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Novel coating reduces corrosion and biofouling on ships

By Faye Oney / October 12, 2018

Researchers have developed a coating that could reduce biofouling on ships by up to 50%. Their coating could double a ship’s deployment at sea and reduce maintenance and fuel costs.

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Holdren, Lubchenco update: Duo finally gets committee’s approval

By / March 13, 2009

According to the New York Times, they still have to be confirmed by the full Senate, but the Commerce, Science and Transportation subcommittee on Thursday signed off on John Holdren and Jane Lubchenco. Apparently the senator(s) behind the mysterious “holds” that held up their nominations either got what he or she wanted, or gave up.…

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Holdren, Lubchenco confirmations still in limbo

By / March 12, 2009

Last week we had a post regarding an attempt by an unknown senator to hold hostage the nominations of the Obama administration’s two top science advisers, John Holdren and Jane Lubchenco. Holdren has been nominated to head up the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Lubchenco is to lead the National Oceanic…

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Science being held hostage?

By / March 3, 2009

Washington Post reports that Sen. Robert Menendez is blocking the nominations of the Obama administration’s two top science advisers, John Holdren and Jane Lubchenco. Holdren has been nominated to head up the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Lubchenco is to lead NOAA. The nominations of two of President Obama’s top science…

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