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Linn Winge

Linn Winge

Linn Winge 2 min read

🐠 Robot fish repairs itself with microplastics

Scientists from Sichuan University have designed and developed a robotic fish that collects microplastic as it swims in the water. With the microplastics it can repair damages it gets while working.

Linn Winge 1 min read

πŸ“š New York libraries are giving away 500,000 books

This summer, New York Libraries are giving away 500 000 books to keep kids engaged.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🐒 Giant tortoise extinct for 100 years is actually alive

A giant tortoise believed to be extinct for more than a century is actually alive in the Western GalΓ‘pagos. In order to be sure, scientists used genetic sequencing to confirm their finding.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🍁 Redwoods grow new leaves to adapt to drought

The iconic redwood trees have started to grow new special leaves to handle the drought.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🐠 Science and animal instinct can save fish populations

Scientists suggest using philopatry, which is an animal's tendency to return to its area of birth, to save endangered fish species.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🌳 Ancient forest discovered in sinkhole in China

A team of Chinese scientists have found a sinkhole with a forest at the bottom. They say that they wouldn’t be surprised if they found species never heard of before in the ancient forest.

Linn Winge 2 min read

🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Scottish villagers buy nature reserve

Scottish villagers buy a nature reserve and now they are hoping to double its size, making it 4000 hectares.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🏫 Beautiful eco-school protects students from harsh desert heat

In Jaisalmer, a city in India, students have to brave scorching temperatures to attend class. A new school, the Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School, with a smart design keeps the school and its students cool without air conditioners.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🐬 Effective and low-tech solution to bycatch

Fishing nets are usually invisible to animals using echolocation but now marine biologists from Germany have come up with a solution to make nets visible to acoustic signals, helping animals to dodge the nets.