Once found widely throughout Australia, Tasmanian devils are now indigenous only to the island state of Tasmania.
There’s been talk lately about empathy, its components and its general decline.
Research published in this week’s issue of Nature Communications reveals a considerable chance for an ice-free Arctic Ocean at global warming limits stipulated in the Paris Agreement.
In the brain, when neurons fire off electrical signals to their neighbors, this happens through an “all-or-none” response.
Water is essential for life – and scarcity of freshwater resources, exacerbated by climate change, can trigger serious consequences, including economic hardship, conflict and displacement.
University of Otago scientists are part of an international research collaboration which has made an important discovery in the quest to lower global agricultural methane emissions.
For more than a billion people around the world, running water comes from “intermittent systems” that turn on and off at various times of the week.
Nothing can threaten a velvety green lawn like vagabond dandelions—but it isn’t all bad, says a University of Alberta gardening expert.
The more naturally verdant an area is, the more likely it will contribute to the general health of the habitats and the organisms in and around it.
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have succeeded in 3D printing with a wood-based ink in a way that mimics the unique ‘ultrastructure’ of wood.
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