When the Sky Gathers Tears

Around the equator, heavy rainfalls and flooding impact millions. Research shows that global warming could intensify these events, challenging traditional forecasting methods.

Nuclear Transmutations

Scientists have developed a new technique to make nuclear waste safer by transforming it into stable elements, inspired by neutron star observations, promising advancements in clean energy and waste management.

Retreating Futures

New satellite data and machine learning models predicts a third of European Alps’ glaciers will retreat by 2050.

The Bee’s Vapid Poison

Bees cannot detect common lethal pesticides in nectar, risking inadvertent consumption and population decline.

Dissolving Depths

Increased carbon emissions are acidifying oceans, weakening the shells of plankton and marine life, threatening ecosystems.

The Butterfly’s Gaze

Scientists have created a camera inspired by butterfly vision that detects ultraviolet light with 99% accuracy, enhancing diagnostics for cancer detection.

Soiled Stowaways

Overseas shipping containers may introduce harmful organisms to local environments, potentially causing huge risks to biosecurity protection.

Flukes and Floats

Reducing fishing gear more effectively prevents humpback whale entanglements in California’s Dungeness crab industry compared to costly, data-intensive dynamic management strategies, ensuring marine safety and uninterrupted fishing.

Distilling a Galaxy

Supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy can have a direct impact on the galaxy’s chemical distribution.

Below Brittle Blades

Climate change alters plant-soil interactions, impacting decomposition rates.