Magdalena Helmer

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lines, and it is one of these emission lines, distinctive to methane, that has been detected by Swain and colleagues. Fluorescent emission is relatively common in astrophysical environments. It has been detected, for example, in the accretion disks surrounding supermassive black holes, in the interstellar medium and in comets. Specifically, the fluorescent(More)
329 Exploiting diversity and synthetic biology for the production of algal biofuels D. Ryan Georgianna & Stephen P. Mayfield Life, as many people know it, would not be possible without access to cheap and abundant energy. More than 85% of the world’s energy comes from the combustion of oil, coal and natural gas. Scientists generally agree that the(More)
Plastic — you could be forgiven for equating it with cheap, artificial materials that have found their way into all walks of life. You might think of the frequent headlines lamenting the sheer volume of plastic waste that ends up in landfill or pollutes remote locations, such as our seas and deep ocean trenches. But beyond all the negative headlines and(More)