A team of scientists from the United States and Hong Kong has built a “bionic eye’ that mimics a human eye in shape and function. The eye, currently in its prototype stage, could one da…
New therapeutics are testing whether protective bacteria can dampen harmful immune responses to food
BONN, May 22 (IPS) - Restoring damaged ecosystems is vital to avoid the collapse of nature's most valuable contributions to people, but International Day for Biological Diversity 2020 should also be a wake-up call about the importance of addressing our social, economic and systemic values, because it is these that are driving the destruction of nature.
Based on discussions with experts, the Telegraph’s special technology correspondent imagines what a typical day might look like in May 2021
Particles may outnumber zooplankton, which underpin marine life and regulate climate
Moss balls seem to roll around glaciers in a coordinated way, and researchers can't explain why the whole group moves at about the same speed and in the same direction.
A new study by the researchers at Cardiff University finds that it's not just the animals on land and sea that are eating plastic. Birds are found to be eating hundreds of plastic debris each day through the food they eat near the river banks.
Lunar dust and a compound found in urine could be used to build future dwellings on the moon, a new study finds.
Organisms that don’t follow the herd may not be stragglers, but nature’s way of hedging its bets.
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