The grim effects that climate change will have on pediatric health outcomes was the focus of a “Viewpoint” article published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation by Susan E. Pacheco, MD, an expert at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).
That banana peel, turned into graphene, can help facilitate a massive reduction of the environmental impact of concrete and other building materials.
Using the latest satellite technology from the European Space Agency (ESA), scientists from the University of Bristol have been tracking patterns of mass loss from Pine Island – Antarctica’s largest glacier.
Cutting emissions of particular gases could improve conditions for plants, allowing them to grow faster and capture more carbon, new research suggests.
The design of sophisticated new materials is undergoing brisk technological advancement.
A neural network-driven Earth system model has led University of California, Irvine oceanographers to a surprising conclusion: Phytoplankton populations in low-latitude waters will expand by the end of the 21st century.
A material revolution replacing cement and steel in urban construction by wood can have double benefits for climate stabilization, a new study shows.
The wide-scale introduction of large herbivores to the Arctic tundra to restore the ‘mammoth steppe’ grassland ecosystem and mitigate global warming is economically viable, suggests a new paper from the University of Oxford.
Meeting one of the great challenges of our time – providing a growing global population with food – requires research with a holistic perspective on food production, people’s eating habits, and the population increase.
The project’s distributed sampling strategy is designed to help scientists better understand the transfer of heat, freshwater, and momentum between the atmosphere and the ocean.
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