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Natural wonders welcome walkers on Bellota Trail northeast of Tucson | Local news

Stunning mountain landscapes. Sacred datura wildflowers. Beautiful butterflies. Gnarly oak trees. Woodland birds. Manzanita plants bearing the “little apples” that give the plants their Spanish name. These and other natural wonders reward a springtime walk on the Bellota Trail in the Catalina Mountains northeast of Tucson. The trail, which begins …

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Pollution solution? Artificial photosynthesis breaking down CO2 to solar fuel : Worldly Science

Researchers have discovered a way to trigger artificial photosynthesis, which would help turn greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide into clean air and produce energy at the same time. “This work is a breakthrough,” said Fernando Uribe-Romo, Assistant Professor at University of Central Florida (UCF) in the US, according to …

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