The other day, I half-jokingly told a Canadian friend who is a pastor that I needed to do penance for all the air travel I’m doing for work.
Jeffrey Lockwood reviews E.O. Wilson’s foray into fiction.
Tiny gastropod inspires a new generation of armor
New windmill wrings drinking water straight from the air
Remote control helicopters sample bacteria from moving giants
Robotic cat keeps tabs on your home energy consumption
Light-emitting walls could be twice as efficient as fluorescent bulbs
Your next set of wheels could be made of weeds
One sticky afternoon last summer, Richard Hofstetter, a beetle expert at Northern Arizona University, picked his way through yellow-green grass on the slopes of Humphreys Peak.
As pikas and other alpine species are pressured by global warming, many observers warn they wil be pushed higher and higher until they vanish like deserving souls into the ether.