As climate change melts away frozen landscapes, scientists rush to discover all they can about the tiny organisms that thrive on ice.
First-of-its-kind study shows how human-generated sound could harm the ability of seagrass to store energy and detect gravity.
The accuracy of the next season's weather forecast dives every spring, because of the volatility of Pacific Ocean conditions.
Bacteria found around a Brazilian mine could improve copper harvesting.
There’s now a microscopic plastic cycle that works like any other environmental cycle -- moving from oceans to sky to land and back again.
The new approach can separate different metals in electronic waste using only air and high temperatures.
Steers that ate small amounts of seaweed produced far less of the greenhouse gas methane.
A better understanding of past rainfall swings may help scientists better predict future ones.
New research links cloud top appearance to the unusual phenomenon of lightning during a snowstorm.
Pollution estimates in India highlight the need for some countries to more closely monitor the problem in nonurban areas.