Featured by Marlene Cimons
A warmer climate could make every season flu season
It could also make vaccinations trickier by causing the viruses to mutate faster.
Steak made from insect meat? Yum!
One scientist’s quest to turn lab-grow insect protein into burgers and bratwursts.
Snow might be the next clean energy source
Two scientists have developed a device that captures the electrical charge from falling snow.
Humans fueled last summer’s deadly heat
Why summer 2018 saw wildfires, power outages, and buckling roads and railways.
The hidden fish keeping coral reefs alive
See the unsung heroes of the sea.
Meet the ‘Oyster Wench’—a single mom fighting pollution with the power of clams and kelp
“Women could be the architects of the blue economy.”
Rainy days make everything worse—even restaurant reviews
Cloudy with a chance of lousy meatballs
Tropical forests could soon lose their ‘enchanted mist’
Global warming will deprive tropical mountain forests in Central and South America and the Caribbean of their iconic clouds.
Your car’s exhaust is giving kids asthma
New research shows pollution from cars is responsible for 4 million new cases of childhood asthma each year.
Flint residents are using fruits and vegetables to combat lead poisoning
The ongoing trauma in Michigan can't ever be undone, but locals are trying to do what they can to cope.