Greenland's ice sheet is melting six times faster than it was in the 1980s. And all that meltwater is directly raising sea levels. That's all according to a new study, published April 22 in the ...
Hurricane scientists define the South Indian Ocean basin as the part of the ocean south of the equator, and west of 135 degrees longitude—this encompasses an area from Africa to the western part ...
Clean air is something that we are continuously proud of in our little Estonia, and it has been called, partly in jest, one of the most important exports. Unfortunately, the environment, including ...
April 24 (UPI) --Researchers have discovered two new bird species on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The two species belong to the white-eyes family. Sulawesi is home to rich biodiversity, ...
University of Copenhagen researchers have developed a nanocomponent that emits light particles carrying quantum information. Less than one-tenth the width of a human hair, the miniscule component ...
Mona Nemer tells Julie Gould about her role as Canada's chief scientific adviser and how she aims to strengthen science in the country. "We're bordered by three oceans," says Mona Nemer of Canada, ...
Scientists are excited by the prospect of stripping catalysts down to single atoms. Attached by the millions to a supporting surface, they could offer the ultimate in speed and specificity. Now ...
April 23 (UPI) --For the first time, a tremor has been detected on the surface of Mars. The so-called marsquake was detected by the InSight lander's SEIS seismometer. The seismic quake was so small it ...
I suspect that if you asked an engineer at Intel about quantum computing, they probably wouldn’t want to know about it unless the chips could be fabricated using standard fabrication technology.
Researchers at Tokyo Tech's Laboratory for Chemistry and Life Science have developed a micelle-type nano-container that can be switched between its assembled and disassembled state via simple light ...