Futurity.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Futurity.Org related to Biofuels. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Biofuels.

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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   201
News Count (W/Clustered)   176 (87.56%)
Distinct Stories   109
Blog Count   17 (8.46%)
Tweet Count   7 (3.48%)
Shared Tweet Count   4
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.40
Combined Polarization   6.21
Combined Activity   0.84
Combined Personalization   0.84
News Tone   2.40
Blog Tone   1.49
Tweet Tone   4.50
First Seen   10/5/2009
Last Seen   12/10/2013
News/Social Ratio  87.56%
Attention/Loyalty  122 / 2988 days (4.08%)
Domain Type   News
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Related Countries
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Greg Mcisaac   4.98% (10)
Russell Monson   4.98% (10)
Corey A Mitchell   4.98% (10)
Albert Einstein   4.98% (10)
B David   4.98% (10)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

National Science Foundation   11.44% (23)
Environmental Sciences   10.45% (21)
University Of Illinois   9.95% (20)
Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences   9.95% (20)
Michigan State University   8.96% (18)

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Related Worldwide Cities

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   8.96% (18)
University Of Colorado At Boulder, Colorado, United States   5.47% (11)
Front Range, Colorado, United States   4.98% (10)
New Haven, Connecticut, United States   4.48% (9)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   1.99% (4)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   8.46% (106)
Antarctica   8.46% (12)
China   8.46% (12)
Canada   8.46% (11)
Germany   8.46% (11)

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Related Global Regions

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Soul-T'Ukpyolsi, South Korea   1.99% (4)
KAvn*, Denmark   1.99% (4)
ThN, Germany   1.99% (4)
Oc,    1.99% (4)
British Columbia, Canada   1.49% (3)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   8.96% (18)
Washington, United States   8.96% (18)
District Of Columbia, United States   8.96% (18)
Michigan, United States   8.46% (17)
Colorado, United States   8.46% (17)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   8.46% (142)
Scotland   8.46% (4)
India   8.46% (4)
Isle Of Man   8.46% (4)
Canada   8.46% (3)

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The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

elizahleigh   0.50% (1)[Profile]
gannonaward   0.50% (1)[Profile]
MtA_KT   0.50% (1)[Profile]
chrisdyerblog   0.50% (1)[Profile]
WowThatsNuts   0.50% (1)[Profile]

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Clustered Twitterers

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elizahleigh   0.50% (1)[Profile]
gannonaward   0.50% (1)[Profile]
MtA_KT   0.50% (1)[Profile]
chrisdyerblog   0.50% (1)[Profile]
WowThatsNuts   0.50% (1)[Profile]

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Top News Outlets

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Futurity.Org   54.23% (109)
Physorg.Com   1.99% (4)
Rdmag.Com   1.99% (4)
Laboratoryequipment.Com   1.99% (4)
Phys.Org   1.99% (4)

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Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Futurity.Org   8.46% (17)

News Articles

All 176 news articles:


Nearly identical microbes lurk around the world | Futurity

...... Cataloging and exploring this region, a relatively unknown biome, could lead to breakthroughs in offsetting climate change, the discovery of new enzymes, and processes that may be useful for biofuel and biotechnology research, he adds. For example, Schrenk's future efforts will focus on unlocking answers to what carbon sources the microbes use, how they cope in such extreme conditions, as ......

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Pol: 6.49%
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In desert cave, microbes feed on water, rocks, and air | Futurity

...... on organic carbon, which is a very scarce resource in the cave, they use the energy in nitrogen-containing compounds like ammonia and nitrite to convert carbon dioxide from the air into biomass." The researchers found evidence of cave microbes engaging in all six known pathways that organisms use to fix carbon from the atmosphere to make food and structural material. Rocks for food ......

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Pol: 5.59%
Act: 20.46%
Per: 2.15%
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Insomniac algae produce more biofuel compounds | Futurity

...... bioclock stopping could have significant economic benefits. Microalgae are used for a wide variety of commercial applications ranging from anti-cancer drugs and cosmetics, to bioplastics, biofuels, and neutraceuticals. (Credit: Dave Thomas/Flickr) Insomniac algae produce more biofuel compounds Vanderbilt University right Original Study Posted by David Salisbury-VU on November 11, 2013 ......

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Pol: 4.53%
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To feed the world, oceans need more care | Futurity

...... the open ocean) was the second-lowest-scoring goal and one of the most important resources from the sea for people around the world. A score of 100 is given for wild-caught fisheries if the biomass of landed stocks at sea is within 5 percent of a buffered amount below the biomass that can deliver maximum sustainable yield. For mariculture, the number of metric tons of product per coastal ......

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Tone: 7.40%
Pol: 10.07%
Act: 18.57%
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Changes mix up critters in stream ecosystems | Futurity

...... changing pressures on where species can live, the researchers speculate that important changes could result, for example, in the way that species sometimes act together to produce living biomass or decompose and recycle waste material. Going random' "The consistency of results between experiments and field data here was striking: When we assessed differences between streams in semi-natural ......

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Pol: 4.86%
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Blog Posts

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Could uneaten algae be the next biofuel? | Futurity

...... University of Queensland right Original Study Posted by Bronwyn Adams-Queensland on August 12, 2013 Could uneaten algae be the next biofuel? U. QUEENSLAND (AUS) Focusing on fast-growing and hardy microscopic algae, rather than the most oil-rich, could lead to cheaper and more efficient alternative fuel. "Previously the main focus has been looking for oil-rich algae, but usually ......

(456 words by
Tone: 5.40%
Pol: 7.99%
Act: 20.52%
Per: 1.08%
Que: 6.25%
Exc: 0.00% How much energy do parasites drain from host?

...... most important finding might be that there is a limit to how many worms you can cram into a host, and that limit is best reflected, not by the space available inside the host or by parasite biomass, but by host and parasite metabolic ratesby energy," he says. Energy as a currency is important, and, according to Hechinger, a more universal currency to describe parasitism than is the typical ......

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Pol: 6.64%
Act: 20.13%
Per: 1.99%
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Exc: 0.00% Ask gribbles' how to turn wood into liquid fuel

...... structure and function of a key enzyme used by gribble to digest wood. The discovery will help researchers reproduce its effects on an industrial scale in a bid to create sustainable liquid biofuels. To create liquid fuel from woody biomass, such as wood and straw, the polysaccharides (sugar polymers) that make up the bulk of the materials must be broken down into simple sugars that are ......

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Tone: 1.25%
Pol: 5.32%
Act: 24.41%
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Exc: 0.00% Will thirsty corn limit US ethanol goals?

...... idea that blending ethanol into gasoline cuts harmful emissions from vehicles and lowers the nation's dependence on foreign oil. But the cost in water may outweigh those concerns. "Whereas biofuels offer a means to use more renewable energy while decreasing reliance on imported oil, it is important to recognize the tradeoffs," says Pedro Alvarez, professor and chair of the civil and ......

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Pol: 4.51%
Act: 21.26%
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Exc: 0.00% Drug-finder method coaxes more oil from algae

...... food crops for land or fresh water. "They can live in saltwater, they take sunlight and carbon dioxide as a building block, and make these long chains of oil that can be converted to biodiesel," says Annaliese Franz, assistant professor of chemistry at University of California, Davis, and an author of the paper published in Chemical Biology . Franz and team screened 83 compounds for ......

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Pol: 7.97%
Act: 20.27%
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All 7 tweets:
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...RT Termite guts act like biofuel refinery

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...Engineers have found a way to create accelerated photosynthesis and make biofuel-friendly algae grow faster

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...Yeast strain could lead to more efficient biofuel production

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Pol: 23.08%
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