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16,000 cormorants could be culled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A young student challenges the message that "sugar can be part of a healthy diet" and is told to stop asking questions.
This photo wasn’t taken recently, but with half of the continental U.S. under a sheet of show, it feels appropriate.
A Dallas-based company, Lettuce Evolve, has created a system that can be used as a modular container garden or for aquaponic growing.
The wait for a brighter pancake LED bulb is over!
Ed Begley, Jr., and Jerry James Stone want to help you bring some gourmet cuisine to your holiday gatherings, vegan style.
This is good, but more transparency will be needed if Amazon wants to be taken seriously on the clean energy front.
This is truly the moped to die for.
After the House of Representatives approved legislation pushing the Keystone XL forward, the Senate has rejected it.
Although it may be an idea whose time has past.
This year there is a special theme,: Equality and dignity
SugarScience.org distills the findings of 8,000 studies to present clear and comprehensive facts about why sugar is bad for us.
The robots have gathered new information that will help scientists determine how fast the ice is melting.
A muskrat swims with just its nose and back above the water.
iGEM team encourages 'materials activists' to build their own biodegradable drones with downloadable do-it-yourself plans.
Q&A with Stephen Leahy, author of the new book “Your Water Footprint.”
Operation Infra Terra aims to dismantle international wildlife and environmental crime networks.
And guess who it benefits most? The highest income earners who drive to work in urban centers
The 183 square foot prototype could be the start of something a whole lot bigger.
300 species of undercover spiders use interesting ant-ics to hide from predators and sneak up on prey