Using the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, a University of Saskatchewan-led research team has developed a method for monitoring uranium contaminants in mine tailings using samples from McClean Lake, SK.
The shores of Lake Ontario have a story to tell, and Meredith Caspell wants to share it with as many people as she can.
A new paper published by Brock researchers finds a large majority of Canadian teens believe they can fight climate change with their individual actions — but they’re not confident how.
Researchers in the University of Kentucky Department of Chemistry are studying how smoke from wildfires can affect public health — even hundreds of miles away from the source.
Unprecedented times have unleashed an enormous amount of new and unique stressors on American farm families.
A new study led by a University of Kentucky professor is sounding the alarm on the impact climate change could have on one of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
The Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy at the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology is leading a Department of Energy project that aims to accelerate discoveries of new, commercially viable hidden geothermal systems in the Great Basin region of the Western United States.
An international collaboration has provided the first insights into a new type of silk produced by the very unusual Australian basket-web spider, which uses it to build a lobster pot web that protects its eggs and trap prey.
Two new studies from the University of Melbourne will help the largest, most powerful and complex space telescope ever built to uncover galaxies never before seen by humanity.
In an otherwise empty lab on the CU Boulder campus, a musician and a scientist stand 12 feet apart in separate rooms, an open door between them.
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