New research deconstructing the anatomy of a honeybee stinger could help pave the way for a future generation of miniaturised medical devices used for drug delivery in humans.
Astronomers have uncovered a link between Neptune's shifting cloud abundance and the 11-year solar cycle, in which the waxing and waning of the Sun's entangled magnetic fields drives solar activity.
As NASA works to make data and research more meaningful and accessible to diverse public and scientific audiences, the agency’s Transform to Open Science (TOPS) program is supporting open science efforts and programs across a variety of scientific disciplines, including climate science and physical oceanography.
With climate change, irrigating more crops in the United States will be critical to sustaining future yields, as drought conditions are likely to increase due to warmer temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns.
Researchers at the MIT Language Acquisition Lab are using funds from the 2022 Levitan Prize in the Humanities to carry out a set of studies investigating children's acquisition of "expletives" or “dummy words” — words that don't seem to have any meaning.
Almost twice as many gray whale calves swam north with their mothers to their Arctic feeding grounds this spring compared to last year, according to a new count completed by NOAA Fisheries’ Southwest Fisheries Science Center.
Americans in the northeast paid greater attention to air quality alerts this summer as wildfire smoke thickened skies with an orange-tinted haze.
The historically high heat waves that gripped the southwest United States and southern Europe this summer are causing problems for more than just humans.
Human-caused climate change is shortening the snow cover period in the Arctic.
A Biosphere 2 rainforest experiment reveals soils release more volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere during drought.
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