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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Won-Hee Ryu

NatureNet Science Fellow Won-Hee Ryu — materials scientist and nanotechnology expert — might not be a typical Conservancy scientist, but his work could have as much benefit to society (and nature) as traditional biodiversity conservation.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Haoran Yang

More than half of the energy generated in the U.S. is lost as heat. Where some people might see only wasted potential, NatureNet Fellow Haoran Yang sees a huge opportunity.

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Meet the NatureNet Fellows: Mingliang Zhang

Want to know the best thing about the story of Ming and the Nanoscavengers? Every word of it is true, and the special effects, courtesy of nanotechnology, are real.

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Better Green Living Through Chemistry

Conservancy NatureNet Fellow Sen Zhang and colleagues announced a process that overcomes a key obstacle to wider adoption of renewable energy fuel cells: their prohibitive cost.

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Conservation Future: Announcing the 2013 NatureNet Fellows

Nine young scientists — with specialties ranging from energy infrastructure to urban ecology, Kenyan pastoral techniques to nanotechnology — inaugurate a program designed to help kick-start conservation toward addressing the challenges facing people and nature in the 21st century.

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