The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted just how reliant the United States and other countries are on Chinese manufacturing, with widespread shortages of protective medical gear produced there.
Texas A&M engineering researchers have created mesh-like mats made with tannic acid. Used in bandages or inside food storage containers, they can help promote prolonged antioxidant activity.
Logging of native forests increases the risk and severity of fire and likely had a profound effect on the recent, catastrophic Australian bushfires, according to new research.
Spending time in the garden is linked to similar benefits for health and wellbeing as living in wealthy areas, according to a new large-scale study.
Scientists from Heriot-Watt University have revealed that shale gas extraction was geologically challenged by fault networks at all the drill sites attempted in Lancashire.
Social marketing is shown to help small fishing communities adopt sustainable fishing practices.
The average picker now experiences 21 days each year when the daily heat index — a mix of air temperature and humidity — would exceed workplace safety standards.
Despite longstanding popular belief, bicycle lanes can actually improve business.
Study shows twice the average emissions rate of 11 other major U.S. production regions; paper demonstrates potential for space-based data to drive down methane loss rates.
A recent study from Aalto University shows that less than one-third of the world's population could currently meet their demand for food produced in their local vicinity.
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