by : Matt simon source: WIRED If only humans could drink seawater without dying, we wouldn’t find ourselves floundering in a water crisis. To not die, first you have to boil saltwater and collect the pure vapor, or get yourself a fancy membrane that filters out all the salt and, conveniently, sea life. This is
By Elizabeth Pennisi source: Science.com TAMPA, FLORIDA—Swimming through the oceans, voraciously consuming plankton and other small creatures—and occasionally startling a swimmer—the beautiful gelatinous masses known as comb jellies won’t be joining Mensa anytime soon. But these fragile creatures have nerve cells—and they offer insights about the evolutionary origins of all nervous systems, including our own.
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A Petrobras e a Total, empresa francesa, assinaram um documento em conjunto com a intenção de investir na construção de usinas eólicas e solares no Brasil. Serão utilizadas as áreas terrestres da Petrobrás no Nordeste e a tecnologia da Total.