Climate ChangeGlobal WarmingEvolutionAiCarbon CaptureCarbon DioxideCo2Politics Of Climate ChangeQuantum ComputingQuantum ComputerWorld Health OrganizationGravitational WavesEcological ScienceCarbon EmissionsArtificial IntelligenceTreesEcologistsClimate SolutionsStem Cell ResearchStem CellsOptimismVirgoClean EnergyAlternative FuelsNumber Of TreesGlucoseOxygenPhotosynthesisPlantsSpace TimeTree DensityStem CellTheory Of RelativityBlack HolesCernFusion EnergyLarge Hadron ColliderMicroorganismsHiggs BosonHuman EvolutionGenomesMachine LearningScience NewsGlobal MapsUniversity Of CambridgeUniversity Of WaterlooEcological ResearchSatellite ImageryNematodesGenome SequencingThomas CrowtherGenome EditingTree PlantingFusion-Powered EnergyGeoengineeringSunlightIter ReactorIterArgonne National LaboratoryScience InnovationsScience EthicsScience BreakthroughsQuantum TeleportationNeural NetworksWorld Meteorological OrganizationMicrobiomeArtificial LeafSpace-TimeCalifornia State UniversityCarbon NeutralCenter For Nanoscale MaterialsChlorophyllCity University Of Hong KongLaser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave ObservatoryCuprous OxideMethanol2010sLoad More TopicsLoad More Members Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateDown-VotesLast ModifiedRankingTitleUp-VotesViewsVoting ActivityVoting Score The scientific events that shaped the decade The 2010s have seen breakthroughs in frontiers from gene editing to gravitational waves. The coming one must focus on climate change. https://www.nature.com 1 The Scientific Events that Shaped the Decade 1 VOTE @eruditely December 18, 2019 Biological SciencesComputing and Information TechnologyEngineering and Applied SciencesFuturologyHistory and Past Events 2010sAiArtificial IntelligenceBlack HolesCarbon CaptureCarbon EmissionsCernClimate ChangeEvolutionFusion Energy The 2010s have seen breakthroughs in frontiers from gene editing to gravitational waves. The coming one must focus on... New 'Artificial Leaf' Uses Sunlight to Turn Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel There is no doubt that climate change is a very serious (and worsening) problem. According to a recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IP… https://www.sciencealert.com 2 New 'Artificial Leaf' Uses Sunlight to Turn Carbon Dioxide into Fuel 2 VOTES @Michael November 13, 2019 Biological SciencesEngineering and Applied SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsTechnology and Invention Alternative FuelsArgonne National LaboratoryArtificial LeafCalifornia State UniversityCarbon CaptureCarbon DioxideCarbon NeutralCenter For Nanoscale MaterialsChlorophyllCity University Of Hong Kong There is no doubt that climate change is a very serious (and worsening) problem. According to a recent report... The ecologist who wants to map everything Thomas Crowther wants to restore the planet, but first he needs to know how many trees, fungi, worms and microbes live on it. https://www.nature.com 1 The Ecologist Who Wants to Map Everything 1 VOTE @Michael September 23, 2019 Biological SciencesData and StatisticsNature and OutdoorsNews and Current EventsPhysical Sciences Carbon CaptureClimate ChangeEcological ResearchEcological ScienceEcologistsGlobal MapsGlobal WarmingMachine LearningNematodesNumber Of Trees Thomas Crowther wants to restore the planet, but first he needs to know how many trees, fungi, worms and... Opinion | Maybe Weâre Not Doomed After All We have the brains to slow down climate change. Do we have the will? https://www.nytimes.com 1 Maybe We’re Not Doomed After All 1 VOTE @eruditely June 8, 2019 Business and EntrepreneurshipEngineering and Applied SciencesNature and OutdoorsRights and ActivismSociety and Social Sciences Carbon CaptureClean EnergyClimate ChangeClimate SolutionsGeoengineeringOptimismPolitics Of Climate Change We have the brains to slow down climate change. Do we have the will?