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A Project to Count Climate Crisis Deaths Has Surprising Results
1 DAY AGO - Climate change is already killing people, but countries don’t have an easy way to count those Expand
Facebook’s Data Center Plans Rile Residents in the Netherlands
07/01/2022 - The country has become a magnet for Big Tech facilities, but locals say they will syphon away all Expand
To Fight Climate Change, First You Need to Measure It
03/01/2022 - Scientists at the UK’s National Physical Laboratory are using monitoring equipment to track our Expand
Why Aren’t You Using an Electric Heat Pump?
31/12/2021 - This process to warm homes is far greener and cleaner than natural gas. Soon the economics will Expand
The Future of Cities? Fewer Cars, Better Homes
29/12/2021 - Picking up the pieces after Covid-19, cities are reinventing themselves to be more inclusive, Expand
It’s Time to Start Feeding Insects to Pigs
27/12/2021 - Ignore the ‘yuck’ factor—the emerging possibilities of insect-based animal feed are vast.
Lab-Grown Embryo Research Is Poised to Transform Medicine
23/12/2021 - New advances in stem cell science could alleviate devastating early-life conditions. But this Expand
Ever More Powerful Predictors Are Tackling Disease
22/12/2021 - Intelligent use of science offers ways to prevent obesity, heart disease, cancer and dementia.
How to Stay Cool Without Warming the Planet
21/12/2021 - The race is on to create climate-friendly air-con technology.
Is There Really Such a Thing as Low-Carbon Beef?
2 DAYS AGO - The USDA is making it easier for farmers to market their meat as “low-carbon.” Not everyone is Expand
This Is the Year of the Shadow Pandemic
06/01/2022 - The long-tail consequences of fighting Covid-19 must be mitigated—in education, women’s rights, Expand
Scientists Settled a Century-Old Family Drama Using DNA From Postcards
03/01/2022 - Swiss forensic geneticists analyzed DNA recovered from postage stamps dating back to World War I Expand
A Global Treaty Can Turn the Tide on Ocean Waste
30/12/2021 - The evidence of oceans drowning in plastic pollution is overwhelming. Only an internationally Expand
Tech CEOs Must Properly Get Behind Net Zero Goals
28/12/2021 - Reducing emissions alone won't get the world to net zero—so entrepreneurs are betting on Expand
A Clean Industrial Revolution Is the Only Way to Hit Net Zero
27/12/2021 - Governments and companies around the world are finally acting to create a green economy and avoid Expand
Startups Are Trying to Drive Down the Cost of IVF
23/12/2021 - New techniques using artificial intelligence and automation can boost the odds of conception.
Proprioception Will Be the Next Big Experiential Trend
21/12/2021 - Our relationship with goods and services will be determined by spatially intelligent design and Expand
This Startup Is Making—and Programming—Human Cells
20/12/2021 - Creating bespoke cells could transform testing and help develop new treatments for diseases such Expand
Pregnant People Are Still Not Getting Vaccinated Against Covid
5 DAYS AGO - Misinformation and muddled public health messaging have failed expectant parents. Now Omicron's Expand
Gravity Could Solve Clean Energy’s One Major Drawback
04/01/2022 - Finding green energy when the winds are calm and the skies are cloudy has been a challenge. Expand
To Go Green, Electric Vehicle Batteries Must Be In The Loop
03/01/2022 - Powering clean cars still requires a destructive race for raw materials, but this can change with Expand
African Voices Must Lead the Global Climate Conversation
29/12/2021 - The world is finally waking up to the impact the climate crisis is having on the continent.
We Are at the Dawn of the Age of Physics-Supplied Energy
28/12/2021 - Power can become cleaner, cheaper, and better. Here’s how.
From dinosaur bones to virtual reality tumours - what the future of cancer looks like
26/12/2021 - Manchester's Science and Industry Museum is showcasing innovative new solutions for the first time Expand
Antibodies Are Being Created to Fight Disease in New Ways
22/12/2021 - Targeting cancers and viruses, better knowledge of the human immune system is leading to new Expand
Ursid Meteor Shower: Best time to watch on the shortest day of the year
21/12/2021 - Catch one of the year's biggest and best meteor showers on the longest night of the year, as the Expand