A new study of Hurricane Harvey data shows how much havoc big storms wreak on newborns.
Wind farms could absorb some of the energy from hurricanes before they hit land.
Sprayers plan attacks from the ground and sky.
And this problem isn't unique to Texas.
Videoconferencing offers the possibility of uninterrupted care during disasters.
Houston's record-breaking rain can be traced back to atmospheric changes.
Ever-so-slightly more reflective clouds could, theoretically, slow down storms.
What Harvey and Irma left behind.
A serious hidden hazard.
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