EUSPA
35 GPS tracking could help tigers and traffic coexist in Asia
36 GSA commissions RUAG to study more accurate satellite navigation
37 MyGalileoSolution and MyGalileoDrone: A word from the winners
38 Soyuz launch campaign for 2 Galileo satellites postponed Until November
39 Ten years of safer skies with Europe's other satnav system
40 Google Maps to show more eco-friendly routes
41 Lessons learnt from simulated strike
42 'Molecular glue' makes perovskite solar cells dramatically more reliable over time
43 Northrop Grumman Solar Arrays to Power Airbus OneSat Spacecraft
44 'Twisting' atomic materials may convert light into electricity
45 Airports could generate enough solar energy to power a city: Study
46 Study paves the way for new photosensitive materials
47 Solar panels are contagious--but in a good way: Study
48 Ten ways to ensure bees benefit from the solar power boom
49 SolAero Technologies' Ingenuity on Mars
50 Queens Landlord Will Complete Borough's Largest Residential Solar Energy Project by End of 2021
51 Encouraging solar energy adoption in rural India
52 NASA's Lucy stretches its wings in successful solar panel deployment test
53 This hydrogen fuel machine could be the ultimate guide to self-improvement
54 NTU Singapore scientists design 'smart' device to harvest daylight
55 Water splitting for solar energy conversion
56 Unusual magnetic transition in perovskite oxide can help boost spintronics
57 Floating solar farms could help reduce impacts of climate change on lakes and reservoirs
58 A new dye shakes up solar cells
59 Sunlight Financial secures 2B in solar financing through expanded partnership with Tech CU
60 Seeing both sides of light collection
61 New analysis of 2D perovskites could shape the future of solar cells and LEDs
62 Shedding light on perovskite films
63 New smart materials could be used for sun-tracking solar panels
64 Producing highly efficient LEDs based on 2D perovskite films
65 White Pine Renewables completes largest floating solar farm in the US
66 Trina solar leading the compatibility charge in the ultra-high power era
67 Researchers improve efficiency of next-generation solar cell material
68 Buckyballs on DNA for harvesting light
69 New research helps solar technology become more affordable
70 Reducing methane emissions by 45% can achieve Paris goals
71 UK banks slammed over 'hollow' climate stance on coal
72 Can US states afford to meet net-zero emissions targets by 2050?
73 French parliament to vote new climate law criticised by green groups
74 'Historic' legal blow for Merkel's climate plan amid Green surge
75 Progressive climate policy can reduce extreme poverty: study
76 UK's top spook reveals so-called green spying underway
77 Biden summit brings new hope on climate but hard path ahead
78 European Parliament, EU member states agree target to cut CO2
79 Global trade rules can help fight climate change: US trade chief
80 IMF, World Bank begin push to swap debt relief for green projects
81 China's bitcoin mining rush risks derailing climate goals
82 Space weather and solar blobs
83 Biden says US must invest because China 'eating our lunch'
84 Asian markets swing after Yellen spooks Wall St., eyes on US jobs
85 Hong Kong ends longest recession in decades
86 Asian markets mostly down as inflation concerns persist
87 China factory activity edges down in April
88 European Parliament backs US global minimum tax proposal
89 Asian markets lifted by upbeat Fed, strong results
90 EU-China investment deal 'not exactly a deal'
91 Scientists at NREL report new synapse-like phototransistor
92 Intel tops expectations as chip demand high
93 Taiwan's worst drought in decades deepens chip shortage jitters
94 Qubits comprised of holes could be the trick to build faster, larger quantum computers
95 Quantifying utility of quantum computers
96 Study shows promise of quantum computing using factory-made silicon chips
97 Fire-hit chipmaker Renesas says recovery could take four months
98 Controlling bubble formation on electrodes
99 Renesas fire threatens to deepen global chip supply woes
100 Florida company licenses NASA tech that keeps electronics cool
101 Expanding domestic manufacturing of secure, custom chips for defense needs
102 How the world ran out of semiconductors
103 New microcomb could help discover exoplanets and detect diseases
104 Intel hit with $2.2 billion verdict in US patent trial
105 Drought hits Taiwan drive to plug global chip shortage
106 Data transfer system connects silicon chips with a hair's-width cable
107 'Perfect storm': phones, consoles could get pricier as chip crisis bites
108 Solution to puzzling phenomenon may open door to improved Cold Spray efficiency
109 General Motors lengthens plant shutdowns amid chip shortage
110 Scientists optimized technology for production of optical materials for microelectronics