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Science  02 Apr 2010:
Vol. 328, Issue 5974, pp. 25
DOI: 10.1126/science.328.5974.25-a

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ScienceNOW reported this week on a new way to cool parts of the planet by pumping vast swarms of tiny bubbles into the sea to increase its reflectivity and lower water temperatures; the discovery of which part of the brain gauges another person's motives; a new technique called superwicking that could provide a better way to cool computer hardware; and flat, paper clip–sized "nanogenerators" that pump out the same voltage as a AA battery when they are squeezed, bent, or shaken; among other stories.