In cities and towns, private home gardens are the most critical food source for pollinating insects, such as bees and butterflies, according to new research published in the Journal of
The collision that wiped out the dinosaurs from the face of the Earth began at the very edges of our solar system, according to a study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports (1).
NASA’s Perseverance rover mission is only a few days away from landing on planet Mars. On February 18th at 21.43 CET, the spacecraft is due to land on the Red
Fortified walls marking national borders are preventing hundreds of wild animals from migrating in an attempt to escape the effects of climate change, according to a paper published in the
The goals of the Paris Agreement aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will never be achieved without considerable changes in farming practices, according to a study published in Nature (1).
Toddlers spending too much time using touchscreens are more easily distracted and have shorter attention spans, warn British researchers. The study, recently published in Scientific Reports (1), showed that infants
Japanese researchers developed a new method to build large perovskite solar panels with a longer lifespan than ever achieved, according to a new study published on Advanced Energy Materials (1).
We all know that littering is bad, but now scientists found that rubbish can actually have a positive effect on our waterways. In polluted urban rivers, invertebrates, like insects, snails