Repurposed molecule saves mice from gas poisoning.
Researchers assess tsunami risk in the South China Sea based on models of seismic slip along the Manila megathrust
New research suggests that continually monitoring gravity changes near active volcanoes could provide insights into volcanic activity
A painted wooden clam mask celebrates the home and history of the Heiltsuk First Nation
Data from multiple orbiters give a clearer picture of how density and temperature interact and what that could mean for future satellite missions.
Many bacteria swap DNA freely — sometimes with disastrous results for humans
A small favor turns into a fortuitous discovery - dinosaur bones included [subscription required]
Researchers uncover new insights into the life cycle of water in the Antarctic region by measuring noble gas concentrations
Using Puerto Rico's Luquillo Mountains as a case study, scientists use the region's geological history to study how knickpoints —areas where there's a sharp change in the river's slope — move over time.
Scientists investigate atmospheric conditions that correlate to heavy rainfall in the midlatitudes.
Scientists investigate marine tephra layers for clues to Japan's volcanic past.
Grouping targets that need to be hit into composite goals may help countries evaluate their progress toward sustainable development targets laid out by the United Nations.
Researchers investigate the properties of bubbles at deep-ocean oil seeps to improve oil spill models.
Researchers investigate the factors that cause river terraces to form.
New research evaluates the ability of coastal foliage to influence the ocean's pH
Researchers devise ways of remote sensors to integrate aerosol content above clouds into current methods of measurement
Climate change is expected to cause wet regions to get wetter and dry regions to get drier, but new research suggests that the truth is more complicated.
Research shows that a broken lithosphere underneath the island of Hawai'i could explain the island's patterns of seismic activity
Lots of researchers want to study Zika, but there's one problem: money
New research investigates how mixed-phase cloud partitioning and cloud cover compensate each other in GCMs
Thailand strives to provide equitable health coverage to migrants and refugees, regardless of their legal status. But what does this policy actually look like in practice?
Researchers investigate whether rain droplets alone can cause enough erosion to impact the shapes of hills
A novel, closed-loop design seems to be helping one Thai shrimp farmer fend off a deadly disease
Researchers take a retrospective look to see if precipitation and flooding due to El Nino could have been predicted a priori
Researchers investigate what factors influence how particles from a plume spread following a volcanic eruption
How a tiny crustacean reinvigorated Antarctic research.
Boosting bacteria's metabolism could help thwart antibiotic resistance
When n=1 matters in the field of clinical genetics
Contributed reporting to the Washington Post's coverage of the Bangkok bombing
Changes to a law regarding newborn screening could delay detection and treatment of rare diseases in babies
The amount of time a drug spends bound to its target impacts its efficacy
MIT professor Eric Alm thinks that sewers could be the missing link to tracking public health. So far, his research is promising.
Whales — which have not been spotted in NYC bay since before Columbus' time — are now repopulating the area
A look into a study hailed to be as important as the discovery of antibiotics
Life in Liberia before and after Ebola arrived, by the numbers