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.
Gilead Sciences says remdesivir cuts the chances of dying from the coronavirus, and data show the drug can curb the virus’s growth in cells and mice.
A new study shows that rat-related reports in New York City went down during COVID-19 lockdowns compared with previous years during March and April.
People generally convert a dog’s age to human years by multiplying its age by seven. But a new study shows the math is way more complex.
A theoretical study could help physicists searching for a theory of quantum gravity.
When stories of police violence against civilians capture public attention, reforms follow despite a dearth of hard data quantifying their impact.
Predicting the weather on Mars is essential for landing and keeping rovers — or astronauts — safe on the surface. The next Mars missions will give forecasts a boost.
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.