The catastrophic wildfires in Australia around New Year’s generated a massive smoke plume that still hasn’t dissipated in the stratosphere.
Unwanted electronic waste is piling up rapidly around the globe, while collection and recycling efforts are failing to keep pace, a new report shows.
More than 200 experts have implored the World Health Organization to acknowledge that the coronavirus can spread through the air.
Microscope and chemical analyses suggest that, like snakes, caecilians have glands near their teeth that secrete venom.
A weird four-quark particle could be a unique testing ground for the strong force that governs how quarks stick together.
Adam Kucharski talks about his new book ‘The Rules of Contagion,’ a timely read during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new X-ray map of the entire sky, using data from the eROSITA telescope’s first full scan, looks deeper into space than any other of its kind.
Drones are too clumsy to rub pollen on flowers and not damage them. But blowing pollen-laden bubbles may help the machines be better pollinators.