It may be the most unpatriotic toxicology study ever, but so be it: Metals give fireworks their color, but some manufacturers are slipping in toxins.
A group of scientists argue that the Covid lockdown, what they’re calling the “anthropause,” is an unprecedented opportunity to study how humans affect animal behavior.
Every summer, an atmospheric event propels desert dust thousands of miles across the Atlantic. This year is particularly bad, and timed terribly with Covid-19.
When permafrost thaws, sea ice disappears, and wildfires rage in the north, the consequences extend to the rest of the world.
Tiny bits of plastic are corrupting every corner of the planet. The major culprits: cheap synthetic clothing and washing machines.
Go behind the scenes at the California Academy of Sciences to see their greatest specimens, including fish from the “twilight zone” and a massive megalodon tooth.
Boston Dynamics is finally making its mechanical canine available for businesses and developers. But know that this puppy ain’t for everyone.
Researchers find that over 1,000 metric tons of microplastic fall on 11 protected areas in the US annually, equivalent to over 120 million plastic water bottles.
Aquarist Mac Bubel takes you into the rarely seen “jelly lab” to explore how she raises these sensitive, hypnotic creatures.
A “perfect storm” of ravenous locusts, flooding, and the Covid-19 pandemic threatens to create huge food shortages.