After studying global data from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, researchers have discovered a strong correlation between severe vitamin D deficiency and mortality rates.
Sterilizing used face masks and gowns by exposing them to electron beams could help mitigate the shortage of personal protective equipment.
The lockdown led to a significant drop in some pollutants in the UK’s towns and cities, mainly as a result of less traffic, a new report reveals.
Information on the distribution of mosquito species that transmit any pathogens is important, particularly as the climate is warming.
Metals used to give fireworks color damage human cells & animal lungs.
Wasterwater gathered at treatment plants contains a wealth of information relevant to human and environmental health.
Researchers from Swansea University have developed a new environmentally friendly method for removing toxic chemicals from water.
Towards the end of the century parts of the UK could see 40°C days every 3-4 years on average under a high emissions scenario.
Over the past twenty years, many areas within New York City have transitioned from industrial and manufacturing zones to residential neighborhoods.
A Cornell-led collaboration is flipping the switch on traditional synthetic chemistry by using electricity to drive a new chemical reaction that previously stumped chemists who rely on conventional methods.
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