A cancer-detecting device can be used to identify fish species in just 15 seconds
Their novel method diverts organic waste from landfills, provides useful materials for construction or packaging—and the end product still tastes good.
Economists in Wisconsin found that the money saved from decreasing deer-vehicle collisions is orders of magnitude higher than the cost of livestock reimbursements caused by wolves
There’s a glaring blind spot in climate-economy models. When they corrected it, researchers discovered a path to a green energy system that’s cheaper than the fossil fuel system it replaces
Researchers experiment with “morphing” food to enable more sustainable packaging. Behold, flat-packed 3D pasta.
It reduces plastic packaging waste, cuts storage space, shrinks the carbon footprint of transportation—and tastes great
Coupled with solar power, this new technology could provide lighting for skyscrapers and power for infrastructure monitoring systems, among other energy needs.
Researchers found that shade from solar panels increased floral abundance and delayed blooming—a win for pollinators
In a side-by-side comparison hydrogen fuels required up to 14x as much electricity as direct electrification
Hydrogen can help decarbonize things that are hard to electrify—but banking on their widespread use risks locking in the fossil fuel economy
A team of researchers meticulously designed a new personalized tool to compare what low-impact diets look like depending on country, season, sex, dietary supplements, and other details
It is metal-free, it degrades on demand for recycling—and does an end-run around the ethical and environmental problems that plague lithium-ion