Australia news live: Bernard Collaery charges dropped; fo...
More Australians to be eligible for fourth dose of Covid vaccine as Omicron infections rise Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news pod...
More than 15m bees destroyed in NSW to contain deadly var...
Hives along state’s central and mid-north coasts and in north-west destroyed as bee lockdown continues Get our free news app , morning email briefing and dai...
Australia news live: Jacinda Ardern gives speech in Sydne...
More Australians to be eligible for fourth dose of Covid vaccine as Omicron infections rise Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news pod...
Massive water main break after collision with hydrant
Global News spoke to local businesses about the massive water main break and road washout on Millar and 60th yesterday, and found out how the clean up is pro...
Morning mail: Boris Johnson refuses to quit, Kyrgios make...
Thursday : Covid-19 led Australia to record 3,105 more deaths than expected in January and February. Plus: UK prime minister told to step down by his own min...
Gardening can cultivate better mental health
New research suggests that many people may indeed reap mental health benefits from working with plants -- even if they've never gardened before.
Fiber optic sensing detects tremor from Icelandic subglac...
Researchers used a fiber optic cable on the ice cap of an Icelandic subglacial volcano to detect low-frequency volcanic tremor, suggesting this technology co...
Researchers create VX neurotoxin detector
Researchers are advancing the field of molecular detection by developing proteins that can detect a deadly nerve agent called VX in real-time and without fal...
New study sheds light on why opioids can cause gastrointe...
Opioids are the gold standard for treatment of chronic and acute pain; however, their use may result in significant gastrointestinal side effects, including ...
Birdwatching brings millions of dollars to Alaska
New research found that nearly 300,000 birders traveled to the state and spent about $378 million in 2016. Birdwatching supported roughly 4,300 jobs in Alask...
New Brunswick to reform timber royalty system, raise stum...
The changes come after a year of pressure to raise royalty rates in the face of surging lumber prices across North America.
Canadian scientist says he’s found a huge ozone hole over...
Qing-Bin Lu, a professor at the University of Waterloo, says the ozone hole is seven times the size of the well-known Antarctic ozone hole that emerges durin...
Citizen scientists from 200 years ago and today help shed...
Citizen science observations across two centuries reveal a dramatic, climate-driven shift to earlier leaf out and flowering, which varies across settings, sp...
Using the power of the sun to roast green chile
Roasting green chile is an important cultural touchstone for New Mexico, but it leads to a seasonal emission of approximately 7,800 metric tons of carbon dio...
Moose on the loose rescued after wandering through uptown...
A small moose led police and conservation officers on a bit of chase Wednesday morning as it took a walk around Prospect and Smythe streets in uptown Frederi...
Monsoon rains cause at least 77 deaths in Pakistan in thr...
Homes, roads, bridges and power stations also badly hit with Balochistan province faring worst At least 77 people have died in rain-related incidents across ...
Drax agrees to extend life of coal-fired power units over...
Operator of Yorkshire plant reaches deal as part of government’s push to shore up UK’s energy supplies Drax has agreed to extend the life of its coal-fired e...
Scientists puzzled by toads squatting in dormouse nests h...
University of Cambridge researchers find amphibians dwelling as high as 3 metres above ground Scientists hunting for dormice have been surprised to find toad...
Connecting the spots: First comprehensive review of natio...
Conservationists have conducted the first comprehensive review of national laws across the range of the jaguar (Panthera onca) to show opportunities for stre...
Multi-layered strategies needed to protect public health ...
A group of public health experts from several universities and organizations is urging adoption of a multi-layered approach when developing policies to mitig...
Solar-powered chemistry uses carbon dioxide and water to ...
Solar-powered synthesis gas could recycle carbon dioxide into fuels and useful chemicals, an international team of researchers has shown.
'Supergene' wreaks havoc in a genome
Biologists have used population genomics to shed light on the evolution and consequences of a selfish genetic element known as Segregation Distorter (SD). Th...
Validating a new method for assessing the antimicrobial e...
Researchers have statistically validated a new method for assessing the antimicrobial efficacy of detergents and textile additives in domestic environments. ...
New method for studying functionality of microbiota
A research group has developed a new method for studying the functionality of microbiota through metaproteomics. The new method poses broad potential for the...
Climate warming could deepen environmental injustice in u...
Extreme heat events could become more intense and frequent both locally and globally, increasing the risk of harm to health and global economies, according t...
Photorhabdus luminescens -- a true all-rounder: Insect pa...
The bacterium Photorhabdus luminescens is already used as bioinsecticide to protect crops against a wide range of insect pests. Researchers have recently dem...
Stronger integration of international negotiations needed...
International solutions are needed to protect the ocean. Two sets of regulations currently under development offer an opportunity to expand protections, but ...
Volcano's eruption will help scientists plot weather, cli...
As it captivated people around the world, the January eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano gave scientists a once-in-a-lifetime chance to study ...
Case solved: The biosynthesis of strychnine elucidated
A research team has disclosed the complete biosynthetic pathway for the formation of strychnine in the plant species Strychnos nux-vomica (poison nut). The r...
New dataset shows shark attacks in Australia are increasi...
Analysts caution changes in the manner of reports need to be considered when examining the data Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news...
Study explores unusual interaction between viruses, live ...
A study of a herpes virus that infects chickens offers new insights into potentially problematic interactions between vaccines made from live viruses and the...
How to find marker genes in cell clusters
A new method facilitates identification of cell-type specific genes in single-cell data.
BP accused of dumping industrial waste on to marine prote...
UK regulator gave oil firm clearance to drop thousands of tonnes of pipes and cables after drilling finished BP has been accused of dumping industrial waste ...
BP accused of dumping industrial waste in marine-protecte...
UK regulator gave oil firm clearance to drop thousands of tonnes of pipes and cables after drilling finished BP has been accused of dumping industrial waste ...
Gecko feet are coated in an ultra-thin layer of lipids th...
Researchers view, for the first time, the protein and lipid molecules on the surface of the microscopic structures that give geckos their grip. The new image...
New imaging technique allows researchers to see gene expr...
Scientists have developed a new technique for imaging mRNA molecules in the brains of living mice. The research reveals new insights into how memories are fo...
‘Putin rubbing hands with glee’ after EU votes to class g...
Parliament backs plan to classify some projects as clean power investments The European parliament has backed plans to label gas and nuclear energy as “green...
City council greenlights climate strategy to get Calgary ...
Late Tuesday, Calgary city councillors voted 9-6 in favour of the updated climate plan, replacing its previous strategy in place since 2018.
Revealed: US water likely contains more ‘forever chemical...
Guardian analysis of water samples taken in nine US locations shows the the agency uses is likely missing significant levels of PFAS pollutants In May 2021, ...
Global dismay as supreme court ruling leaves Biden’s clim...
Biden’s election was billed as heralding a ‘climate presidency’ but congressional and judicial roadblocks mean he has little to show Joe Biden’s election tri...
More major warnings issued as focus turns to mid-north co...
This blog is now closed Anthony Albanese faces first test leading during a natural disaster in flood-ravaged north-west Sydney Pfizer vaccines that target Om...
Australia news live: major NSW flood warning for Singleto...
Anthony Albanese faces first test leading during a natural disaster in flood-ravaged north-west Sydney Pfizer vaccines that target Omicron variant pass first...
Cargo ship safely returned to port in Sydney after three ...
The Portland Bay had sparked fears of an environmental catastrophe after experiencing engine failure in rough weather Follow our Australia news live blog for...
Penticton, B.C. properties damaged following flash flood
The city declared a local state of emergency on Monday to allow emergency crews to access private properties.
Shapeshifting microrobots can brush and floss teeth
A robotic microswarm may one day automate the routine of rinsing, brushing, and flossing teeth. A multidisciplinary team developed the technology, which empl...
What is a pond? Study provides first data-driven definition
Nearly everyone can identify a pond, but what, exactly, distinguishes it from a lake or a wetland? A new study offers the first data-driven, functional defin...
New research challenges long-held beliefs about limb rege...
Researchers are challenging a centuries-old beliefs about how mammals might regenerate damaged parts of the body. In humans, the natural ability to regenerat...
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