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Fiat Chrysler is now under the microscope after claims by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that it too has installed deceptive software in some 104,000 vehicles. The accusations come following the news that six Volkswagen executives were charged for their roles in the sale of 11 million diesel cars equipped with similar software. Not only do they face decades in jail, if found guilty, but the German automaker now has to cough up more than $21 billion in fines and cleanup costs.

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Last week, the European Union warned seven member nations that it plans to sue them over their lack of active involvement in punishing diesel emissions fraudster Volkswagen. Those nations, which include Spain, Luxembourg, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Greece, the U.K. and Volkswagen’s home country of Germany, failed to establish and execute regulatory penalties against the embattled automaker.

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Most doctors in 2016 wouldn’t recommend tobacco to anybody, but the much-maligned plant may yet have a role to play in saving lives around the world. Researchers at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in New Delhi, India have discovered that the plant can be genetically engineered to aid in the global fight against malaria.

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Whoever coined the phrase “What’s old is new again” probably wasn’t a microbiologist, but the old adage has certainly proven true with the discovery of a very ancient microbe in the Netherlands. Researchers at Radboud University have identified an archaeon – a type of single-celled prokaryote – that consumes both methane and iron, a cause for excitement in this era of concern over climate change.

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We may not realize it when we walk outside, but air pollution surrounds us. In fact, 92% of the world's population, that's nine in ten people, live in places where the air pollution exceeds limits set by the World Health Organization. The new WHO air quality model is based on data collected from satellite measurements, air transport models and ground station monitors for more than 3,000 locations.

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