Malaria control programs in Amazonian Peru helped reduce the incidence of the deadly parasitic disease by 78%.
The growing period of hardwood forests in eastern North America has increased by an average of one month over the past century as temperatures have steadily risen, a new study has found.
Scientists have calculated that the fastest changing Antarctic region - the Amundsen Sea Embayment - has lost more than 3,000 billion tonnes of ice over a 25-year period.
Fewer parasites in U.S. waters might be seen by many as a good thing, but a Kennesaw State University biologist says the trend signals potential danger for fish and other wildlife.
A new study highlights how extreme snowfall events significantly alter the amount of ice lost by the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Cultivation and growth of grapevines have strongly influenced European civilizations, but where the grapevine comes from and how it has spread across the globe has been highly disputed so far.
A global mapping project led by University of Queensland researchers has revealed the major stressors placed upon global coastlines by human activity.
Most life on Earth is based on polymers of 20 amino acids that have evolved into hundreds of thousands of different, highly specialized proteins.
A new research collaboration with The Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gemstones (DANAT) will seek to develop advanced characterization tools for the analysis of the properties of pearls and to explore technologies to assign unique identifiers to individual pearls.
Here’s a tip for landowners looking to limit emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane: consider the moisture in your soil.
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