Freshwater ecosystems account for half of global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming.
ChatGPT has made headlines around the world with its ability to write essays, email, and computer code based on a few prompts from a user.
Birds native to the tropical Andes, many of which cannot be found anywhere else, are threatened by increasing agricultural development in the region.
Tidal flats, also known as mud flats, make up coastal wetlands that protect against destructive powers from the ocean such as waves, tsunamis and hurricanes.
Analysis of geographic and demographic patterns reported in The Journal of Climate Change and Health uncovered 18-year increase in heat related illness and suggests that targeted interventions can ease the health consequences of extreme weather.
No stranger to hot weather, the region is facing more humid heat waves that test the adaptability of its residents.
An Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) was deployed from the RRS Sir David Attenborough (SDA) for the first time last week.
A shipping container that can test passive cooling systems could help researchers and builders find carbon-free ways to keep people cool in extreme temperatures.
One of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease is disruption to the body’s circadian rhythm, the internal biological clock that regulates many of our physiological processes.
The upcoming bushfire season in Australia may be bad, but future years pose a more significant threat, says a UNSW bushfire expert.
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