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Accelerating demand for renewable energy and electric vehicles is sparking a high demand for the batteries that store generated energy and power engines. But the batteries behind these sustainability solutions aren't always sustainable themselves. Scientists have now create a zinc battery with a biodegradable electrolyte from an unexpected source: crab shells.

A sustainable battery with a biodegradable electrolyte made from crab shells

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New research concerning 'synanthropic' flies (the non-biting flies that live with us) argues that we need to pay far more attention to them as disease carriers. While epidemiologists have focused their attention on the biting flies that can spread diseases by transferring infected blood from host to host, it turns out that what the non-biting flies regurgitate is a far greater risk to human health.

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Earlier this year a machine learning algorithm identified up to 5,000 potential gravitational lenses that could transform our ability to chart the evolution of galaxies since the Big Bang. Now, astronomers have assessed 77 of the lenses using the Keck Observatory in Hawai'i and Very Large Telescope in Chile. The team confirmed that 68 out of the 77 are strong gravitational lenses spanning vast cosmic distances.

Dozens of newly discovered gravitational lenses could reveal ancient galaxies and the nature of dark matter

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