"A family's experience of illness they attribute to a local wind farm is concerning, but is no substitute for medical research and hard evidence..."
An electronic nose can tell pears and apples apart (published 8 May 2013 by Platforma SINC)
"Swedish and Spanish engineers have created a system of sensors that detects fruit odours more effectively than the human sense of smell. For now, the device can distinguish between the odorous compounds emitted by pears and apples..."
PCBs are everywhere (published 2 May 2013 by University of Iowa)
"Since polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are produced through industrial processes or activities, it is assumed that people living in industrial cities will have higher concentrations of these toxic chemicals in their blood than people in rural communities..."
Google Earth GIFs, 'Timelapse' Project, Show Startling Impact Of Humans On The Planet (published 9 May 2013 by Huffington Post)
"Google has released some stunning time-lapse images of our changing planet, highlighting some of the most startling impacts made by humans..."
The microbes you inhale on the New York City subway (published 24 April 2013 by American Society for Microbiology)
"The microbial population in the air of the New York City subway system is nearly identical to that of ambient air on the city streets. This research, published ahead of print in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, establishes an important baseline, should it become necessary to monitor the subway's air for dispersal of potentially dangerous microbes..."
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