The same genetic mutations that can trigger cancer in some tissues are relatively harmless in others.
Excess fertilization of agricultural fields is a huge environmental problem.
The important nutrient phosphate may be less abundant in the global ocean than previously thought, according to a new paper in Science Advances.
Forests with a large variety of species are more productive and stable under stress than monocultures: scientists from the University of Freiburg have confirmed this with data from the world’s oldest field trial on the diversity of tropical tree species.
Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to common antibiotics.
Increased consumption of sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened soft drinks is associated with an increased risk of death.
An overwhelming scientific consensus affirms that for thousands of species across the globe, climate change is an immediate and existential threat.
People whose homes are damaged by storms or flooding are significantly more likely to experience mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, according to new research.
The most common process for making hydrogen peroxide begins with a highly toxic, flammable working solution that is combined with hydrogen, filtered, combined with oxygen, mixed in water, and then concentrated to extremely high levels for shipping.
Bad wells tend to get excluded from studies on groundwater levels, a problem that could skew results everywhere monitoring is used to decide government policies and spending.
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