Scientists are using machine learning to map microbial communities in the human body. Two new papers published this week in PLOS One and Science provide some incredible insights into the
Yesterday — Wednesday 11 December — the European Commission revealed details of its much anticipated European Green Deal, covering everything from the food we grow to the air we breathe
Both the scale and speed of Greenland’s ice losses are much higher than predicted, according to a new paper published on 10 December in Nature (1). The authors claim ice
Despite widespread awareness of the perils of climate change and grandiose declarations by governments, global average temperatures and carbon emissions continue to rise for a third consecutive year and will
This pieces was written by Fred Roeder and originally published by the European Conservatives and Reformist Group. From January 1st, 2020 for the first time in human history, there
The majority of climate models published between the early 1970s and late 2000s were remarkably accurate, according to a systematic review published on 4 December in Geophysical Research Letters (1).
Scientists have created the first ‘rigorous’ map of the sustainability of global food systems that moves beyond focusing solely on the agriculture-nutrition connection and introduces all the different elements of
Scientists have discovered how stem cell therapies repair heart tissue — and not by replacing damaged cells with new cells, as previously thought. Instead, injecting stem cells into the injured