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Faraday Future replaces former BMW exec Breitfeld as CEO

Faraday’s directors voted to remove Breitfeld and replace him with Xuefeng Chen, who currently leads the automaker’s China division......»»

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Stellantis evaluating dealers for chargers, EV sales needs

The automaker is working to ease dealerships into its ambitious EV rollout, but it has no plans to specify the dollar amounts they'll need to invest as GM and Ford have done......»»

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Woman dies in crash during test drive outside Florida Nissan dealership

A central Florida woman was killed while participating in a test drive of a 2023 Nissan Rogue from a dealership in Winter Haven, Fla......»»

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Squirrel sperm and feet tell a different climate change story

Perhaps it's time to replace the canary in a coal mine metaphor with a squirrel in the ground. Because two University of Manitoba studies found that climate change is altering ground squirrels' sperm and feet, and this warns of big consequences poten.....»»

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Europa"s plate tectonic activity is unlike Earth"s

Plate tectonics represents a defining framework of modern geoscience, accounting for large-scale features on Earth's surface, such as mountains and valleys, as well as the processes that shape them, like volcanoes and earthquakes. Present-day plate t.....»»

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Children have less perceived access to important tools than reported by their parents

According to a new study, children think they have less access to common measurement tools and toys around the house than their parents do. This was the unexpected result Megan Ennes and co-investigator Gail Jones discovered just before launching a y.....»»

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Black people are more than three times more likely to experience homelessness

A new report, authored by Heriot-Watt University, found that in England the highest levels of homelessness risks are experienced by people from Black and minoritised ethnic backgrounds......»»

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Where did the Earth"s oxygen come from? New study hints at an unexpected source

The amount of oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere makes it a habitable planet......»»

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Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing the versatile form of carbon at usable scales remains a challenge

"Future chips may be 10 times faster, all thanks to graphene"; "Graphene may be used in COVID-19 detection"; and "Graphene allows batteries to charge 5x faster"—those are just a handful of recent dramatic headlines lauding the possibilities of grap.....»»

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Skateboarding continues to be subversive despite mainstream competitions such as the Olympics, researchers say

Skateboarding continues to be unkempt, subversive and tacitly political despite inclusion in mainstream competitions like the Olympics, experts have said......»»

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Combination of behavior change campaigns and technology could help keep air pollution to a minimum in schools

Surrey's Global Center for Clean Air Research (GCARE) found that campaigns aimed at changing the behavior of parents, teachers and the local community can reduce outdoor nitrogen dioxide exposure by up to 23% compared to business-as-usual activities......»»

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Benefits of scaling "housing first" approach to address homelessness in Scotland

A new report from Heriot-Watt University, and Matt Rayment from ICF, has outlined a range of findings highlighting the benefits and challenges of scaling the "Housing First" approach to address homelessness in Scotland......»»

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Lava from Hawaii volcano lights night sky amid warnings

Waves of orange, glowing lava and ash blasted and billowed from the world's largest active volcano in its first eruption in 38 years, and officials told people living on Hawaii's Big Island to be ready in the event of a worst-case scenario......»»

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Report: Much of the world was drier than usual last year despite La Niña

The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth's water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to s.....»»

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Chasing future biotech solutions to climate change risks delaying action in the present. It may even make things worse

The world is under growing pressure to find sustainable options to cut emissions or lessen the impacts of climate change......»»

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Inflation: How financial speculation is making the global food price crisis worse

UK households, like those in many other countries, are struggling to make ends meet. More than half of households have only £2.66 per week left after paying for bills and essentials, according to figures from the supermarket chain Asda......»»

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Generation X better prepared for retirement than experts thought

Only about one in three Americans have enough saved for retirement, according to a national survey. But new research from the University of Georgia offers what might be a silver lining to the doom and gloom: Generation X doesn't appear any worse off.....»»

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Microphytobenthos in the Dutch Wadden Sea feed on "left-overs" from the bottom

The Wadden Sea is an extremely productive ecosystem whose food web is supported by benthic organisms, feeding on primary producers. In a recent publication in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, NIOZ marine biogeochemist dr. Philip Riekenberg and col.....»»

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Two thirds of Australian authors are women. Our new research finds they earn just $18,200 from their writing

Most Australian book authors do not earn enough income from their creative practice to make ends meet. They rely on other jobs and other support, such as a partner's income......»»

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Child sexual abuse review: How research can help to tackle growing online abuse

In the seven years since the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse launched in 2015, it has held more than 300 days of public hearings, processed over 2 million pages of evidence, heard from over 700 witnesses, and engaged with over 7,000 victi.....»»

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