Is Beef the new coal? Climate-friendly eating is on the rise

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Eleven Madison Park, a top Manhattan restaurant, is going meatless. The Epicurious…

Undammed, undimmed: The battle over a unique European river

Activists fear time is running out to save what they call Europe’s last major “wild river”…

Back-to-back tornadoes kill 10 in China; over 300 injured

In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, emergency personnel search through the wreckage of…

‘Nihao Mars’: China’s Zhurong rover touches down on Red Planet

Mars (seen in an image released on March 3, 2021 taken by China’s Tianwen-1 probe which…

Synthesizing a new class of bio-inspired, light-capturing nanomaterials

POSS-peptoid molecules self-assemble into rhomboid-shaped nanocrystals. Credit: Stephanie King | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Inspired by…

Researchers trace path of light in photosynthesis

Pictured is the ultrafast optical setup in the Laboratory for Ultrafast Multidimensional Optical Spectroscopy at the…

New technology enables rapid sequencing of entire genomes of plant pathogens

Next-generation sequencing technology has made it easier than ever for quick diagnosis of plant diseases. “It’s…

Teachers’ gender, sexuality, and age affect perceptions of sexual misconduct of students

The United States has witnessed a steep rise in reports, arrests, and media coverage of teachers’…

Glaciologists measure, model hard glacier beds, write slip law to estimate glacier speeds

Researchers measure the topography of an exposed glacier bed at Castleguard Glacier in the Rocky Mountains…

Scientists discover faster way to manufacture vascular materials

Synchronized manufacturing of a bioinspired structure with a hierarchical vascular network. Credit: Mayank Garg, Nancy Sottos,…

New cyanobacteria species spotlights early life

Anthocerotibacter panamensis, a newly discovered species of cyanobacteria, can help researchers study the dawn of oxygenic…

New research shows: Antoni van Leeuwenhoek led rivals astray

The Van Leeuwenhoek microscope in question, property of the University Museum of Utrecht University. Credit: Utrecht…

Fibre-optics used to take the temperature of Greenland Ice Sheet

Fibre-optic cable (red) installed in 1 km deep borehole drilled on Store Glacier in Greenland. Credit:…

Solar wind from the center of the Earth

Credit: CC0 Public Domain High-precision noble gas analyses indicate that solar wind particles from our primordial…

Using captured carbon dioxide in everyday products could help fight climate change, but will consumers want them?

Carbon capture technology is used to stop emissions at the source, particularly in industries like steel…