Technology used in cancer research leads to roadmap of chemicals important for agriculture, food production and climate resilience.
States with decarbonization goals must plan, prepare, and test for long-duration energy storage.
A team of engineers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has recently shown that nearly any material can be turned into a device that continuously harvests electricity from humidity in the air.
The George Institute for Global Health today announced data from the phase III INTERACT3 study demonstrating that a new combination of treatments for stroke due to intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) significantly improves the chances of surviving without major disability.
Arctic ground squirrels are unique among mammals.
Ocean circulation in the deep waters around Antarctica has slowed significantly over the past three decades, posing a threat to the climate system, according to a new study.
Chronic kidney disease is a growing problem worldwide and in the aging U.S. population.
If we could rewind the tape of species evolution around the world and play it forward over hundreds of millions of years to the present day, we would see biodiversity clustering around regions of tectonic turmoil.
Researchers at Oregon State University and Baylor University have made a breakthrough toward reducing the energy consumption of the photonic chips used in data centers and supercomputers.
Scientists at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) are embarking on two new research projects that will transform our understanding of impacts of the climate and biodiversity crises.
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