As our computers and other electronic devices become faster and more powerful, they are coming closer to an undeniable physical limitation: heat generated by the electrons that carry information as they move through semiconductors.
Every time you run a ChatGPT artificial intelligence query, you use up a little bit of an increasingly scarce resource: fresh water.
Experiencing three or more concussions is linked with worsened brain function in later life, according to new research.
For the past few decades, scientists have been observing natural ocean fertilization events — episodes when plumes of volcanic ash, glacial flour, wildfire soot, and desert dust blow out onto the sea surface and spur massive blooms of phytoplankton.
A tiny flightless midge which has colonised Antarctica’s Signy Island is driving fundamental changes to the island’s soil ecosystem.
Our industrialized society releases many and various pollutants into the world.
Boreal wetlands are a significant source of isoprene and terpenes, a class of highly reactive organic compounds that have a substantial impact on the Earth’s climate, according to a new study led by the University of Eastern Finland and published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
An increasing number of Floridians agree that human actions are causing climate change, including a record number of Florida Republicans, according to a new survey from Florida Atlantic University.
A science team gains new insight into the atmosphere of a “mini-Neptune,” a class of planet common in the galaxy but about which little is known.
Small-scale wildlife surveys can reveal the health of entire ecosystems, new research shows.
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