Shadows in the Glass

Drinking water has been shown to contain hidden, persistent chemicals called 2,6-DHNPs, posing severe health risks even at low levels.

Secrets Beneath the Ice

Recent research advances our understanding of icy moons like Enceladus and Europa, revealing potential for detecting extraterrestrial life through the analysis of ejected ice grains containing organic material.

Blue Reflections of Time

Using 45 Meyer’s spruce samples, researchers in North China traced a 281-year temperature record, highlighting blue light reflection’s crucial role in unveiling climate changes and linking global patterns.

Silence in the Depths

The deep ocean’s biodiversity is threatened by overfishing, particularly of deepwater sharks and rays.

Deforesting Disease

Deforestation in sub-Saharan Africa disproportionately increases malaria risk among the poorest, with a 27-33% rise in prevalence observed.

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.

Consumed Stars

Scientists have detected the faint glow of stars stripped of gas by voracious companions, revealing cosmic cannibalism through precise telescopic measurements.

The Fevered Climate

Analysing ancient climate records reveals how environmental changes and diseases shaped societies across the Roman Empire, emphasising the need for health considerations in modern climate assessments.

Over Martian Shores

Mars’ water history, studied by NASA’s Perseverance rover in the Jezero crater, suggests past habitability and enlightens its climatic past.