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Carbon monoxide foam in the rectum eases bowel disease in mice

New Scientist

It's best known as a deadly poison, but in low doses, carbon monoxide can have therapeutic benefits for conditions like inflammatory bowel disease and cancer. Now, researchers may have found a way to deliver the treatment safely in a foam

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Floating artificial leaf converts energy from sunlight into fuel

New Scientist

A solar fuel cell that produces carbon monoxide and hydrogen is light enough to float on water, which could help address the shortage of land available for solar projects

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Engineers find a new way to convert carbon dioxide into useful products

Environmental News Bits

MIT chemical engineers have devised an efficient way to convert carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide, a chemical precursor that can be used to generate useful compounds such as ethanol and other fuels. Read the full story from MIT.

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Hong Kong’s car pollution sensors help it clean its air in world first

New Scientist

Carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide pollution have fallen sharply in Hong Kong since it introduced a world-first scheme to detect and repair vehicles with the highest emissions

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Investing in Public Transit Is Investing in Public Health

Union of Concerned Scientists

Conventional cars, trucks and buses also emit fine particulate matter, volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide, all of which are associated with respiratory irritation, infection, and chronic disease. Vehicles emit 1.5

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Biden does not support the ban on gas stoves in US

Inhabitant

They can cause asthma in children and they emit carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and fine particulate matter into the air. But President Joe Biden does not support banning gas stoves.

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Across New York, a Fleet of Google Street View Vehicles Are Tracking an Array of Key Pollutants

Inside Climate News

Each vehicle beams data on greenhouse gases and toxins like benzene, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide to servers in California to be analyzed by the air-quality monitoring company Aclima. By Myriam Vidal At first glance, Ramses Diaz’s car seems like any other driving through New York City.