Improving air quality may improve cognitive function and reduce dementia risk, according to several studies reported today at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC®) 2021 in Denver and virtually.
Food is a basic necessity, and it is at the heart of every human culture and our sense of home. It also represents one of our most important connections to Earth.
Skies turned hazy from Pittsburgh to Washington to Boston, as smoke from fires in Canada poured into the U.S. Northeast.
Forecasts are higher resolution, providing hourly observations at the individual beach level.
To study extreme heat events, experts use observations and models to draw a picture of how often events of a given intensity occur in the present compared to the past or the future.
A Texas A&M study found that these inexpensive, convenient devices can measure exposure to a class of chemicals that can be harmful during pregnancy.
Texas A&M researchers have mined location-based data to essential establishments during Hurricane Harvey to develop a framework for monitoring communities’ resilience.
Oceanic measurements collected during a scientific cruise on NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown last week confirmed that a large area of poorly oxygenated water is growing off the coast of Washington and Oregon.
UChicago-led research could yield increased food production, boost drought tolerance
For more than 30 years, scientists on the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have focused on human-induced climate change.
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