Spanish researchers created a new protein capable of degrading PET microplastics, according to a study published in Nature Catalytics. We produce around 400 million tons of plastic worldwide every year.
A team of international researchers identified a 170-million-year-old marine reptile from the Age of Dinosaurs as the oldest-known mega-predatory pliosaur, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports.
The Ruki River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo may be the darkest river in the world due to high levels of organic matter, according to a study published
Researchers assess how extreme weather events, such as storms and cyclones, affect water circulation in the tropical Pacific, according to a study published in Climate and Atmospheric Science. It’s well known
Albatrosses use infrasound to guide them on extended foraging trips, according to a study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Infrasound is a low-frequency sound
A researcher from Göttingen University, Germany, discusses the difficulties faced by mining communities in transition, according to a comment article published in Nature Energy. Mining changes communities drastically, including landscapes,
Unprecedented heat is likely to cause a mass extinction to eliminate all mammals in 250 million years, according to a study published in Nature Geoscience. A team of researchers from
Replanting logged forests with diverse mixtures of seeds accelerates their recovery, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances. Arranged by a team of researchers from the University
UK’s Maritime Minister announces the creation of the UK National Clean Maritime Research Hub (UK-MaRes Hub) with the aim of encouraging decarbonisation and elimination of air pollution from maritime activity
Corals can survive in nutrient-poor waters thanks to the help of microscopic algae, according to a study published in Nature. This phenomenon has fascinated researchers since Charles Darwin. The study