'Ghostly' neutrinos provide new path to study protons

Neutrinos are one of the most abundant particles in our universe, but they are notoriously difficult to detect and study: they don't have an electrical charge and have nearly no mass. They are often referred to as "ghost ...

Biden blocks Pebble gold mine in salmon-rich area of Alaska

The Biden administration banned the dumping of mining waste near Bristol Bay, Alaska, issuing a decree that thwarts longstanding plans to extract gold, copper and molybdenum because of potential harm to the region's thriving ...

Researchers create Cyborg Cells—natural-artificial cell hybrids

Natural and artificial cells are useful for research, with each having different pros and cons. In research published in Advanced Science, investigators recently created a hybrid called Cyborg Cells that have the engineering ...

How faith can inspire environmental action

It has become clear that meaningful progress on climate change is not going to be achieved by one person or indeed, one government. Coordinated action between governments, industry, local leaders and society is needed urgently. ...

Christmas comes early for Aeolus with improved laser performance

ESA's wind mission continues to shine as engineers have worked their Christmas magic. With a switch back to its original laser, Aeolus is now shining more than twice as brightly with its best ever performance—just in time ...

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