Hollowed-out microcrystals could lock away carbon
Construction and manufacturing careers would rise nationwide
Fiber-optic cables stretching below cities, through glaciers and along the seafloor could record earthquakes and more
Two divergent measurements of how fast the universe is expanding cannot both be right. Something must give—but what?
Remember, the virus doesn’t follow the news and doesn’t care about Twitter
The use of off-the-shelf components means bad actors can easily look for vulnerabilities
There’s a portal to the center of the earth in the wreckage of an abandoned project site in Murmansk, Russia. What’s it for? And why is the internet Googling “Kola Superdeep Borehole screams?”...
This year’s flu shot is working relatively well to prevent influenza, particularly among children
Estimates of methane coming from natural sources have been too high, shifting the burden to human activities
The river is due to lose up to 31 percent of its flow by midcentury—an alarming trend that could affect 40 million people