“Barrett and five other conservative justices will wield considerable influence on climate change policy” “The supreme court is shifting right, at a pivotal moment when… Read More »Amy Coney Barrett’s Addition To High Court May Undermine Climate Fight
“After a summer that saw record Siberian fires and polar temperatures topping 100 degrees Fahrenheit, along with near record low sea ice extent in September,… Read More »Arctic Sea Ice Has Yet To Form Off Of Siberia, Worrying Scientists
Floating gardens sound so idyllic. Now, a study proves that they are more than just a pretty place. The study, by researchers at Illinois State… Read More »Floating gardens: More than just a pretty place
University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science researcher Shane Elipot proposes a new approach to monitoring global sea-level rise. Using the… Read More »Sea-level rise global observing system proposed
The designers of solar cells know their creations must contend with a wide range of temperatures and all sorts of weather conditions — conditions that… Read More »Material properties for longer-lasting, more efficient solar cells
To see wildlife in the Triangle, sometimes you need go no further than your own backyard. A new study helps explain why some animals are… Read More »Wildlife flock to backyards for food from people
The US space agency, Nasa, has revealed conclusive evidence of water on the Moon. Unlike previous detections of water in permanently shadowed parts of lunar… Read More »Nasa announcement: What is on the Moon?
With the tropical storm season in the Atlantic Ocean underway and already well into the Greek alphabet for naming, better storm track prediction has allowed… Read More »Greenhouse effect of clouds instrumental in origin of tropical storms
University of North Carolina School of Medicine scientists have made a curious discovery about a well-known human protein that helps the immune system fight viral… Read More »Can scientists take the STING out of common respiratory viruses?