Latest Carnegie Institution's Geophysical Laboratory Stories
For the first time scientists have been able to watch nanoparticles grow from the earliest stages of their formation.
A new study by NASA-funded scientists at the Carnegie Institution's Geophysical Laboratory finds that the interior of the moon may hold 100 times more water than previously believed.
WASHINGTON, June 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA-funded scientists estimate from recent research that the volume of water molecules locked inside minerals in the moon's interior could exceed the amount of water in the Great Lakes here on Earth.
The oil and gas that fuels our homes and cars started out as living organisms that died, were compressed, and heated under heavy layers of sediments in the Earth's crust.
An international team of researchers including scientists at the Carnegie Institution has discovered a new chemical compound that consists of a single elementâ€•boron.
But which of the countless possible combinations of biomolecules and mineral surfaces were key to this evolution?
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