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Nothing clouds our understanding of climate change more than clouds themselves. With clouds continuing to be an enigma, modellers who attempt to predict which way global weather changes are heading are just shooting in the dark. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a UN-backed scientific body, in its report released two years ago termed clouds the most urgent scientific problem that needed attention. Now, it seems, scientists have found a silver lining.

A team of researchers in Bangalore has reproduced clouds in the lab, a feat many others have attempted in the past but failed. 

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