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The colors artists used in the sunsets of their paintings may provide clues to what was circulating in the air hundreds of years ago.
People who handle cash register receipts printed on thermal paper show notable exposure to bisphenol A.
Found in nearly half of faucets, contamination could explain sporadic cases of disease.
Scientists struggle to predict underwater digs’ effects on sea life.
Hydrocarbons that spill into oceans stifle the beat of tuna cardiac cells.
Single-family homes and low-rise buildings do much more damage than skyscrapers.
In the Upper Midwest, switchgrass trumps maize at boosting ecological health.
A device that relies on organic molecules could cheaply bank power from renewable sources.
The method could scrub exhaust from cars and power plants.
Fetal death rates rose in Washington, D.C., in parallel with two recent spikes in drinking water’s lead levels.
A new report by Green Cross Switzerland and the Blacksmith Institute lists places posing the greatest risk to human health.
By layering more than 650,000 satellite images onto a Google map, researchers have created a new tool to track forest cover.