With the growth of the “eat ’em to beat ’em” movement comes a growing number of books and other resources for cooking invasive species.
Warming climate boosts avian parasites
Pumping carbon dioxide underground to generate geothermal power
Mushrooms that clean up dirty diapers
The real thing for measuring uranium contamination
Need to measure how much uranium is in the soil at that contaminated old mine? Just bring a can of Coca-Cola Classic® along.
Does it matter when novelists muddle facts about nature?
A provocative essay calling on conservation biologists to stop bad-mouthing nonnative species has sparked a testy showdown in the pages of the prestigious journal Nature.
Desperate to break up the genetic monotony of isolated panthers and weakened chestnuts, researchers are outfitting species with borrowed genes. The payoff is survival.
Nuclear power no answer for climate change?
Nuclear energy is often touted as a solution to curbing climate change because it produces fewer greenhouse gases than burning fossil fuels