Recent discoveries have unearthed a bonanza of natural hydrogen in significantly larger quantities than was previously thought possible.
Isolated tsetse fly pheromones could help get sleeping sickness under control
Understanding the chemical language of love used by tsetse flies helps combat the spread of a lethal human parasite.
Century-long decline of pollinators in northern regions
Data collected over the last 100 years in northern Finland demonstrates drastic changes pollinator species linked to climate change.
Scaling up renewable green energy using photocatalysis
Splitting water with light via photocatalysis to create hydrogen could help reach net zero emission goals if the process can be scaled up.
Is Antarctica blooming?
Underneath the freezing, desolate surface of Antarctica, phytoplankton are finding a niche
Americans are migrating towards wildfires, reveals national study
Data collected between 2010 and 2020 shows that people are relocating away from hurricanes and heatwaves but towards fire-prone areas.
Finally, an anti-fizzing paper straw that doesn’t get soggy
Soggy, limp paper straws have for too long been the only option to minimize plastic waste, but a new, improved design will remedy this.
Where in the world will direct air capture be most effective?
With varying climate conditions around the world, where are the most cost-effective locations to deploy direct air capture facilities?
How do nanoplastics affect crop yield and nutrition?
From soil to the seed, nanoplastics were shown to accumulate in rice and peanuts with potential affects on crop yield and nutrition.
How wildfires are pushing mountain lions toward riskier behavior
What lessons can a threatened mountain lion population living within the bounds of Los Angeles teach about the future of conservation?