One way to figure out what something is made of is to see what kinds of wavelengths of electromagnetic energy it can absorb.
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Creative minds will hit higher notes when they sing their science.
In this video, wildland fire scientist Kevin Hiers explains how technology can be used to aid fire behavior research in fire-dependent ecosystems.
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