The world’s richest man committed $10 billion to fighting climate change. We’ve got some ideas about how to spend it.
The 2,666 passengers signed up for a two-week vacation. They ended up at the heart of a global epidemic.
Seawalls, parks, and elevated buildings can protect against rising tides. But they can also push the price of housing up, and longtime residents out.
Scientists at CERN found a way to trap hydrogen’s mirror twin, antihydrogen, long enough to study it in greater detail than ever before.
Celestial bodies aren’t the reason broomsticks can stand up on end. If they were, it would unleash gravitational chaos.
A new way to produce nanoparticles—which convert carbon dioxide emissions into fuel—may help a niche green-energy technology go mainstream.
From space and with drones, scientists are watching the Arctic get greener. That’s troubling both for the region, and the planet as a whole.
Researchers are debating the best way to monitor the ocean currents that sweep through the Labrador Sea—and may foretell the planet’s climate future.
Thirty-four Meuse-Rhine-Issels aboard a stable in Rotterdam harbor show that cow buoys could provide a creative way to boost food security.
Measuring how many bugs fly into car windshields might sound silly. But to scientists predicting an “insect apocalypse,” the numbers are deadly serious.