A sample of estuarine mud taken 16 years ago has yielded a potential new class of painkiller as potent as opioids, but without their disadvantages.
It’s likely you’ve experienced — or at least heard of — a heat wave on land: those prolonged periods when temperatures are unusually high.
Four new research projects are giving a boost to NOAA’s ability to measure, track and forecast ocean acidification, warming and other important ocean health indicators.
A class of Simon Fraser University graduate students initiated a pro-active move this summer to improve the Fraser River’s habitat for salmon.
Forest protects the climate. Reforestation can decisively contribute to mitigating global warming according to the Paris Agreement.
Many of today’s scientific processes are simulated using computer-driven mathematical models.
Satellite data has confirmed the formation of Subtropical Storm Melissa.
More than 200 square meters of our bodies — including the digestive tract, lungs, and urinary tract — are lined with mucus.
NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite passed over North Atlantic Ocean on Oct. 14 and provided forecasters with an infrared view of Tropical Storm Melissa that revealed wind shear was tearing the storm apart as it was becoming extra-tropical.
Have you contemplated your home galaxy lately? If your sky looked like this, perhaps you'd contemplate it more often!
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