A University of Leicester scientist has joined leading scientists from across Europe in raising an alarm over the 'pseudoscience' concerning regulation of compounds used in agriculture, healthcare and industry.
The history of Greenland's snowfall is chronicled in an unlikely place: the remains of aquatic plants that died long ago, collecting at the bottom of lakes in horizontal layers that document the passing years.
It's a win-win situation for the environment and the economy when it comes to introducing legumes into agricultural systems, says new research published in Frontiers in Plant Science, carried out by an international team ...
Researchers at The University of Western Australia have invented a new technique for 'flaming' wild seeds that could allow them to be used more easily in replanting large tracts of land such as reclaimed mine sites.
The 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident should serve as a wake-up call to nuclear plant operators and regulators on the critical importance of measuring, maintaining, and restoring cooling in spent fuel pools during severe ...
A small fire shut down a generating tower Thursday at the world's largest solar power plant, leaving the sprawling facility on the California-Nevada border operating at only a third of its capacity, authorities said.
The bacteria in and on our bodies have been shown to be vital for human health, influencing nutrition, obesity and protection from diseases.
An almost entirely accidental discovery by University of Guelph researchers could transform food and biofuel production and increase carbon capture on farmland.
Scientists have mapped changes in composition of plant cell walls over space and time, providing new insights into the development and growth of all plants.
Establishing a human colony on the Moon and travelling to Mars has been the stuff of dreams since the dawn of the space age.