For the science and health communities
Sharing the Earth with other species is an important human responsibility
From the value of tipping and the dangers of de-icing salts to what makes a child's voice angelic — and picking the perfect sausage
$90,000 in prize money to be awarded to winning proposals to help the developing world
Study looks at which countries have the hardest-working scientists – and those most likely to work outside of ‘normal hours’
What’s really going on beneath our feet when we use fracking to extract natural gas from deep underground?
Prizes of $50K, $25K and $15K awarded for innovative safe water and sanitation solutions in the developing world
Researchers show that growth rates have risen rapidly since the 1960s — in a manner that is unprecedented in the last 150 years
International event, from September 1 to 6 in Stockholm, brings together scientists, policymakers, business innovators and NGOs
Population growth and industrialization have affected the Earth’s plants and animals — while giving us the understanding to remediate some of the problems
Report in Atmospheric Environment suggests that exhaust ventilation or filtration systems may be needed
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