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World’s Most Livable Cities List In 2013 Dominated By Australia, Canada World’s Most Livable Cities List In 2013 Dominated By Australia, Canada How "livable" is your city? Moreover, what exactly makes one city more livable than another? These are the questions at the heart of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual survey of the world’s 140 major metropolises.
Working at a messy desk may boost your creativity Working at a messy desk may boost your creativity Psychological scientist Kathleen Vohs and her fellow researchers at the University of Minnesota conducted studies and found that both tidy and messy desks have certain benefits.
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Greenland to sprout new shades of green as planet warms, study says Greenland to sprout new shades of green as planet warms, study says The handful of trees and bushes that are indigenous to Greenland currently grow only in small areas in the south. Under a middle-of-the-road warming scenario of 5 to 11 degrees Fahrenheit by 2100, all of these plants will expand locally — and they'll sprout in some distant spots, thanks to dispersal by birds and winds.
Abengoa Completes Khi Solar One Tower Abengoa Completes Khi Solar One Tower Abengoa Khi Solar OneKhi Solar One, a 50 MW superheated steam solar tower with two hours of thermal storage, represents an important technological advance in tower efficiency by using higher temperatures and an innovative dry cooling system says Abengoa. This advancement comes on the heels of the R&D work done by the company in its research centers and pilot plants.