A new study finds that the Southern Hemisphere is responsible for over 95% of the recent drop in global water availability, which is partly driven by large-scale atmospheric climate modes.
In analyses of data from western US states, increases in wildfire-related air pollution around dialysis clinics were linked to higher rates of hospitalizations and deaths among patients.
It's a multi-billion dollar question: What will happen to water as temperatures continue to rise?
Magnesium, the lightest metallic structural material, has been referred to as the most promising material for green engineering in the 21st century.
When rivers began catching on fire, the U.S. government knew it was time to act. So Congress passed the Clean Water Act of 1972.
Leading scientific publisher introduces its 12th subject-specific website, AZoAI.com - the A to Z of Artificial Intelligence. The website educates and informs how the application of artificial intelligence will impact the science, engineering and healthcare sectors and provides industry experts in these fields with the latest news and content from the AI and machine learning industries.
The focus of this project revolves around investigating the mechanisms involved in carbon dioxide fixation, a critical research area aimed at mitigating the levels of atmospheric carbon that contribute to global climate warming.
Porsche has recently announced its decision to switch to low-emission steel for its vehicles starting in 2026.
Researchers have developed an efficient process that can convert carbon dioxide into formate, a material that can be used in fuel cells to generate electricity.
A significant international research initiative is set to investigate the viability of low-lying coral atoll islands in withstanding the anticipated sea level rise.
Adi Mehrotra knew that his time at MIT wasn't up yet when he finished his undergraduate degree in 2022.
Leading scientific publisher introduces an AI assistant trained on 23 years of scientific content.
Wind-generated electricity is poised to assume a pivotal role in the global energy landscape as the world shifts away from fossil fuels towards renewable sources.
Due to wake loss, offshore wind farms can “steal” the capacity of other farms up to 20%, 50 km away.
The planet's demand for salt comes at a cost to the environment and human health, according to a new scientific review led by University of Maryland Geology Professor Sujay Kaushal.