On Maryland's Eastern Shore, researchers are testing how well methods to limit agricultural pollution to the Chesapeake Bay actually work.
Emily DeMarco, Staff Writer
Scientists argue non-toxic alternatives such as steel would keep many tons of lead out of the environment each year.
Scientists develop a new "green" method for cleaning up a decades-long environmental mess.
Marcus Woo, Contributor
Tiny bits of plastic pose threats to freshwater and marine ecosystems.
On the fifth anniversary of giant Gulf oil spill, a look at new remediation technology.
Could where you live impact how healthy you are?
Marsha Lewis, Contributing Producer
New research reveals how ocean litter moves around the world.
Patricia Waldron, Contributor
Tiny silver particles protect against microbes, but are they dangerous?
Cat Ferguson, Contributor
Reusable, magnetic nanoparticles can remove crude oil from water.
Jenna Bilbrey, Contributor
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