Research by University of Wyoming scientists has contributed to the removal of federal protection for a plant found in southeast Wyoming, northern Colorado and western Nebraska.
Western-led research may ‘charge up’ consumers by addressing their frequent complaint that rechargeable batteries gradually hold less charge over time.
Marine heat waves may be impacting one of the ocean’s major sources of food and shelter for sea life—kelp.
Air pollution – even at levels below national and international air quality guidelines – is associated with an increased risk of deaths in Canada, according to new UBC research.
Little brown bats in Canada are already endangered by a devastating fungal disease.
Digital innovations have the potential to bring people closer to nature, to help ensure there is the necessary strong public support for conservation measures.
Controlled environments provide advantages to predict plant responses and increase production efficiency, optimize plant yield, and improve plant quality.
A Texas A&M research team describes the process of creating new supercapacitor electrodes that have drastically improved mechanical properties.
In a Western Colorado community, decades of drought have left lasting impacts on the surrounding forests, and extreme weather events frequently destroy local fruit crops.
Hypoxia in 2019 falls within normal range despite high river flow and light winds.
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