The race is on to scale down the cost of sustainable aviation fuel production technologies and scale up production capacity.
Very little is known about the effects of solar geoengineering interventions, and many researchers agree that research as well as deployment should be carefully governed.
Any discussion about the role of new reservoirs must focus on the creation of new unsustainable demand.
A hydrogel loaded with drugs to simultaneously regenerate nerve tissues and blood supply shows promise for promoting recovery after spinal cord damage.
The “metal-eating” robot can follow a metal path without using a computer or needing a battery.
A story of persistence, Barbara McClintock rocked the foundation of genetics with her controversial ideas, forming our understanding of “jumping genes” and the dynamic nature of the genome.
Researchers recreate the somatic nervous system in robots, allowing them to convert feeling into movement under different stimuli.
A new report outlines in quantitative detail the range of options, trade-offs, and costs to guide future policies in achieving carbon neutrality by 2045.
The materials chemist discusses her research, new innovations in tackling the energy crisis, and how her son helps with “zoom fatigue”.
A new study explores the contributions of forensic DNA analysis to crime detection and asks whether its effectiveness can be improved.