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Scientists relieved to discover ‘curious’ creature with no anus is not earliest human ancestor
Researchers relieved to discover ‘curious’ creature with no anus is not earliest human ancestor
Minister Rodriguez announces recipients under fifth intake of Creative Export Canada Program
Fears royalty hike will spear Qld’s exploration industry
David Applegate Sworn In as Director of U.S. Geological Survey
Weird and wonderful world of fungi shaped by evolutionary bursts, study finds
Weird and wonderful world of fungi shaped by evolutionary bursts
Study finds evidence that giant meteorite impacts created continents
Research reveals evidence that giant meteorite impacts created continents
Impact of climate change on human pathogenic diseases subject of new study by UH researchers
Greenhouse gas emissions responsible for more than half of human pathogenic diseases
Volcanic super eruptions are millions of years in making
First global map of cargo ship pollution finds effects of fuel regulations
This microlab is helping Stanford researchers figure out where to store carbon dioxide
Wave of success as Oceanography leads University ranking rise
Mystery in Gulf: FSU researcher leads team to study conditions for plant survival in ocean desert
Autonomous drone system could save lives at sea
Machine Learning for Big Data on Weather
Water under Antarctica sounds warning of faster rising sea levels
Impact of climate change on abandoned prehistoric city
Climate change impacted on abandonment of prehistoric city
West Coast stewardship land public notification extended
Fertility of sea: FSU researchers study how nutrient sources make it to base of food web
UNSW tops world subject rankings for sixth year
Scientists discover world’s longest underwater avalanche after rescue of lost data
Earth’s crust has been ‘dripping’ beneath Andes Mountains for millions of years: Researchers
Geoscientists confirm millions-year-old dripping of Earth’s crust beneath Andes Mountains
University of Toronto partners with Canada Infrastructure Bank to boost climate positive efforts
Arctic shrub expansion limited by seed dispersal and wildfire
Geological activity can rapidly change deep microbial communities
Environmental stability on Earth allowed marine biodiversity to flourish
Study Provides Insights into Cenozoic Environmental Change and Ecosystem Evolution
Updating our understanding of Earth’s architecture
Potential activation of Maqin-Maqu seismic gap on Eastern Kunlun Fault under impact of 2021 Ms7.4 Maduo Earthquake, China
Researcher confirms hottest rock on record
Nominations open for 2023 honorific awards and funding
Measuring tempo of Utah’s red rock towers
Pōwhiri for national stewardship land panel
Flowering plants: an evolution revolution
Rapidly evolving species more likely to go extinct, study suggests
Rapidly evolving species more likely to go extinct
How marsh grass protects shorelines
Geological cold case may reveal critical minerals
Oldest human traces from southern Tibetan Plateau in a new light
TSU entered ARWU in Energy Science for first time
Anisotropic zoning in upper crust of Tianshan Tectonic Belt
Making waves in oceanography