Scientists have a vision for sustainable, biodegradable glass
Although still in its laboratory testing phase, new biorecyclable glass shows potential for a greener economy.
Deadly Cyclone Freddy could be the longest tropical cyclone on record
The cyclone crossed more than 4,970 miles and made two separate landfalls.
This new species of pink orchid looks like delicate glasswork
The petite flowers were hiding in plain sight across parks and backyard gardens in Japan.
This startup wants to use heat from data centers to warm swimming pools
Deep Green's system could save public pools around $24,000 a year, and cut their annual CO2 emissions by 26 tons.
Biden approved an oil drilling project in Alaska—and it could be a ‘climate disaster’
The administration approved the controversial ConocoPhillips venture while also limiting future drilling in other parts of Alaska.
Google’s AI doctor appears to be getting better
It's all part of the company's grand mission to make personalized health info more accessible.
The Notre Dame fire revealed a long-lost architectural marvel
The 860-year-old Gothic cathedral was likely the first to use iron stapes to reinforce its construction.
US government gives TikTok an ultimatum, warning of ban
The Biden administration warned TikTok's owners to sell their stakes, while the UK banned the app from government devices.
America has a favorite new dog breed, and it’s slightly problematic
French bulldogs pushed the Labrador retriever out of first place this year, but the breed isn't without controversy.
This bumblebee-inspired bot can bounce back after injuring a wing
Bumblebees can hurt their wings and still fly. Researchers want their own aerial robots to do the same.