Invasive Species could invade the Great Lakes by 2063

The Great Lakes have been invaded by more non-native species than any other freshwater ecosystem.

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Researchers develop new system to improve safety at sea

New satellite imaging concept proposed by University of Leicester-led team could significantly reduce search areas.

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Nearly 25% of the world’s marine life in danger of extinction

Overfishing, pollution, climate change and destruction of habitats like coral reefs are all putting our.

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Iceland Rises as Its Glaciers Melt From Climate Change

The Earth’s crust under Iceland is rebounding as global warming melts the island’s great ice.

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Pinholes are Pitfalls for High Performance Solar Cells

The most popular next-generation solar cells under development may have a problem – the top.

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Urban areas experiencing intense heat waves globally

For the past four decades, global warming has increased dramatically in cities

New sensor spots minute quantities of atmospheric mercury

Researchers have developed a new sensor to detect minute levels of mercury in the atmosphere.

A new injectable device to track fish easily, quickly and safely

Fish no longer need to go under the knife to help researchers understand exactly how.

Genes decide colour diversity in coral reefs

Scientists from the University of Southampton have discovered the genetic basis which allows corals to.

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Whales can hear through their bones

Using computer simulation of a fin whale head, scientists have discovered that the skulls of.