A highly sensitive, wearable gas sensor for environmental and human health monitoring may soon become commercially available, according to researchers at Penn State and Northeastern University.
A new study shows that there is a huge disproportion in the level of funding for social science research into the greatest challenge in combatting global warming – how to get individuals and societies to overcome ingrained human habits to make the changes necessary to mitigate climate change.
One in five young people have fatty liver disease (steatosis), with one in 40 having already developed liver scarring (fibrosis), research published today [15 January] has found.
Walnuts may not just be a tasty snack, they may also promote good-for-your-gut bacteria.
Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, are among the most common organisms on Earth.
Over a billion people worldwide live without electricity.
NASA's ARIA team mapped damage in southwestern Puerto Rico following a 6.4-magnitude quake and hundreds of aftershocks.
The recent bushfires in Australia have been terrifying. As we talk of firenadoes and megablazes, we're understanding just how dangerous and unpredictable fire behaviour can be.
A new digital platform helps teachers in disciplines from psychology to literature incorporate climate change into their curricula.
Texas A&M scientists found that insect leaf-wounding in plants triggers a stress response that produces healthier organic fruit.
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