Researchers are tackling the growing problem of electronic waste by designing wearable electronics from sustainable and recyclable materials.
Scientists develop a light-driven carbon capture system using photoacids, creating an energy-efficient method to remove atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Experts argue a new approach is needed so that we are less reliant on antimicrobial drugs, where less use means less resistance.
According to researchers, crop yields could suffer considerably in the face of a sudden catastrophe, but we can prepare.
With Africa’s population set to double by 2050, many snake species face a higher risk of extinction, prompting concerns among conservationists.
Innovative cryopreservation technique revives adult corals, safeguarding their genetic material to seed future populations.
Contrary to previous assumptions, giant viruses play a vital role in sustaining algal blooms that form around the world every year.
Swarms of iron-clad algae have been built to sweep through bodies of water to collect elusive bits of micro- and nanoplastics.
Through awareness and education, individuals may become more conscious of their future spending choices, ultimately contributing to the success of the right to repair movement.
Magnetic iron nanoparticles shown to eliminate persistent water pollution, such as microplastics and oils.