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Scientists create a new type of intelligent material
Could wider use of gene reserves protect rare species?
IOP Publishing hosts inaugural Environmental Research conference to unite efforts to tackle environmental threats
Environment Agency launches World Ocean Day resources for schools
Brood X cicadas emerge in a rapidly changing world
Researchers create AiFoam for robots to interact intelligently with their surroundings
Indigenous practices could assist endangered waterbird recovery
United Kingdom-Canada Inuit Nunangat and Arctic Region Research Programme will support Inuit self-determination
UC Santa Barbara expands its leadership on coastal issues with revival of Ocean & Coastal Policy Center within Marine Science
Modern humans not to blame for island extinctions, study finds
Ancient humans not to blame for mass island extinction
Humans weren’t always agents of destruction when arriving on uninhabited islands
Past Humans Not Cause of Island Extinctions
European Humanities Conference, 5-7 May in Lisbon, hosted by Portugal and UNESCO
EMBL and Tara Ocean Foundation sail forward with formalised cooperation
Plankton have a genome like no other
How diet controls RNA maturation
Methane release rapidly increases in wake of melting ice sheets
Time for a mass extinction metrics makeover
IU’s Janet McCabe confirmed as deputy administrator of EPA under Biden administration
Study first to explore combined impacts of fishing and ocean warming on fish populations
Mike Hill Fellowship launches next gen leader in Moreland
Sydney Writers’ Festival to be livestreamed in Merimbula on 1 May
IIASA researchers on Reuters Hot List of climate scientists
Navigating beneath Arctic ice
Philippines once home to extinct giant “cloud rats”
‘Like a metronome’: stalagmite growth found to be surprisingly constant
At UO Earth Day isn’t once a year, it’s a way of life
A Central African Shield Amalgamation Tale
Macca’s gets onboard with FOGO: Bega Valley
Database relaunch to help protect endangered maritime archaeology
Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems
Nobel laureate among presenters for UTA Science Week
Environmental protection could benefit from ‘micro’ as well as ‘macro’ thinking
Antarctic rainfall could increase through 2100
How do animals solve problems?
Negative emissions, positive economy
We sailed from Antarctica to equator to learn how bacteria affect ocean health
Survey: Majority of Hoosiers view university, policymaker collaboration as crucial for Indiana
Modeling past and future glacial floods in northern Greenland
Poop core records 4,300 years of bat diet and environment
Development policy decisions will affect coastal communities’ risk more than climate change
Highlands hunt for climate answers
HD maps driving Australia’s autonomous vehicle goals
USF archaeologists examine ancient response to climate change in Tampa Bay
We don’t know how most mammals will respond to climate change, warn scientists
Overfishing of Atlantic Cod Likely Did Not Cause Genetic Changes
Unique macro-vertebrate at risk from blood sport and climate change