To keep food on the table in a warming world, researchers are bolstering plant immunity against the heat.
An innovative scientific instrument may be a game changer in the search for signs of extraterrestrial life.
TU Wien (Vienna) has developed a chemical process that uses special catalysts to turn climate-damaging carbon dioxide into valuable methanol.
A new publication and interactive map summarise the current state of knowledge on the risks posed by permafrost soils – and call for decisive action.
New research led by the University of East Anglia quantifies the benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5°C and identifies the hotspot regions for climate change risk in the future.
Indiana University researchers have identified a specific bacterial microbe that, when fed to honey bee larvae, can reduce the effects of nutritional stress on developing bees -- one of the leading causes of honey bee decline.
A chemical compound discovered in 2019 in Fairbanks’ wintertime air accounts for a significant portion of the community’s fine particulate pollution, according to new research that seeks to better understand the causes and makeup of the dirty air.
Lancaster University researchers have helped to develop a new standard approach to assess how farms affect biodiversity.
A major study into landscape changes in the Brazilian Amazon sheds new light on the many environmental threats the biome faces – but also offers encouraging opportunities for ecological sustainability in the world’s most biodiverse tropical forest.
Climate change is a reality and extremely high temperatures have been reported by India and Pakistan in the spring.
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